To help fund the effort to convert the book into a graphic novel. You can purchase a stamped PDF copy with Paypal! (Listed price for the ebook is $2.99 on other outlets.)
File: 69 page stamped PDF, 500 KB
Download short preview.
For information about the Kickstarter to turn the novella into a graphic novel (ending January 16, 2015): https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/57095868/deseo-the-story-of-susan-and-maya
Putting the final touches of the Kickstarter proposal together! In the meantime, here is an exclusive sneak peek to the preview package which contains the first 9 pages of the story (drawn by Marco Turini).
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Update 11/27/2014: Go here to purchase the first issue from this website!
Issue #1: We’re in final editing and also awaiting the final approvals of establishing my publishing company “Furia Press”.
In the meantime, as promised, here is the next installment of the “Berserker”:
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Realized that my web sites need a major overhaul, consolidation and purging.
Will be doing it section by section — over time of course but hopefully it’ll be completely done in a few weeks. (ha! we’ll see…)
Created new FB page, P. Kristen’s Projects, to allow me to post info on my creative projects and appearances related to them: the “Creatures of Grace” fantasy book series, “Web of Lives” digital comic series and “Deseo” (using Marco Turini’s latest pinup as the banner.) As well as give peeps a chance to provide feedback or questions on my projects.
It’s also hooked up to my twitter account.
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Woo Hoo!!! The LGBT Pirate book has been finalized! Now awaiting the proof copy to be delivered to me. Hopefully it’s good enough for me to publish it in November as planned.
Seems I’m confirmed to speak on two panels, “PRISM Comics Presents: Women in Queer Comics” (moderated by Tara Madison Avery) and “Secret Identities – Transgender Themes in Comic Books” (moderated by Charles Battersby). Stop by if you’re at the con!
By some site traffic analysis, I’m realizing a lot of people are cold-hitting my fanfic page of a story that share’s the same name as my new and completely independent (unrelated) comic book series.
Sorry for the confusion! I usually want to make sure all of my projects have a completely unique identity but this was a case that my original planned title for my comic book series (“Furia”) didn’t feel right as an intro to people who aren’t familiar with my work. Plus, I think I saw references to another comic series “Furya” (in another language), and I didn’t want to cause confusion of that nature.
And honestly, I do think “Web Of Lives” works in its own way for the comic series. While I knew there would be some confusion, I was hoping it would pass. So hopefully it will come to stand out with its own identity.