Palm Springs, CA (PRWEB) August 1, 2006 -–
The DPPstore (http://www.dppstore.com) is pleased to announce the addition of six new eBooks from Copper Age.
New authors, independent publishers, and small presses are contracting with DPP daily, helping to create a bookstore that offers an eclectic array of literary offerings. And Copper Age’s books offer a lot all on their own.
Based on the style of Japanese comics, Tom and Crystal Brown have morphed the genre and created their own multimedia art form.
“We sort of took off on our own,” says Copper Age founder Tom Brown. “We are evolving [Manga] by having excellent authors…adding music soundtracks..weaving storylines [with] character depth believability, scale, and range. It effects every part of our products enormously. And positively.”
Fast Food at the Center of the World, Volume I follows Eric, a young keyboard player, as he journeys through reality and fantasy on a strange trip that takes him from the surreal to the hellish over three episodes (each episode available in a separate eBook).
The Store is also carrying the first episode of Knodd and the first two episodes of New England Gothic.
“The art is wonderful,” says reviewer Lady Wraith. “It pulls the reader into the story yet leaves enough for the reader to add to the edges, giving a further depth to these haunting, gothic tales.”
The music giving background to the stories was created and performed by BRZOWSKI, a Portland, Maine-based musician who has been steadily amassing a sizeable groundswell of indie hip-hop true believers who clamor for something more artfully substantial than spoon-fed mainstream.
Indie-rocker band, Spouse lends their music as well to New England Gothic, Volume I, Episode 2. The band is currently finishing up their latest album due for release in early 2007.
Copper Age founder Tom Brown is an artist, illustrator and writer. His wife, Crystal, joined him in his publishing venture this year and is working as the chief writer on the Copper Age story lines.
The DPPstore (http://www.dppstore.com), a division of DigitalPulp Publishing (http://www.digitalpulppublishing.com), offers the best in eBooks from first-time authors to well-established experts. There is definitely something for everyone.
Titles that were once only available in traditional print, and eBook titles that once upon a time were not as readily accessible, are now available through DPPpress (http://www.dpppress.com) at the DPPstore. The eBookstore that’s reinventing reading.