I will admit that I probably went a bit overboard on trying to make everything fit here, and as all my Treklit projects do, it took alot longer to finish than I had originally anticipated. But I'm proud of this addition to the Star Trek Lit-verse Reading Guide. A complete examination of the Klingon Calendar! https://startreklitverse.yolasite.com/klingon-calendar.php I'll mostly let it speak for itself, but I will say that I started with the information Christopher provided in the Watching the Clock annotations and went from there, examining every instance of Klingon dating on screen, in books, comics, etc. I also did a bit of digging and found the origin of the Klingon month names that have been used in Trek Lit over the last decade or so. There's also an easy ten step formula for converting from Earth dates to Klingon dates or vice versa. If anyone here with the knowledge wants to work with me on using this formula to create a calculator that will automatically do these ten steps and just give the output, that would be amazing. I'm envisioning something exactly like the stardate calculators found a few places online, where you can put in a date and it will automatically convert it to a stardate, or the other way around. And lastly and probably the most nit-picky, I figured out how to take all the random information given over the years in episodes, books, and comics about when the Day of Honor takes place, and organize it into a coherent (though somewhat complex) system for when the Day of Honor is celebrated. That page has a lot of explanation, extrapolation, and sample calendars. I hope some folks will find this interesting. Some people here I've shown it to already were blown away, especially with it's implications for dating stories that mention Klingon dates (for all of you chronology-minded folks out there.) And I hope this can be of use to future authors, to keep Klingon dating as consistent as possible in future books and comics. Qap'la!