The Wonder Tales are once upon a time fantasy stories based off the folklore and legends of Eastern Europe and Japan. The latest Princess Archer Wonder Tale: A Lost Letter is a ghost story released just in time to entertain the family for Halloween. In this story the Princess Archer Gwendolyn must uncover a binding secret about a long lost love.
Welcome to Alt World Studios, the home to the words and art of Indie Storyteller Nick Davis, over the last few days you may have noticed alt-world.com (now altworldstudios.com) slowly evolve to reflect this new direction I am taking this year at conventions and approach to my work.
Did you know I wrote a series of Once Upon a Time adventures called The Wonder Tales? Don’t worry if you said no, I have been talking a lot about the Teddy Bear Tales and it’s spin-off Hero Ted. Recently though I’ve been giving my Fairy Tales a bit of a face lift and trying to draw attention to the stories I really just wrote for my kids, and long neglected. Anyhow… I decided to redesign the covers for the Wonder Tales collective volumes (see above), please let me know what you think of them 🙂
Here is some pretty cool news for anyone who is a fan of my illustrated and comic book tales. I recently discovered the KDP formatting tools and I’ve been able to remaster a selection of my stories for the Kindle. From my superhero story Fabula Zero to the cuddly heroics of the Teddy Bear Tales and the magic of Once Upon A Time; they all have a glorious new look. Check out these shiny new titles after the jump.
The Princess Archer story is one of my original Once Upon a Time Adventures called The Wonder Tales, it is the story of a Princess called Gwendolyn who is flung by magic to the Land of the Sun and her journey back to her home – the Ninth Kingdom. On this quest she is joined by Kurt the Wolf Boy, cursed by Baba Yaga to be Werewolf, or Wolf, but never a boy, a nervous faire creature Will O’Wisp and their guide Tobisum the Inch High Samurai. You can read their adventures at The Wonder Tales. Continue reading