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#Indieauthors #Sciencefiction #Spaceopera #Starshatter #Books "A lonely space shuttle was making its way through the asteroid field. The surrounding space was filled with irradiated, molten rocks – evidence left from a battle fought many decades ago. The outer hull of the shuttle was covered with armorplates, all beautifully painted over with various scenes depicting many heroic, ballsy deeds. The center figure was that of a young woman wearing a bulky, but extremely well-made spacesuit, armed with a long revolver-looking pistol. The girl had pale white skin, blue eyes – her long blond hair was braided, reaching below the waistline. Her ship was short, wide, and had thick wings, ending with vertical atmospheric stabilizers. The ship’s designer had used the space wisely, because it was created not only with exploration in mind but combat, too. Between those stabilizers, the shuttle had two long railguns mounted and armored to the side by long plates of megasteel. It also sported one rotating quad turret at the back of the ship, which was well hidden between its two powerful plasma drives. Leaving a long trail of ionized gas, the ship careened to the side, and rays from the local star shone upon its name – FSS (Free Spacer Ship) Princess Frog, written in Cyrillic. To an educated observer who had remote knowledge of Terran fauna, that ship would look quite similar to a frog. Its forward sensor-package even protruded forward from the ship’s nose, giving the impression of a tongue-like appendage sticking out in search of food. And indeed, the ship’s instruments found something – far ahead, at the center of this asteroid cluster, there was an area devoid of rock, but full of man-made debris. Sitting inside the navigator’s command pod was that same spacesuit-wearing young woman from the outer hull paintings. Her beautiful face was sweaty – in complete concentration, her eyes were transfixed on the shuttle’s holo displays, reading all the navigational data her computer could provide. From outside the ship, one couldn’t see her delicate small fingers, speedily flying over her ship’s piloting controls, evading asteroids of all sizes." https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079K62S78

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I am starting a special, Minds exclusive sale! You can purchase my first book, Starshatter, directly from me and with tokens! You only need to send me a message, wire 2 tokens and I will send it directly to your email - either in Kindle format or PDF. Starting today, this unique opportunity will end March the 23rd. Do not miss your chance to experience this exciting and full of spaceship blasting, pirate chasing adventure that is the Starshatter universe! I will roll my black, heavily armored dice, once during this sale and may the Universe smile upon you then, because one copy of "Twin Suns Of Carrola" will be yours! At the end of this sale, one of you lucky space adventurers will be eligible to win a FREE copy of my third book "Treads Of Vengeance"! #starshatter #books #promotions #indieauthors #art The Amazon links for your convenience: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079K62S78 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HFCQC7C https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MKS8PB9

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Watch Now - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVAiTPDhAY8&t=0s&index=2&list=PLxQaod7tWvYJ1SzpBrNI7fm38PIoEKMxS Ocasio-Cortez Accused Of MAJOR Ethics Violation, Paying Boyfriend. Ocasio-Cortez's boyfriend was granted an official house email and people began to question if she hired her boyfriend. She denied this. But now questions are arising around payments her boyfriend Riley Roberts received while presumably living in Arizona. The payments came from the PAC that was supporting AOC and shortly after getting paid it is alleged that her boyfriend moved in with her in NYC, indirectly benefiting her. The far left candidate has denied any wrong doing and called this all lies and rumors. That may be the case but at any rate this does look like more DC swampy behavior. The criticism partly stems from the idea that the democratic socialist would oppose these types of behaviors.
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#Indieauthors #Sciencefiction #Spaceopera #Starshatter #Books "A lonely space shuttle was making its way through the asteroid field. The surrounding space was filled with irradiated, molten rocks – evidence left from a battle fought many decades ago. The outer hull of the shuttle was covered with armorplates, all beautifully painted over with various scenes depicting many heroic, ballsy deeds. The center figure was that of a young woman wearing a bulky, but extremely well-made spacesuit, armed with a long revolver-looking pistol. The girl had pale white skin, blue eyes – her long blond hair was braided, reaching below the waistline. Her ship was short, wide, and had thick wings, ending with vertical atmospheric stabilizers. The ship’s designer had used the space wisely, because it was created not only with exploration in mind but combat, too. Between those stabilizers, the shuttle had two long railguns mounted and armored to the side by long plates of megasteel. It also sported one rotating quad turret at the back of the ship, which was well hidden between its two powerful plasma drives. Leaving a long trail of ionized gas, the ship careened to the side, and rays from the local star shone upon its name – FSS (Free Spacer Ship) Princess Frog, written in Cyrillic. To an educated observer who had remote knowledge of Terran fauna, that ship would look quite similar to a frog. Its forward sensor-package even protruded forward from the ship’s nose, giving the impression of a tongue-like appendage sticking out in search of food. And indeed, the ship’s instruments found something – far ahead, at the center of this asteroid cluster, there was an area devoid of rock, but full of man-made debris. Sitting inside the navigator’s command pod was that same spacesuit-wearing young woman from the outer hull paintings. Her beautiful face was sweaty – in complete concentration, her eyes were transfixed on the shuttle’s holo displays, reading all the navigational data her computer could provide. From outside the ship, one couldn’t see her delicate small fingers, speedily flying over her ship’s piloting controls, evading asteroids of all sizes." https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079K62S78

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I am starting a special, Minds exclusive sale! You can purchase my first book, Starshatter, directly from me and with tokens! You only need to send me a message, wire 2 tokens and I will send it directly to your email - either in Kindle format or PDF. Starting today, this unique opportunity will end March the 23rd. Do not miss your chance to experience this exciting and full of spaceship blasting, pirate chasing adventure that is the Starshatter universe! I will roll my black, heavily armored dice, once during this sale and may the Universe smile upon you then, because one copy of "Twin Suns Of Carrola" will be yours! At the end of this sale, one of you lucky space adventurers will be eligible to win a FREE copy of my third book "Treads Of Vengeance"! #starshatter #books #promotions #indieauthors #art The Amazon links for your convenience: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079K62S78 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HFCQC7C https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MKS8PB9

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