Kurtherian Gambit readers and fans come together again to create a book by the fans – for the fans.
Nine heart-pounding adventures and one poem make up Volume Two of the Best-Selling Fans Write for the Fans series, which includes an introduction by Michael Anderle.
Who Would You Choose, By Micky Cocker
A poem by the Kurtherian Universe’s favorite poet, Micky Cocker launches Volume Two of Tales from the Kurtherian Universe.
Sendia’s Journey, By Tracey Byrnes
She’s young. She’s emotionally damaged. She’s also a genius—and she may well be the best hope the crew of the Bastante has to survive against a threat they didn’t know existed.
Confused Kitty, By Logan Caird
The station isn’t safe.
The human fleet arriving in Yollin space and taking over made an impression—and pissed off a lot of people. Cindy Qin just wants to help the Yollins get their equipment back in working order, but people with vested interests have other ideas.
Bek, By C. R. Wood
She was fourteen and invisible to her own family. Constantly pestered by her brother’s friend, she hid in plain sight to avoid everyone. Only a vicious attack by blood thirsty pirates could bring her out of the shadows.
The Cave, By Samantha Harmer
Stenya and her mining team achieve their biggest score the day their colony comes under attack. With no way to defend themselves, Stenya leads her friends to temporary safety.
Will anybody receive their distress call in time, or will their sanctuary become their tomb?
The Albino Were, By Virgel Mitchell
Celine is an average girl in a backwater town. As the daughter of a couple of guides, Celine has always known what her future would be. Jeff is anything but average, and as a member of the Guardian Marines he knows without a doubt what his future is. Can Jeff help Celine find the stability she once enjoyed?
H’Lageh Freedom, By Logan Caird
When her isolated planet is taken over by pirates, Agent Blackwood goes undercover as a slave to undermine their efforts. When she learns of an imminent attack against the pirates, she has to act quickly to get the slaves to safety. But with only minutes to break free, she fears she won’t be able to save them all. In a race against time, time is going to win.
Holding On Is Sometimes Letting Go, By Tim Bischoff
There are many events in life that change a person’s perspective. Roles are reversed, memories can be torturous, and peace difficult to achieve. When hard decisions have to be made, which way would you decide?
Adventures of Armi-Geddon, By Dominic Novielli
Armi is only six, but has enough gumption to be much older. Along with Conrey, her best and only friend, she gets into troubling situations. In this adventure they stumble upon a highly placed Noel-ni who wants to take over the space station that is their home, and they undergo a life-altering experience that makes their friendship that much greater.
Cordelia’s Search, By Craig Martelle
A Bad Company Short Story – Humanity’s greatest export – Justice. Space is a dangerous place, even for the wary, especially for the unprepared. The aliens have no idea.