Diane Duane

Diane Duane (born May 18, 1952) is an American science fiction and fantasy author. Her works include the Young Wizards young adult fantasy series and the Rihannsu Star Trek novels.

Read more about Diane Duane:  Biography, Screen Works: Film and Television, Awards

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Dragon's Honor - Star Trek (The Original Series / Classic Trek) - Pocket Books Novels (1979-present)
... 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 ... movie script novelization 18 Rihannsu, Book One My Enemy, My Ally Diane Duane July 19 ... The Tears of the Singers Melinda Snodgrass September 1984 between "Tomorrow Is Yesterday" and "Space Seed", 2270 20 ... Star Trek I and Star Trek II, 29 ... Fortunes of War, Book One Dreadnought! Diane Carey May 30 ... Demons J.M ...
Dinosaucers - Episode Guide & Writing Credits
... Airdate Credits 1 "Dinosaur Valley" September 14, 1987 (1987-09-14) Diane Duane 2 "Take Us Out to the Ballgame" September 15, 1987 (1987-09-15) Michael E ... Uslan 3 "Happy Egg Day to You" September 16, 1987 (1987-09-16) Diane Duane 4 "Hooray for Hollywood" September 17, 1987 (1987-09-17) Felicia Maliani 5 "Divide and Conquer" September 18, 1987 (1987-09-18 ... September 28, 1987 (1987-09-28) Ron Harris Diane Duane 12 "The First Snow" September 29, 1987 (1987-09-29) Michael E ...
Geoff Taylor - Bibliography
2000) Cliff McNish The Door Into Fire (1991) Diane Duane The Door Into Shadow (1991) Diane Duane The Door into Sunset (1992) Diane Duane The Dragon Masters (1985) Jack Vance The Edge of the ...
Star*Drive - Novels
... written novels set in this universe, including Diane Duane ... Starrise at Corrivale (Harbinger Trilogy Book One), by Diane Duane 3 ... Storm at Eldala (Harbinger Trilogy Book Two), by Diane Duane 8 ...

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