Saturday, January 31, 2015

Latitude 33 Disneyland Book Reformatted!

I've finally formatted the book better for Kindle -- print-on-deman coming soon!

Latitude 33 NEW LINK HERE

Saturday, January 24, 2015

1938 Tarzan Adventure

This might be the prequel to Tarzan and the Caesar Salad

Watch Tarzan And The Green Goddess here

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Monday, January 19, 2015

Edgar Rice Burroughs Adventure Cinema

Here's a fun one from the days before CGI...

Watch The People That Time Forgot here

(If you get the error message at YouTube, hit refresh. I've found that works)

 
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Sunday, January 18, 2015

LCL on Facebook

Hey all,

I've had an LCL Facebook group for a while. If you'd like to participate there, here's the link:

Lost Continent Library on Facebook


Thursday, January 15, 2015

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Adventure Cinema on High Seas

Here we have a 1952 sea adventure from director Edward Dmytryk

Watch MUTINY here


Sunday, January 11, 2015

Now Available In Paperback

My most recent pulp novel is now available in print-on-demand paperback.

Purchase The Devil's Mill here




Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

New Cover Art

Here it is, the cover art for the printed single edition of the next Julius Corbin adventure!

I had previously announced Black Apples a while back, but this one will be the next Corbin adventure to follow Secret of the Amazon Queen and Tropic of Despair in publication. Where it falls chronologically in the saga will be ultimately determined in the outline phase, as Black Apples is originally envisioned to be the tale following Tropic in that regard. The Allure of Damnation spans new territory for Julius Corbin: Africa to India through Indonesia and on into the South Pacific -- and it also puts our hero into some dark shenanigans at the hands of a particularly determined villain. More teasers on the story to come. For now, enjoy the cover art slated for the printed single edition...