There’s no question that among Science Fiction fandoms, the Star Trek contingent is a force unto themselves. They are frighteningly passionate, opinionated, and fractious. And yet there are a few things that they can agree on. Namely: that some of the movies are pretty bad. And among the bad, there is one that stands out. One which, as a followup to the previous masterful film, was disappointing enough to dash the hopes of everyone who went to watch. And that film is:
For anyone who may be wondering, no that’s not my quote. It belongs to Douglas Adams, a far wittier man than I.
And what does it have to do with anything?
Well, it’s my way of acknowledging that my original release date for The Trap (sometime mid-to-late February) was hopelessly optimistic. As it turned out the piece still needed a lot of work before it was something I was happy releasing. But, fortunately, that work has been completed.
Yep, Shadows of Time: The Trap is now available for sale in both printed and digital formats! The former was somewhat unexpected, as I honestly didn’t think the story would end up hitting the 50 page mark back in February. But if history should have taught me anything it’s that I’m really bad at predicting the length of any project I’m working on.
Anyway, The Trap is now available for sale on Amazon, which you can reach by clicking on the picture below. Currently only the e-book has been released, but the print version should show up in the next week or so. Enjoy, you three people who actually read this blog!
Wait, four now?
Wow, I’m moving up in the world!