In this wacky and hilarious sci-fi spoof, Captain Lisa Henderson and her 3,500 passengers on the commuter spaceship Agatha X are stuck inside a wormhole. Their safe return home may depend upon a cinnamon roll.
THE MEANTIME STORIES is a funny short read series that draws inspiration from Terry Pratchett, Monty Python, and Douglas Adams, all combined with a twist of Nordic Noir (human folly, abrupt and plentiful deaths, snappy dialogue, quirky deep thoughts, and absurd outcomes). It’s glittering darkness, and clouded light.
Each story is a stand-alone, ready to be enjoyed when you have meantime-time. Love reading but barely have time? 30 minutes to kill on the commuter rail? Home with the sniffles and need some wacky, humorous entertainment? Want to enter and leave an unexplored universe during lunch? This is the ultimate coffee-break-read!
Whenever you want a break from whatever else – The Meantime Stories deliver!
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This book is free from 03/29/2018 until 03/30/2018.
About the Author
We grew up in the deep, mysterious forests of eastern Norway, our imaginations soaked in fairytales about scary trolls, dubious hobgoblins, and beautiful pixies – no doubt in our minds that the deadly Nixen dwelled in every pond, creek, river, and lake – always ready to lure us into the woods, to cook us, and eat us. The horror …
This, combined with hours and hours of reading comic books, watching TV, playing computer games, and going to the movies, developed a chronic lust for storytelling. Via playing in bands, revues, theater, improv, and TV-shows, we have arrived here: writing the Meantime Stories. The wonder …
We have also collaborated on the acclaimed and humorous children's book "Freddy Fumple and the Mindmonsters". Besides that, we like food, and to be happy and content.
See you in the Meantime!
Svingen & Pedersen
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