The Forgetful Alien - Scott Gordon - ebook

When Gabbo Nezzorite accidentally crashes into Santa's sleigh one Christmas Eve, things go terribly wrong. Unfortunately for one particular child, The Forgetful Alien shows up at their door. "By chance, do you have a multi-matrix particle phone handy?" he asks. "Ok, about a copy of Fruit Ninja?"Approximately 5,500 silly, silly (ok, very silly) words and 16 pieces of out-of-this-world computer-generated art.

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© 2017 Scott Gordon. All rights reserved.

No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form (electronic, mechanical or otherwise) without the express written consent of the author.

This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are either products of the author’s imagination or used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locations or persons living or dead is entirely coincidental.

E-book layout, formatting and design by Scott Gordon.

Written, edited and produced in the United States of America. Scott Gordon is proud to represent beautiful Orlando, Florida.

Image(s) licensed by and © Oleg Zhevelev (#3621086, #3687021, #3610802, #4236804, #3544287, #3539368, #3599454, #3604128, #3617336, #3604203, #3857555, #3638719, #3715978, #3700705), Santosh Chavan (#8202434, #8202729) and Kostiantyn Schastnyi (#7527652). Additional black and white illustration(s) by Alfredo Intoci.

First Edition (v1.0)

Published on October 27, 2017

Last updated on December 20, 2017

Table of Contents

Title Page

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Chapter 1: Season’s Greetings

Chapter 2: Gabby

Chapter 3: Scrambled

Chapter 4: A Few Calculations

Chapter 5: Special K

Chapter 6: Big Money

Chapter 7: Cha-Ching

Chapter 8: Crude

Chapter 9: Best Friends

Chapter 10: A Weight Lifted

Chapter 11: Guitar Hero

Chapter 12: The One and Only

Chapter 13: A Final Wish

From Parts Unknown

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Chapter 1: Season’s Greetings

One winter night, there was a knock at my door, by a strange, little creature I’d never seen before.

“Greetings, humanoid,” said an alien with creamy, green skin and a large muzzle for a nose. “The funniest thing just happened. While I was flying around, a crazy, old man in a sleigh rammed into my saucer, causing me to crash in a snow bank not far from here. When I awoke, a band of elves tied me up and left me on your doorstep. It’s quite cold out here, so I was wondering... Could I crash at your place tonight?”

I slammed the door shut and shook my head. Halloween was bad enough, but Christmas Eve?

“Please, don’t leave me out here,” he cried. “I’m all alone in this foreign wasteland, and you’re the only friendly humanoid I’ve encountered.”

I rubbed my eyes and looked through the peephole. Indeed, there was an alien lying on my doorstep. “What are you?” I asked.

“Oh, just your everyday pint-sized explorer from Planet G,” he replied.

“Planet what?”

“G. It’s a humble, little planet not unlike your own. Without all of the crazy humanoids, of course.” He sneezed. “Oh, I think I might be coming down with something. Please let me in. I’m quite the genius, you see.”

“Hmm... I don’t know about that...” I scratched my chin. “Why are you green? Are you sick?”

“Homesick, that’s all. And cold. So very, very cold.”

“But what if you have some sort of disease?”

“I beg your pardon. I come from a planet much cleaner than yours, with a warm climate that rarely dips below 70 degrees. Back home, we’ve eliminated 99.9% of all viruses. The remaining portion come from meteors that strike our planet, but we’ve eliminated most of them, too. How could you possibly be worried about contracting an alien infection when you have creatures like Justin Bieber running around the planet?”


“Oh, nothing. Please let me in. Pretty please...” he whined.

I cracked open the door. “Well, I guess I could-”

“Splendid!” He snapped off the ribbons and scurried through the door.

“Hey, wait!” I ran after him.

Chapter 2: Gabby