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While waiting for a friend at Barnes and Noble, I decided to browse the science fiction aisles. Even though I was here a few days earlier, I found myself at the Star Trek “shelf”. Yes, I’m still a little disappointed there was only one shelf designated for all Star Trek books. After looking at the few books displayed, I rounded the corner to the next aisle. This section was full of fantasy and science fiction. My eyes looked at all the books lined up. I was a bit lost here because I normally don’t read science fiction/fantasy other than Star Trek and I don’t know of any authors in this genre.
How often to do you buy and read books based off a television show? Yesterday I made a visit to Barnes and Noble with my niece Amanda. We headed to the Science Fiction section because I like to look at the Star Trek books. Since the original Star Trek series lasted only three seasons, I like to read the books and imagine what it would have been like if the story written was an episode starring such now famous names as William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, and Deforest Kelley. After skimming through the one shelf of books available (yes, I was hugely disappointed there was only ONE shelf of Star Trek books), I began to browsed the other aisles around the area and came across a book from the TV series Once Upon A Time.