The G & T Show episode thirteen is available for downloading. This week they discuss the TNG episode I, Borg; Jean Luc Picard, the Star Trek Destiny books (Gods of Night, Mere Mortals, and Lost Souls), and more. However, they start off the show with a song in honor of Teri’s birthday. Join us in wishing a very happy birthday to Terilynn! Then, they remember the events of 9/11 2001 before heading into other news. The football season (American) has begun.
Havraha, a community member has picked up his first Star Trek book. Nick purchased his own copy of James Swallow’s new book, Cast No Shadow, which he intends to begin reading once he finishes Christopher L. Bennett’s Department of Temporal Investigations: Watching the Clock. They remind everyone that the Book of the Month-ish Club is discussing Michael A. Martin’s Star Trek Online: The Needs of the Many. James Swallow joins the chat room.
During the discussion of the TNG episode: I, Borg, the conversation weaves around the Borg, Jean Luc Picard, the Star Trek Destiny triology, and more. Teri mentions some Star Trek Paths Not Taken by fan fiction author, TrekFan. Nick suggestions Andrew Robinson’s Star Trek Deep Space 9: A Stitch in Time.
They also want everyone to show their continued support for John de Lancie and Leonard Nimoy’s alienvoices.net. They answer a question about ebooks and recommend Amazon’s Kindle, which will soon be compatible with PDF, the format most fan fiction authors choose to publish their works.
Help Mary Czerwinski’s desire to Make Me Dehner in the next JJ Abrams film. Larry Nemecek’s Con of Wrath is in post production and needs your help to get the project finished. Rod Roddenberry’s Trek Nation will premiere on the Science Channel on November 30th — check your local listings for times. Get James Swallow’s new book, Cast No Shadow. Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore’s next installment to the Star Trek Vanguard series Star Trek Vanguard: What Judgements Come is due next month. David Mack’s final Vanguard Book is currently in editing.
The Trivia Contest for a chance to win an autographed copy of Star Trek Vanguard: Declassified has been post-poned due to some unforeseen circumstances, but they will be posted shortly. Also, don’t forget to drop by our new forums and discuss our episodes, share your stories, or just hang out. And, finally, Star Trek Reunion is back in production. It’s first episode has surpassed the 9000 view mark. Congratualtions to the crew working on this project.