Bill Parker

Bill Parker is a world traveler, having spent most of his career engineering high-tech manufacturing systems for companies around the world. He was a Contributing Editor for Modern Astronomy Magazine, when it was based in Buffalo, New York, working mainly on astrophotography articles and projects.

Bill Parker has been a Black Belt in Isshin Ryu Karate and a martial artist for more than thirty years. The times when all that stood between him and certain death was his martial arts gave Bill the indomitable spirit that pervades his thinking and writing to this day.

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Five Moons: Resurrection is the story of Dallas Blake. By the end of the Corporate War, he had lost everything: his wife, his daughter, his whole family. He was a man in need of far more than just a new beginning. What Dallas needed was a resurrection. Five Moons: Resurrection is the story of his crew of misfits, every bit in need of resurrection as Dallas.
In our darkest hour, Dallas Blake first stepped foot upon the decks of the Five Moons and changed everything. He didn’t know that evil men had conspired to destroy the ship and its crew when he bought a ship that was never meant for sale. Dallas found the crew they thought was lost and gone forever. He saved the Five Moons.

The Five Moons battled pirates and fought Mercs, all to make the Outworlds a safer place to live. They went wherever they were needed. Making a difference started with them. The Five Moons had become the Nexus of Fates and Evil’s worst nightmare. So Evil set in motion a plan, a masterpiece of evil. Like the gears of a clockwork angel of death, Evil’s plan moved relentlessly toward its inevitable conclusion.

Dallas Blake found beauty in the light of four moons and set them free, but he didn’t find me. Only he can do what it takes to set me free. Unless he does, none of us will survive. I am the fifth moon.
“Evil men conspired to have a starship destroyed, to disappear its crew forever. But the Anoza chose me to save the Five Moons. I didn’t know any of that when I bought a ship that was never meant for sale. I didn’t know when I first stepped foot upon its decks that I changed everything … But I know it now. And save Five Moons? Damned straight I will.”

“I am Dallas Blake, outworlder to the nines. By the end of the war, I had lost everything. I bought the ship to start over. And you know that crew they thought was lost and gone forever? Well, think again. The crew and I go wherever we are needed. Making a difference starts with us.”

“Mankind was cast into the outer darkness because of the evil in our hearts. So I have my work cut out for me. How about you? Would you like to make a difference? But I have to warn you: The action never stops for the crew of the Five Moons.”
Five Moons: Convolute drops you right into the middle of the action as the Syndicate’s last mobsters hunt down a Special Forces agent in the streets of Habston, the biggest little city on Panara-5. It quickly becomes a running gun battle as Dallas Blake and the crew of the Five Moons tries to save him. Special Forces enlists the Five Moons to transport their agents to Daggan-7, but the alien mysteries of this ship, are not about to give Dallas any breaks. In the worst of places, Dallas suddenly finds himself embroiled in yet another alien enigma with only a cryptic message. Even so, the gut-wrenching twists and turns of fate don’t quit. Trying to escape from one villain, Dallas and crew fall right into the hands of yet another — Sarsen Tabbot, the Mercenary Commander responsible for the death of Dallas’ whole family. If you love to hate a good villain, Five Moons: Convolute will give you a couple of real doozies to get your blood boiling. This story is as convoluted as it gets.
My own people, Anoza not humans, came in the night to kill me, to kill my unborn child, to finish an ancient evil. Only Dallas Blake, wounded and bleeding, stood against them, but he did. It was all that we could do to just fight for our very lives, but that was not the end of it. The evil ones had kidnaped my father.

How much worse could this get? To rescue my father, the Five Moons would be pitted against unknown forces with technology a million years more advanced. A whole Merc rebellion was coming to a boil out beyond the Seven Pillars, right where the Five Moons needed to go. It was led by Dallas’ arch nemesis, Sarsen Tabbot. And then we would have to cross the Great Rift into unknown Anoza space.

But the Five Moons is more than just a starship. It is the Nexus of Fates. It chose each one of us for a reason. Its last choice could blow this whole thing wide open.
Before the time of man, according to the ancient legends, the gods walked the earth. The Egyptians had a name for this time. They called it ‘Zep Tepi’ -- the First Time. That time is where this story began. Five Moons: Zep Tepi picks up the story ten thousand years later…

It all started with an emergency call from a world at the farthest edges of explored space.

“You are our only hope,” they tell Dallas Blake and the crew of the Five Moons. A deadly virus will kill them all if the Five Moons doesn’t get the vaccine to them right away. But, like every other mission the Five Moons has taken on, this was but the tip of the iceberg. One thing was certain -- someone tried to kill these people.

But the Five Moons was the Nexus of Fates. It had chosen each member of the crew for a reason. Then it chose Star, but it wasn’t done with them yet. Its next choice would become a light, shining into the darkness.
The highly acclaimed saga of the Five Moons continues as Tales of the Green Jinn: Dragon Eyes carries this action-packed adventure into the future. Dragon Eyes is a mystical walk on the wild side of science fiction.

As I recall, it all started with a dream. I awoke from that dream only to find that we had a mission the Five Moons could not handle. Can you believe that? The Five Moons. So it was that my father brought me to a secret – a whole new ship -- the Green Jinn. Everything about the Green Jinn was an illusion, and nobody even knew she existed. Admiral Dallas Blake made me captain of the Green Jinn.

That was how the Green Jinn began its first mission – to hunt down the worst interplanetary crime boss that ever existed. David Zharn was so far beyond evil that even Admiral Johnson could not nail this scum, but we would not let Admiral Johnson down. It all started out with the best of intentions. That’s when everything went sideways.
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