Here Be Monsters

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First-time visitor to Mars, Angela Dornach, finds a horrifying mystery awaiting her. More

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About Leenna Naidoo

About Leenna
Leenna writes cross-genre suspense, romance, and dabbles in sci-fi/fantasy. She also reads the tarot. Her most recent attempts to channel Terry Pratchett-style fiction can be found in Quest For The Wholly Pale, published by FV Press. When not writing, she often tries her hand at anything vaguely artistic.
Leenna’s most unnerving experiences include: looking a red kangaroo in the eye, flipping pancakes for the first time ever in front of her class, interviewing Alan Dean Foster (even though it was email), and teaching a hellhound how to share a biscuit. Sometimes she writes about these and other less nerve-wracking things; sometimes she doesn’t.
She blogs and shares updates on and Her tarot resources and videos are shared on her Patreon and her YouTube channel as Writerstarot With Leenna.
Otherwise, she wanders aimlessly down rabbit-holes on Facebook and occassionally other social media sites looking for her next story idea.

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S Shane Thomas reviewed on March 27, 2017

Angie wants to keep her marriage and love life going strong, so she treks with her hubby Keiron to his job on Mars. In this near future science fiction novelette, a two week ride in a shuttle brings you to the red planet. Angie takes note that her forty something brother and all the permanent Mars colonists look like they are in their twenties. And that something about them just isn’t right…

Naidoo is selling her strange tale on Smashwords and for anyone who isn’t already a fan from No Distance to Run, it’s a great chance to try out her awesome writing style.

What’s in the juice? I won’t tell. When you read on and find out, I’m sure you’ll agree that Naidoo created something truly unique in the realm of first contact stories. Every time the kiddies have a playdate now, and I pull out the juice boxes I’m going to wonder if it the juice that’s turning my little dudes into monsters, too.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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