Sonata, Part One

Sonata, Part One

  Movement I - Allegro con brio From the Grantville News, Monday, January 2, 1634 Linder-Sylwester Wedding The New Year began with more celebration than usual yesterday as Marla Linder and Franz Sylwester were united in marriage at 3 p.m. in the Methodist church....
The Anaconda Project, Episode Four

The Anaconda Project, Episode Four

Krzysztof Opalinski was obviously puzzled by Morris' reference to himself as Gandalf. But, to Melissa's surprise, his companion Jakub Zaborowsky grinned. “Not exactly, Herr Roth—at least, not from our viewpoint. You are more in the way of our Elrond....
The Whippoorwill

The Whippoorwill

"I'm getting too old for this shit." Anse Hatfield swung off his horse, the dull pains in his back and legs reminding him that camping rough and riding all day was a young man's game. He waved to Sergeant Albrecht. "Hold off making camp. Now that we've finally caught...
Dog Days

Dog Days

Spring 1632, Grantville, Thuringia, Germany, early morning Old Pete sat in his favorite spot and huffed out a breath of air that made his mouth flap comfortably. He laid his head down onto his paws and watched the streets through the white wooden pickets of the porch...
A Falcon Falls

A Falcon Falls

Saturday Morning, December 31, 1633, Grantville "Swan Lake! How does she expect us to do Swan Lake? And in Magdeburg. The woman is raving." Harvey Matowski glanced back up the road. Nearly half a mile away, just outside the high school, he could see the headlights of...
Letters of Trade

Letters of Trade

October 1630 Downham Market, Norfolk To John Paulet, Winchester To my good friend John, and to your lady wife Jane, we congratulate you at the glad news of the birth of your first son, Charles. We hope both mother and child are well, and his auspices are favourable....
Breakthroughs

Breakthroughs

General Electronics laboratoriesMarch 1634 Something didn't fit. Else Berding had gone to the break room for a cup of coffee. She came out to see Jennifer Hanson in the hallway, carrying on a conversation through a ham walkie-talkie. It was a little bit of a thing, no...