John's got better things to do than find out who owns this bowling ball on his kitchen table, like find a job and buy food. If he can find out who owns the bowling ball, maybe he can find some way to pay his way.
Northern winters are hard enough on their little sanctuary island, but they've prepared as best they can. Now they're running out of supplies, and the Boss can't get them any more because an arctic storm of epic proportions is bearing down on them. And then Lowell Hemming shows up...
All Stephanie wanted to do was get a permit to perform at the Lakeside Festival. But her request was turned down, leaving her and Stell with no way to pay the room and board for the month. And now the Cosmic Artifact is having hissy fits. What else can go wrong?
A collection of five stories featuring an escape from a gulag, a man lost in the desert, vandals in a dye shop, a conversation in a coffee shop, and a soldier traveling through an apocalyptic landscape.
The world may have come to an end, but Teacher's not about to let civilization go without a fight. Ayesha would be the perfect leader to rally the ragged remnants around! Now, if only Ayesha and the rival bosses would go along with her plan.
Amanda and Sidar have both come to Little Port to escape their respective demons. But finding the briefcase seems to have opened up a whole new box of troubles. A gentle romance between two people who support each other in a time of trouble.
Bill Compton would rather just run and hide somewhere no one can find him, but the general will find him no matter where he goes. The only thing to do is to take the general down, but that's harder than it looks...