Creepsi Twisted Tales is available on many ebook retail sites. Our monthly horror series takes you to an eerie world of corrupt souls and strange creatures that lurk in the shadows. Issue #1 contains an ongoing tale titled “Circuit Rider”. Mose Harper is a bounty hunter and preacher tracking a gang of ghouls in the Old West. The complete short story, “A Look in the Mirror”, reveals the curse behind a stolen mirror that predicts the future. Get your copy today!
Progress continues on the first issue of Creepsi, due out May 1. Here’s a cover for A Look in the Mirror which is the second story of the issue. Pedro Cupert did a great job for this inside cover. Please share the news about this new horror anthology series to your interested friends.
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Luiz Rosa completed the first installment of the Circuit Rider for the new anthology series of Creepsi Twisted Tales. Here is a look at the first two pages. You can purchase by subscribing through Patreon or Subscribestar. Different tiers of benefits are included with each subscription to this new webcomic.
Hello to 2021! At the start of our new, and hopefully better, year, I’m presenting my updated website. I know that it’s not huge news but the site carries a lot more functionality and better handles the growing number of books that I’ve written over the course of several years. I hope you stop by and give it a look over, kick the tires and let me know what you think.
More information about new stories, interviews with the main characters, maps of the lands of Kamin, etc. are coming soon, so stay tuned!
Start 2021 with my latest book – Final Chapter of the Ray Irish Series.
As normal, I’m putting up a few antique post cards that reflect upon the actual reason for this holiday.
May your hopes and dreams come true in 2021. All the best to everyone!
Two pictures from a side project called The Circuit Rider which is a story for a new comic series called Creepsi Twisted Tales. I’ll be posting more as this Indiegogo project of mine kicks off. I’m working on several scripts between my novel writing (Book 4 of the Ray Irish Supernatural Mysteries). For your viewing pleasure, two pictures to get a feel of the story. The updates for this work will be available on the website as well.
This weekend you can get a Ray Irish story as a Free Download on Amazon (or read as part of Kindle Unlimited).
Death Stalks the Runway: Ray Irish Mystery Case File #1 follows the shamus as he uncovers the murderer’s sinister reasons for killing one of Ray’s few friends.
Interested in other FREEBIES? Stop by my website for other downloads with backstories to my fantasy or mystery stories.
My latest book, The Bleeding Mountains, is now available on Kindle. You can get a preview below.
The young Esterblud warrior finds himself involved in a bloody coup of a small kingdom. As he seeks to atone for his mistakes, Urith discovers that his beliefs in honor and trust are seldom shared by the people he meets.
Ray Irish is getting tired of the long days of quarantine so he’s decided to spring into action.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR – On Saturday, May 23rd, the first two case files of Ray Irish will be FREE ON KINDLE.
You can get a preview of the stories below.
Two new books are coming this month but I wanted to turn my focus over to another project that’s in the works. I’m starting the process to have some of the Clovel Sword stories moved into a comic/graphic novel form. Getting into the younger audience is one reason for this effort. Another is I just think the world of Kamin would look so cool in a manga/anime format. Toward this endeavor, I’ve started scripting for the first web comic and finding artists in line with my vision. I give you some of the efforts below. More updates will continue along this side of my work as well as setting up a crowdfunding model to kick this project into high gear. I’d be interested in your thoughts.
The story lines in the comic/graphic stories will follow the Clovel Sword Saga during the time of upheaval and sorrow for Urith of Esterblud.
With the lock down in our area, I’ve made major progress in my upcoming stories.
The Curse of Blackbane and The Bleeding Mountains: Clovel Sword Saga 4 should be released simultaneously on the first week of May. While I wait for final edits, one cover is complete and another is in final revisions. When I receive the next Clovel Sword cover, I’ll make sure to post it here.
For those interested to get a jump start on the books, you can find the first draft chapters on Wattpad.
I’ve also started another book which might turn into a series. Preliminarily titled Dream Wraith, its a story of a furniture salesman who lives a dual existence within his nightly dreams. Offering escape for his mundane existence, Robert travels into the realm of Cantre’r. It’s a wild land of rival kingdoms and unexplored wilds where he’s a thief and mercenary who fights with sword and flintlock pistol. While his family and friends believe he’s going insane, they and doctors can’t explain how he wakes each morning with injuries from his nightly dream battles. Here’s the link to Wattpad for a taste of the story.
If you have extra time on your hands right now, you can get the three books of the Clovel Sword Chronicles at a special price on Amazon.
Starting on Friday morning, you can download a FREE Kindle version of my latest Ray Irish novella. Reaper Walks the Garden is hard-boiled pulp story of a rich family with deadly secrets set in the aftermath of World War Two.
With the draft nearly completed on my upcoming work The Curse of Blackbane, I’m looking for Beta Readers among those who’ve an interest in my stories. It’s the first book of a new historical supernatural dark fantasy series.
Set in the 1780s in Europe, a brutal pirate tries to escape the curse of his evil past. Hunted by one of the seven princes of Hell, Blackbane has a vision from an obscure saint which might help remove the curse. Unexpected aid from a man who calls himself the Black Monk finds him an ally. However, the fat man who attaches himself to the pirate captain has secrets of his own. Following a brutal encounter with a demon and its offspring, the men find their loyalty tested. When a French duchess becomes involved, Blackbane learns that his past continues to follow him.
Coming soon is my new book, The Curse of Blackbane. I’m happy to show off the new cover which I just received.
I’ve combined Volume 1 and 2 into a single ebook. It’s available for FREE for visitors to my website. I hope you take a moment to download my stories to your Kindle or other ebook reader.
Well, it’s close to another Christmas (and my links to 50% off printed books are below).
Latest news: I’m wrapping up work on two more books (hopefully to be complete by end of the year). Here are their working titles and a short description about the stories. You can find
The Bleeding Mountains: A Clovel Sword Saga (click link to read the first two draft chapters on Wattpad)
This is Saga #4 and a full book of Urith’s adventures in the time before the Clovel Sword Chronicles. Not long after the death of his wife and father, the Esterblud warrior travels into the kingdom of Rarfell as a volunteer to fight against a tribe known as the Borrs. Before he joins the volunteers, the capital city is overrun and the king killed.
In a series of twists and turns, Urith finds himself escaping with the young queen and a new comrade. However, their freedom is short lived and Urith nearly dies. Returning to kill his betrayer, the Esterblud must grapple with his need for vengeance and the honorable ideals to help those in need. To make things worse, Urith finds himself in unfamiliar waters of diplomacy trying to stop an embittered queen from causing a war between his homeland and the powerful kingdom of Cahmais.
Shadow Over Charax – A new fantasy book. (click link to read the first two draft chapters on Wattpad)
It is a world where the necromancer, Pirwa, extends his power over the remaining kingdoms using the cruel butchery of his undead ‘gravers’. Pirwa plans to unleash his hordes upon the last two bastions of those who follow the ways of the Chara.
The fortress island of Charax is one spot that stands in the way of the necromancer. However, the fortress is much like the society, a decaying symbol of the past. Strict social and economic stratification allows the Chara to control the island along with the help of pirates who dominate the waters.
When an offer of quick wealth leads Hilko, a young smuggler, into his betrayal. The man uses his ability to communicate with ghosts to aid in his escape. Ending up on a ship filled with pirates, Hilko slowly understands the power of the object he’s stolen. In his quest to avoid the ‘gravers’ and comrades with ulterior motives, Hilko discovers that true friendship and loyalty can come from any social class, living and dead.
Christmas Savings on MY PRINT BOOKS
Both Ray Irish Case Files are available for Free this weekend. Starting 10/19 you can get the following books:
To keep my blog refreshed on a consistent basis, I’ll be sharing my draft updates as they occur on Wattpad.
You can find most of my stories out there. I invite you to take a look if you’re interested in the development of the stories.
I’ve been working on another follow up story called Grave’s Peril that follows the Infinite Loop story arc. You can see that below. Please excuse the cover which is strictly for the draft.
Curse of Blackbane is another story in it’s early stages which is a dark fantasy based in the age of pirates. Again, just a couple of chapters available for the first draft.
As part of my efforts to engage my readers more directly, I’ve started using Wattpad to reveal my drafts as I work on a couple of books. You can find some of my finished works out there as well. I’m using just rudimentary covers for the drafts and the editing is a work in progress. However, if you’re interested in my process for writing, just stop by and give me your feedback.
I’m always interested in your thoughts and suggestions.
Pedro Cupert, the artist of the second story in Creepsi Twisted Tales Issue #1 sent over a new sketch which I had to reveal on the social sites. While this is only a thought piece for review, it gives a taste of the story from my script. You can see more of Pedro’s work at Instagram.
For more information about the writer of Creepsi Stories, Gordon Brewer, you can find his novels here.
The comic illustrations are coming in for reviews and editing. I thought I would drop in a couple of drafts for you to see the progress. We’re still shooting for a May 1 release on this site and through our Patreon initiative.
With a new website, I’m pleased to say 2 illustrators have agreed to work on two of the first stories for Creepsi Issue #1 which should be ready by May 1. I should have more details soon but to give you a sense of one story, here’s a draft page to whet your appetite.
I hope you enjoy this tidbit as I should have more coming soon. I’ll put out updates as I receive them. In the meantime, please take a look at our Patreon page.
I know that I’m terrible about updating this blog. I find plenty of excuses, like I need to work on the next page of a novel, did the cat just throw up behind the couch, or there’s a great anime series I need to catch, etc. But, in fairness, there is another side project that has my attention which I’ve written about before that’s recently taken quite a bit of time.
The Creepsi comic series is slowly getting traction and I can reveal more details. For those who don’t know the background, here is a synopsis I put together that will go on the second page of every issue.
My goal is to have 2-3 stories for each monthly issue. One ongoing story (about 10 pages for the main story per issue), while the other illustrated tales will run 8-10 pages. For those interested in graphic novels, manga, and comics, I hope you will stop by (and share your thoughts) as you look over the drafts in place and other tidbits I’ll be adding to the Patreon site that I’ve created.
The first issue will have my twist to an HP Lovecraft story along with my own graphic story called, The Circuit Rider. I’m adding the first page draft for you to get a feel of the storyline. I have a new artist hard at work on the first 10 pages of the Circuit Rider and I should have another soon on my other stories. Hopefully, we should have something out in April. Drop me a line or comment about your interest or helpful ideas.
Fickle Mother Nature decided to dump snow and ice on middle Tennessee recently, leading me to reflect on current and upcoming work.
As part of the constant struggle to market books as an unknown writer, I’ve added my stories to Bookshop which focuses on local indie bookstores throughout the nation.
For those who’ve been following my series, I’ve also put all of the Ray Irish Occult Mysteries into a single volume. Four books from Ray Irish arriving at Oyster City to his final confrontation against Andras. It’s available on Kindle Unlimited.
As for new work, I’m plodding along with a new fantasy called Shadow over Charax which is nearly complete. I’ll follow up soon with other news of projects and work that’s coming.