"If you like collections of diverse short fiction, and you should, Night Lights is a great one. The stories are entertaining and diverse in style, with inventive and captivating plots and engaging characters, but I won’t reveal any specifics here because I don’t like spoilers. Suffice to say, I enjoyed the entire book, especially “Tie Goes to the Runner,” by Russell Nichols, and “Suite for the Lady in Red,” by Suanne Schafer. When it comes to entertaining short fiction, Night Lights delivers." - from Amazon
An Anthology of Short Fiction: First Contact, Conspiracy, and Space Opera
The short stories in Night Lights are populated with aliens, high and low technology, spaceships—including one with divine aspirations and one helmed by an otter—humans and not-so-human artificial intelligences, Earth locales, and far-off new worlds. There’s more too, and in each tale, the characters’ struggles will stretch your imagination and sense of reality, while posing profound questions about morality, society and justice, and raising uncertainties of the unknown and unchecked technological evolution. With 21 original stories from talented, new authors about extraterrestrials, conspiracies, and space exploration, Night Lights is full of moments that will make you gasp, shudder, laugh, and wonder.
My Story – “Ragnarock-n-Roll”