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Still here!

It’s been a busy year. Between a hectic day job and now, a new baby, I haven’t been on top of updates here. It’s been a while since MudScout released a new book, but I’ve been busy behind the scenes, helping some friends and clients with their book projects.

Since I last posted, we’ve reprinted the FUBAR book, Just Give’r: A Handguide By Terry and Dean.

Also, I worked on Kid Koala’s latest masterpiece, Space Cadet, a gorgeous and incredibly moving graphic novel that comes with a CD soundtrack.

I’ve also assisted a few clients get their books into print, guiding them through the process of self-publishing and overseeing everything from edits to layout, printing and distribution.

It’s all kept me pretty occupied. So, things might be quiet, but MudScout hasn’t gone anywhere!

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It was 2004, and I’d just been laid off from my job at ECW Press (they had decided to close their Montreal office). I had some time on my hands and I was looking for new projects. Enter FUBAR. Paul Spence and Dave Lawrence (aka Dean & Terry) were looking for help publishing their book, Just Give’r: A Handguide by Terry & Dean. I got involved as a consultant, and worked with the dynamic duo (and jfry craig, the book’s designer and the artist behind another MudScout project, war made me: do it) to make sure the book saw the light of day. And did it ever. After a wildly successful book tour (at one point, in Kingston, ON, I think we witnessed what was probably the largest simultaneous beer shotgun in history), the book eventually sold out.
FUBAR fans will be pleased to know that a sequel is currently in the works.

It was 2004, and I’d just been laid off from my job at ECW Press (they had decided to close their Montreal office). I had some time on my hands and I was looking for new projects. Enter FUBAR. Paul Spence and Dave Lawrence (aka Dean & Terry) were looking for help publishing their book, Just Give’r: A Handguide by Terry & Dean. I got involved as a consultant, and worked with the dynamic duo (and jfry craig, the book’s designer and the artist behind another MudScout project, war made me: do it) to make sure the book saw the light of day. And did it ever. After a wildly successful book tour (at one point, in Kingston, ON, I think we witnessed what was probably the largest simultaneous beer shotgun in history), the book eventually sold out.

FUBAR fans will be pleased to know that a sequel is currently in the works.

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Terry & Dean get interviewed while on tour for their book, Just Give’r.