Remaining with science-fiction, these are Short Stories. Four in Series 1, and three in 2. If after you read them you feel hunger for more, don’t worry. You have 2 full-length sci-fi novels to sate your hunger:
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But let’s start with the short stories:
If you suddenly feel an enormous weight pressing down on you, it’s probably too late. Your Umph is already inside an alien’s body. This should not scare you… That’s how it starts…
“Absolutely brilliant! … a real classic, which leaves the reader wondering if we do really live on Planet Earth!” (Louisa Middleton-Blake, author, UK).
"Thirsty Work is absolutely hilarious! A weird and twisty tale the likes I have not seen in many a year. Reminds me of Ray Bradbury's early work before he got all dark and serious... I will be looking at more of your writing, sir!" (Thaddeus Howze, author)
The other stories are about the love of life and the planet Earth.
In the far distant future as in our distant past, human emotions continue to place the same demands on the human heart as they do at the present time. The same is also true of the species inhabiting the distant planets, which we, humans, are destined to reach one day, for whatever reason. These are but a few examples of what we might expect:
“The Simulator took me where no woman has been before—I could really identify with Astrid (what a beautiful name!). Little Angels were more amazing than I could ever imagine. And Esperanza made me shed a tear, both of sadness and, perhaps, of joy. I hope there's more in the series.” (H.K. Loda, 5 Stars on Smashwords)
The stories also collected some 5-STAR blurbs:
Very, Very Good!
What a Creative Imagination!
I loved everything about this collection of stories!
Let me know if you like the stories, or better still, say so in writing, wherever you got them. I need to know what you think. Please? Thank you