They like me, they really like me . . .

Chronicles of the Sea Dragon (e-version)

OK, I’m not much of one to toot my own horn, which I know probably surprises a lot of people,

but I tend to take reviews with a grain of salt. As a wise person once told me, “you’re never as good as your best review and never as bad as your worst.”

Still, when a distributor goes to all the trouble to spotlight a project I’m very proud of . . . well, in this case, we’ll make an exception.

From my publisher, StarWarp ConceptsFacebook page:

“Congratulations to writer Richard C. White and artist Bill Bryan: their digital pirate-fantasy comic, THE CHRONICLES OF THE SEA DRAGON SPECIAL, has been designated a Staff Favorite by distributor DriveThru Comics!

It’s 48 pages of high-seas adventure for just 99¢—purchase a copy today!

http://comics.drivethrustuff.com/product/119358/The-Chronicles-of-the-Sea-Dragon-Special

Oh, and while you’re at it, they have the e-version of the Troubleshooters Incorporated  graphic novel, too.

 

 

Change of schedule (unfortunately)

Well, unfortunately, I will not be attending NYCC this year, thanks to the government furlough. Being a government contractor, I decided it wasn’t a prudent move to spend money for the trip, food, and goodies given the fact we’re not sure how long this is going to last.

However, Steve Roman, the guru behind StarWarp Concepts will be selling copies of Troubleshooters Incorporated at the show along with other fine products from his company and he’ll be promoting the e-version of Chronicles of the Sea Dragon.

Both are also available from the StarWarp web site as well as other fine purveyors of reading material.

So, sorry I won’t be seeing you all there, but we’ve definitely got NYCC penciled in for next year.

Besides, I may be doing my English comprehensives that weekend anyway for my Master’s Degree at Bowie State University. Just got the notice that they’re going to be on the 12th of October. I’m waiting to hear back from the department whether the waiver was approved for me to take them or if I’m going to have to wait until next semester. The good thing about finding out at the last minute is I won’t have time to get nervous about taking them. *grin*