Hilarious! Oh man, who knew the future was such a mess of worlds getting to know one another? This may not have been your view, but I highly recommend it! -Amazon Vella Review
The Cosmic Tattler –
Bringing You The Latest News From Around
The Galaxy and Beyond! Earth Edition
This story is part of Kindle Vella’s serialized story program. Each story is divided into short episodes. You can read the first three for FREE. Then each additional episode costs pennies. Right now this program is available for US readers only.
Ever wondered what’s out there in the cosmos? Think space is scary and full of monsters? It’s not.
Actually, it’s filled with wacky and weird beings who just want to stop by and say “Hi”. How do we know, you ask? We’re the editors of The Cosmic Tattler, the best and only intergalactic news agency. We are tasked by The Consortium to inform Fledgling and Traveler planets of news throughout the cosmos.
Did we mention that we’re the best intergalactic news agency, ever? But don’t take our word for it. Check out this very positive review from Eck of the planet Zodia in the Sagittarius Galaxy: “The Tattler has a unique sense of journalism.
This news agency has been around for so long it doesn’t have much respect for anyone. There’s no telling what’s going to be sent out. But fear not, the Tattler has all the regular features of any newspaper or news media and as a bonus comes with a batch of seasoned editors who never skip a chance for delicious editorial comments.
This is why I NEVER miss an edition!” Don’t miss the opportunity to find out all the happenings in the universe. You’ll be glad you did.
About the Author
Rita Pangburn’s Hi there! I’m an aging, flaming redhead who hails from Cincinnati, Ohio which is almost in the middle of the Earth domain USA. I’ve always believed the cosmos was created with a magnificent sense of absurdity. I love it that way! What better way to share my love of this silly and absurd universe that we live in than to show that all beings are more alike than they are different. We’re all just a bunch of goof-balls trying to figure it out as we go. As you’ll find out when you read the Cosmic Tattler.
My favorite genres are humor and science fiction. Early on I loved reading the Peanuts© comic strip, and then moved on to James Thurber, Jerome K. Jerome and P.G. Wodehouse. I know, all these are old staples reveal my many sun rotations. But’s let’s face it, funny never goes out of style.
My favorite scifi authors are Anne McCaffrey, Ursula K. Le Guin and I’m especially fond of Connie Willis. Combining humor and science fiction makes practical good sense in my mind as both require the stretching one’s mind into situations that are absurd and are often silly.