Asteroidea by Lynn Sheridan

Alright, it’s finally the time you’ve all been waiting, well, I have anyhow. My addition to the Alteruvium Expanse is available now on Amazon. It is just over ten thousand words, so even I can read it in one sitting, like a movie, a creepy, dark, monster movie.

Now, I know I keep going on about leaving reviews. There are lots of reasons to leave reviews. For one they help others find the books they’re looking for, another is it helps give the book a level of legitimacy, but neither of those are the real reasons. If you really want to know, the secret is buried at the back of Asteroidea and it ain’t pretty…

Anyhow, I hope you check it out and enjoy my homage to the Creature Feature. I think you’ll agree that my choice of monster is memorable, to say the least.

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Asteroidea

It was supposed to be the discovery of a lifetime, but some things are best kept on ice…

Renowned marine biologist, Dr. Jane Crawford arrives on the frozen world of Caldwell IV to investigate an unprecedented biological discovery at a water extraction plant. Jane has devoted her life to the search for extraterrestrial life. Could she have finally found it?

She needs time to conduct her research, but the plant foreman has other ideas. He has orders to fulfil and he’s not prepared to shut down operations for a microscopic organism. Unfortunately for everyone involved, that is about to become the least of their problems.

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