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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Tea Leaf Tales: A new breakthrough in Renewable Energy—SEA COW STOVES!

Join the green revolution and heat your home with SAFE, CLEAN FLORIDA SUNSHINE!

In answer to the demand for renewable energy sources, Manatee Megacorp has developed this amazing new product—the Sea Cow Stove. It is powerful enough to comfortably heat an entire warehouse or the smallest bedroom thanks to a photosensitive thermostat.

During winter along Florida’s Gulf Coast, this natural concept has been secreted for centuries by sea cows in order to survive plummeting water temperatures without need to fully hibernate. Recently discovered in manatee preserves, this heat source is a careful amalgam of seaweed and bacteria in a symbiotic energy exchange system initiated by exposure to strong UV index 10 wavelengths.

Reproduced by Manatee Megacorp, the luminescence is safe and releases no toxic fumes, noxious odors, or harmful by-products. The Sea Cow Stove, patent pending, passes all federal safety standards. The device works best if located near a source of natural light—low to high sunlight or even moonlight—to maintain the symbiosis.

Manatee Megacorp is looking for volunteers to test this product in a variety of climates. The first fifty people to respond to this ad will also receive a smaller car version. Note: best used in cars parked outdoors.

Tea Leaf Tales is a series of original ten-sentence short stories by Marsha A. Moore, relating to photos/scenes that resonate with her. 

Marsha A. Moore is a writer of fantasy romance. The magic of art and nature spark life into her writing. 

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Read Marsha's COON HOLLOW TALES of paranormal romance and her ENCHANTED BOOKSTORE LEGENDS for adventurous epic fantasy romance. For a FREE ebook download, read her historic fantasy, LE CIRQUE DE MAGIE, available at Amazon and Smashwords.


Suzy said...

How can I try the sea cow stove?

Marsha A. Moore said...

I wish I knew, Suzy! I'd like to try one, too. Thanks for reading!