There is no Black Hole. He is the Black Sun. His name? kNight. He commands a constellation of black stars who patrol the night sky to maintain order. Whenever kNight Clan members dock in a spherical formation, Roe becomes Ruler of the Black Sun, a large starship. Following a biological attack on his sensibilities, he communes with the Pride of Ywo for healing.
An angel in Heaven's army is cast out for questioning the mind of a jealous god, a commanding officer who authorizes and oversees tests of suffering and pain to gain and to keep followers. The angel later meets with a council of negotiators from the Pride of Ywo who gather to discuss a troubling report he has filed on humanity. Will they decide to intervene?
The author's mindful approach to the healthy conversations we're having about false doctrine is shared via dialogue between a troubled professor and the tale's narrator, a former student he has enlisted as a confidant. Had he come to test her faith?
An insomniac exists in a daydream. A life of solitude gifts him with a surreal companion. Discover how he copes with the death of his last living relative, puts plans in motion for a solo business venture, and brings to life a fantasy he has glimpsed in an antique mirror.