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Alien Coffee - John H. Carroll

Hello again. My latest work: "Alien Coffee" is a Novella of approximately 22,500 words; equivalent to about 100-120 print pages. It's sci-fi comedy set in present day and is priced @ $.99 at all stores.

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Jillian keeps trying to drink her coffee only to find the cup empty even though she’s not the one drinking it. To make matters worse, she has a tendency to forget it downstairs even after filling the cup. It frustrates her more and more with each passing day until she finally discovers what has been happening.

Everyone knows there are aliens living secretly on Earth. What isn’t known is how much they like coffee or what sort of affect it has on them. A Columbian drug lord has an alien problem of his own, but what can teenagers really tell him, extraterrestrial or not?

Somehow Jillian gets involved in all of it and discovers the most exciting adventure of her life. But what in the world do emo bunnies and snails have to do with anything?

Aliens, coffee, emo bunnies, snails, teenagers and a Columbian drug lord all take part in this humorous sci-fi romp. It’s hard to tell which one is worse.

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