Timothy P. Callahan

Nerd, Geek, Computer guy, Writer, Reader

The Evolutionite Chronicles Books One: Dagger and Shadow Ninja

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Haven, Pennsylvania is a place brimming with strangeness and wonder, a city under the constant threat of destruction from its own fantastically powered inhabitants and threats from the world outside its borders. 
Dagger and Shadow Ninja are brothers, former Protectors, who have gone into business for themselves. They'll deliver your packages and save your behind, if the price is right. 
When Lancaster Jones, a time traveler from the future, arrives asking for help it sets off an adventure involving a recluse with god like powers, a powerful orb, a Utopian society, and a possible genocide. In order to save the world the brothers need to sort out who the good guys are, who the bad guys are, and how they’ll get paid when the day is over.

The Arwen Book one: Defender

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The Arwen:Regal

When a comet the size of a small moon threatens the remote world of Regal the Earth Alliance assigns the most decorated ship in the fleet, the Arwen, to destroy it. Its Captain, Marjorie Cook, sees this as an opportunity to redeem herself after a tragic mistake in her past causes the death of over 400 of her crew. It seems like an easy mission but, when the Arwen arrives, it finds things are not what they seem.



The Arwen:Ulliam

The Gyssyc ship is in orbit above Ulliam; the Taskforce sent to meet them has been destroyed. Captain Cook fears the worst; the Gyssyc has declared war on the Ulliam. The crew of the Arwen must figure out what happened before a second fleet arrives, the fate of three races rests in their hands.



The Arwen:Armada

The Earth Alliance prepares itself for a new war. Two old enemies have allied themselves with Regal, the planet the Arwen saved two years earlier, to build a massive Armada assigned to destroy Earth. Vice Admiral Payton Cook must defend the planet against insurmountable odds while Captain Cook does battle to save Ulliam from a deadly surprise attack.

The Arwen Book one: Defender
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The Arwen Book two: Manifest Destiny

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The Handlers, a race of centipede like aliens, want nothing less than to rid the universe of all intelligent life. The lifespan of each Handler is longer than most suns and there are countless trillions of them living in Dyson Spheres scattered throughout the galaxy. 
The Arwen, lead by Captain Marjorie Cook, stumbles upon one while trying to find a way home after getting lost in deep in space. She has to sacrifice everything to prevent them from finding Earth. 

The Arwen Book Two: Manifest Destiny, is the second book in the Arwen series which started with Book one: Defender. It is a stand alone story and read Defender is not necessary to understand the world or the characters.

The Grey Moon

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Hello, my name is Alex Johnson, AJ to my friends, and this is a story on how I ruined my life and my marriage. Liz and I thought we’d have the perfect life on the moon, her working as a computer programmer, me working as a teleoperator. We were wrong, so very wrong. Living in a world where all you do work then go home can be boring to a guy like me, add to that a wife who will stop at nothing to get ahead and another woman who wants to be more than friends and you have an explosive mix that blew up in my face. But, I’m getting ahead of myself. Listen to my story, see what happened, and don’t hate me when it’s over.

The Grey Moon
By Timothy P. Callahan

Ida

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Ida, one of the largest Asteroid in the belt between Mars and Jupiter, has finally been colonized. A group of engineers lead by John McVey, Craig Osborn, Gail Trabor, Andrew Dee and Jennifer McGee, occupy the largest space station every built to plan the future of the tiny colony. Sent there by Kennedy Lacombe, the richest man in the world, their only task is to find ways to mine the asteroid as efficiently as possible. John, however, has grandiose plans including riding a comet around the sun to obtain enough water for the colony to one day survive independent from Earth. His ambition quickly shifts when he discovers an accident with the station's birth control pills causes 20 women, including Jennifer, the woman he loves, to become pregnant. The rules on pregnancy are simple; a baby is a drain on resources and must be removed. John, his friends, and a large group of miners will do anything they can to prevent that, including declaring themselves the first independent colony outside of Earth. 

Ida
By Timothy P. Callahan