Hi, everyone. This is a follow up post from the one I posted earlier this year. Due to a recent death in my family, I had to shift my plans around. My sister, Nicole Elizabeth Mesa passed away on May 22nd at the age of 33. She was diagnosed with colon cancer at the start of 2017, but throughout those years, she never appeared sick. She passed away peacefully and thank God that despite the rules set in place during this COVID-19 world we're living in, she didn't die alone. Both my parents were with her during her final moments. I initially planned to complete the Pascal and the Timeless Hotel remake roughly around that time, but I postponed the completion date until late October. The book will be dedicated to Nicole's memory. Please keep her and my family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I know this pandemic has had a major impact on everyone's lives, but if you can, please consider making a donation to the American Cancer Society, which I will leave the link below. Any contribution amount is greatly appreciated.
On a positive note and in addition to other recent projects I have currently in the works, I'm going to be participating in the Boston Comics Roundtable anthology, Boston Powers #3. This is my first time contributing to a BCR anthology and I am truly delighted to be a part of it. I will be collaborating with a fellow member, Patrick Flaherty, on his story, Newtrino as the artist. The final art work is due late August. I will leave a link below with more information on the project. Boston Powers #1 is available for purchase on The Million Year Picnic, which I'll also leave a link below.
As tough as the times are right now, always remember to be supportive and caring for one another during difficult moments and look towards the future with hope that the best is yet to come. God Bless!
American Cancer Society
Boston Powers #1 info and where to purchase.
Boston Powers Anthology Kickstarter page
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