Monday, April 17, 2017

New Author Interview and new Signed Book Giveaway!

Hi all,

Some news.



Hungry Monster Review posted my new author interview this week. It is mainly about One Smoking Hot Fairy Tail, which they'd recently reviewed and gave 5 stars! Not to mention, it just won and award with them too. :)



There is also an active giveaway going on at my friend, author E.J. Stevens' site. Click the link below and enter for a signed copy of The Lifeblood of Ill-fated Women and an Amazon GC.


Back to preparing my next novel for publication.

Thanks all!

Write Makes Might!

Kevin James Breaux
 

Thursday, April 13, 2017

One Smoking Hot Fairy Tail Blog has Two Character Bios on it now.

Hi all,

Quick note.

On the official book blog for ONE SMOKING HOT FAIRY TAIL there is now two character bios posted. (next month there should be three.)

 
You can read the Sabrina London bio here: 

And...


You can read the Moselle bio here:


Hope you enjoy the insight to the characters. And remember to post reviews of the book. :)

Thanks all!

Kevin James Breaux
 

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Kevin James Breaux - Author and Artist - first character painting in a long time.

Sabrina London Painting by Author Kevin James Breaux

Hi all!

Here it is. My first character art is like 20 years! I got brave and painted Sabrina London from ONE SMOKING HOT FAIRY TAIL on a 6x6 canvas. She is in acrylic and glitter paint. Her wings sparkle like crazy!

One Smoking Hot Fairy Tail (The Water Kingdom)
by Kevin James Breaux
Link: http://a.co/fzckw38

I might do another one soon. But I am currently working on a series of MOTU 1980s toy portraits. It's for fun. But I am selling them too. If you want a commission, message me.  

Skeletor action figure painting.
Write Makes Might!

Kevin James Breaux

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

99 cents for LBIFW and new Book Reviews

Hi all,

There's currently a Kindle Deals sale going on for THE LIFEBLOOD OF ILL-FATED WOMEN. You can grab that for your Kindle for 99 cents from now until the end of 3/24.

The Lifeblood of Ill-fated Women (The Blood, Sun, and Moon. Book 1)
by Kevin James Breaux
Link: http://a.co/8qcaeh4


Also some new reviews popped up on Amazon for both this and One Smoking Hot Fairy Tail. One of the new reviews is very long, and well-written, but also full of spoilers. So read at your own risk.


I am seeking new ways to promote these books. So let me know if you are interested in a interview or guest post. 

Thanks!

Write Makes Might!

Kevin James Breaux


Friday, March 17, 2017

Kevin James Breaux Artist and Author and Painter and Photographer...

Hi all,
 
Time for some deep thoughts. :)
 
For a long time now, I have tried to separate the different kinds of art I do: comic book illustration, painting, figure photography, writing...etc. I mean, I really kept my writing FAR separate from my fine art. In some ways, I did not want one to effect the other negatively. But why would I think that way?
 
When I graduated from college, I had three websites. One for my comic book art and illustrations. Another was for my fine art figure photography business (which often included nude work).  And lastly, another website called BRO WEB DESIGNS for my pro graphic and web design work. Each site had its own portfolio of my work. I was very proud of this. I even had business cards for each of them.

example

 
In college, I often had teachers who shamed me for the kind of art I was doing. In BCCC, one teacher made it sound like comic book art was the worst thing on the planet. She even stated, in her syllabus, NO COMIC ART...Kevin. (yep, directed at me!)
 
In Tyler School of Art, I was made to feel bad that I photographed nude models, when we drew from nude models every week. So I guess that explains some of my fear. But why teach fear in art school? It makes no sense to me. 

Over the years, I took down my different websites when my artistic or life focus changed. And sadly, computers crashed and backups failed...and ZIP disks.... don't get me started on them. So I lost a lot of my old work. Scans of comic book illustrations I was commissioned for...all gone. I went through a lot of my old disks the other day, all I could find was one Tomb Raider pen and ink pinup. Where were the dozens of Vampirellas I did? (yes. dozens)

So for me to start to blend the different aspects of my artistic life together and show them all in one place like Facebook has really been a big step. You can also see my different projects in the list below:
 
Prints and framed book cover art and photography here.  https://society6.com/kevinjamesbreaux
 

Author site with a fine art tab here. http://www.kevinbreaux.com
 

Bringing together my art and my writing... yeah... I never thought that would ever happen. But it is. I even have a fine art tab on my author website now.

Growth. It happens. 
 
Thanks all,
 
Write Makes Might!
 
Kevin James Breaux
www.kevinbreaux.com