The most direct way to contact me is by email at: seabrass at seabrassproductions.com. If that doesn’t seem to be working, I do have a gmail account I check often. This is at: seabrassMN at gmail.com.
Charles Brass is the pen name of Charles LeBrasseur, an Army brat born in Texas, then brought all over the world until his dad retired from active duty. Charles joined the US Navy out of high school in 1986, served a few months in the first Gulf War during his six-year stint, then settled in North Carolina for about twelve years. After obtaining his CT/MRI certifications, he moved to Minnesota. He now works the night shift at the local small city hospital, performing CTs and MRIs on in-house and emergency patients. In addition, Charles is using his BS in Animation to create patient education videos, so that people scheduled for diagnostic imaging exams like CTs and MRIs can see what they can expect and come prepared for their studies.
Charles began writing in 1988, when he arrived at his first duty station, the US Naval Hospital on Guam. For the first time in his life he was out of school, and with nothing to claim his time when the workday was done, he bought a new-at-the-time Smith Corona portable word processor (a glorified typewriter) and began typing out his many story ideas. After a second, more improved word processor, he graduated to a brand-spanking-new computer with an Intel 80386 chip and a 40MB hard drive. By then the ideas had changed into actual stories, though still extremely rough around the edges. Charles wrote six novel-length manuscripts over the next few years in an effort to hone his craft, including four of his recent publications.
As the internet grew and became part of our modern life, Charles attempted to establish himself online with his pen name, Charles Brass. In working with his first ISP way back in the day, he tried to take the online name CBrass, but it was taken. So CBrass became Seabrass, and Charles has stuck with that ever since!
Charles’s works include his debut science-fiction novel Terrorcruise, the books set in his Ux-Blood Universe (Earth Cell, Witchblood, Witch Warden, and the novella A Child of Byne), and his shorter works published by TWB Press: Nit and Closure. His current work in progress, A Ghastly Gillion Stars is another novella set in his Ux-Blood Universe and is due in the summer of 2014.
I have two photos, both head shots, in a variety of sizes (measured in inches) and dpi for print or internet. Click on the desired photo, size, and color, and on the resulting page you can right-click the photo and save it to your computer.