Educator, Author Raoul Hawkins Provides a Bizarre Romp Through Science, Space and Scandal

New book brings entertainment industry together with politics, future society.

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combines the bizarre elements of science fiction and entertainment with the thought-provoking subjects of science, human mortality and the future of society

SYDNEY (PRWEB) January 08, 2014

What if the entertainment industry ruled the United States?

“They Don’t Have Horses on the Moon: Daisylands” tells one man’s journey of waking up in a transformed world where his life is not how he left it, and a previously cryogenically frozen entertainment mogul is president of the United States.

Author Raoul Hawkins explores some of the creative possibilities of space travel, science and human biochemistry in the future. Combining science fiction, mystery and adventure, Hawkins capitalizes on his creative background in music and writing to invent an engaging and intriguing look at the future of technology and biology.

“I wanted to write an enjoyable and adventure-filled story,” said Hawkins. “The book combines the bizarre elements of fun science fiction and entertainment with the thought-provoking subjects of science, human mortality and the future of society.”

For more information, please visit bookstore.iuniverse.com.

They Don’t Have Horses on the Moon: Daisylands
By: Raoul Hawkins
Paperback: $10.95
E-Book: $3.99
ISBN: 9781475992281

Available at bookstore.iuniverse.com, amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com

About the author
Raoul Hawkins is a musician, educator and author. He has pursued his education across the globe, including Australia, England and the United States. Hawkins currently lives in Sydney, Australia with his two children.


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