Author Archives: Carl Ray
The new story is coming along. I thought I’d share a first draft of a picture and give you a few bits of info about the tale. Ted and Angelo return from a trip to find Hoover missing and set … Continue reading
So I was reading tonight that a koala’s pouch faces backwards. I guess that explains where they got the nickname “Nature’s Hand Puppet”.
With all apologies to Jack Handey, author of Deep Thoughts, here’s some of my tweeted attempts at funny sayings and observations. Nervous about public speaking? Picture your audience in their underwear. Unless it’s a nudist colony, then that trick doesn’t … Continue reading
The fifth installment of the series is now available at the Kindle Store and the Nook Store as an ebook. In the latest story, Fish Tank – Down the Ribbit Hole (Kindle Version, Nook Version), Angelo, Ted and Hoover are … Continue reading
The fourth installment of the series is now available at the Kindle Store and the Nook Store as an ebook. In the latest story, Fish Tank – Magma Carta (Kindle Version, Nook Version), Ted has increased the aquarium heater’s maximum … Continue reading
Just thought I’d give you a sneak peek of the upcoming, as yet unnamed fourth installment of Fish Tank. Right now, I’m shooting for an early-to-mid-November release. I’ll be posting updates as I have a better idea.
I don’t know what happened, but Fish Tank – A Tale of Mothic Proportions is now selling for just $0.99 on Amazon, down from $1.99! I’m assuming they noticed that it sells for $0.99 on Barnes & Noble and matched … Continue reading
This is the last frame of Fish Tank that I drew back in 2008. I’m starting to dust off my notes and sketches for the story and am getting ready to start writing again. One really big obstacle for me … Continue reading
If you’ve seen Clerks, Dogma and a whole host of other Kevin Smith movies, you know that one of the mainstays are Jay and Silent Bob – a couple of drug dealers who typically loiter outside a convenience store. If … Continue reading
The third installment of the series is now available at the Kindle Store and the Nook Store as an ebook. In this story, Fish Tank – A Tale of Mothic Proportions (Kindle Version, Nook Version), a strange light is shining … Continue reading