Submitted by Name: Tracey From: sunny, beautiful northern cal.
Comments: Hey, good job on the site. Love the porch, guys. Very nice. The kids photos are great. So, is it mandatory to love RUSH and Star Trek at the same time? I've noticed that in many people. (Geek).
I mean that in the best way. Will says 'hello'. Take care, will catch you later. Love, Tracey
(Will be getting dsl from SBC in about two weeks. AT&T screwed us over. Long story, they hate mac users. Hi, Jen!)
Added: June 13, 2004
Submitted by Name: Dave
Comments: Great Site. By the way, where is your updated cash forecast and borrowing base?
Added: June 10, 2004
Submitted by Name: Sandy Weston From: California E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi, Wonderfull site! Since you have such a huge collection of Star Trek I was wondering if you had any of the Hardcover books done by "Gregg Press Boston". These books were never done in hardcover by Pocketbooks or Bantum etc.
I had asked Marko (one of the editors on the Star Trek booksboard where you posted this link) once, and he told me that it was an experiment done in the 1980's to make these hardcovers of the paperbacks. They are "1st editions" and there were about 10 or 12 of them (according to the Titles inside the Facepage), which are:
The Entropy Effect by Vonda N. McIntyre The Klingon Gambit by Robert E. Vardeman Web of the Romulans by M.S. Murdock Yesterday's Son by A.C. Crispin The Wrath of Khan by Vonda N. McIntyre Mutiny on the Enterprise by Robert E. Vardeman Corona by Greg Bear The Final Reflection by John M. Ford Uhura**ong by Janet Kagan Covenant of the Crown by Howard Weinstein
I have three of them; "The Covenant of the Crown"..."Corona"...and "The Final Reflection."
I got them from a used bookstore in Elizabeth Town, NY, however, I have not been able to find any others.
With your collection I was wondering if you had any, or might be able to find out where they have dissappeared to.
PS: These are NOT book club!! The original price was $11.95. Of course they cost more when I ordered them, and they do have ISBN numbers.
Added: June 5, 2004
Submitted by Name: Trekmaster47
Comments: Great site. Good to see both a fellow Trek fan and a Rush fan. My brother was inspired to become a drummer because of Neil Peart, and I became a bass guitarist because of Geddy Lee. Looking forward to seeing more of your Trek novels database and your Rush fan site. I'll look for your Signals around Rivendell and the Subdivisions.
Added: June 4, 2004
Submitted by Name: Emy From: Virginia Beach, VA E-mail: Contact
Comments: What a great website! Thanks for sharing it with me. Your kids are beautiful. May God continue to bless your family and home! Love Ya!
Added: June 3, 2004
Submitted by Name: Mom
Comments: John and Jen,
This is great! You did a wonderful job. It'll be a great way to get pictures and also know what Star Trek stuff John has!
Comments: Happy to have another source for pictures of my grandchildren. Nice work.
Added: June 2, 2004
Submitted by Name: Daniel Berry From: UK E-mail: Contact
Comments: Good to see this place finally on line. Congratulations.
And any time you can get the BookTrek link online would be good.
Added: June 1, 2004
Submitted by Name: John (Jag2112)
Excellent point. However since Pocket Books lists these as separate series (how a 2-book collection can be considered a series is beyond me) I wanted to also reflect them as separate series on this site...
But I think I'll work on cross-linking them all - so that when you're viewing TOS books, you'll see other series that also contain TOS-related books.
My work is never done.
Thanks for the comments,
Added: June 1, 2004
Submitted by Name: Brendan Moody
Comments: The Star Trek books section looks very nice. The only thing I'd question is the placement of "Mission:Gamma," "The Janus Gate," and "Errand of Vengeance" as separate series when they are all part of larger ones, DS9, TOS, and TOS again, respectively. In any case, a great source of information, and duly bookmarked.