A New Series!

Fresh from the pages of history, TFF has been given the opportunity to publish some stories that have been collecting dust for nearly 20 years, waiting for light to play over their fascinating pages!

Introducing the Chameleon Files, a collection of novellas surrounding a group of characters called upon to protect the Federation from it's fiercest foes, using technology they had sworn not to use!

Gary Pirtle, Dana Reynolds and the late Ben Steed worked on this series back in the 90's and, with a little tweaking, they have been brought to you through the wonder of the digital media.  I hope you enjoy the first two pieces, Project Chameleon and Crisis on Detente II, as much as I did.  You can find them here.

Star Trek Fan Fiction Film Rules Introduced

The question has to be asked: who owns Star Trek?  The fans, who have kept the dream alive for 50 years - 48 years longer than the network originally intended, or Paramount/CBS?  The former see the genre as a medium for telling great stories with dramatic and moral messages.  The latter - well, the term cash-cow seems inflammatory.  I've looked over the new rules for Star Trek Fan Fiction Films published on the official startrek.com site and they're seriously limiting.  (You can read them here).  It will practically kill off Star Trek Continues in its present form and Star Trek New Voyages (if the rumours if it's demise are not true).  We won't see another Star Trek Horizon (more's the pity) and Axanar is dead in the water.

RIP quality Star Trek film fiction.  Even Chris Pine, the new Captain Kirk, knows that intelligent Star Trek film is dead (read here).

Where does it leave those of us who want to see more than bigger explosions and another wreck of the Starship Enterprise?  I don't know.  I just want to know: when was it no longer important for man to boldly go where no man has gone before?

As an author, I can't help but wonder, when will they be coming after us?

Editorial by Sean O'Keefe

The Wait is Over!

Well, not quite.  For fans of the Millennium series, Sean O'Keefe has brought us a short story from the Fractured series: Nights in White Satin.

As Piper Silayna dreams, she recalls her past and the events that helps shape her.  You can find this appetizer here.

For those of you who are waiting for the final installment of the Fractured series, be assured Sean is working on it.

New Nova Trek!

Just when we'd thought that Madison had put his Nova Trek universe out for it's final voyage, he comes along with this blockbuster straight from another Mirror Universe!  As Janet Kirk proves herself worthy of Captaining the S.C. Enterprise she finds foes in unexpected places.  In a world where it's literally kill-or-be-killed Janet will have to  use all her wiles to keep her ship.... and her life!

You can find it here.

New Author and a New Novel!

TFF wants to give a warm welcome to WCS Marsh who has brought us his labour of love: Yesterday's Enterprise: One Little Ship.  It chronicles the story of the Enterprise-C in her final days before her fateful mission to Narendra III.  An excellent book and a must read!  You can find it here.

New Novel Series!

DW Cropper and Ron Cropper Jr have brought us the continuing story of a sadly overlooked character - Dr M'Benga.  Star Trek Continues has thoughtfully revived his character, and the Croppers have shown us what became of him after the Enterprise's five year mission.  Click here to read the first in a new series: Star Trek: The Quality of Mercy.  Their book, A Call for Mercy, is an excellent addition to the ever expanding universe of Star Trek.

Also, for the first time, this book is release in three formats: ePub, PDF and Mobi.  Mobi files are compatible with Kindle devices, giving you, our readers, more flexibility.  Watch for more of our novels being converted to this popular format.

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Star Trek: Millennium for

For those of you using Kindles you will be delighted to know What We Learn From History, Fractured 1 & 2 and Shoot the Messenger are now available in MOBI format.  Just download them and copy them onto your Kindle reader.  If you're like me and you've got a Kindle reader program on your Smartphone or device, click here for advice on how to upload it to your Amazon account.

No Good Deed...

Based on the adventures of Captain Rachel Garrett and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-C.

The Enterprise has voyaged to the world of Persephone where they find a dwindling population of people who remind them of humans.  Were they originally human?  Where did they come from?  How did they get here?  What is slowly killing them?

And why is Captain Rachel Garrett accused of breaking the Prime Directive over them?  In this peculiar situation she is faced with the question: Are there exceptions to the Prime Directive?

Click on the link above or you can find it under: USS ENTERPRISE-C.