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Moonstruck

Mila Waters, Skylar McKinzie, Rita Delude, Rena Marin, Lorah Jaiyn, Hope Sherrill, Caitlin L McCulloch

Publisher: Crazy Ink

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A Crazy Ink Sci Fi Anthology 
There's nothing crazier than the concept of outer space. From two-headed alien bar maids to one-eyed space explorers, other galaxies have flirted with imaginations for as long as humans have existed. 
Stories with varying degrees of madness and imagination and one common theme – exploring galaxies beyond their craziest dreams. 
How do you picture other galaxies? Do you believe in aliens at all? How much would you pay to see evidence of other life forms? And, are you brave enough to travel into world beyond? 
With something for everyone, Moonstruck is sure to make you laugh, smile and even wince as we venture together into other galaxies in blind madness…

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