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Current Project Updates

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As always, Desirée Lee and I are juggling multiple projects at one time. We’re waiting on advance reviews to come in for our upcoming sasquatch novel “Hidden Tribe“. Thus far, only one of those expected advance reviews has come in. We want to allow the others more time before the book goes to print. We’re also working on the next issue of our hit werewolf webcomic “MoonWraith“. We’re also getting closer – finally! – to getting our on-fiction book for writers published. That project ended up on the proverbial back burner for a while.

Mingled in with those things, we’re working on getting new projects edited for release through Umbral Press. And, I’m working on plans for my third sasquatch history article for the Bigtruth blog.

And, of course, we’re parents to a healthy, rambunctious little girl who is almost 3-years-old. Taking care of her is a full-time job. So, it’s very difficult to say just when any given project will be completed or released until a firm release date or deadline is set.

Please keep watching for more news and updates!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

Cork-Board Update

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Not too long ago I posted to this blog/website asking for recommendations or suggestions for 100% free cork-board software for writers. I think I may have found just what I’ve been looking for here. I’ve not tried it yet, but plan to do so soon. At the moment, I’m working on the panel artwork for Issue #10 of the hit webcomic “MoonWraith” that Desirée Lee and I write/create/produce. Once this issue of “MoonWraith” is ready to go, I plan to pen the next in my series of sasquatch history articles for the Bigtruth blog. After that, I hope to get back to work on the rethought draft of the first Ravenesque book. When I do that, I’ll give the Spacejock yWriter5 software a try.

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

“MoonWraith” Record!

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This past Friday saw an all-time-high record set for daily traffic to the “MoonWraith” webcomic by myself and Desirée Lee. We want to thank all of you for the continued, amazing support of this project!

A new page goes live each and every Monday – “MoonWraith” Monday. And, today is Monday. So, why not go check out this week’s page right now?

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

“MoonWraith” Issue #9

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MoonWraith“, the hit werewolf horror webcomic by Desirée Lee and myself, kicks off Issue #9 today. The cover, and first page of the new issue are up for your enjoyment.

As always, we want to thank everyone for the continued support of this project!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

Comic Book Lettering

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In addition to my other writing work, I’m willing and able to take on comic book lettering duties for others, too. I use a software program called “Comic Life” for that. I use “Comic Life” for lettering on the hit werewolf horror webcomic “MoonWraith“, and the still on hiatus science fiction and fantasy comic book series “Confluence” – both of which are created, written, and in all other ways created by myself, and my very talented wife Desirée Lee.

Anyone interested in speaking with me regarding comic book lettering work, please reach me via the “Contact” page on my website. We’ll work out per-page rates, and other details.

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

A New Record

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On Friday, January 15, 2016 we had a new daily traffic record on our hit werewolf horror webcomic, “MoonWraith”.

Desirée Lee and I want to thank each and every one of you for the continued support of “MoonWraith”. Not sure what “MoonWraith” is all about? Read on:

“MoonWraith” is a mature-readers horror/action/adventure webcomic set in medieval Europe.

Werewolves, descendants of an original pack created centuries ago by a corrupt sorcerer, have overrun the land. The king ordered the construction of a fortress above an ancient silver mine where scholars and historians believe the talisman used by the sorcerer to create the werewolves is hidden away. This talisman is the MoonWraith.

The king’s men strive to find the MoonWraith in the hopes of using the very thing that created the werewolves to destroy them. The werewolves struggle to keep the MoonWraith from being found, suspecting that it is capable of eradicating their species in one fell swoop.

Keep up with, and support “MoonWraith” via the follow URLs, too:

Like “MoonWraith” on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MoonWraithComic

Follow “MoonWraith” on Twitter: http://twitter.com/MoonWraithComic

Support “MoonWraith” on Patreon:
https://www.patreon.com/MoonWraith

Issue #8 is wrapping up; there are two more weeks left. Issue #9 is ready to go, and will run at the usual rate of one page week. A new page of “MoonWraith” goes live each and every Monday morning!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

Brief RPG Update

Yesterday I brought up the topic of dwarves as a race in the fantasy genre. That reminded me that I haven’t said anything here for a while about the RPG that Desirée Lee and I have in the works. It’s one of several projects that we’re co-authoring at the same time.

Sorry to say, it’s pretty much been put on hold – again. Desirée and I each have solo projects in various stages of completion. Some of those are in edits right now. We also have our co-authored sasquatch novel “Hidden Tribe” in edits. We’re keeping up with our hit werewolf horror webcomic “MoonWraith“, too. In case you missed the post regarding “MoonWraith” earlier this week, we’re over 150,000 hits on the webcomic now. She and I are also the parents of a healthy, active 2-year-old girl. Our daughter is a full-time job by herself! And, the virus we caught is still being an issue, too. Our daughter seems to be having a relapse of it. And I’ve never quite gotten over it to begin with.

Hopefully, someday soon, we can get back to serious work on the RPG. We want to. We’re both excited about the project. But it’s still a long, long way from being ready to release. Other things, much closer to being ready, keep taking our time.

But, while I’m talking about the RPG, I have a question for all of you. We keep debating on the best central core for the game. We keep wavering back and forth between the Fate core system, as was used in the “Dresden Files RPG”, or the more standard d20 dice system. Both variations have their pros and cons. Which would all of you rather see us use in the RPG? Please let us know!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

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