Star Trek: Titan – Absent Enemies available today!

Red alert! Star Trek: Titan – Absent Enemies is available for download today on all major digital platforms. An e-novella, you can find it at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and at iTunes, among other retailers. noted here earlier, the novella was a blast to write—and is a sequel, of sorts, to one of my favorite episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation. (You’ll figure out which one as the story goes along!) Will Riker is now a rear admiral, as a result of the events of last year’s “The Fall” storyline — and I wanted to confront him immediately with the sort of diplomatic mission that we often saw driving Captain Picard to distraction. (Insert your own Picard-facepalm joke.)

Riker knows well how these kinds of missions go — and makes every effort to not have his own attempt go the same way. But sinister forces are at work, drawing upon the legacy of the past — and Riker finds himself confronted with a much different kind of challenge. From the official description:

A thrilling e-novella based on Star Trek: The Next Generation, following the dramatic events as chronicled in the New York Times bestselling story arc The Fall! 

Newly promoted Admiral William Riker and the crew of the U.S.S. Titan
are ordered to race to Garadius IV—a planet Riker knows all too well
from an unsuccessful peace mission when he was still first officer of
the U.S.S. Enterprise. But this time, he finds a mysterious new
situation: one with the potential to imperil the entire Federation. One
of the warring parties has simply vanished… 

Okay! A note for readers new to my work: I maintain a production notes and trivia page for every work I’ve ever done here at the site — look to the navigation tabs at the top of the page to see some. I usually wait some time to post it for the work to get out there — and also to gather any questions, which may be asked by commenting to this post, below.

Enjoy — and while you’re waiting for my full-length Trek novel in 2015, be sure to take a look at Overdraft and some of my other science-fiction work. One to beam up!