Barry Reese

Pulp Writer Extraordinaire

rook_perry_constantine_smallDon’t have much time this morning as I have a number of things to do before driving to a meeting — but I did want to let you guys know that I received the new artwork I’ve been teasing you all about. Drawn by Chris Batista, it’s a wonderful image featuring Lazarus Gray and the rest of Assistance Unlimited. I’ll let you see it soon, I promise!

Worked some more on the novel on Friday and hopefully I’ll add some more to it tomorrow — but the weekend was filled with family business and today is going to be just as busy.

I’m on the lookout for more guest blogs so if you know of someone who you’d like to see take the controls for a day, let me know. Heck, perhaps even you would like to share something with the folks out there? If so, just drop me a line and we’ll work something out.

Our art today is courtesy of George Sellas and features the Ian Morris Rook, who operates in the early 21st century. Percival Constantine did a great story featuring him in Tales of The Rook Volume One! Check it out, if you haven’t already done so.

A longer entry tomorrow, I promise!

One thought on “Short But Sweet

  1. Creative Mage says:

    We’d be happy to contribute a post. Drop us a line!

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