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Category Archives: interviews
Last Saturday, Trek Mate host Sina Alvarado managed to corral four of the five authors who contributed to the recently concluded novel miniseries Star Trek: The Fall, about which you may or may not have read every so often if you’ve … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago, after we turned in our manuscript for our first Star Trek: Seekers novel, I was interviewed again by the good folks over at TrekCore.com. This time, we talk about the writing of Peaceable Kingdoms and … Continue reading
Because I know you were thinking, “Hey, it’s been about a month or so since that Ward guy babbled to the point that I wanted to run an icepick through my ear drums.” This time, I “sit down” with host … Continue reading
You know, it’s been a while since I babbled incessantly on somebody else’s time and airwaves. Let me rectify that. A few days ago, Trek.fm‘s Christopher Jones and Matthew Rushing invited me back for the 47th installment of their “Literary Treks” podcast. It’s … Continue reading
With Peaceable Kingdoms hitting shelves and its “official” publication due on the morrow, StarTrek.com continues its regular preview of the latest Star Trek novels with a quick look at the new book. As is their habit, the editors at the … Continue reading
With Peaceable Kingdoms getting ready to be foisted upon an unsuspecting reading populace, I’m once again receiving requests for interviews, either the good old-fashioned print kind or else dropping in for the occasional podcast. This latest interview is from the … Continue reading
Over the course of the past year or so, I’ve been interviewed a few times by Sina Alvarado and Michael Clark over at Trek Mate for a couple of their podcasts. Two of the interviews dealt specifically with my writing (see … Continue reading
What? Another interview? Yep. Sorry. This time, I sit down once again with Sina Alvarado and Michael Clark of Trek Mate’s Ten Forward podcast, to talk about my recently released Star Trek novel, From History’s Shadow. I’ve been on their … Continue reading
It’s not bad enough that I’m a regular polluter of the Sunday G&T Show thanks to its regular “Ask Dayton” feature. For reasons surpassing understanding, Terry, Nick and Mike decided to have me over to their place for an extended sit-down. Whoops. … Continue reading