When Chan Xiyi Aya's dream of life beyond the galactic frontier lands her in hot water with the Foundation who employs her, she gets her shot at the job she's aching for: chronicling the history of a planet she'd kill to protect, three hundred light years beyond the rim of human space.
Only the dead can go.
The bad guys want the Hardison twins, and to keep them safe from a fate more bogus than taxes Suave Rob must go to the kinds of length that make even the world's most awesome adrenaline junkie cringe.
But prevail he must, because when bastardly forces threaten, only Suave Rob can save the day!
The author of Ideas, Inc. and The Clarke Lantham Mysteries brings you hilarious gonzo adventure in the 24rd centuryMore info →
Step into Rick’s parlor. Don’t mind the bell on the door or the old fashioned cash register. Buy a manufactured novel, fresh from the computer—a first edition. Sit in the easy chair or lay out on the sofa. Strap on a helmet and a skinsuit and take a swim on Europa. He can be trusted. Really. It says so on the door. In ten foot high letters, right above the shop front, he tells you exactly what they do:
“We Create Worlds.”
And they do it on the cheap.More info →
Books. Power. Electricity. The wizard has everything forbidden the common people—and nobody even knows his name. For two girls barely in their teens, the mystery—and the temptations—prove irresistible. On a cold winter's night, they enter the wizard's garden to discover a treasure more precious than any they imagined—and a secret that tests their friendship beyond any civilized limits...More info →
A man stands in a train station, with a frock coat, waiting for someone. Someone whose arrival means more to him than his own life. Someone who takes his breath away, because they breath the same air. Who stole stole his heart, because they shared the same blood. Whose music moves in his body like a missing piece of his own soul. But with the train lost in the high mountains, will it arrive in time? Or will he spend his last days on Earth waiting in vain for Train Time?More info →