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Sep 15

Scattered Studios Spotlights “Sleeping with Ghosts #1-#3” comic series

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Sleeping with Ghosts #3 Written by Damian S Simankowicz , Artwork by Marcelo Salaza with Cover artwork by Max Moda.

“SLEEPING WITH GHOSTS” is a new comic book series Created & Written by Damian S Simankowicz who explains the series as a darkly romantic supernatural thriller. Set in the haunted Hotel Avira. It is about the mysterious visitor, Sebastian Fletcher, and his search for life after death.”

Damian S Simankowicz selected Scattered Studio’Marcelo Salaza as the Artist, Mike Stefan as Colorist with Cover artwork by Max Moda.

SLEEPING WITH GHOSTS has been picked up by Primal Archetype. You can get yourself a copy of “SLEEPING WITH GHOSTS” on ITUNES (Click this link) at…

https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/sleeping-with-ghosts-1/id1173392741?Is=1&mt=11

Also available on AMAZON.com…

ISSUE #1: Jaded Ghost Hunter, Sebastian Fletcher, meets his match when he arrives at the Hotel Avira and discovers that the dead not only haunt the hotel, but want his soul too! Part one of a darkly romantic supernatural thriller about ancient curses, love, demonic entities and fate.

ISSUE #2: This is the second chapter in the graphic novel paranormal romance miniseries. Trapped in the past as a disembodied spirit, Sebastian comes face to face with the entity responsible for trapping souls in the hotel. And realizes that in 1970, Claire and her mother are still alive. Is it possible he could save them from the dangerous influence of The Hotel Avira? The dark tale of demonic entities, mystery, love and fate continues.

ISSUE #3: History repeats itself as Claire moves closer to the moment of her death. Determined to save her, Sebastian ventures into the dark past of the property, searching for an understanding of the evil that dwells there. And Helen discovers she is bound by blood to the curse of the Hotel Avira! This is the third chapter in the paranormal romance miniseries.

 

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