Diane Carey

Diane L. Carey-Brodeur (b. October 2, 1954 in Flint, Michigan, USA) is a US science fiction, romance, young adult and children's writer since 1982 under the pseudonym of Lydia Gregory, and under the pen name of Diane Carey, and D. L. Carey.

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Dragon's Honor - Voyager (1995-present)
... Taylor October 1996 2339-2372 Flashback † Diane Carey October 1996 February 10 ... Bless the Beasts Karen Haber December 11 ... The Garden ... and Kristine Kathryn Rusch May 2001 December 2375 Endgame † Diane Carey July 2001 December 2377 Gateways#5 No Man's Land Christie Golden October 2001 May 2376 ...
Dragon's Honor - Novelizations - Based Upon Television Episodes - Deep Space Nine
... Dillard), 1993 The Way of the Warrior (Diane Carey) The Search (Diane Carey) Trials and Tribble-ations (Diane Carey) Far Beyond the Stars (Steven Barnes) The Dominion War, Book Two of Four ... (Diane Carey) The Dominion War, Book Four of Four...Sacrifice of Angels (Diane Carey) What You Leave Behind (Diane Carey) ...
Dragon's Honor - Star Trek (The Original Series / Classic Trek) - Pocket Books Novels (1979-present)
... Vardeman October 1983 after "The Klingon Gambit", 13 ... The Wounded Sky Diane Duane December 1983 before Star Trek The Motion Picture, 14 ... The Trellisane Confrontation David Dvorkin February 1984 before Star ... movie script novelization 18 Rihannsu, Book One My Enemy, My Ally Diane Duane July 19 ... The Tears of the Singers Melinda Snodgrass September 1984 ... Trek I and Star Trek II, 29 ... Fortunes of War, Book One Dreadnought! Diane Carey May 30 ... Demons J.M ...
Star Trek: Challenger - Books - New Earth
... Star Trek New Earth Wagon Train to the Stars by Diane Carey ISBN 0-671-04296-3 Star Trek New Earth Belle Terre by Dean Wesley Smith with Diane Carey ISBN 0-671-04297-1 Star Trek New Earth Rough Trails by L.A ... ISBN 0-671-78577-X Star Trek New Earth Challenger by Diane Carey ISBN 0-671-04298-X ...

Famous quotes containing the words carey and/or diane:

    One thing I am determined on is that by the time I die my brain shall weigh as much as a man’s if study and learning can make it so.
    —M. Carey Thomas (1857–1935)

    Giving a camera to Diane Arbus is like putting a live grenade in the hands of a child.
    Norman Mailer (b. 1923)