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Johnny Graphic in National Self-e Library E-book Program
Where to Buy The Johnny Graphic Adventures
A young news photographer has to unravel a deadly ghost conspiracy that reaches around the globe and threatens the lives of millions. Or die trying!
To buy your Kindle e-book copy of Johnny Graphic and the Etheric Bomb, click here.
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Fresh from saving the lives of millions, Johnny Graphic and his friends are drawn into another rip-roaring ghost adventure—to stop a rampaging army of zombies from destroying the Royal Kingdom.
To buy your Kindle e-book copy of Johnny Graphic and the Attack of the Zombies, click here.
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Author Archives: drmar120
A Great List for Science Fiction Newbies
After I got through with animal stories and tramp steamer adventures as a kid, I moved into sci fi and fantasy, and stayed there for something like thirty years. It’s an incredibly rich, thought-provoking vein of reading pleasure. And if … Continue reading
A Seaplane for the Average Guy or Gal
One of the things I loved doing when I was writing the first two Johnny Graphic novels was my research about the age of the flying boat. That was in the 1920s and ’30s, when the big international airline … Continue reading
A Bouquet of Pheasants
Many years ago, at Christmastime, my mother and I went to an old bookstore called the Bookpost, not too far from the house where I did most of my growing up. It operated in a former post office and it … Continue reading
CP30 Interviewed in the Guardian
You’d have to live on Mars (or perhaps the ice planet Hoth) to have missed the rising crescendo of publicity for this holiday season’s biggest flick: Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The toys and collectibles are starting to come out. … Continue reading
Say “Cheese,” Mr. Churchill!
There’s a scene in the first Johnny Graphic book, Johnny Graphic and the Etheric Bomb, in which Johnny—in his capacity as a newspaper photographer—is shooting the Minister of War as she testifies in a parliamentary committee. She is one of … Continue reading
The Return of the Flying Boats?
The 1930s and ’40s were the age of the flying boat, when glorious old aircraft such as the Pan Am Clipper carried glamorous travelers all over the world—using the oceans as their airports. Flying boats are also a big part … Continue reading
Tardigrades – Superheroes of Nature
TV is swarming with superheroes these days, from the Flash and Arrow to the Agents of Shield and Daredevil. They’re everywhere, and even more are on the way. It so happens that your house, your backyard, the little lake down … Continue reading
Great Review for Johnny/Zombies at Reading with Cats
Chris Hooker at the Reading with Cats blog just posted a very nice review of Johnny Graphic and the Attack of the Zombies. She wrote that I did “an excellent job continuing the adventures of young boy photographer, Johnny Graphic … Continue reading
Building Worlds with Frank Herbert—The Conception of Dune
The Johnny Graphic series of ghost adventures belongs to a genre of fantasy/science fiction called “Alternative History.” And in order to tell these stories, I needed to create a world of 1935 somewhat like our own world in 1935, but … Continue reading
Theodore Roosevelt on Daring Greatly
“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the … Continue reading