Defending Earth: An Unofficial Sarah Jane Smith Charity Collection

No. 50 of 70 in the Miscellaneous short stories series
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By:M.H. Norris (ed.)
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Released:  October 2019
Publisher:  Adventures on Earth Productions
Format: paperback
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Note:  Unofficial charity short story collection in aid of the Cancer Research Institute.
Two of the contributor’s surnames are mis-spelt on the back cover: The correct spellings are Kara Dennison and Lillian Wanisko.

Cover blurb:
"I saw amazing things out there in Space — but there is strangeness out there to be found wherever you turn. Life on Earth can be an adventure too... you just need to know where to look!"

Sarah Jane Smith is perhaps one of Earth’s greatest defenders. Some grew up watching her adventures alongside two different Doctors, others met her in the revived series, and others fell in love with her when she returned with her own spin-off. Throughout it all, Sarah Jane Smith has stood for justice, for truth, and for the defense of the innocent.

What set a six-year-old Sarah Jane on the path she’d follow all her life? In a feature-length adventure, can Sarah Jane and the Doctor save London from disappearing in a morass of every possible London? In an independent investigation, can Sarah Jane discover who is murdering 60s pop stars — and when an 80s musical is put on about her life, can Sarah Jane get to the bottom of who’s putting the show on? All this an killer moths, the music of universal spheres, and stories especially exploring each of the Bannerman Road kids.

Proceeds from Defending Earth will go to the Cancer Research Institute. They are dedicated to harnessing our immune system’s power to control and potentially cure all types of cancer.

Defending Earth features stories by Kara Dennsion [sic], Jon Black, Niki Haringsma, James Macaronas, James Bojaciuk, Anna Maloney, Josh Wanisko and his daughter, Lillian Waniso [sic], Tina Marie DeLucia, Scarlett Ward, William J. Martin, M.H. Norris, Harry King, Sophie Iles and Anne-Laure Tuduri.

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