Science Fiction / Adventure

Five Moons Craving a Hero

September 14, 2012
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A soldier is caught up in the middle of an interstellar war, tasked with rescuing the princess he loves and solving a two-thousand-year-old mystery that just might yield the secret to bringing peace to both sides of the galaxy.

Indie author Paul T. Harry

In Paul T. Harry‘s science fiction epic “The 5 Moons of Tiiana,” Captain Rez Cantor is commander of the Imperial Army’s Shadow Guard, and is the personal attache to Princess Leanna, the sixteen-year-old daughter of the Emperor and sole heir to the throne.

On the eve of a treaty-signing to end the twelve-year war between the alien-hybrid Relcor and the Empire, Rez learns that the Imperial family has been marked for death. Under orders from his Queen, Rez is given his final command: save the Princess at all costs.

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And he appears to save her – until their escaping spacecraft is sent hurtling to the far reaches of the galaxy.

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Who were Paul T. Harry’s literary influences?

Oh, you may have heard of them. Edgar Rice Burroughs. Robert A. Heinlein. Arthur C Clark. Jack L. Chalker.

Paul told blogger Mary Ann Loesch of “All Things Writing” how, as a boy growing up in Las Vegas, his father was also a big influence on him:

I can’t remember exactly how young I was when he first gave me a book to read, but I do remember the book itself. It was “A Princess of Mars” by Edgar Rice Burroughs. That book opened up the universe for me. It was unlike anything I had read before and I was smitten. From that point on, I devoured every book in the series, and from there I went onto Burroughs’ Tarzan series. Along the way, I took in books by Asimov, Frederick Pohl, Robert Heinlein and many others. These were the writers that inspired me and filled my head with dreams of fantastic ambition. They were the cornerstone for me wanting to become a writer—that and the other curse my father gave me. He insisted that I learned how to type.

Through October 15, 2012 you can win a “5 Moons of Tiiana” T-shirt if you review Paul’s book:

…in a effort to stir the pot, Sphere Publishing has decided to try something a little different to pique everyone’s interest–a free drawing for (10) yes, TEN – 5 Moons of Tiiana T-Shirts.

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One Response to Five Moons Craving a Hero

  1. September 15, 2012 at 8:25 am

    Wonderful interview. I loved The 5 Moons Of Tiiana and it was great to hear Paul talk about it – so much better than any written interview, it really brought the book and characters to life for me and it was great to have it confirmed that not only will there be a sequel but also a prequel.

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