Friday, November 27, 2020

The Burning Son by TH Leatherman - Audio Book Tour

Author: TH Leatherman

Narrator: Russell Archey

Length: 7 hours 59 minutes

Series: The Burning Son, Book 1

Publisher: Fivefold Publishing LLC

Released: Aug. 12, 2020

Genre: Science Fiction; Space Opera

Pilot Mark Martin must flee his homeworld of Yale when the Erethizon theocracy overwhelms the defenses. His father, an influential senator, is captured. Now Mark must find a way to save his dad before the resistance is crushed, and with it, all hope of ending the occupation. A chance encounter with a smuggler captain may be his only hope. Will they help, or will the crew sell him to the alien invaders?

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 TH Leatherman is a writer from Firestone, Colorado. He enjoys science fiction, fantasy, winemaking, and the Rocky Mountain lifestyle. When not busy writing his next book, he can be found hiking with his wife and two sons or walking his rescued dogs. He worked as a stockbroker for twenty years before he started writing full time. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Regis University with a degree in Business Management and a minor in Psychology. He has released four books, The Burning Son, Marque of the Son, Son Rise, Twin Sons and The Son Set, an omnibus edition of the first three books.
Russell Archey loves the spoken word. Whether you need a story told, a product marketed, or a character brought to life, he takes both great pleasure and pride in voicing your project. Let him bring his passion and skill for the art to your creative venture. Clean, warm sound. Full and rich narration. Villainous vs. Heroic. Energetic and Upbeat! Smooth or Gravelly. Serious and heavy...or Light and Humorous! Lurch with a heart of gold or sinister evil lurking in the shadows. Russell is what you need him to be!

Character Interview – Pythia

  1. What’s your name, age, and race? – Pythia, 9 I think, to be honest, I’m not even sure when my birthday is, Terran
  2. What do you do? – I see stuff. Lot’s of stuff about things that haven’t happened yet. Pretty cool, huh!
  3. What is your goal? – Goal? I guess help people. I like doing that.
  4. What was life like for you growing up? – Uh, kinda weird. Dark. I mean adults think I’m spooky, and most kids freak out because I’m blind, but since it’s all I’ve ever known, it’s normal for me. I have friends though. There are other orphans on the station and they come and see me a lot.
  5. What do you do for fun? – I play dolls and do sculptures and I have some cool puzzles. I mean, I don’t get out much, which is okay I guess, since I can’t see anything anyway, except in my head. I get these visions, so I see lots of places I’ve never really been to.
  6. What is your biggest fear? – Being alone. I mean, I never really knew my parents and creeping a lot of people out. Reggie found me and gave me a home. He’s kinda mean to most people and kinda mean to me too sometimes, but he found Sandy for me. She was a really scary mercenary, but now she’s my protector. I think of her as my mom, but to be honest I’m not sure what that really means.
  7. What do you feel are your strengths? – Duh, I see the future dummy.
  8. Where could you improve? – Like, what do I want to change about me? Easy, I want to see. I mean everyone else gets to see, why not me?
  9. What is your relationship status? – Huh? Like boys? Uh, I guess they’re okay. I mean, I get that they have penises and all, but since I freak them out, it’s not like I talk to any of them. I mean, adult guys don’t count, they just want me to tell them the future.
  10. What is your relationship with your parents like? – I don’t remember them. Sandy’s nice though. She takes care of me. I worry about her though. She screams in her sleep, but she doesn’t know I hear that.

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