Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by JD, Apr 4, 2017.
Thank you for this added "TNG - Armageddon's Arrow" to my post-Nemesis reading list.
Any update on December's releases?
I'm aware the US gets wind of them before us, elsewhere in the world, so any titles yet?
The items added to the sale page earlier this week look to be the December sales; the sale page was just updated in a peculiar way. I wouldn’t expect anything else at this point.
Just bought eight more. I figure I now have 155 enovels or enovellas, plus at least three short story collections and two of the “Autobiography” books.
I just checked my Content. I have 422 e-books from Star Trek - all bought with the monthly deals over the past 8 years.
My current count for Star Trek books on Kindle is 453. Total Kindle count altogether is 839, so over half is Trek stuff. Kinda wild.
Oh, good to know, I had assumed they were just some extra sales added on for Black Friday/Cyber Monday.
Having gotten A Contest of Principles on sale this month I have a question for @Greg Cox. Is security officer Nguyen supposed to be Lisa Nguyen from several 80s novels? Or just a coincidence?
Nguyen is by far the most common Vietnamese surname, so it's probably a coincidence.
January’s Trek ebooks came up for sale on Amazon tonight at 12:22 am:
All are at .99 cents:
-The Three-Minute Universe (Star Trek: The Original Series Book 41)
-Star Trek: The Next Generation: Day of Honor #1: Ancient Blood
-Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Day of Honor #2: Armageddon Sky
-Star Trek: Voyager: Day of Honor #3: Her Klingon Soul: Star Trek Voyager: Day of Honor #3
-Star Trek: The Original Series: Day of Honor #4: Treaty's Law
-The Left Hand of Destiny Book 1 (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
-The Left Hand of Destiny Book Two (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 2)
-Death in Winter: The Next Generation: Death in Winter (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
-From Sawdust to Stardust: The Biography of DeForest Kelley, Star Trek's Dr. McCoy
-A Stitch in Time (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Book 27)
-Emissary (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Book 1)
I will update this posting as I find more.
UPDATED’ the OFFICIAL TREK SALES PAGE IS UP:
All PRICES AND DEALS are good until January 31st 2023.
Happy Holidays and Happy New Year’s Day 2023 and best wishes to all in the forums!!! All the best to all of you my friends.
Looks like I own them all from this sale. Lots of repeats the past few months, good for those that dont have these yet and for those that do to catch up on our reading queue.
Interestingly, the ones on sale in the UK seem to be completely different.
So far I’ve seen the following on Amazon
DS9 - The Siege by Peter David
VOY - The Farther Shore by Christie Golden
TNG - Greater Than the Sum by Christopher L. Bennett
TOS - Excelsior - Forged in Fire by Michael A. Martin & Andy Mangels
Star Trek V - The Final Frontier by J.M. Dillard
Just to add to @youngtrek @dstyer and @Leathco not to brag or anything
My current count of Star Trek ebooks on Kindle stands at 431.
Like all of you I have been following the Trek ebook sales since they began in March of 2016. I feel like I missed some though. Here’s to hoping MORE FUTURE Trek ebook sales, and new releases too.
I believe the current count for total Trek ebooks stand at between 750 and 800 maybe? I might be off, but who knows?
On the flipside of things, I’m also a Star Wars ebook fan and reader same as Trek and my Star Wars count is at 140.
Star Wars sales on older ebooks are few and far between.
All the best,
@Koric sweet collection! And you may not have missed anything, as I started reading Trek on Kindle in the late 2000s, I wanna say around 2007 or 2008, VERY early in the Kindles life. There's a good chance some of the books I have never have been on sale yet.
This is where I stand now, after buying all but one (Emissary, which I’d just bought in the September 2022 deals) of this month’s batch. Again, I started a lot later buying from the monthly ebook sales than most of you:
I figure I now have 164 enovels or enovellas, plus at least three short story collections, two of the “Autobiography” books, and now my first Star Trek actor biography.
— David Young
My count is 267 Star Trek ebooks. Some of those are not ones I want to read again, but I also have others on my wishlist or that I read and have not bought (library). I'd estimate that there are around 300 Star Trek books that I like, which is far and away the highest from any series or franchise.
Not Star Trek, but related due to author:
Diane Duane’s Spider-Man: The Venom Factor trilogy omnibus is $1.99 today.
I'm really glad that most of these are repeats this month, because it seems the Canadian Kobo store has entirely missed putting this month's sales into effect on their site. I'm assuming the December holidays messed something up on their end? But the only one I don't already have is the DeForest Kelley biography, so I guess it could have been worse.
I recall that Kobo Canada "missed" a month once before, too... a search of the thread shows that was June 2020.
Since the sales are in effect at Amazon Canada, I can get the one book there, then just read it on the Kindle app for PC.
And also due to its editor, whom modesty prevents me from naming.
I kid, I'm not at all modest. It's me. I edited that entire line of Marvel novels that were published between 1994 and 2000.
I was about to say, "Who are you, and what have you done with Keith?!?"
Separate names with a comma.