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In a post yesterday, I talked about how I plan to get back to using this blog more. I talked about what I plan to do here. You can, of  course, expect at least the occasional DC Comics post tossed in, too. As I’m sure you all know by now, I’m a long-time, die-hard DC Comics fan.

So, expect a blend of news/updates on my writing, posts dealing with cryptozoology/paranormal topics, and DC Comics here. Unique? Probably. Will it work? It’s worked here in the past. As I said yesterday, I’m just owning it, and making it official.

Stay tuned!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

New “Hidden Tribe” #BookReview

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Check out this great new book review for “Hidden Tribe”, the newest release from Desirée Lee, and myself!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

Bookstores?

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We’re in the process of contacting indie author friendly bookstores all over the USA, and Canada, asking them to stock our latest release, “Hidden Tribe“. If you own a bookstore, I’m asking you now to, please, help us out by getting a copy or two of “Hidden Tribe” on your shelves. If you know someone who owns, or works at a bookstore, please ask them to stock “Hidden Tribe” for us. Every store that stocks even a single copy is doing us a huge favor by making the book that much more visible to the public.

 

Here’s an excerpt from a pre-publication review of the book by a fortean researcher:

 

“The story was different as it showed the perspective of the creatures themselves and depicted the very real conflict of researchers and individuals in the field who hold different views and values on whether the creature should be killed or not. I appreciate a different kind of storyline and approach to the subject and feel that the writers of the story did a wonderful job making the reader enthralled better educated on the subject at hand and anticipating what is on the next page throughout the read.

I recommend this novel to anyone who likes a good tale and has an interest in the subject of Bigfoot. Keep up the great work Scott and Desiree and thank you both for depicting these mysterious creatures in a more serious and humanistic way. I can’t wait to see what you write next!”

 

“Hidden Tribe” (·  ISBN-10: 1939378060 ·  ISBN-13: 978-1939378064 260-pages-long)

 

Sasquatch—they live peacefully in the forests, and woodlands. They want little, or nothing, to do with humans, and our civilization. As a whole, sasquatch are tranquil, quiet beings who live harmoniously with nature, and avoid us.

But what happens when humans refuse to return the favor?

Researcher Alexia Hollander is about to find out. When she ventures into the mountains of the Pacific Northwest, seeking evidence of the elusive species, things quickly get out of hand. Another researcher deliberately gets in Alexia’s way. Campers, and hunters bumble in, adding their own disruptive presence to the quiet work that Alexia wants to perform.

With their home territory invaded by humans, a mated pair of sasquatch keep the intruders under close surveillance. They aren’t happy about the presence of the trespassers, and want them gone. Just how far will these normally restrained beings go to protect their family, and themselves? Alexia, and her unwanted companions are about to find out!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

#ReadABookDay

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Hello, everyone!

I had meant to get back to a regular schedule for this blog. As you’ve noticed, I’m sure, that has yet to happen. Between health issues – mine, and those of immediate family – and our daughter’s school being closed this week due to the fair – so many local students are involved in the FFA, that schools in this area close down for the week of the fair – I’ve barely been on-line, or done much of anything. Hopefully this blog can get back on track at some point!

But, in happier news, today is a great holiday to celebrate. It’s Read A Book Day! Celebrate by grabbing you own copy of “Hidden Tribe“, the latest release book by myself, and my wife Desirée Lee.

Hidden Tribe

Sasquatch—they live peacefully in the forests, and woodlands. They want little, or nothing, to do with humans, and our civilization. As a whole, sasquatch are tranquil, quiet beings who live harmoniously with nature, and avoid us.

But what happens when humans refuse to return the favor?

Researcher Alexia Hollander is about to find out. When she ventures into the mountains of the Pacific Northwest, seeking evidence of the elusive species, things quickly get out of hand. Another researcher deliberately gets in Alexia’s way. Campers, and hunters bumble in, adding their own disruptive presence to the quiet work that Alexia wants to perform.

With their home territory invaded by humans, a mated pair of sasquatch keep the intruders under close surveillance. They aren’t happy about the presence of the trespassers, and want them gone. Just how far will these normally restrained beings go to protect their family, and themselves? Alexia, and her unwanted companions are about to find out!

Review by fortean researcher Thomas Curtain Jr.

As a field researcher and investigator ofover 25 years in the fields of cryptozoology, ufology and parapsychology, I am affiliated with many groups out there and I have spent my fair share of time searching for the elusive creature that we most commonly know as Bigfoot. Since I was a child I read every book I could get my hands on pertaining to the subject. I read a lot of nonfiction books but every once and a while I will read a novel on the subject if it is well written and based on facts. Hidden Tribe is just that.

I recently read Hidden Tribe written by my gifted friend Scott Harper and his lovely, talented wife Desiree Lee. This booknot only held my interest but was written in a way that used documented factual information about the creatures to help tell the story and clearly shows tha tthe authors did their research and didn’t just follow the Hollywood cookiecutter image of a Bigfoot as a vicious monster loose in the countryside destroying everything and everyone in it’s path for no apparent reason.

The story was different as it showed the perspective of the creatures themselves and depicted the very real conflict of researchers and individuals in the field who hold different views and values on whether the creature should be killed or not.I appreciate a different kind of storyline and approach to the subject and feel that the writers of the story did a wonderful job making the reader enthralled better educated on the subject at hand and anticipating what is on the next page throughout the read.

I recommend this novel to anyone who likes a good tale and has an interest in the subject of Bigfoot. Keep up the great work Scott and Desiree and thank you both for depicting these mysterious creatures in a more serious and humanistic way. I can’t wait to see what you write next!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

6th Bigtruth Article

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My most recent sasquatch historical article is now up on the Bigtruth blog. Check it out hereCheck it out here! This one deals with California.

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

Paperback Released

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The wait is over! The paperback edition of “Hidden Tribe“, the new book by Desirée Lee, and myself is now available! Find it here, enjoy, and, please, leave a review after reading. Thanks!

Hidden Tribe

Sasquatch—they live peacefully in the forests, and woodlands. They want little, or nothing, to do with humans, and our civilization. As a whole, sasquatch are tranquil, quiet beings who live harmoniously with nature, and avoid us.

But what happens when humans refuse to return the favor?

Researcher Alexia Hollander is about to find out. When she ventures into the mountains of the Pacific Northwest, seeking evidence of the elusive species, things quickly get out of hand. Another researcher deliberately gets in Alexia’s way. Campers, and hunters bumble in, adding their own disruptive presence to the quiet work that Alexia wants to perform.

With their home territory invaded by humans, a mated pair of sasquatch keep the intruders under close surveillance. They aren’t happy about the presence of the trespassers, and want them gone. Just how far will these normally restrained beings go to protect their family, and themselves? Alexia, and her unwanted companions are about to find out!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

Proof

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A proof for the print edition of “Hidden Tribe” is on the way! If all is well with it upon its arrival, we’ll accept the print set-up as-is. After we do that, it’s open season on the print edition of the newest novel by myself, and my wife Desirée Lee. Keep watching this blog/website for updates!

And, in the meantime, “Hidden Tribe” is already available in e-book. Find the link to the format for your preferred e-reader below:

Amazon Kindle: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FOWDAYQ

OmniLit: https://www.omnilit.com/product-hiddentribe-2039929-370.html

Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/hidden-tribe

Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/hidden-tribe-scott-harper/1123801926

“Hidden Tribe”

Sasquatch–they live peacefully in the forests, and woodlands. They want little, or nothing, to do with humans, and our civilization. As a whole, sasquatch are tranquil, quiet beings who live harmoniously with nature, and avoid us.

But what happens when humans refuse to return the favor?

Researcher Alexia Hollander is about to find out. When she ventures into the mountains of the Pacific Northwest, seeking evidence of the elusive species, things quickly get out of hand. Another researcher deliberately gets in Alexia’s way. Campers, and hunters bumble in, adding their own disruptive presence to the quiet work that Alexia wants to perform.

With their home territory invaded by humans, a mated pair of sasquatch keep the intruders under close surveillance. They aren’t happy about the presence of the trespassers, and want them gone. Just how far will these normally restrained beings go to protect their family, and themselves? Alexia, and her unwanted companions are about to find out!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

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