Green Floating Weirdness #5
Selective Amnesia (missing scenes)

In the Wolf's Den (by Gillian Holt) A missing scene from "The Resurrection." Debi finds Ironhorse in the living room, now, can she get him to tell her a story? (3)

Post-Resurrection (by Brenda Anders) A tag from "The Resurrection." The aliens have been stopped, but can Ironhorse deal with the loss of his squad and the new war he faces? Maybe, with the help of some new friends. (7)

Revelations (by Brenda Anders) A tag from "The Resurrection." Ironhorse is finding life with the Blackwood Project more than a little frustrating, then Harrison arrives bearing the promises of compromise. (8)

Examination (by Gillian Holt) A tag from "The Second Seal." Ironhorse is in the hospital and feeling some things he didn't expect. (2)

Helping Hand (by Gillian Holt) A missing scene and tag from "Among the Philistines." Kensington's dead and Norton seeks out the companionship of another warrior. (5)

Mass Hysteria (stories )

Of the People Who Are on the Wall (by Cheryl Benson) A story fragment. Derriman has some pointed observations about his commanding officer. (2)

Acceptance (by Susan Asselin) A story fragment and a crossover with Beauty and the Beast. Ironhorse is in New York and has a run-in with some gang members who are more than they seem. He gets some help from a lion-man with a gentle touch. (8)

War Games (by Brenda Anders) Ironhorse and Blackwood are on a camping trip when they cross paths with a group of war gamers and get more than they bargained for. With the colonel wounded and Blackwood on his own will either be able to survive? (47)

No Harm Done (by Anonymous) Everything was telling Harrison Blackwood that Ironhorse was an alien, so he did the only thing he could -- Harrison tried to kill the colonel. Can he live with the consequences? (8)

Thicker Than Water (by Linda Watson) General Wilson only wanted to help, but the last thing Ironhorse wanted was a weekend with his older brother. Will the colonel survive old hatreds, Blackwood's meddling and an assassin as eager to see John Ironhorse as Paul is himself? (43)

On the Road Again (by Glenda Jordan) Ironhorse takes Blackwood on another camping trip, but there's one problem, he can't get Harrison to shut up! (3)

Spirit (by Linda Watson) It's Debi's birthday and the colonel has something special planned, a two-for-one package that's sure to please. (11)

Third Season Premiere (by Anonymous) Norton's been working overtime on his latest project, the Alien Strategy Prediction for Counter-Attack... and it's not a pretty sight. He dies and it's Ironhorse who offs him. It's time to call in the big brass and show him what the planet might be up against. (6)

Law and the Prophet (by Laura Ellison) When an alien takes over the body of an addicted serial killer the streets go from bad to worst. Can the Blackwood Project find the creature before it kills again? Maybe, with the help of an experienced street cop and a lady psychic. (25)

Reunion 1999 (by Anonymous) It's 1999, the aliens are defeated and life is back to normal, or at least it seems so until a wayward colonel comes back for a visit. Can the members of the old Blackwood Project find out what has driven Ironhorse back to them in time, or will it slowly destroy the man they all owe their lives to? (22)

Coyote Moon (by Laura Brush and Gillian Holt) It's 1968, Mexico City, and Paul Ironhorse knows he's ready for the Olympics, but is he ready for a visit from the Trickster? (11)

Plus poetry by Tammy L. Croft, Cath Knowles, and Lana G. Merkel. Art work by Anja Gruber, Lana G. Merkel, and Deb Walsh.

232 pages. $10 for PDF version with color cover.

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