A criminal gang has moved into Chirless, Dismolle's second major city. Elderly residents are fed up with the loud music, noisy cars and late night parties, not to mention hold-ups, muggings and the occasional gunfight.
Chirless has no Peace Force, so it's up to Harriet Walsh of the Dismolle City branch to help out ...
The robot revolution is here.
For too long robots have lived as slaves. Now they want change.
But humans don't want to give up their cheap labor force.
War is coming.
And everyone must choose a side: fight for robot freedom, or be complicit in their enslavement.
Aart is determined to do what's right, even if most of humanity stands against him.
Last Refuge is a fast-paced space adventure.
Hank's sends recorders to Lincoln's time to record the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. A problem arises. He now lives in the Confederate States of America, Lincoln was convicted as a war criminal, and slavery existed another 50 years. Personally distressing, in the new timeline his wife dies as a child. Their 3 children are never born. He travels to the past but is he up for the task?
When Riss wakes up on a spaceship 500 years in the future, she is naturally taken aback. Before long, she starts to make friends and even feel she's a part of the crew, putting the loneliness of her former life behind her. But how did she get there? Can she get back? And what will she do when the safety of the entire crew rests on her shoulders? Is she ready to shed the shadows of her past?
Veteran newspaper man, Peter Anderson’s career is slipping away. When he's sent to do a fluff piece about lights in the Arizona night sky, he discovers far more than he ever expected. His inestigation leaves him with more questions than answers. The only thing he knows for certain, the only thing he can count on are the two words offered repeatedly by Bob, his friend and guide . . . “IS BELT.”
A quirky collection of seven short short stories of about 1000 words. Strange with dusting of sci-fi, these quick reads offer a brief escape into imaginary worlds with absurdity, excitement, and possibly a laugh. Or two. Three's a stretch. Warning: If a woman named “Aunty Ida” approaches you and offers a solution to your problem, doctors recommend running. Quickly.
His days of piloting fighters over, Byron’s exploration ship is sent to investigate alien ruins on Tgren. To complicate matters, the Tgrens are showing signs of mental powers. Forced to train Athee and further develop her flying aptitude, Byron’s patience is strained. Add a reluctant friendship with a young scientist, and he feels invaded on every level. All Byron wanted was his privacy...
The end of utopia may lead to the beginning of truth.
When an ancient prophecy resurfaces, Altruvia is ripped from her home by rival races, the Wolves and Dragons. Her attempts to regain her freedom lead her into political intrigues older than memory. With her twin brother, she discovers that the greatest threat existence has ever known is still alive and seeking vengeance.
True stories about Predator drones scouting the Mexican border for illegals, and robots fooled by Groucho glasses. Maybe aliens? True stories about aliens coming to Earth to claim the remains of their Roswell companions; aliens coming to Earth to recruit space fighter pilots because their own arms are too short to reach the controls; and aliens coming to earth disguised as marbles. And much more.