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“The Most Powerful Soldier in the World” – A Serial Story

Galatea, Inc. © Paul Hair, 2017.
“The Most Powerful Soldier in the World” might end up being a series within the universe of Galatea, Inc. Or it might not be. If it is, it will be a sub-series of the universe that focuses on a particular character. And while it will adhere to the Galatea, Inc. rule of having more-than-normal female characters (something my other writings likely will have as well), it will be a bit more grounded than other tales in this particular universe. This series also has the potential to address a lot of real-world challenges in unique but realistic ways. Here’s more about it.

The story opens with a brief prologue and then switches to Yemen. Jeremiah Quinn is an enlisted soldier in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard, and he deals with both the expected and unexpected in the war zone. And during this deployment, one of the unexpected things that happens causes him great trouble and also eventually leads to a major life change, which subsequently leads to how he winds up with the title of the most powerful soldier in the world.

No solid start date yet for this story. But as is with most of the stories I’m currently writing, I plan to publish it serially here at Liberate Liberty and simultaneously at Liberty Island Magazine.

And as always, if you’d like to see original, commissioned artwork for it (instead of my creations), you can help towards that end by purchasing my published books and by contributing to me for my published work at Liberty Island Magazine through the PayPal link that is posted there.

No guarantees of original artwork with any purchases of my books or contributions to me, but that is the only way of there being any possibility of original artwork. Furthermore, it supports my writing, including all the free stories I have already published and that I am about to publish.

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