The galaxy's third multi-trillionaire, Thurston G. Honeywell IV, was not as eccentric as his father, but he was even more egotistical than his mother, Sarah Levy-Washinton ("no gee, dammit!"), the galaxy's second multi-trillionaire. As junior member of the Honeywell Levy Washinton Group, Thurston was always annoyed at how little attention he was paid. In today's galactic society, sentients just didn't care about you until you had managed to succeed in war, finance, or criminal enterprise.
Galactic Command decreed that the mapping of the Trans-Neptunian Objects in the Kuiper Belt could only be completed by sending manned ships to the outer planet and building a space station in its orbit. Though command claimed that information from that outpost would provide valuable research, we all thought we were going to be surveying minable rocks for rich folks.
A few years ago, I converted some stuff from CreativeCopyChallenge.com into a PDF and shared it online. This Halloween, I am making this collection available for your enjoyment.
Read online or, for best results, download, print and read under the covers!!
I had hoped to update it with more stories...but I think I will keep that for my current Kindle book project.
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