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Consulting

I’m the bestselling, award-winning author of 30+ published short stories, eight novels, and one novella. My wife Desirée Lee, and myself write, and create the hit mature audience werewolf horror webcomic “MoonWraith”. I’ve also done other comic book work, and branched out into screenplays.

Also, I’m Wiccan, and have made a study and practice of magick. Years of my life have also been devoted to the study of, and dealing with, various aspects of the supernatural, and cryptozoology.

I’d be willing and able to work in the capacity of a consultant in any of the above topics, or fields. That goes for research projects, books, or practical applications. Please just contact me via my website. I have no doubt that we can work out a fair fee for my time and energies. I look forward to hearing from you!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

Consultant

I’m a bestselling author. Most of my work falls into the genres of fantasy, paranormal, or horror. I’ve had over thirty short stories published, along with nine books, and have been hired for comic book, and movie projects. Also, my wife and I have comic projects in the works, and are co-authoring three book projects at once. I’m also soon to be writing a screenplay with someone else, as well.

Given these credentials, I feel that I’m qualified to make the following offer. I’m willing to hire myself, my experience, and my first-hand knowledge out as a writing consultant in the areas of short fiction, novels, comic books, and screenplays.

Anyone interested, please contact me via my website with some information regarding the project(s) in question that you would like me to consult on. We can work out a fair cost. Naturally, the longer the project, or the longer duration the consult, the higher my required cost would be. My preferred payment method would be PayPal – loathe though I am to involve that company in anything. If you would rather make payment for consultation fees by some other method, please let me know, and we’ll discuss it.

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

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