Star Trek Fiction


STACallBackYesterdayStar Trek Adventures: “Call Back Yesterday”

My RPG debut, written for the era of The Next Generation, but adaptable to other eras.

This standalone 21 page PDF adventure by Christopher L. Bennett for the Star Trek Adventures roleplaying game has your Starfleet crew relive past memories, on a strange, abandoned planet.

Can you escape your delusions and uncover what’s really going on?

Available exclusively in PDF download from:




Star Trek: Enterprise — Rise of the Federation: Patterns of Interference

The fifth ROTF novel, continuing from Live by the Code.


Available at:

Simon & Schuster


Barnes & Noble










Star Trek: Enterprise — Rise of the Federation

Choice of Futures coverBook 1: A Choice of Futures

Tower of Babel coverBook 2: Tower of Babel

ROTF Uncertain Logic coverBook 3: Uncertain Logic

Live by the Code cover Book 4: Live by the Code

Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations

DTItentativeWatching the Clock

DTI: Forgotten History coverForgotten History

DTI The Collectors coverThe Collectors

DTI Time Lock coverTime Lock

Star Trek: The Original Series

Star Trek Ex MachinaEx Machina

Star Trek Mere AnarchyMere Anarchy: The Darkness Drops Again

ConstellationscoverConstellations: “As Others See Us”

ST Face of Unknown coverThe Face of the Unknown

Star Trek: The Next Generation

Lost Era The Buried Age The Buried Age: A Tale of The Lost Era

TNG Greater Than the SumGreater Than the Sum

ST:TNG The Sky's the LimitThe Sky’s the Limit: “Friends With the Sparrows”

Typhon Pact: The Struggle WtihinTyphon Pact: The Struggle Within

Star Trek: Titan

Titan: Orion's HoundsOrion’s Hounds

Over a Torrent SeaOver a Torrent Sea

Mirror Universe Shards and ShadowsMirror Universe — Shards and Shadows: “Empathy”

Star Trek: Voyager

Myriad Universes Infinity's PrismMyriad Universes — Infinity’s Prism: Places of Exile

Voyager Distant ShoresDistant Shores: “Brief Candle”

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine/Corps of Engineers

Deep Space Nine Prophecy and ChangeDS9 — Prophecy and Change: “…Loved I Not Honor More”

CoE AftermathCorps of Engineers: Aftermath

  1. June 20, 2015 at 1:08 pm

    I just finished “Uncertain Logic” and wanted to tell you I very much enjoyed it. To me bringing back Trip was also a plus. He was one of my favored characters from the TV show. I have been a trek fan since the beginning (I am old) and have been disappointed with many of the books that have come out over the last twenty years. Keep up the good work. A Fan

  2. Arianna
    May 28, 2016 at 3:28 am

    Thanks for the amazing books of the Rise of the Federation serie! Each story line is extremely exciting. In particular, I really appreciate the evolution of Devna character. Thanks for your work (please don’t stop writing :P). Arianna

  3. Andra Leigh Apple
    October 18, 2016 at 10:44 pm

    I hope there will be another book for Rise of a Federation. I just discovered these books, and I need to know how Trip and T’Pol get back to Vulcan and set up life!

  1. December 28, 2016 at 7:32 pm
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