In which, to the amazement of everyone, the plot is advanced!
Jean-Luc Picard is back on his bullshit.
New year, new Trek! And I’m back on the blogging train!
(My novel was completed ahead of my self-imposed deadline, thank you very much for asking, and now I’m up to my elbows in revisions.)
Star Trek tie-in novels have a gender problem.
Decade by decade, series by series, there has been a steady decline in the number of women writing Trek tie-ins. The percentage has dropped from a remarkable 60% in the 1980s to just 12% in the 2010s.
As the television series advances — and the Discovery writers room has the highest percentage of women of any Trek series1 — the tie-in novels are going backwards.
Voyager goes full MRA.
Imagine your OTP…
Maybe Neelix and Tuvok aren’t such a great team after all.
Space millennial is menaced by an evil clown and Cirque du Soleil; still not his worst day at work ever.
Tuvok adopts three adorable goth children.
Weird is part of the job.