(Insert Appropriate Name for a Slightly Humourous Alien Story Here) Part 1

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Story about an Alien stopping by earth while his wife and her sister goes shopping at Pluto. And then changes the life of Phillip, a severely depressed human being who is probably a bad representative of the Human race... then again maybe not. More
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Words: 3,090
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301129515
About Adelise M Cullens

On my Twitter mini bio it says "I'm a hugger. Oh ... and I write things." This basically sums me up pretty nicely. I love to write, so I do. Writing, to me, is about sharing and connecting with people. I like to metaphorically reach out and hug people with my words! And as long as I am doing that, I am a happy clam.
I hail from Australia, the land down under. (Where women glow and men plunder) More specifically, I am from the western burbs of Sydney. It is a truly magical place, where you can hear the call of sirens through the night and the sunsets are a bright watermelon from all the toxic pollution ... but nah, seriously, I love it here.
But, about my writing, I don't tend towards any particular genre. So, if you stick with me, hopefully you will be in for some surprises along the way. to quote the great Sylvia Plath - "And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it and the imagination to improvise."
Hugs
AMC xxx

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Review by: Alex Focus on Aug. 01, 2013 :
A quirky and funny story, entertaining and fast moving. To the superficial reader it may have echoes of Hitchhicker's, but the discerning reader will go beyond that similarity.
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Review by: James Jenkins on July 14, 2013 :
The work feels like it wants to the two main characters to be Arthur Dent & Ford Prefect. Other then a couple backdrop changes this first chapter is pretty much identical to the first chapter of the Douglas Adams most famous work, but not quite as interesting.

I gave two stars, because I like the title.
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