Started reading a new book last night – The Bishop of Port Victoria. It’s a New Pulp collection published by Pro Se and written by D. Alan Lewis. It’s early but so far, so good.
Also wrote some more on the crossover novel. Shocking, I know. Currently the headquarters of Assistance Unlimited is under assault and the only two people available to defend it are… Gravedigger and The Dark Gentleman? Weird! Trust me, it all makes sense when you read it.
Or, at least, I hope it does.
Anyway, I’ve just started looking through something that might lead to more writing work in conjunction with another author. With how busy my schedule is, I’m not sure how wise it is to try and squeeze in another project but it is mighty tempting. We’ll see.
A brief new review went up on Amazon recently. It’s courtesy of a reader named Richard T. and it was for The Avenger: Justice Inc., which I contributed to. Here’s what Richard had to say:
I bought these books in the 70’s because of their covers and then began to enjoy them as fantastic pulp fiction. This new collection honors and extends the legacy of Justice Inc.
Thanks, Richard! My story “The Devil’s Workmen” was a dream to write as I grew up loving The Avenger. I’m still proud to say that it won the Pulp Ark Award for Best Short Story in 2012. I was lucky enough to get to come back for the following Avenger volume, too.
Our art today is once again from the amazing George Sellas. It was the very first piece he ever did for Gravedigger and solidified our mutual view of her costume. Still a dazzling shot, I think.
Take care, folks! I’ll see you again tomorrow.