These are not Star Trek Online tie-ins. :bolian:
They all clocked in at around 2,500 words or so.
Don't be so linear. :cool:
I meant Bantam, but Ballantine must've been stuck in my head for some reason. Probably because of the Franz Joseph/TrekTech publications.
Geoffrey Mandel did the original Star Trek Maps for Ballantine Books way back when, then used them as a point of deparature when he did Star Trek...
Also, it's worth noting DeForest Kelley was 46 when he began work on the show.
Left. Right. Forward. Backward.
Don't be so linear.
Send me $500 a week in small, non-sequential, and otherwise unmarked bills, and we're good.
Oh, and a pint of salted caramel ice cream. I prefer...
I claim no special sleuthing powers but I knew if I was patient, you'd eventually provide enough information to track this down, which...
We wrestled with what to call the second Vanguard book. I think Marco finally suggested To Summon the Thunder and I countered with chopping off...
And yet, you're still on my lawn.
That time Kirk gave Carl the conn while he beamed down to negotiate a mining treaty.
Carl. What a dick.
I don't recall the specifics. Just that they took exception to words "as 'Damn it' on page 159" and that I should refrain from that sort of thing...
I was taken to task by someone offended that a character in Available Light said "Damn it," even going so far as to tell me they now felt...
Unlikely, given the book was published before Star Trek III hit theaters.
There are Battlecruiser Vengeance and other subtle TFR references in the Klingon Travel Guide. :cool:
Separate names with a comma.