Richard C. White is the author of the For a Few Gold Pieces More collection of dark fantasy short stories being released by Musa Publishing. Additionally, his newest novel, On Wings of Steel, will be released by Musa this fall as a part of the Darkside Codex, a shared world project that he helped create.
Along with writing Fantasy and Science Fiction, Rich has been bitten by the "New Pulp" bug and has several stories coming out by Pro Se Productions in the near future. The first of his, "Notes in the Fog" was released in the Charles Boeckman Presents: Johnny Nickle duology in May 2013. Others are tentatively scheduled for release in late 2013/early 2014.
He also is a media tie-in writer, having written for Star Trek, Doctor Who, and The Incredible Hulk. His novel, Gauntlet Dark Legacy: Paths of Evil, was the best-selling tie-in for his publisher in 2004.
Richard is also active in writing organizations, being a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and the International Association of Media Tie-in Writers. Additionally, Richard serves on the Writer Beware committee for SFWA.
A former soldier, who was stationed with the Third Armored Cavalry Regiment and the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Richard also works as a Technical Writer/Analyst for a defense contractor when not working on his latest story.
Masters of the Blade… Heroes without Compare… Legends in their own Time… These are The Musketeers! One For All: Tales of the Musketeers is a swashbuckling return to tales of the group of special soldiers made famous by Alexandre Dumas and in innumerable adaptations. Yet, what of Musketeers beyond their four famous literary brethren? Adventurers, men of honor, rogues, and dedicated makers of right alike wore the crest of the Musketeer throughout the organization’s storied and rather long history. And authors David J. Fielding, Stacy Dooks, and Richard C. White now peel back the curtain to reveal the glistening blades and daring do of other Musketeers, men who truly stood the stead to protect good from evil, who fought, bled, and died proving each one of them lived the motto- One For All! One For All: Tales of the Musketeers. From Pro Se Productions.
From The Imagination of a Classic Pulp Author come New Stories Featuring His Characters! Prolific Pulp Author Charles Boeckman gave the world unforgettable tales in the days of the Pulps and through the age of digests and into the modern era as well! And now characters created by Boeckman from the golden age of Pulps live again in new tales written by today's best authors! CHARLES BOECKMAN PRESENTS, a new imprint from Pro Se Productions licensed through Mr. Boeckman himself debuts with CHARLES BOECKMAN PRESENTS JOHNNY NICKLE VOLUME 1! Charles Boeckman Presents Johnny Nickle in a return engagement more than fifty years overdue! Join Johnny as he performs NOTES IN THE FOG written by Richard White and THE DEVIL YOU KNOW penned by Brad Mengel! Grab a backstage pass to see Johnny tackle mystery and murder with a soundtrack that cooks with red hot women, ice cold killers, triple time thrills, and smokin' jazz! Featuring a stunning cover by Adam Shaw and Format and Design by Sean Ali and Ebook formatting by Russ Anderson, CHARLES BOECKMAN PRESENTS JOHNNY NICKLE delivers like a cool Jazz ensemble on the hottest night of any year! From Pro Se Productions!
Pro Se Productions, an innovative publisher of Genre Fiction, announces that Science Fiction, Fantasy, and New Pulp Author Richard C. White will bring his talent to a Pro Se Single Shot Signature Series- Strikeforce Falcon!
In the early days of 1942, Imperial Japan was on the march in the Southwest Pacific. The Netherlands East Indies had fallen except for a few hold-outs on islands most of their defenders had never heard of before being assigned there. Bataan had fallen and Corregidor Island would only last a few weeks longer. The mighty American navy was still trying to recover from the twin disasters of Pearl Harbor and the Java Sea. It seemed that the Rising Sun would soon make its appearance in Australia.
But, not if the men of Strikeforce Falcon had anything to say about it.
Strikeforce Falcon is a series of digital single short stories loosely based on the exploits of Z Special Group—a group of Allied commandos who drew on the experiences of the British Special Operations Executive and adapted them to the jungles and islands of the Pacific theater.
In the early days of 1942, Imperial Japan was on the march in the Southwest Pacific. The Netherlands East Indies had fallen except for a few hold-outs on islands most of their defenders had never heard of before being assigned there. Bataan had fallen and Corregidor Island would only last a few weeks longer. The mighty American navy was still trying to recover from the twin disasters of Pearl Harbor and the Java Sea. It seemed that the Rising Sun would soon make it’s appearance in Australia.
But, not if the men of Strikeforce Falcon had anything to say about it.
Strikeforce Falcon: Operation Komodo is the second and last story in a series loosely based on the exploits of Z Special Group—a group of Allied commandos who drew on the experiences of the British Special Operations Executive and adapted them to the jungles and islands of the Pacific theater. Author Richard C. White brings the horror and heroics of War to life again in Strikeforce Falcon: Operation Komodo. From Pro Se Productions.
Calasia is a nice little town if you don’t mind running into the occasional oddball, street thug, or troll. It was a pretty normal summer day when Ze’eva Blackthorne approached Theron Chase, a detective, with a problem. Someone was trying to kill her. Even worse, that someone seemed to know her deepest secret, because why else would he be using silver bullets to try and knock her off? To make matters worse, it seems that everywhere Ze’eva and Theron go while he’s investigating the case, assassins and bodies keep turning up and the local cops are more than happy to blame the growing body count on Theron. The clues all seem to point to one thing. While Ze’eva is the target, she’s not the ultimate prize. Apparently the person behind this threat is after her father, a man she’s never met, and this mastermind is pulling out all the stops. Theron soon learns there’s a new threat . . . an assassin who has the ability to assume another person or creature’s shape. So now, Theron must protect his client from anyone and everyone they meet and still try to solve the case before someone decides to end Ze’eva’s singing career—permanently. From author Richard White comes the first in a series of supernatural Private Eye adventures featuring Theron Chase. Thrill and chill to the perfect blend of mystery and monsters in The Full Moon Affair. From Pro Se Productions.
Rachel Black is known to millions for many reasons—her hit movies, her glamorous lifestyle, and her reputed romances with Hollywood’s leading men. But Rachel also leads a secret life far away from the hot spotlights as the terror of criminals, saboteurs, and spies…because with the donning of a mask and risking of her life, Rachel is The Dark Leopard, Hollywood’s glamorous detective star. Rachel, her father, Langston Black, and Mark Stone, a journalist and some-time partner with the lovely masked heroine, are in Monaco to make a movie about Nancy Wake, the World War II’s most celebrated British Special Operations agent. It’s the chance of a lifetime for Rachel and she’ll do anything to make the picture successful. However, when things start going wrong on the set, she begins to wonder whether it’s a rival movie company or perhaps something more sinister—something that may call for a certain feline super-hero. Then, a shadow from the past makes Rachel remember the reason she became the Dark Leopard in the first place. Paying homage to classic Heroines of the Golden Age, Pro Se Productions proudly presents the debut adventures of The Dark Leopard, created by author Richard C. White.
She Was a Beacon of Justice During the Dark Days of World War II. She Continues Her Heroic Battle Against Evil Today. Then and Now, Liberty Girl’s Fight has always been the same - A FIGHT FOR FREEDOM!
Pro Se Productions Proudly presents the second book based on Heroic Publishing’s LIBERTY GIRL. With tales by Richard C. White, Lou Mougin, and Lisa M. Collins and based on concepts created by Dennis Mallonee, LIBERTY GIRL: FIGHT FOR FREEDOM takes readers to the core of this stunning Heroine, revealing what makes Her tick, why She wars against Injustice, and how, no matter how powerful a force challenges her, She will never surrender freedom, hers or anyone else’s.
Known for the Finest Superheroines in Comics, Heroic Publishing has teamed up with Pro Se Productions to bring its colossal cast of characters to prose! Two Independent Publishers Join Forces to bring a Superheroine to life in a brand new way. Heroic Publishing and Pro Se Productions Proudly Present LIBERTY GIRL: FIGHT FOR FREEDOM!