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A Futurom novel by
Gloria Trubbshore
Futurom (Futuristic-Romance)

Another planet like the earth.

‘the possibility of life on other worlds’ globe, planet, sphere, satellite,

moon, star, heavenly body, orbsociety, circle, arena, milieu, province, domain,

territory, orbit, preserve, realm, field, discipline, area, department, sector,

section, group, division


Upside down.

‘the fairground ride turned riders turvy’ upside down, the wrong side up,

head over heels, inverted, reversed, upset, backwards, vice versa in disorder,

disordered, disorderly, in confusion, confused, mixed up, in a muddle, muddled,

in a jumble, jumbled, in chaos, chaotic, disorganized, messy, untidy, in disarray,

in a mess, awry, askew, upside down, upset, disrupted, at sixes and sevens


a (1): a medieval tale based on legend, chivalric love and adventure, or

the supernatural.

(2): a prose narrative treating imaginary characters involved in events

remote in time or place and usually heroic, adventurous, or mysterious

(3): a love story especially in the form of a novel

b: a class of such literature

2: something (such as an extravagant story or account) that lacks a basis

in fact

3: an emotional attraction or aura belonging to an especially heroic era,

adventure, or activity

About the Author

Nik Gehenna is a writer of 62 years living with his wife, two dogs and four cats. He is the author of “Mirror of Illusion,” “Mirror of Delusion,” “Mrs. Meggins from the Pie Shop,” “Glimpserama,” “Remember Next Week,” “Axevictim,” “Invasion of the Zernoplat,” “Murder Museum” (under the name Major Roxbrough); and “Ba?lupta” (under the name Gloria Trubbshore).

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