Speculative Fiction

 D. M. Kreg is pleased to offer several different short story collections in the speculative fiction genre:

 

Tightropes Through the Eco  by Rebeccca S. W. Bates

Tough Mothers by Rebecca S. W. Bates
The Time Is LIght by Rebecca S. W. Bates
Sharing Sol by Rebecca S. W. Bates 

 

Tough Mothers

Tough Mothers contains three speculative stories by Rebecca S. W. Bates about mothers in the distant future who will go to any length to protect their children.

A Mothers Link is Never Done:  It's tough replacing a mother
The Growing Ponds:  Can the next generation really be grown in ponds?
Babysitting Earth:  Should she protect earth or protect her child?

Rebecca is also the author of The Signal, available from D. M. Kreg.  

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The Time Is Light

The Time Is Light contains three stories by Rebecca S. W. Bates about the relationship between time and light in the cosmos.

Losing the Light:  Humans and space travel don't mix.
The Time Mine:  Keep your best friend or save earth. Choose one.
Time Ripples:  Follow a death planet and death follows you.

Rebecca is also the author of The Signal, available from D. M. Kreg.

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Sharing Sol

Sharing Sol contains three stories by Rebecca S. W. Bates about the challenges of exploring space when somebody else is also out there.

Titan Towers:  Humans don't always get there first.
Helium Harvest:  The price for starship fuel may be too great.
Before They Invade:
 Such a small sacrifice for humanity. 

Rebecca is also the author of The Signal and Prelude to Proxima, available from D. M. Kreg.

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Tightropes Through the Eco

Three stories by Rebecca S. W. Bates about ecological issues in the distant future. 

Walking the River:  Delivering a gift from the future to save the distant past.Going Tidal:  A homeless man's treasure can save the world.
Running Down on a Thousand:  Do time jumps help or hurt the future?

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