In the far future Time Travel is a reality. A researcher uses it to go back in time to the Battle of Agincourt in 1415. William Chan finds much that he would expect—English archers raining arrows on the heads of heavily armed French knights, mood and blood. But there is an unexpected turn of events that have far-reaching consequences.
San was hoping to get into flight academy, but without money, there was no way that was going to happen. Instead, he would have to go to Earth Camp, a trip to the nearly dead Earth. Was this really all he had?
Marco has taken all of the skills he learned from Emrey and become one of the best fighters in the Confederate States, but he hates the life he's forced to live. Now he's reached New Orleans for a massive pit fight championship, but the fights that he'll face in the pit are nothing compared to the fights that await him in life.
After losing her beloved Leslie, Debra Mucklow has moved to the Independent City of St. Louis in the hopes of starting again, but her diplomatic duties for the Rocky Mountain States of America aren’t quite what she was looking for.
Then a simple guard duty mission offers her a chance to change her life…or maybe lose her life.
Walls are no longer mute witnesses thanks to Montgomery’s inventions. Murder victims regain their voices with Lea’s help. When Montgomery calls Lea and her colleague Kamika to help him analyze the scene of a quadruple homicide, he knows his technology can help solve the murders. He doesn’t realize that Lea can provide a ghost's point of view. These 3 short stories start the Bad Vibes Series.
Five stories of futuristic women, from an artist who makes a first contact in "Sky Hair," to the private who finds herself in hot water after aliens eat her officer in "Rejected by Aliens." In "New Robot Smell," a female soldier has to choose between the military and her life. In "Theater Ship," actors defend a planet from an alien invasion.
Those amongst the cauldron call him Ghost Slayer. Elijah claimed a bitter sweet victory, his body suffering from the degernative side effects of Black Xarconium. Despite his condition, the SBG moves foward with a plan to avert an all out Galactic war. The Terrace Centralists have seceeded from the Galactic Union and, leaving the Senate to broker a deal that forgoes military conflict.
Tension continues to build in the Galactic political climate until Logan accelerates his timeline, pushing Beta Xarconium into the limelight. Faced with an economically volatile turn of events, the Union Senate and the Ethereal Cauldron work behind the scenes to snuff out the Centralist movement before it grows out of control. Unbeknownst to the squids however, the good General has a plan.
While the well-laid plans of the Centralist movement go unnoticed, the cogs turn fervently toward secession from the GU. Elijah transitions from Full Blood to Ghost for hire, but he puts his training on hold when he receives a communication about missing shipments, not some clerical error, but ships vanishing from space entirely, as if something or someone had ripped them from the stars.