Stone of Thor


Meet the Writer – Peggy Chambers

Peggy good oneWhen did you start writing?

I’ve always been in love with literature, but I’ve been writing for over 10 years. My first novel was published in 2014.

What are your favorite things to write?

I write several genres.  I love fantasy, but I also write romance suspense and children’s books. My two YA novels Glome’s Valley and Return to Glome’s Valley are the basis for the Stone of Thor comic.  The short story for Stone of Thor won second place in the OWFI YA short story contest.

Who are some of your inspirations?

I love Hemmingway and Steinbeck.  I love the classics, but mostly I like to see how other authors put stories together.  You can learn something wherever you go.

Any projects you’re working on or looking forward to? 

I have a pulp fiction on the artist’s desk with Airship 27 titled Flatiron Death Grip.  I am in the editing phase with Doodle and Peck on a middle grade reader titled Ian’s Magic that has been in my bottom drawer for at least 10 years.  I write suspense for The Wild Rose Press and have a novella coming out tomorrow with them titled Strawberry Sundae Delights.

What’s a good way for fans to check out your work? 

See my website at and you can find all my works.  Like me on Facebook at, connect with me on Twitter at @ChambersPeggy, or on Instagram at champeggy.

Meet the Artist – Mike Kennedy

When did you start drawing?

KennedyI’ve been actively drawing since I was around 6 years old. I really don’t remember anytime I wasn’t drawing, although I didn’t receive any formal training till my first year at the University of Oklahoma.

What are your favorite things to draw?

I’ve always liked drawing people. The human anatomy is fascinating because it is an amazing design of bone, tissue and muscle. And seldom are two just alike.

Who are some of your artistic inspirations?

My first is Jack Kirby, because he and Steve Ditko are the artists I was exposed to growing up. Comic art is what got me hooked. Will Eisner also, because his style of storytelling is the gold standard. He gets the reader to follow him into his stories whether it’s the Spirit or any of his life in New York City graphic novels. Then there’s John Buscema, John Byrne, Frank Milller, Mike Mignola, Jason Pearson just to name a few that have influenced me over the years.

Any projects you’re working on or looking forward to working on?

I just finished the last chapter of “Shifters,” and I’m still involved with “Celtic Knights” both in print and web comics. I’m also working towards my teaching degree in art, so I stay pretty busy these days.

What’s a good way for fans to check out your work?

Follow me on Facebook, my deviant art (roughcutpresents), and our webcomic Fallout on Comic Crusaders,

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