Home > My Fiction, Star Trek > DTI: FORGOTTEN HISTORY makes PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Top 10 list!


Thanks to Marco Palmieri for tipping me off on this: Apparently Publishers Weekly magazine has just begun publishing a bestseller list, and look what’s in the debut edition (yellow highlighting added by me):

DTI:FH #10 on SF bestseller list

In case the small print is hard to read, it says that Star Trek: DTI: Forgotten History is #10 on the Top 10 Science Fiction list for the week of May 21-27 (sorry, I cut off the heading saying what week this was for).  But look at those numbers on the left: last week it was #4, and this is its 6th week on the list!  Apparently they’ve been tracking these results internally but this is the first time they’ve published the list.  So I’ve been a bestseller for weeks without knowing it!  Neat!

  1. John Edgeworth
    June 12, 2012 at 6:33 pm

    Chris, That is super Fantastic, and to think that this is all due to me… and a few thousand other fans out there. Okay, just trying to be funny, yes I said trying. But being a little serious congratulations on your books standing and this is just the beginning!

  2. June 12, 2012 at 10:45 pm

    Congrats. Well deserved.

  3. June 14, 2012 at 2:13 am

    I hope you’ll sell many more!
    I’m reading it now and (as for the first DTI book), i have only praises for your incredible work on making good scifi and good Trek…
    My favorite passage is when Nurse Chapelle was speaking of finishing her MD training and the reply of Spock and Mckoy was soooo funny that i couldn’t help but to laugh out loud (on a train full of people…)
    Of course the book is also much more interesting because of your science background and your incredible coherence/research with the Trek univers. But not only that, the story is really immersing.
    So once again, thank you for taking me with you into a wonderful trek to the star.

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