I would classify the stories as Science Fiction, where
the astronomical settings is at least 90% real and correct.
The stories are published in Spanish (Costa Rica).
Did you know that Microsoft Word can translate them very successfully into many languages?
- Chasing the Sun. Part One (The Plan).
- Chasing the Sun. Part Two (The Flight).
On a co-orbital satellite of the Earth:
- Scared to death in Cruithne.
On Venus:- In the shadow of Venus.
- My trip to Europa (Jupiter's). -writing- ¡need help!
In Costa Rica.
- Tardigrades on Chirripó Mountain. -writing- ¡need help!
All of the stories were published by the editorial EDiNexo.
They are co-authored with Marie Lissette Alvarado.
The theme of her stories is different, very pleasant.
They are historical themes, urban and rural folklore, fantasy, etc.
- The jar of Guaitil. (ISBN: 978-9968-557-73-3)
- The Pension Check.
- Chindo and Maura. (ISBN: 978-9968-557-97-9)
- The revenge.
- At the edge of the night.
- Those trivial things of life: Computers. (https://astrovilla2000.blogspot.com/2012/06/esas-cosillas-de-la-vida-las.html)
- No identity.
- The covenant.
- Chiang-Tsu's dream.
- The jade scorpion. (ISBN: 978-9930-529-52-2)
- Crying Mariquita. (ISBN: 978-9930-539-30-9)
- Dreams between memories.
- Where is the rabbit? (ISBN: 978-9930-563-11-3)
- The girl and the sea.
- The bath of the Moon.
- The wolf and the butterfly.
- Fergos: the hare who decides to do the right thing.
- Eris and the mirror.
- There is also a book of free verses. -"Your Photos without a Camera".