A Bright Light Over My Bus

A Bright Light Over My Bus

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by Jennifer White
     
 

Do you wonder what it’s like to be haunted by things you can’t see? To be terrorized by your own toys? To have no one believe you, not even the people who claim to make it their business to listen? Jennifer White knows.

This living book is the personal, true experience of an alien abductee who didn’t even know she was an abductee –

Overview

Do you wonder what it’s like to be haunted by things you can’t see? To be terrorized by your own toys? To have no one believe you, not even the people who claim to make it their business to listen? Jennifer White knows.

This living book is the personal, true experience of an alien abductee who didn’t even know she was an abductee – until a researcher made her mad.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000724767
Publisher:
The Writers of the Apocalypse
Publication date:
10/20/2009
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
179,875
File size:
130 KB

Meet the Author

The Writers of the Apocalypse is a creative coalition of writers and comic makers that joined together for the common cause of creation. It is not an official publishing house, although its founder Katrina Joyner often ponders if she could survive by going that route.


Most things published under the Apocalypse label are issues of Akashik, Heavenly Bride, and 10 Confessions & A Kiss.


It's members are:


Katrina Joyner "Death"


Jenny Anderson "Conquest"


Rebecca Pinder "War"


Tim Belcher "Pestilence"


Halona Brooks "Mascot"


Justin Kennard - friend and maker of Bloodbound comic

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A Bright Light Over My Bus 2.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The experiences this woman has had in her life could have made a really interesting novel. Instead she gives us 26 pages of drivel.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story was lame We humans are all that exist
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Finally, someone who values finding the truth of their experiences. Kudos to Jennifer for being a contentious human with a rather healthy ego despite her history. Makes me think that there is hope for us after all.
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