Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Another something new...

Okay, I've actually been holding my tongue for a while on this one, just cause it's pretty big. BUT now that it's officially been released, I think it's a good time to make the announcement. I've written a new novella. It's my first non-comic book project ever, and I'm really excited about it. It was published by Read Furiously, as part of their One 'n Done series. They're a great group to work with, and you'll hear me mentioning their name a lot in the next couple months.

My novella is called What About Tuesday, and it's a story all about theoretical physics, our loose grasp on the concept of spacetime, hard boiled private investigators, and crappy office jobs. Or to quote from the official solicitation:

Should you ever wake up to find a day of the week missing due to a freak abnormality in the nature of space-time, it's probably a good idea not to mention it to anyone. It's definitely a good idea not to mention it to the slight ginger working for Getty's Private Investigators. You may think it's a good idea, but it'll be way more trouble than it's worth.

Really, it's probably best to just go about your day and forget anything ever happened. Cause technically, nothing did.

What About Tuesday is available on all sorts of platforms, and you can find a links to them at the Read Furiously website!

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

A new look for a little something new...

I think it's time for an overhaul, time for a change. I've had Life in a Splash Page running since 2008, and it's been quite neglected over the years. As far as I can recall, the site has pretty much had the same layout since I started the site. So I thought I'd redecorate a little bit, add a nice little nav bar and a few other things which just about catches me up to most websites built in 1997. But inspired by In The Fallout being released on Comixology this past week, I figured I was do for an update.

Oh yeah, also In the Fallout is now available digitally on Comixology and in print on Amazon! Jeff's artwork really pops on the screen, and even though I'm not one to play favorites in the digital vs print debate, it's definitely worth seeing how the pages come alive.

So thanks to everyone at 215 Ink for helping to get the book up there!

Monday, April 7, 2014

Duck and Cover, it's time to see if you can survive In The Fallout

With my new book finally out in stores, I've put together some fun teaser images mashed up with lyrics from the songs that inspired the story. So hit play, and enjoy the trippy weirdness that is In the Fallout.