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New “Well Wishes” Trailer

Well Wishes Cover_HUGE

As I posted yesterday, I’m having new book trailers made for my first three novels – “Winter’s Rite“, “Well Wishes“, and “Gauntlet“. The previously existing trailers used covers for the books which were designed by a publisher I’m no longer with. As the original, self-published editions of these three books are still available, I’m having the new trailers made, using those covers.

Check out the new “Well Wishes” trailer here!

“Well Wishes”

When the Princess of the Elven kingdom is taken by a Well Spirit, the Elven king enlists the aid of Avari, the heroic Water Nix who was instrumental in the fall of Veemox the Ur’hunglav only months before. After his attempt to free the Princess results in Fyrnn being taken by the same Spirit, along with the Princess’s best friend, Avari is off on an ocean voyage to a distant, near-mythical island with a reputation from which it earned its name – the Island of Death. Once there, he must confront the terrible creatures which haunt the island in order to bargain with the most powerful Well Spirit of them all to gain the freedom of the captive Elf women. But time is running out for the enslaved Elves. Will Avari make it in time?

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

New “Winter’s Rite” Trailer

Winters Rite Cover_02

I’m having new book trailers made for my first three novels – “Winter’s Rite“, “Well Wishes“, and “Gauntlet“. The previously existing trailers used covers for the books which were designed by a publisher I’m no longer with. As the original, self-published editions of these three books are still available, I’m having the new trailers made, using those covers.

Check out the new “Winter’s Rite” trailer here!

“Winter’s Rite”

In a world where humans do not exist, dark magick has been used to bring an early winter down upon the land. It falls to a young Water Nix named Avari to seek out the source of this magick and put a stop to it. As his journey progresses, he encounters a myriad of other beings, some friends, some not.

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

Little People

Fae

Several times before I’ve talked on this blog/website about my keen interest in the paranormal, and the unknown. This article turned up in my e-mail yesterday. As a bestselling, award-winning, critically-acclaimed author of fantasy, and paranormal, as well as my own firsthand experiences, I always find this type of thing fascinating. Many of my fans and readers seem to also. So, I wanted to share this with all of you.

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

“Well Wishes”

Well Wishes Cover_HUGE

When the Princess of the Elven kingdom is taken by a Well Spirit, the Elven king enlists the aid of Avari, the heroic Water Nix who was instrumental in the fall of Veemox the Ur’hunglav only months before. After his attempt to free the Princess results in Fyrnn being taken by the same Spirit, along with the Princess’s best friend, Avari is off on an ocean voyage to a distant, near-mythical island with a reputation from which it earned its name – the Island of Death. Once there, he must confront the terrible creatures which haunt the island in order to bargain with the most powerful Well Spirit of them all to gain the freedom of the captive Elf women. But time is running out for the enslaved Elves. Will Avari make it in time?

Here are some things fans and reader have said about “Well Wishes“, the sequel to “Winter’s Rite“:

“This is a story of true heroism and devotion to others.”

“You can’t help but love this little Nix who doesn’t back down from danger when he sees someone in trouble.”

“Avari and Fyrnn have once again joined forces to save others. They were successful once, but this is a totally different enemy.”

“Along the way they meet many creatures, Water Faeries, Water Guardians, Bunyips and Dragons. Some are evil, and some are helpful and kind.”

Do you enjoy reading young adult (YA) fantasy literature? Then grab your copy of “Well Wishes” right now!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

New Faerie Photos?

Possible_Faerie

As you all know, I’m a bestselling, award-winning author. Most of my 30+ short stories, and my first couple of books – “Winter’s Rite” and “Well Wishes” – were fantasy. I have other works-in-progress in that genre, too. Partly because of sheer personal interest, and partly due to professional interests, I’m fascinated by faeries. So, when this new article began to circulate, it caught my attention.

What do you all think? Did this woman manage to accidentally catch a snapshot of a faerie while taking photos of the flowers?

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

Faerie Rampage?

Elf_Crossing

In recent weeks I’ve posted a couple of videos here on this blog/site that I’ve come across. Those two videos were of what their makers are claiming to be an elf, or some small, elf-like being, sighted near the family’s young son on both occasions. See those videos here and here if you haven’t, and are interested in doing so.

While some people might find it odd that a bestselling, award-winning author – me – would devote space to a blog with the focus on his career to such things, I’m doing so. I find these phenomena fascinating, personally. And most of my work falls into the paranormal, fantasy, and horror genres. Due to that, matters such as these are of interest to me for work reasons, too.

A new article has come to my attention. It focuses on a house in Ireland, and recent events surrounding it. According to the article, which can be read here, several people who have lived in that house in recent years have all died. Each passing was because of different circumstances. But each was murdered, or killed in an accident, while living in the same house. The residence in question is owned by a housing commission. Enough people want the building demolished after the string of deaths to sway some officials in that direction. So, the house might not be standing for much longer.

One of the main reasons behind the move to tear the house down seems to be a belief that faeries are responsible for this string of deaths. A folklorist has tried to determine if the house was built near sacred faerie land, or maybe even on a faerie path of some type. As yet, that’s been undermined. Still, enough people blame faeries for the string of death that they’re pushing hard enough for the demolition of the house, in spite of a shortage of such housing, that the building may well end up being torn down.

These are the types of events that inspire books, and movies! If anyone has any further information on this case, I’d be very interested in reading it. Again, I find occurrences such as this of interest for work and personal reasons both.

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

“Warder” Still Needs An Artist/Art Team

One of the myriad project that Desirée Lee and I are in the midst of is “Warder”. We plan “Warder” to be an on-going, bimonthly comic book series. It will be published via Umbral Press. Please see the photo/ad below for details on the project, and what we’re looking for.

 

warderad_01_JPEGScott Harper

www.scottharper.net

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