BOOKS

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BIG STRONG FLYING MAN

Andy's newest book is a children's book written with his son, Jude!


Up way past his bedtime, a small boy with big dreams suddenly becomes a superhero and must face down the king of all monsters in this fun superhero-spectacle! Written by another boy with his own big dreams of being an author, Jude and his dad swap pages and illustrations (Jude illustrates his dad's words while his dad illustrates his) as they tell a funny and inspiring story about following your dreams and not judging a book (or monster) by its cover.

*Includes pages for kids to create their own stories with! -- Just like Jude!!

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A COLLECTION OF HAPPY MEMORIES FROM...2020

THIS BOOK IS FULL OF BLANK PAGES.
Sorry, don’t have any good memories—2020 was an awful year.
But the good news is: if 2020 ever happens again, you can use these pages as toilet paper!
Co-written with my dad, William Wolff!

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2020: THE NOVEL

(THIS IS A GAG BOOK)
2020: The Novel is the perfect book for anyone eager to relive 2020!
Holden Heart is an eager, if unorthodox, young private detective who will face his deadliest case yet when he's hired by the stunning but treacherous heiress, Diana Coquette to investigate her father's murder. Pursued by lethal gangsters, Tony Luxor and Gaspard Bowelman, Holden will have to fight his way through a relentless year if he's going to make it out of 2020 alive . . .
At least that's what this book would have been if 2020 had been a normal year. Instead you're getting:  
a GAG BOOK!  
Like so many of us during 2020, Holden's promise of a first person narrative (written as a journal) and an exciting mystery involving a heiress quickly devolves into a devastated protagonist who can't bring himself to write more than A BRIEF SENTENCE OR TWO ON EVERY OTHER PAGE as the horrifying headlines of the year begin to roll in. Instead of a thrilling, page turning adventure, Holden spends his year depressed and giving monosyllabic responses to 2020's dreary headlines while in bed doing puzzles, watching Tiger King, and finally berating the reader for eagerly picking up a book that revisits the dumpster fire that was 2020. 
Co-written with my dad, William Wolff!

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MAKING MORE FAKE STAR TREK

Imagine getting to live out the adventure of a lifetime, twice.

In this follow-up to the immensely popular Making Fake Star Trek, we continue the behind-the-scenes story of making a Star Trek fan film with a new episode, guest starring another Trek alum, the legendary George Takei.

This time John and Andy find themselves on separate adventures and in new turmoil as they film "World Enough and Time." Before John can put on the uniform and become young Sulu, a new director comes aboard and decides to shake things up. His first decision? Fire John!

Meanwhile, Andy, fresh off his star spotlight as young Chekov, now finds his character reduced to a forgettable cameo. To make the trek back to Port Henry worthwhile, he decides to write and direct an original vignette - a choice loaded with unintended consequences.

Get ready for more adventure, more fun, more drama, and more insanity. This is Making More Fake Star Trek.

Co-written with John Lim and featuring a foreword by George Takei.

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MAKING FAKE STAR TREK

Imagine sitting at the bridge of the Enterprise. Your gold tunic is crisp, the captain is seated behind you, and your fingers hover over the multi-colored buttons, ready to fly the ship. You look up into a gigantic camera and deliver lines written by DC Fontana. That's when you wonder: is this real Star Trek?

Follow two young actors as they fly off on a runaway adventure with the sci-fi franchise they grew up loving. In 2005, Andy Bray and John Lim portrayed Chekov and Sulu in Star Trek: New Voyages, a fan film continuation of the original Star Trek. This is the behind the scenes, crazy, true story of making "To Serve All My Days,” a fake Star Trek episode with Trekkies, professionals, Oscar-winners, an Elvis impersonator, and starring a real living legend: Walter Koenig.

Will “To Serve All My Days” break out of orbit or stay dry docked? Find out in this rip-roaring voyage that’s even more unbelievable than what’s on the script. This may be fake Star Trek, but their stories are real and out of this world.

Co-written with John Lim and featuring a foreword by Walter Koenig.