Posts Tagged ‘ Klamath Falls ’

Basin Gaming

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It’s been brought to my attention that Basin Gaming (1111 Main Street, Klamath Falls, Oregon) has a couple of copies of the out-of-print paperback edition of my first Wendy Markland book, “Predators or Prey?” in stock. So, if anyone is in the area, and wants to grab a copy, now is your chance!

“Predators or Prey?” will – hopefully! – be re-edited, and released under a different publishing label at some point in the future.

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

Klamath Falls, Oregon

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Reminder – The Book Nymph (2261 South 6th St #4,Klamath Falls, Oregon) has autographed paperback copies of “Within These Stone Walls” by my very talented wife Desirée Lee, and my award-winning bestseller “Quintana Roo, Yucatan” by me in stock. If you’re in the area, please drop by, and check out the store. It’s a great place, owned and run by a really cool woman.

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

Autographs

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Remember, autographed copies of my award-winning, bestselling action/adventure book “Quintana Roo, Yucatan” are available at the Book Nymph in Klamath Falls, Oregon (2261 South 6th St #4).

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

Don Pedro Colley

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As you all know, Desirée Lee and I recently had the honor of being guests at the 1st Annual Klamath Library ComicCon. One of the other guests there was the esteemed Mr. Don Pedro Colley. Growing up, one of my favorite television series was “The Dukes of Hazzard”. So, I know Mr. Colley best from his reoccurring role as Sheriff Little from that series. When we told my parents that we were going to be appearing at the event along with Mr. Colley, Dad grew very excited, remembering him as Gideon from the TV show “Daniel Boone”.

Honestly, after seeing his portrayal of Sheriff Little, and his role as a tough-as-nails hit man in an episode of “The Greatest American Hero”, and seeing several of his other roles in which he played very gruff, even downright mean, men, I wasn’t sure what to expect from him in person. In truth, he’s a very pleasant, humorous man. Meeting him was a true honor. I would love to work with him on a project sometime. Mr. Colley was kind enough to take a few moments to pose for the above photo with Desirée and myself before the events of the day wrapped up. Both of us look forward to crossing paths with Mr. Colley again in the future.

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

Our Thanks

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Desirée Lee and I want to extend our heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of you who turned out this past Saturday for the 1st Annual Klamath Library ComicCon. Attendance was fantastic; it was far above and beyond anything that the library had anticipated. Far as know, there were no problems; everyone behaved themselves. The event as a whole was a blast! Desirée and I are also very appreciative of the comments, and compliments we received throughout the day after giving our jointly-presented talk on story plotting as pertaining to short stories, novels, comic books, and film, and the CGI software we use for the creation of “MoonWraith” and “Confluence“.

The 1st Annual Klamath County ComicCon was such a success for the library that we’ve already been told to expect a 2nd Annual Klamath County ComicCon next year. if that happens, both Desirée and myself hope to be part of it. Being there this year was a true honor. We met a lot of wonderful people – both attendees, and other guests – and look forward to seeing everyone again next year. Along with those who missed this year, but are able to turn out for next year’s event.

Again, we thank you all!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

Wow!

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Wow! Desirée Lee and I are overwhelmed at the response from the 1st Annual Klamath Library ComicCon event we partook in yesterday. Our thanks to everyone who turned out for the event – not just for us, but for everyone who was there.

Our thanks, too, to everyone at the South Suburban Library in Klamath Falls, Oregon for putting this event together. Such things aren’t easy. They take a huge amount of work. Thank you, everyone, for putting the effort into making the event happen. Hopefully Desirée and I can join in next year for the 2nd Annual Klamath Library ComicCon. It was a true honor for us to be included in this years’ event. Being part of next years’ would be just as big of a pleasure for us.

Ongoing annual events such as this tend to grow from year to year to year. We look forward to seeing the Annual Klamath Library ComicCon enjoy that sort of prosperity and development. It would be our pleasure to help that to come about, as well.

Again, our thanks to everyone for yesterday – pre-existing fans, new fans, people who just stopped to say hi, and everyone else, including the staff at the South Suburban Library!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

Join Us!

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Today’s the day, everyone! The 1st Annual Klamath Library ComicCon!

When? Today, from 11:00 AM until 5:00 PM.

Where? South Suburban Library – 3625 Summers Lane, Klamath Falls, Oregon.

What’s going on? A lot! My wonderful, talented, gorgeous wife Desirée Lee and I will be there with some of our books, and copies of our new, ongoing, bimonthly comic book series “Confluence“. In addition to selling these, and signing autographs, we’ll be giving a talk on our artwork process for “Confluence”, and our hit webcomic “MoonWraith“, and covering the subject of story plotting as pertaining to short stories, books, movies, and comic books based on our own personal experience and work methods.

There will be other celebrity guests in attendance, too. Please see my recent post regarding the press release for the event for a full list of names, and any presentations they will be doing.

Also, there will be a variety of contests, and other happenings going on there today. So, please show your support for the arts in general by attending. This is a FREE event. That’s right – no admission fee!

We look forward to seeing you there later today!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

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