Terry A. Abbott

is creating a Graphic Novel Series Website & YouTube Channel
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About Terry A. Abbott

Hi all,

Citylife2050 is a graphic novel series set in the near future. Most of the stories follow the exploits of T.J. Investigations and co as they go about many adventures in and around the fictional city of Leyland. (Except for The End or the Beginning - which sets everything up.) 

Every Friday I will post one new entry of the novel on to the website. All previous episode/parts are available as PDF's. Each overarching story will eventually be published as an electronic / kindle book. The website gives an overview of the characters and the city they inhabit, as well as a history of the series and how it got to where it is today.

The second part is the YouTube channel. 
Each Monday I will post the Monday Moan. I just moan about anything that really takes my fancy at the time. From the Incompetence of Chris Grayling to the demise of Television. 

Every two weeks on a Tuesday I will do a video blog on how the website is. What plans are in place and what's new. I will look out the story and run down info on characters, events and an in-depth look at the districts of the city. Alternating with a comments video linked to the Monday Moan.

I can only do this with your help and support.  Citylife2050 has been a passion of mine for over 30 years and I know the characters and stories inside out and I hope that others will enjoy the stories that I craft.

Thanks for reading.

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