Archive for May, 2016

Two Pages?


As you all are probably aware, I have two pages on Facebook. One is the catch-all that I typically refer to as my “goof-off” page. It’s used for keeping in touch with people, movie news, memes, and everything else that people normally use Facebook for. The other one is my fan page. But, busy as things are here, updates to my fan page keep getting put off, and forgotten about.

Question to you all: Should I continue trying to maintain two Facebook pages? Or just consolidate them into one?

Scott Harper

New Sasquatch Video

A friend of ours, the gentleman who runs the Bigtruth blog I’m currently doing some writing for, told Desirée Lee and I not too long ago that he had captured a sasquatch on video in the mountains not far from here. He took the video in southern Oregon.

As of yesterday afternoon, his video is on-line. It seems that he didn’t get footage and video of one sasquatch. He got two. And, if he’s right, they’re both big boys! Check out his video here!

So? What do you all think about that sasquatch video?

Scott Harper



It’s no secret that both Desirée Lee and myself strongly support the legalization of marijuana for medical use. And, given that I try to get a post up here on this blog/website everyday, Monday – Friday, each week, regardless of whether or not there’s anything new to report to my fans and readers, I’m trying something new. This will help with both of the above points. Starting today, I want to do a #MarijuanaMonday post here in support of the legalization of medical marijuana. So, expect a support post like this now on each Monday, Unless, of course, there’s a bit of on-topic writing news that I really need, or want, to get out there in front of you all. Hopefully my status as a bestselling author will help the cause of legalization.

Do any of you have any objections to a weekly #MarijuanaMonday post here? If so, please let me know.

Scott Harper

Happy Mother’s Day 2016


Sunday is Mother’s Day. Since I don’t typically update this blog on the weekends, I wanted to take today to wish those fans and readers to whom it’s applicable a very happy (and safe!) Mother’s Day!

Scott Harper



Like most people, I liked watching horror movies while I was growing up. Also like most people, I had one specific monster type that really freaked me out. I could handle vampires, ghosts, demons, genetic mutants, rampaging extra-terrestrials, and everything else you could through at me – with the exception of werewolves.

For some reason, werewolves scared me – badly! I don’t know what it was about them. But nothing got to me like a werewolf. What made it really bad was the fact that I wouldn’t be able to sleep until I saw the werewolf killed. That’s how most werewolf films end. So, terrified of the werewolf through I might have been, I’d have to sit through the entire movie to see the monster meet its demise at the end if I wanted to sleep.

Luckily, over time, I outgrew that fear of werewolves. Not that I’d want to meet one in full-change; especially at night! Now, I’m the guy writing the werewolves. Two of my books that are unavailable at the moment have used at least one werewolf in each. Plus, Desirée Lee  and I have the hit werewolf webcomic, “MoonWraith“, running. How did I go from being terrified to werewolves to writing about them? I’m still trying to figure that one out myself! I guess it’s some form of therapy. Do other writers end up taking things they were afraid of as children, and writing about them, too?

Scott Harper

More Ideas


Not long ago I mentioned here the ideas I have that I’m planning to work into “Ravenesque: Un-Familiar”. Since I’ve set that outline aside, more and more ideas have been coming to mind. One of them will not play much of a role in this opening novella of the series, but will have far-reaching impact throughout the series itself. The more I think about this, the more excited I get about it. More and more I’m looking forward to wrapping up the outline for “Warder: Sometimes Magick Just Isn’t Enough”, and getting back to “Ravenesque: Un-Familiar”!

Scott Harper



A couple of months ago I talked a little here about the State of Jefferson, and why my wife and I are so in favor of it happening. Well, here we are, barely into May. And we’re under water restrictions. If anyone reading this is in a political position to help the State of Jefferson come into being as a reality, please do so.

Scott Harper

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