The Egg of Orlin

      Bonnie Mutchler
The Egg of Orlin

A collection of easy to read poetry; tales of warriors and maids, love lost and won, and the ever grim death that greets us all.NIMBUS is steampunk for people who don't know they like steampunk, as well as being steampunk for people who already love steampunk! This is PART ONE of a complete, four-part serial novel.--Seedy corporations and airship factions, demons and rogues, zealots and thieves…an epic tale of power, greed, and corruption.Jude Finley is a new recruit aboard the Gangly Dirigible, an airship that extracts water from rainclouds. While working aboard the ship, Jude and his friends uncover a secret which may or may not help them against a growing uprising that could spell doom for everyone on the planet. Meanwhile, Demetrius Rucca, the wheelchair-bound son of a prominent religious leader, begins recruiting followers for his own subversive cause. As allegiances are sworn to him and his followers grow, he begins to discover the new powers that lie within him. This power could be the salvation Demetrius is looking for–or it could be the destruction of the known world.--About the Authors:AUSTIN KING is married, but thanks you for your interest.B.J. KEETON is a writer, teacher, and runner. When he isn't trying to think of a way to trick Fox into putting Firefly back on the air, he is either writing science fiction, watching an obscene amount of genre television, or looking for new ways to integrate fitness into his geektastic lifestyle.
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    Young Lions and Southern Pirates

      Bonnie Mutchler
Young Lions and Southern Pirates

Young Lions and Southern Pirates is a collection of story poems about life, death, love, war and all aspects of mortal drama.Young Lions and Southern Pirates is a collection of story poems about life, death, love, war and all aspects of mortal drama. Hopefully one or more may touch the heart of the reader or cause them to look at things in a different way. They are easy to read without the flowery language often used that's difficult to understand.
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    Inside the Worm

      Bonnie Mutchler
Inside the Worm

This is a collection of easy to read story poems that weave tales of fantasy, war and humor.The Heilmann Drive allowed humanity to spread across the stars and prosper for nearly two thousand years. But when the use of the device begins to eat into the fabric of the universe, the People's Interstellar Republic bans all faster-than-light travel. A new age begins, one of isolation and stagnation. This era becomes known as the Fall.One rebel, Captain Seth Garland, steals the last starship in existence. He is now mankind's only hope of re-uniting the stars.The Fallen Goddess: When Captain Garland's crew questions their safety aboard their ship, he goes in search of of an engineer who can repair the Heilmann Drive. His quest leads him to a discovery that will redefine the future of his rebellion and change the destiny of mankind.
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    From the Pit

      Bonnie Mutchler
From the Pit

A collection of easy to read poetry about life, love, betrayal and suffering. Includes several social/political poems.All she wanted was a cup of coffee. What she ended up with was getting knocked out and interogated by the military. They knew she owned an imports store. They also knew she was a member of the powerful Calabrese family, one of the families that made up the Guild. Elena was once a pilot, capable of taking a sailing vessel from the oceans of earth and into ancient channels that reach across space and into other worlds. After being gone for five years she is suddenly thrust back into the world of Guild politics she had left behind, walking a thin line between mafia like laws and the militaries desire to control Guild technology.
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    From the Mist

      Bonnie Mutchler
From the Mist

A collection of easy to read poems of love, death, horror and fantasy.Due to a human study gone awry, Zachary Dunbar has just resigned from his position as a research psychologist at Harvard University. Before resigning he developed an influential theory, Trait Theory. While critics claim that Trait Theory is nothing more than modern day eugenics, Zachary notes that the distinguishing point between his theory and eugenics is the importance of the high stress situation, both for causing the trait to be inheritable and for activating the trait in the individual. Windsor Thurmond, an 80 year old billionaire philanthropist, believes that he has inherited a horrific trait. Ready to identify an heir-apparent, he tasks Zachary with finding a family member who has conclusively not inherited his trait -- a trait that he swears he has never acted upon.
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    Tales of the Shattered Crystal

      Bonnie Mutchler
Tales of the Shattered Crystal

A collection of easy to read poems about life, love, etc. Not meant for children.Bob Astor is a Quality Assurance agent working at Vartan Inc. Lately his days have been stressful, to say the least. Butting heads with upper management has put his career on life support. A surprising change in circumstance has Bob going on a business mission to the moon city, Langrenus. On the way, he meets one of the delegates on board the Starbird, a desperate man with a dark past and a very dangerous secret. Through a mysterious series of events Bob finds himself in the middle of an interplanetary crises that no one knows about. These secrets could change - or destroy - all human life on Earth. The key to the answer of the crises is on the Red Planet, Mars. It's up to Bob, the burnt-out Q. A. agent to rise to the occasion and stem the dangerous tide coming from beyond the solar system.
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    Tales from the Trees

      Bonnie Mutchler
Tales from the Trees

This is a collection of easy to read story poems that weave tales of fantasy, war and humor.For years, hundreds of alien vessels hover over major population centres about the globe. Eventually these "Godships" become objects of worship.There are no lifeforms on board; the ships are sentient automatons.When they leave, they abduct several humans, including Gordon Blend.Gordon describes their journeys through the galaxy, debates the purpose of the Godships and the role, if any, of God.Eventually, they return to planet Earth. Because of space-time anomalies and time dilation, the planet has changed dramatically.
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