Earth Girl Returns to a Magical Planet in 24th Century

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What if this happened to you? What if this was the Monday morning headlines about you: Earth Girl Returns to Magical Planet?

In the twenty-fourth year of the last Highking of Doria: Aurora Celeste crash lands on Talus IV and finds herself scarred, stranded, and all alone, save for her android companion, on an alien planet full of magic and danger. To make matters worse, Aurora is also the focal point of a prophecy that foretells of a cataclysmic war that will test the souls of men. To Aurora, she is nothing more than a little girl, stranded and fighting to survive. To the inhabitants of the planet she’s landed on, Aurora is known and revered as… The Starchild.

What would you do?  How would you react?  Fred Strange’s main character is just 13-years-old, has a scar on her cheek that is connected to a prophecy, and she is abandoned and alone on a plant ruled by magic.

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If you enjoy reading “fish out of water” stories blended with fantasy and science-fiction, then this book just might be for you.

 


Me

Fred Strange was born in California. An Army brat, he spent his elementary school years living in Kansas, Germany, and Oklahoma before returning to California. Fred wanted to be a musician, but unable to secure a band, he tried teaching, and focused on prose literature. Fred started on his first major project in 2001 titled Starchild: Prophecy, completing the book in 2003. Fred has written one full novel, Starchild: Prophecy, and has several short stories.  Learn more at http://richcelt.wix.com/fred-strange-author.

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  1. Hey guys, thank you again, so much, for the interview. I had fun, and it was great listening to it once again.

    If anyone wants the ebook, they can go to my website, find the link to Smashwords, and get it there. That’s available to Kindle, Kobo, Nook, and various other e-readers.

    Thank you to all that listen today!

    Fred Strange

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