Hey guys, this a call to arms, of sorts. I’m looking for a few folks who would like to be test subjects, if you will. I’m in need of some Beta readers for a set of stories I’m writing. I need people who are willing to read my stuff, for free, before anyone else has the opportunity. The downside, they may be a little rough, your job as a beta would be telling me what are the last few things I need to fix before I send the manuscript off to, Max, my editor. Please, if your interested in helping me out send me an email at email@example.com and I’ll explain more expectations, don’t worry, it isn’t hard work, if you can read and can be honest with me about my work you are perfect for this job. Like and share this post as well. I can use all the eyes I can get on these things.
Make sure you check out issue #2 of the exciting Adrenaline series available everywhere Friday April 22.
After the events of Gold Rush Simon Nash has put away the mask and decides to live as a normal working man. But things don’t stay quiet long when, Andre, the brother of Kristof Rosu comes to New Haven to pick up where his brother left off and takes up the role of Zmeu, The Dragon. Adrenaline is thrust into the public eye when he becomes the subject of a police manhunt after he is framed for the murder of 2 police officers.
Point Blank Comics has a new logo.
Please tell me what you think.
Thank you Nathan Gibson for the new logo. I love it.
I have been looking at a lot of publishing houses and companies and thinking about what I want to do with my writing, and with my partnership in Point Blank Comics. And I’ve decided that I’m really going to focus on trying to get an online team together to make these comics I’m writing and by expanding Point Blank Comics as a publishing house of webcomics, e-comics (publishing through apps like comixology) and print on demand comics. An Indie Press if you will.
I have experience in self publishing and I’ve got an idea and drive. I think it’s a gripping idea that will get artists excited. The main reason for this is a simple one, almost all comic book publishers are closed to everyone but teams at the moment and with the comic book genre is bouncing back I feel the companies out there can’t handle the influx of people looking to jump into the business.
And, the mission is simple, I want to help cultivate talent and hopefully get us all noticed by one of the big boys. I’ve already set up as a publishing company when I started self publishing a couple years ago, for tax and legal reasons, so why not bring people on as a team? I don’t see any reason to not do that.
Announcements on submitting will be coming soon. We will be adding a new page on this blog very soon.
I just started on my next writing project. Here is a little log line for it.
When a man wakes up in a ditch next to a major interstate with no knowledge of who he is or who would want him dead he sets out on a quest to discover who and what he is aided by the only two clues he has, a strange brand on his right forearm and a uncanny ability to kill people with the slightest of ease.
Driver is the next installment in the Pine Bluff Mysteries series and is available at the end of the month, it is the latest from author Hughie Gibson.
Tommy Waters is a down on his luck ex-con when his cousin convinces him to drive the getaway car in a bank robbery, but this easy job turns deadly when his partners are murdered and their stolen money disappears. He is forced to drive for the man he stole from in order to find the money and discover who murdered his friends.
Driver is a noir thrill ride of pure adrenaline and suspense.
Two novellas set in the Pine Bluff Universe and Adrenaline Issue #1 are now available for free download. Please check them out. And let me know what you think. They are available at Barnes and Noble on Nook, Apple IBOOKS or many many other devices (coming soon to Amazon Kindle), or download it directly from my Author Page at Smashwords https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/Hughie77 if you would prefer the Kindle version you can download it from there.
Please let me know what you think. I would love to hear from you.