The To Lose the Earth cover reveal got me thinking about the original Full Circle fleet, and how fascinating I'd found the concept of following a small group of ships on an open-ended expedition. I would love to read a series of novels that focused on that - Starfleet exploration, emphasizing science-based plots (even if the science is pretty imaginary) over war-based ones, etc. - and multiple ships means multiple crews, which could make for plenty of interesting character-based material too. But the series best equipped to do that - Christopher L. Bennett's early Federation novels, Beyer's Voyager relaunch - are wrapping up, and Titan never ended up doing much with the other Luna-class ships. It would seem like the perfect opportunity for a new novel-only line...and then I realized that Pocket/Gallery hasn't opened a new line of TrekLit in quite some time (and that's counting Seekers). Will we see the introduction of a new "novel-only" line, a la New Frontier, Titan, Vanguard, Stargazer, S.C.E., etc., within, say, the next few years? Are novel-only lines a thing of the past for Star Trek, even in the event that the publishing industry experiences a decent recovery in the near-term future? To those of you currently writing TrekLit: are any of you interested in spurring the creation of such lines, or do you tend to push those ideas towards your non-tie-in fiction?