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Courtesy of a heads-up from my friend and fellow author Dayton Ward, I awoke today to the news that my most recent novel, Star Trek Vanguard: Storming Heaven, has cracked this month’s Locus Bestseller list for Media-Related fiction. Kudos to Dayton for snagging the top spot on that list with his recent original series Star Trek novel, That Which Divides!

Not a bad way to start the day. Not as good as a strong cup o’ java, but I was going to have one of those anyway.

Enough crowing. Back to work now on the manuscript for The Body Electric, the final book of this fall’s Cold Equations trilogy.

 

 

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Sorry I’ve been lax on the blog front lately; I’ve been trying to make my deadline on the Star Trek: The Next Generation — Cold Equations trilogy. Someday soon I hope to have cover art to share … but today is not that day.

I’ve come slouching out of the shadows this evening to share these excerpts from a new review of Star Trek Vanguard: Storming Heaven by John Keegan on Critical Myth-Interpretations

“[Storming Heaven] unspools at a blistering pace … This was dark, gritty Trek at its best.”

“The pace is relentless. … The result is a book that you don’t want to put down, because there’s no telling what might come next. Even the climax of the series, in the final third of the book, seems to escalate at frightening speed.”

“For those who may have been sitting on the fence, waiting to see if it would have a good enough ending to justify giving the series a shot, rest assured: this is one Star Trek saga that does not disappoint.”

John also shared his review over on GoodReads, where he gave Storming Heaven 5/5 stars. Thanks, John!

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Hiya, Trek fans! Just a quick update. My friends at TrekRadio.net have informed me that as of today, last Monday’s special Internet radio presentation, The Music of Star Trek Vanguard, is now available for streaming playback via a special On Demand page at their website.

If you missed the original netcast, I strongly encourage you to give this show a listen when you have time. (Caveat: It’s three hours long. Fortunately, it can be paused and resumed with ease.)

In other Trek-related news, I had a great weekend in Kansas City with fellow scribes Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore (as well as Scott Pearson, Robert Greenberger, David R. George III, and William Leisner), and brilliant schemes are in the works. Now we just need to persuade our publisher to go along with our crazy plans. More on this as it develops…

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