The 2017 Alt World Studios Publishing Wish List

Welcome To Alt World StudiosHello Everybody Peeps, we are in the final weeks of 2016 and it is time to look ahead at the wish list of books I would like to publish in 2017 and what we actually got done in 2016, so after the jump lets take a look at what is done, what we want to do, and where we are going with Alt World Studios in 2017.

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The Best Place To Buy My Books For The Holiday Season Is… Amazon!

Hello Everybody Peeps, we are hurtling into the Holiday season and the mad rush to buy gifts begin. To help you all out, I am recommending that you use Amazon to buy my books this year. With two-day shipping, larger stock and guaranteed delivery they are your best bet to pick up a unique Alt World Studios story and to support your favorite independent small press – plus buying book from them increases my ranking, and the higher the rank, the most people will notice my books! To make things even more easy, I’ve listed the titles available on Amazon after the jump!

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Writing Without Fear: Reinventing The Fantastic Four Movie

Marvel Fantastic Four

Welcome of a new edition of Writing Without Fear, today I am taking a look at what has becoming the lonely redheaded step child of the collective Marvel Movie Universe, the Fantastic Four.

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The High And Lows Of Owning A Pitbull Service Dog

Meet Achilles The Pitbull Service Dog

Meet Achilles, he is a Boxer/Pitbull mix… A big ole’boy (he is eight years old), full gait, huge head, wagging tail, brown puppy dog eyes and softer than butter on a warm summers day. Oh, and he also a Service Dog in training for my wife.

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Do You Remember… Star Fleet?

Dai-X Giant Red Robot from Star Fleet

Do you remember this show? It had Alien invaders, giant robots, space battles and all the characters were puppets? Star Fleet was a unique show that pretty much had me glued to the TV during its airing way back in 1982 on ITV (one of three channels we had in the UK at the time), and it one of the first series I remember watching all the way through week in, week out for 24 weeks.

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