Paradigm Shift Released

June 8, 2008, 2008 (San Dimas, CA) Firefighter-Writers.com, a website dedicated to listing firefighters and other emergency services personnel who have written books announced that Firefighter Harry S. Franklin has released his new book.

 Harry S. Franklin was born in London, England, in 1972 and currently lives in Aptos, California.  He works as a Firefighter and Paramedic for the Santa Clara Fire Department (California) and spends his free time developing his talents as a writer.  He became a paramedic at the age of nineteen, making him one of the youngest paramedics ever in California.  Prior to becoming a paramedic he served as a State Beach Lifeguard in Santa Cruz for three seasons. 

He has been happily married to his wife Michelle for over ten years, and is the proud father of two beautiful daughters, Rose and Sara.  His unique career and lifestyle have given him a wisdom and sense of perspective that transcends his thirty-five years of age.  Besides literature, his fields of interest and study include mythology, psychology, theology and philosophy.  His influences include the teachings of Friedrich Nietzsche, Albert Camus, Carl Jung and Joseph Campbell.  He also enjoys many different physical sports including Rugby, Judo, Soccer, and mixed martial arts. Harry S. Franklin is the author of Paradigm Shift – Return of the Angels.

 According to the description of Paradigm Shift – Return of the Angels, it “draws a link between Angels from the Bible and aliens from outer space, while at the same time, thrilling its readers with a story about global catastrophe and alien invasion. Hailed for its literary merit and applauded for its bold ideas, Paradigm Shift promises to be entertaining and controversial”

 Firefighter-writers.com is a subsidiary of American Heroes Press; and, along with Police-Writers.com and Military-Writers.com now lists over 1,100 American Heroes who have written books.

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