Archive for April, 2014

“Rainbow Gold”

Some of my 30+ published short stories are on-line still and/or again. Here’s one called “Rainbow Gold” for you to enjoy: http://authspot.com/short-stories/rainbow-gold. This piece was originally written for a course in children’s literature.

Scott Harper

http://www.scottharper.net

Wrapped Comic Project Edits

Edits are done on the Issue #5 script for “MoonWraith”—www.MoonWraith.com—and the actual finished pages for Issue #2 of “Confluence”. What does this mean for fans of myself and Desirée Lee? It means good times are coming!

 

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Artwork will begin on Issue #5 of “MoonWraith” very soon, now that the script is good to go. Currently, Issue #4 is running on the site—a new page each and every Monday, just as you’ve come to expect. The pace of the story is picking up in Issue #4, and continues to do so in Issue #5. We know some of you were enjoying the all-out werewolf carnage action in the earlier issues. We did, too, and there will be plenty more of that to come in the future. For now, we’re getting into more dialogue-heavy pages that focus more on characterization, and plot development/forwarding. Some of these things are setting up for more of the werewolf horror/action that will come in the future. Now, onto another topic before I start tossing out spoilers!

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Expect news regarding the official launch of “Confluence” in the near future. Desirée and I plan to release the series bi-monthly—assuming our personal and other professional obligations allow us to do so. Our plan is to offer each issue of “Confluence” both in e-format and print. As we keep saying, “Confluence” will be unlike anything you’ve ever read before. It will be a mash-up of science fiction and fantasy that we think all of our fans will enjoy. “Confluence” will be published via Umbral Press—www.UmbralPress.com.

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Scott Harper
www.scottharper.net

“Presence”

Some of my 30+ published short stories are on-line still and/or again. Here’s one called “Presence” for you to enjoy: http://authspot.com/short-stories/presence-3. At the time when this was written, it was the longest project I’d penned.

Scott Harper

http://www.scottharper.net

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