Greetings to all at the start of 2012. By day I'm a miltiary officer, by night a writer of comics, novels, nonfiction, and whatever else I can pen. I've got two novels published through Kindle…Continue
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I've been away for a while, moving from NC to VA (along with twins under the age of 1). Now settled and into my routine at home and work. I'm still progressing on ClosetWorld, a faith-based fairy tale that got picked up by Arcana Comics and hopefully will be released later this year or early next. I just added art from it by artist John Amor. I'm also developing a pitch called "A Heart for al Qaeda" that's about Air Force special ops (I'm an Air Force officer in my day job). It's…Continue
Greetings everyone. It's been a busy few months. The biggest news is I've been successful at selling my comic, ClosetWorld, to independent publisher Arcana Comics. It's got fantastic art by John Amor and colors by Thomas Bonvillain. They plan to release it first digitally on comixology, then as a graphic novel sometime next year. We're a little over half-way through the 4 issues. Having a blast creating it along with some other new projects that I can't wait to share.
Greetings to all. I'm curious if anyone out there has had experience publishing their independent comics online at graphicly.com, and if so, how it went. I read a few comics from their site and I'm really impressed with their interface and the way they connect comics with reviews and fans.
Any thoughts from those who've published with them? Pros, cons? Are their other sites that have worked better for self-publication?
Thanks for sharing.
I've been mulling over possible imprint names to unite all my various independent stories under one brand name. Would love to hear any thoughts on the various ones I have so far. They are:
- Hangar 19 (the idea being you think you know what's in Hangar 18, but you have no idea what's next door to it in Hangar 19)
- Front Porch Entertainment
- Hyperion Entertainment (after both the epic poem by John Keats and my all-time favorite novel, Hyperion, by…Continue