Stars in the Darkness is a collection of stories about why being just matters, and what the ramifications are for individuals, groups, towns, countries, or even worlds if justice is not expected, encouraged, or enforced.

The stories cover a wide range, from historical fiction to fantasy to alternate realities. Every tale, whether set in ancient Egypt, in a future where only the rich can afford to increase their children’s intelligence through genetic engineering, or about a man turned into a zombie by accident, sends a message about what matters. These stories show bravery, compassion, courage—and consequences.

 

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All proceeds from this collection will be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Human Rights Campaign.

Available on Amazon, iBooks, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, and Books2Read.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


“Stand Up” by Blaze Ward

“The Tale of Nameless Chameleon” by Brenda Carre
“G-Bomb” by Ron Collins
“The Beautiful Face” by Rebecca M. Senese
“Sanctuary” by Leslie Claire Walker
“Bones of Change” by Travis Heermann
“Rogue Entanglement” by David Stier
“Remember My Name” by David H. Hendrickson
“A Fare Cut” by Bob Sojka
“The Page-Turners” by DeAnna Knippling
“Revolution Rise” by T. Thorn Coyle
“Becoming Free” by Jamie Ferguson
“Granny Justice” by Bonnie Elizabeth
“Instability of Self” by Brigid Collins
“Judging Pashet” by Thea Hutcheson
“A Safe Place to Scream” by Louisa Swann
“And Then I Woke Up Dead…” by Liz Pierce

 
Only when it is dark enough can you see the stars.
-MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.