I have received professional training in the fine arts and have also worked as both a writer and artist for Moondial Comics as well as a contributor for "Transformers: Mosaic" and a creative consultant for Project AGU. I am currently working on my creator owned superhero series "All Hallows Eve". I have also published a vampire novel called "Leech" on KDP and am looking to expand "All Hallows Eve" to other mediums.
What's the story behind your latest book?
The "All Hallows Eve" printable spirit board isn't a book per se. Rather, it's a printable pdf document that gives you hours of old fashioned Ouija board fun.
When did you first start writing?
I first started in my last year of high school. That would have been in mid-2003 if my memory is correct. I began by writing fan fiction over on fictionalley.org. Until recently, I had never set foot inside a creative writing class, so I was incredibly nervous as to how my work would be received. However, after it turned out that people not only didn't hate it but actually liked it, I decided to make the jump into original fiction. After that, I worked as a writer and artist for a small, local company called Moondial comics (which, sadly, is no longer with us). When they folded, I began developing my ideas as prose stories and now, here I am.
Long ago, Jack O'Lantern was cursed to wander the night forever as a restless ghost. Now, to make up for the crimes that he committed in life, he has chosen a champion, someone who can use his supernatural powers to set his wrongs right. Her name is Eve. All Hallows Eve.
All Hallows Eve is an open-source character. She may be used by anyone, for any purpose, totally free of copyright and restrictions.
Eve may be gone, but you can still talk to her with the official All Hallows Eve spirit board. Just gather your friends or family, place your fingers on the jack-o-lantern diviner and let the ghost of our beloved heroine answer your questions. Is it supernatural? Is there a scientific explanation? You decide!
Beyond the valley of the nudist dinosaurs, upon the second highest peak of Mount Frankula lies Brackabrack Hall, the fanciest of fancy hotels. When this ritzy resort becomes the home of a mischievous ghost, the duty falls on a trio of unlikely heroes end his awful antics. Will our gruesome group of overworked, underpaid ghouls teach their spectral adversary a much needed lesson?
on March 26, 2015
This book is great fun. The comedy was spot on. It's got a great character in Aaron/Superkid, the boy who knows no fear, who is inspiring for both adults and children alike. It's great to see somebody putting the "super" back in "superhero".