This is an essay on charity. How much to give, and to whom. If you simply don't care about the misery you see and read about, it is not for you.
How does a person become rich, so to have something to give? Who should get your excess money? How do you find them? What are your rules?
A mysterious coin changes a panhandler's life. An alcoholic ghost squares off against technology. A crusading widow kidnaps an exceedingly strange girl. An aging cattle rancher stakes out a bridge to nowhere. An alien love moves planets--and destroys worlds. Identities, homes, and lives are threatened in these and three other unsettling tales of fantasy and science fiction.
The good folks at World Weary Avengers Incorporated had a simple idea - changing the world for the better by talking loudly in public. Seemed simple enough, but even with the help of the most sophisticated hand held device ever invented, some jobs are better not left to amateurs. You never know what kind of hell could break loose. (Book One of the "All Geeked Up" trilogy)