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Review – “To be regarded in his own age as a classic…”

Posted by Michael Warren on January 22, 2009

A Singular DestinySo, Destiny has reshaped the state of the Star Trek universe. And now, the ripples from that catastrophic trilogy are beginning to spread. A Singular Destiny is the first novel to explore this new horizon – and it sets the seeds for the next two years’ worth of stories.

Did it live up to expectations? Find out below…

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Off the grid…

Posted by Michael Warren on August 26, 2008

Hello, folks.

I am now offline for an unknown period of time. I am moving to another part of the country, and so will lack internet access until I can get it set up at my new place.

I was hoping to get a couple more posts in before I had to shut down, but circumstances did not permit it. So, once we come back, look out for a review of Kobayashi Maru, that reappraisal of Dr. Horrible Act 3, and a post about Star Trek Magazine, amongst others…

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Quiet as the grave…

Posted by Michael Warren on August 2, 2008

Sorry about the temporary loss of communication, folks.

My modem has malfunctioned, and is only working very intermittently. A replacement is on its way (although they were supposed to have sent it over a week ago) which will hopefully get me back on the writing bandwagon. Things that are in the pipeline:

  • Review of WALL-E (published)
  • Review of Star Trek: Myriad UniversesInfinity’s Prism (published)
  • Review of Greater than the Sum (published)
  • Speculation on Star Trek: Destiny (published)
  • Possibly a reappraisal of Dr. Horrible Act Three (the songs are growing on me, I just need to rewatch the act itself)

Some of these have been on the backburner for a little while, so it may take some time to get back the train of thought I had when I was originally writing them.

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