Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by Defcon, Sep 25, 2016.
I just found out that Una McCormack wrote a Firefly novel that comes out next week. I can't believe I missed this.
I can't believe you missed it either!
Oh, uh, guess I forgot about it.
FYI: I'm quoted in a new article on movie novelizations.
Neat article. Made me think of the True Lies novelization, which I assume was written before Arnold had been cast, because the only thing I remember about the book is that it described Harry's voice as "macho".
Hey all; I have a new Non-Trek tie-in on sale - Firewall, based on the Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell videogame series, published by Aconyte Books.
It's out now in digital and audiobook formats, with the US paperback releasing tomorrow (March 15th) and the UK paperback out on June 9th.
Read more about it right here: https://aconytebooks.com/shop/tom-clancys-splinter-cell-firewall-by-james-swallow/
Congrats James Swallow on the Marc Dane film deal!! An honor Well Deserved and a long time in coming!!! Excellent work Sir!!
Thank you! It's early days right now, but exciting times...
I was remembering that I liked Greg Cox's books about Infinite Crisis and 52 and wanted to add them to my Kindle wish list. Surprisingly, it seems like they are not available in that format, along with a couple other DC event books from that same time. Greg, do you think that we will ever see them in electronic format?
I am returning to the Resident Evil universe (having novelized the first three RE films from 2004-2007) with Infinite Darkness: The Beginning, the prequel to the Netflix animated series that debuted last year.
Cover reveal for issue #1 is on my blog.
Wish I had an answer for you, but I haven't talked professionally to anybody about those books in years. (The original editor is long retired at this point.)
Thanks for your interest, though.
While making that search, I saw a few books of yours I haven't read yet that look interesting:
Dark Knight Rises novelization
Godzilla (2014) novelization
X-Men and the Avengers: The Gamma Quest Omnibus
Batman: The Court of Owls
Is there one that you would recommend for fast-tracking, or are they all about equal in your mind?
I hate choosing favorites, but it may depend on whether you want a original novel or a novelization of a movie you may have already seen.
For what it's worth, COURT OF OWLS is fairly recent and was well-received. (It even won a Scribe Award.) Thanks again for your interest.
My next Non Star Trek tie-in is out now - Dragonfire, based on the Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell videogame series, published by Aconyte Books...
It's out in paperback, digital and audio formats. More details here.
I still don’t understand why that was a miniseries. It was the perfect length to be just a movie.
And there's a new one coming from her in July: Firefly: Coup de Grâce
Don't look at me, I just work here....
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