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Dayton Ward: Pliable Truths. The best tie-in fiction is something that takes the reader on a journey they never knew they needed to go on and transforms the way they look at the source material forever when they are done.

In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Jonathan Koan welcome author Dayton Ward to talk about his new Star Trek: The Next Generation book, Pliable Truths. We discuss the genesis of the book, Picard’s struggle, similar themes and true evil, an inconvenient truth, the O’Briens, cameos, the Oceanside, capital Qs, the end, where to find and what’s next plus our final thoughts.

Feature: Dayton Ward Idea for the Book (00:03:11) Picard’s Struggle (00:08:01) Similar Themes and True Evil (00:10:50) Inconvenient Truth (00:20:07) The O’Briens (00:27:36) Cameos (00:34:22) The Oceanside (00:39:53) Capital Qs (00:45:30) The End (00:49:05) Where to Find and What’s Next (00:55:35) Final Thoughts (01:01:42)

Hosts Matthew Rushing and Jonathan Koan

Guest Dayton Ward

Production Matthew Rushing (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Greg Rozier (Associate Producer) Casey Pettitt (Associate Producer)

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Dayton Ward: Pliable Truths. The best tie-in fiction is something that takes the reader on a journey they never knew they needed to go on and transforms the way they look at the source material forever when they are done.

In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Jonathan Koan welcome author Dayton Ward to talk about his new Star Trek: The Next Generation book, Pliable Truths. We discuss the genesis of the book, Picard’s struggle, similar themes and true evil, an inconvenient truth, the O’Briens, cameos, the Oceanside, capital Qs, the end, where to find and what’s next plus our final thoughts.

Feature: Dayton Ward Idea for the Book (00:03:11) Picard’s Struggle (00:08:01) Similar Themes and True Evil (00:10:50) Inconvenient Truth (00:20:07) The O’Briens (00:27:36) Cameos (00:34:22) The Oceanside (00:39:53) Capital Qs (00:45:30) The End (00:49:05) Where to Find and What’s Next (00:55:35) Final Thoughts (01:01:42)

Hosts Matthew Rushing and Jonathan Koan

Guest Dayton Ward

Production Matthew Rushing (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Greg Rozier (Associate Producer) Casey Pettitt (Associate Producer)

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