Christina Engela’s Strangely Compelling Science Fiction Anthology!


If you’re looking for sci-fi that celebrates the weird, embraces the unusual, seeks to unscrew the inscrutable… and is… strangely compelling, then you’ve come to the right place!

Christina Engela’s Strangely Compelling Science Fiction Anthology: Book 1” (Moon Books Publishing) is now available on Amazon in paperback and eBook format! The paperback is 260 pages long in 6×9 inch format. An audiobook version is already squarely in the pipeline – five by five – and should be available fairly soon!

Along with two of her own stories, Christina Engela is pleased to present eight strangely compelling sci-fi tales by H.G. Emert, Major Roxbrough, and Thomas M. Malafarina.

 

 

 

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Now Available! Christina Engela’s Strangely Compelling Science Fiction Anthology!


“Christina Engela’s Strangely Compelling Science Fiction Anthology: Book 1”, published on December 26, 2019! What a nice way to end the year – on a high note! EBook & audiobook versions to follow shortly!

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