A Quiet Revolution – Chapter TWENTY-SIX

The night before The Big Announcement, the one which I am probably most proud of in a lifetime of doing the impossible. Oh, man. I worked so hard for this, once I knew it was a problem and an issue which needed to be dealt with. And Mya was huge on her end, recognizing theContinue reading “A Quiet Revolution – Chapter TWENTY-SIX”

A Quiet Revolution – Chapter TWENTY-FIVE

The first official meeting between the Federation and the people leading the Lunar Revolution! How exciting! From what Mikki said, not so much. Tedious and routine, after the initial excitement about identification, actually. And none of them were impressed with the place they were staying, though it did keep them concealed the entire time theyContinue reading “A Quiet Revolution – Chapter TWENTY-FIVE”

A Quiet Revolution – Chapter TWENTY-FOUR

I love when Adam puts in the parties! Look, building Starfleet and the Federation wasn’t easy. It was a helluva hard job for many more years than I want to admit, but it wasn’t all hard work. There were good times, too, people being people. This is one of those times. I know Adam alreadyContinue reading “A Quiet Revolution – Chapter TWENTY-FOUR”

A Quiet Revolution – Chapter TWENTY-THREE

Boy, Adam stuffed a bunch of chapters into this part of the book! Then again, there was a bunch happening. Alexis Carnahan. What a piece of work she was, and I have to say I don’t feel badly at all about what happened to her. Not in the slightest. She was demanding – which IContinue reading “A Quiet Revolution – Chapter TWENTY-THREE”

A Quiet Revolution – Chapter TWENTY-TWO

For all that Mikki complained she was a SEAL, not a secret agent, she was actually pretty good at it. This was her second clandestine mission to Luna, and she was feeling the pressure, which is probably why she dealt with the hired crew the way she did. Not a complaint or a criticism, justContinue reading “A Quiet Revolution – Chapter TWENTY-TWO”

A Quiet Revolution – Chapter TWENTY-ONE

I really stepped in it this time. Let me back up and address another elephant in the room. Some of Adam’s readers have protested the division of priorities during the course of the Artemis War. They argue that, as a military organization, all of our resources and attention should have been devoted to defeating ArtemisContinue reading “A Quiet Revolution – Chapter TWENTY-ONE”

A Quiet Revolution – Chapter TWENTY

It was all coming together, finally. For months we’d had the idea – okay, I’d had the idea, satisfied with my honesty now? – to replace Newling as the Primus. The problem was who to replace her with? I’d asked Davie, and the best she came up with was Kreitzer Newling. Let me tell youContinue reading “A Quiet Revolution – Chapter TWENTY”

A Quiet Revolution – Chapter NINETEEN

Outside of Earth, 40 Eridani is one of my favorite places to be. I admit, I was late to the party. I was still on the (mostly) self-imposed ‘the Admiral stays home while the starships go off on missions’ restriction, so I missed out on the initial exploration. Can you imagine if I’d been there?Continue reading “A Quiet Revolution – Chapter NINETEEN”

A Quiet Revolution – Chapter EIGHTEEN

There was so much going on behind the scenes in Artemis City we never had a clue about. And you want to know what’s funny about it? All of these dominoes started falling because of the littlest things. The Primus tossed her cousin in the PRC, where Autumn met Nour and Sharon and Caitlin, withoutContinue reading “A Quiet Revolution – Chapter EIGHTEEN”

A Quiet Revolution – Chapter SIXTEEN & SEVENTEEN

I’ve had a pretty good week; three out of four days I’ve managed to persuade Adam to allow two chapters instead of one. Score for you guys! Seriously, though. These two chapters are so consequential to What Came After I can’t have them separated, a point I made clear to Adam. Plus one’s only, like,Continue reading “A Quiet Revolution – Chapter SIXTEEN & SEVENTEEN”