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About Walt Robillard
Walt is a long time Rhode Island resident who lives with his loving wife, loyal pup, and his annoying cat. When not spilling ink all over the page, he can be found not talking about Fight Club. After drinking lots of coffee in the army, he left to pursue his various interests.
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Beyond the Outer Boundary of the Core Worlds lies the Frontier. Colonists looking for a life outside the corporate choked governments, cross the border seeking new opportunities, trading security for freedom.
In the Frontier, law is absent except for the Marshals. The warrior mystics saved Orin Lashra from a grinding death in the gladiatorial slave pits, recruiting him as a deputy to serve beside them. During a routine tribal negotiation, violence verging on civil war kills the mentor he called mother. Rising from a grave he wouldn’t accept, Orin embarks on a path of brutal revenge, determined to draw the Marshals and their elite Lancer Regiments into the conflict.
Join Orin in his struggle against disciplined Marshals, relentless Lancers, and shadowy threats to find those responsible for her death and crush them for their mistake... Never hunt what can hunt you back.
Hunter’s Moon: The Mongrel blends military science fiction with hard core space opera to weave a tale of brutality and blasters. Fans of Killjoys, Star Wars and Dark Matter will fall right into the cockpit for an adrenaline-filled thriller that never lets up on the throttle.
At the edge of Frontier space, renegade Templar Orin Lashra has evaded capture by the Marshals and their premier fighting force, the Lancers. Darting across the colonies, Lasher and his friends wage a brutal war against the Seven Seats cartel for their part in the murder of the woman he called mother.
Lasher's relentless pursuit of vengeance soon draws the attention of the Gun Wraith, a mysterious mercenary intent on taking Orin for a client who considers his capture a no-fail mission. Can Lasher stay one step ahead of the cartels and the lancers in order to burn his enemies to cinders?
Ride beside Lasher and his crew as they draw closer to payback and a conspiracy that could rattle the foundations of the Frontier.
Hunter’s Moon: The Revenant blends military science fiction with hard core space opera to weave a tale of loyalty and revenge. Fans of Killjoys, Star Wars and Dark Matter will feel the blaster's grip and the ship's throttle as they rocket into the Frontier.
In the deepest dark, even a single spark can ignite the fires of hope.
As old age creeps at the edges of his life, Papa Marco drudges one day into the next until a single shout rekindles memories of who and what he is. Hidden by his shaggy gray mane, a forgotten strength remembered becomes the kindling that will set the Frontier ablaze on a path to war.
With each battlefield win, the leader Marco once was becomes the signal fire to rally scattered colonial forces in a push to reclaim their freedom. Rising out of the ashes of the Exodus Wars, their enemy will stop at nothing to silence their victory cries in the cold dark void. Can the Marshals, Lancers, and cartels forge an alliance against a greater threat while chasing an answer to the question at the center of their struggle?
Where is the Mongrel, Orin Lashra?
Strap in beside the crew of the Baby Doll as they hunt between the battles to satisfy their thirst for vengeance and prove once and for all that family isn’t just something you’re born into; it’s something you build.
Fans of Firefly, The Clone Wars, and Dark Matter will be at home in this blend of military science fiction and hard core space opera!
Torn from the headlines of next year’s news, Keystroke Medium brings you ten stories, not from the distant past or centuries in the future, but close enough to change your life... very soon.
This anthology will take you on a journey you won’t soon forget.
Ozymandias by Yudhanjaya Wijeratne
The Big Box Store by Patricia Gilliam
I Am Christopher by K. R. McClellan
Clean Sweep by C. C. Ekeke
C-481 by Kalene Williams
Salvation of the Seas by Andrew Gates
X-Roads by Walt Robillard
Spark Joy by I.Q. Malcolm
The God in the Details by Rick Partlow
Randall Duchamp and the Strip Club of Tomorrow by James S. Aaron
Thirty-five awesome stories - one kick ass meme that started it all.
It started as a joke. Storm Area 51 they said. They can't stop all of us they said. But all laughter stopped when the U.S. Air Force mobilized the reserves and pulled out the big guns.
However, relentless mockery and derision by the media and the powers that be pushed the weebs and alien enthusiasts too far. What else were they supposed to do? They put on their big girl panties and showed up, determined to find out exactly what secrets were hidden behind the walls of the clandestine government facility.
Are you brave enough to buy this anthology today? If you are find out what the government wants to keep hidden.
C.J. Carella - Naruto Charge
J W Kiefer - Dark Mater
Walt Robillard - More to Carry
Michael Gants - Eminent Domain
Sarah A. Hoyt - Sunny Side Up
Alice Peng - Embasy City Delivery
Jamie Ibson - The Sage V'Sal
Tim Niederriter - Destinys End
Philip Ginn - Waterbenders in the Desert
Chris Winder - The Cricket
E. A. Shanniak - Stalking Death
Marisa Wolf - Home
Aaron Seaman - #Vaporize
Doug Burbey - Shift Work
Nathan Pedde - The Rise of the Ghids
Tim C. Taylor - Angel-51: Princess of Earth
Casey Moores - Sanity Check
J. R. Handley & Cisca Small - Love Finds Away
I. Ronik - Fallout - A Vapid Vixens Short
Michael J. Allen - Crashing the Party - A Scion Story
Alex C. Gates - Controlled Chaos
Declan Finn - Area 51 is Not Enough
IQ Malcolm - Kyle: Respawned
Milissa L. Story - Paradise Ranch
J. William Adler - Viva la Revolución
Joshua M. Young - Evan and Kyle Meet the Survey Cube
Sophie J. Shepherd - Nothing's Gonna Happen
Lawrence N. Oliver - Hangar Nine
Mel Todd - Routine Duty
Drew Avera - Storm the Gates
Philip K. Booker - Balancing the Scales
Tamsin L. Silver - The Trip Home
Robert W. Ross - Isabella's Campaign
Daniel Medrano - Hey Sweetie
R. Max Tillsley - Crickey!
They came in peace…
…or so they said. Here are 18 examples of how they lied. This is an exciting collection of First Contact science fiction stories, all completely different! Take a risk – venture into the unknown with us. Who is out there? What will they want from us? Come join us in our adventure to find out how 1st Contact pans out. It will be a great adventure!
"Every story in this book has something to appeal to fans of the science fiction genre, especially those who like speculations into space travel and the future tinged with horror. Lovers of Alien and The Twilight Zone will find themselves at home here, and so will anyone who enjoys science fiction for what it promises: the expansion of the mind into unknown and sometimes intimidating places." Virge B., Red Adept Editing, Proofreader
Buy Contact This! and read some of the industry’s best storytellers today!
Walt Robillard - Delta Rescue 1
Corey Truax - Reaper's Fall
Aaron Seaman - The Last Seaman
Chris Winder - Memories
Nathan Pedde - From Planet Everdark
J. R. Frontera - The X Café
Tim Niederriter - Negotiation Negated
I. Ronik - The Incident at Wallings Creek
IQ Malcolm - Catch Island
J. Daniel Sawyer - Pumpernickel
Rick Shaw - Fiddler
Luke T. Barnett - Because Why Not
Lawrence N. Oliver - Colonies Fall
R. Max Tillsley - Replication
J.R. Murdock - Last Day of Reign
Paul E Cooley - Whispers
J. R. Handley - Ishtar's Rising
Rick Partlow - Legends
Will you enjoy the glorious post-apocalypse – will you gnash your teeth and wail?
Don’t worry, you don’t have to figure it out. We’ve got you covered! Dive right in with 15 great stories where our 16 authors show how things could play out.
David Mudo – Dune Strider
Devon C. Ford – The Wall
Drue Bernardi – Rotting Highway
IQ Malcolm – A Girl with a Bird
J.R. Murdock – Apocalypse FM
Rick Shaw – #Iceteroid Survivors
J. R. Handley & Corey Truax – Civil Unrest
Lawrence N. Oliver – The Two Waters
MK Clark – The Beetle Problem
Nathan Pedde – Sailing Vessel Wanderlust: The Delivery
Terry Mixon – Girls Night Out
Tim C. Taylor – Monsters Understand Beauty Too
Tim Niederriter – Who Drowned the Earth
Walt Robillard – Lost Horizon: The Surge
Rick Partlow – Bones of Paradise