REVENGE OF THE MASKED GHOST – Chapter 16 “Package For A Ghost”-an All New Chapter in the Chronicles of this Pulp Hero!!
Donald has sworn never to be the Masked Ghost again. So what secrets will he and his wife Margaret learn when they open the mysterious package? Read the latest chapter and find out: http://bit.ly/90mqVE
Also, updated and corrected versions of Chapters 3,4, and 5 have been posted.
The Dance is Here… Debra and John are headed to the Sweetheart Dance, but other things are brewing as well. Find out in the latest page at http://www.flying-glory.com/ as we bring Issue #13 “Looking for a Love Song.” towards a close.
Also, Shannon Muir, co-creator and co-writer of FLYING GLORY AND THE HOUNDS OF GLORY has published her first novel, and it was released today on Amazon.com http://t.co/nJYkNcf
Things are getting out of hand… While Debra prepares to go to the dance after the battle is over, Elsie pays an old friend a visit. Find out who and what they talk about in the latest page of “Looking for a Love Song” at www.flying-glory.com
PRO SE ANSWERS FANS’ CONCERNS
from Tommy Hancock, EIC, Pro Se Productions
I’ve received several emails in the last two weeks about Pro Se putting out my new novel YESTERYEAR as well as the status of our latest magazine, MASKED GUN MYSTERY #3 which, based on our usual schedule is due out in February. There’s been some concern and confusion about whether or not the magazines would continue or if the novel would supercede the magazine this month, and such as that. Well, although neither of those are true, there’s a couple of things that have caused a hiccup in Pro Se’s putting the monthly back in Pulp this month.
One major factor has been my health. Since I am the author of YESTERYEAR as well as the EIC of Pro Se, I’ve had a double load this month. Whatever the bug of the month is that’s going around has waylaid me but good and due to other health issues, I’ve just had a rough go. So for that I apologize and trust me, this will not become a norm for me or Pro Se.
The other factor, though, that has had greater impact is that Pro Se is making a shift. We are in the process of going from using one Print on Demand publisher to another one. Ideally this would be an easy transition, but since all of the parties involved making it happen have unusually busy lives currently, we’ve been slowed a bit in this. Pure and simple, sometimes changes to improve saleability of product and improve quality of what our fans receive just force a change in schedule. That, along with me being sick as a whatever, is what’s happened here.
So, here’s the current plan. As of now, YESTERYEAR or MGM #3 still might make it out in February. They will both for sure be out as early in March as possible and at that point Pro Se will return to its regularly monthly schedule of great pulp guaranteed! And don’t forget that we are doing pulp almost daily at http://www.pulpmachine.blogspot.com/, Pro Se’s official blogsite! Thank you for your patience, understanding, and most of all your support of Pro Se and Pulp!