Saturday, 31 May 2014
Due to the catastrophic non-blogging strop that occurred between November 2013 and April this year (not counting the New Year blip - which, come to think about it, was actually about not blogging), I thought I'd better update my "books read" list. As before, this post is a reminder for myselves - you don't have to take much notice of it.
(the end of) 2013
30. Saga (volume two), by Brian K Vaughan & Fiona Staples
31. The Crimson Shadow (Star Trek: The Fall), by Una McCormack
32. Star Trek: Alien Spotlight Volume 1, by Scott & David Tipton, James Patrick, Andrew Steven Harris, Paul D. Storrie, and John Byrne
33. Star Trek: Alien Spotlight Volume 2, by Arne & Andy Schmidt, Keith R. A. DeCandido, Scott & David Tipton, Ian Edgington, and Stuart Moore
34. Star Trek: Captain's Log, by Stuart Moore, Scott & David Tipton, Marc Gussenheim, and Keith R. A. DeCandido
35. Stellar Cartography: The Starfleet Reference Library, by Larry Nemecek
36. The Poisoned Chalice (Star Trek: The Fall), by James Swallow
1. The Woman Who Died A Lot, by Jasper Fforde
2. Protectors (Star Trek: Voyager), by Kirsten Beyer
3. Absent Enemies (Star Trek: Titan), by John Jackson Miller
4. Peaceable Kingdoms (Star Trek: The Fall), by Dayton Ward
5. The Long Earth, by Terry Pratchett & Stephen Baxter
6. Not the Royal Wedding, edited by Sean Hardie & John Lloyd
7. Rise of the Federation: Tower of Babel (Star Trek: Enterprise), by Christopher L. Bennett
8. Saga (volume three), by Brian K Vaughan & Fiona Staples
9. The Man Who Folded Himself, by David Gerrold
10. After The Golden Age, by Carrie Vaughn
And still to come:
~ The Bumper Book of Dinosaurs, by Keiron Pim
This is a lovely book that I bought for myself for Christmas. I also bought copies for Babyzilla and The Father, signed by the author of course. After all, You're not the only one who knows people who write books, Tim!
~ Federation: The First 150 Years, by David A. Goodman
A birthday present from that certain media-whore blogger that I've yet to finish. The book that is, not the blogger (although not for the want of trying, mores the pity).
~ Rising Son (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), by S. D. Perry
A book I borrowed off a friend years ago and have now, eventually, purchased a copy for myself. After all, I love me some DS9!