We believe in our Geeks and the stories they create, and that is why we dedicate so much time and energy into our Geeks and their literary genius. Keeping everything in-house allows the Geeks to have complete creative control: editing, formatting, covers, marketing, and so forth. GOI prides itself in breaking out of what traditional publishing houses have deemed as acceptable for mainstream literary fame and audiences. The world is beautifully colorful, creative and unique, and our Geeks take insurmountable pleasure embracing their worlds and infusing each story with their distinctive voice and storytelling style. Nothing is taboo, and nothing will find itself on an editing room floor because of color, religion, orientation, background, or outlook. GOI gets much gratification from producing well-rounded and unique stories regardless of the genre. GOI prides itself on diversity and breaking down barriers, and will continue to do so with upcoming releases from Charlie Sinn and Aeon Shadow in 2017.
At this time, GOI is not accepting unsolicited manuscripts. However, GOI is currently looking for translators. We’d like to break into the international market. We are looking for passionate readers that are fluent (spoken and written word) in any other languages: German, French, Spanish, Italian, Norwegian, Russian, and so forth. Our International team will get exclusive signed collector editions in both languages, royalties for each title they translate, noted translation credit, and more.
Please, inquire if you are interested.
Editing is an important part of the writing and publishing process. No matter how many times an author reads through and edits a manuscript, there is much they miss. Even large publishing houses miss things, so do we, but with our multi-pass editing service we go out of our way to make sure we have some of the best freelance editors for each element and stage of your manuscript, and beta readers available.
Please, don't hesitate to contact us for more information on editing or beta reader services.
EDITING / BETA READERS
It's no surprise that covers sell books. You can have the greatest manuscript ever written, but it will not get in the hands of readers unless they are drawn to it. Readers gravitate towards what is visually appealing and then, and only then, do they pick it up to thumb through it. Here at Geeks on Ink we pride ourselves on our cover art and the rights we secure to use stock, fonts, and brushes.
If you are interested in possibly working with Geeks on Ink for your cover art needs, please contact us today.
Below are examples of some of our current work and pending releases to show the wide variety of genres and styles we work in.