Data’s romantic dreams of Tasha Yar lead him into Q’s realm of powers. In the dark side of a fairy tale world, Data becomes the player and Tasha the prize in Q’s fantasy games, while Q discovers that he may have fallen into his own trap of passion and desire for a mortal woman.
A ST:NG Novella
Deanna Troi meets Rowan, the handsome young king of Zorel, a planet which combines 24th Century technology with a barbaric culture. Educated in Federation schools, Rowan is reluctantly going home to face his duties as King of a warlike people, when he falls in love with Deanna. The evil Goros forces Rowan to abduct Deanna and bring her to Zorel, where she will be compelled to use her empathic powers to help crush a rebellion against tyranny. For readers 18 and older.
A ST:NG Novella
The Dragon’s Claw has fastened its sharp talons into the heart of the Galaxy, and the men and women of the young Star Trek Generation are on their greatest quest: to liberate Earth from slavery…to free their family, their friends and their lovers from the captivity of a cruel Master…and to experience the romantic passions of first love. Daniel Surak Marcus, son of David Marcus and Saavik, is seventeen and a Cadet at the Academy when he encounters Natasha Chekov, an exquisite young girl who was betrothed to him when they were both thirteen, according to Vulcan custom. But their passionate love is threatened by Mantro, the powerful and sensual Cyrthian warrior, whose lust for Galactic domination is exceeded only by his desire to possess Natasha.
Daniel is joined in his struggle to save his beloved and to liberate Earth by his friends at the Academy, Rashid Kengi, a brilliant twenty-year-old medical student and interplanetary Don Juan; Kim Sulu, who at age fourteen combines martial arts expertise with a fondness for computers, and Rashid’s lovely twin sister, Malaika, who is training as an officer in Star Fleet.
Together, they must face the power of the Dragon’s Claw. While James Kirk, Spock, and the Enterprise Crew carry on the conflict in outer space, the young cadets find allies in their battle for Earth: two Aliens from another Galaxy, a beautiful warrior woman, and a lost desert tribe whose prophecies may hold the answer to the ultimate confrontation between good and evil. For mature readers eighteen and over.
NOTE: The Dragon’s Claw is out of print.
A Classic Star Trek Fanzine which features the original crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, and introduces the characters of Young Star Fleet. The story takes the immortal characters on a voyage that affirms the Star Trek dream: humanism, courage, love, the search for knowledge, and the willingness to understand what is different or alien, without blasting it out of existence. It is an allegory of hope and renewal.
A horror novel.The New Age has a dark side as old as evil itself. Its name is Morgan Russell, channeler, psychic, and prophet whose power is growing like a snow crystal. Only Sara can stop her…if she can survive, and resist the temptation to join an Inner Circle of unholy love and savage power…a Circle which has already claimed the body and soul of the man she loves…
WHAT IF THE SOUTH HAD WON THE CIVIL WAR
…AND CONQUERED THE WORLD?
Sphinx takes its characters and the reader on a whirlwind tour of history as it was, and as it might be, if a ruthless and brilliant man went back in time and shaped reality to suit himself. The players in this fantasy include Darrel, the successful young Black lawyer, Shanae, his African-American supermodel fiancee, Bill, the good old boy who goes from wino to politico to human sacrifice on the wheel of time, Heather, the icy blonde prosecuting attorney, whose penchant for domination finds a vent in the New Reality of Los Angeles 2000, where slavery has made a comeback in a big way, and Antoine, the fierce Creole aristocrat, who steals an alien artifact of great power, and uses it to fulfill his lust for control, for wealth, and most of all, for Shanae.
A collection of poems reprinted in several anthologies.
Includes the following poem:
“The material for this group
near Eagle Peak, Modoc County,
California.” And here they stand,
hooves nailed firmly to the floor,
white tails motionless,
antlers poised and ready,
living out the long calm days.
Patiently, they scent the deadened wind;
tirelessly, the huge ears lift to catch the rustle
of painted leaves. If now and then
a strange remembrance of living woods
should glitter in some stony marble eye
the visitors do not notice.
They pass in whispers, marveling
how skilled the artist was.
Lets us know how to be a success with our first Home Craft show. Arts and Crafts and Home Boutiques are fun, exciting and profitable—if they are well run and organized. In this informative book, the author shares a wealth of information, insight and do’s and don’ts, gleaned from her twenty-five years of holding successful Craft Faires.
Finally! A dynamic challenge to both Biblical Creation and the “Big Bang.”
The core of The Third Theory is the account of Creation according to the Ancient Wisdom taught in the ancient Mystery Schools. It rebuts Science’s long-cherished premise of the Big Bang and contradicts Religion’s concept that some extra-cosmic Supreme Being called “God” personally created the heavens and the earth. More importantly, being free of Religion’s philosophic absurdities and Science’s philosophic prejudices, The Third Theory has complete religious, scientific and philosophic integrity.
Yo! Joey! by Joseph P. Batory is a collection of colorful career highlights from one of America’s most outspoken school superintendents. Joe Batory takes his readers on a whirlwind ride of multiple confrontations and wondrous joys in a book about public education like none other. Hostile taxpayer groups, State governors, corporate America, the news media, the Washington (DC) and Pennsylvania bureaucracies, clerics, Nazis and even Howard Stern…Joe Batory publicly battled all of them during his 15 year run as superintendent of one of Pennsylvania’s largest and most diverse school systems. His narration takes turns being funny, irreverent, angry and tender, and is often didactic. It bares the soul of a leader.