Mo Bros Books publishes quality fiction authored by brothers Gibson Morales and Vicente Morales. As our publishing imprint and therefore our vehicle to get our books out to you, the readers, we pledge the following:
We will write and publish compelling stories with fascinating characters faced with difficult challenges.
Basically, we strive to provide readers with compelling, entertaining fiction.
Gibson Morales is the award-winning author of the sci-fi action novels The Deadliest Earthling and The Boy Who Wields Thunder. He publishes these under his imprint, Mo Bros Books, which he formed with his brother and writer Vicente. Gibson graduated from USC and lives in Los Angeles. When not writing, Gibson enjoys boxing, most things geek-related, computer science, and traveling.
Vicente Morales grew up in Los Angeles, California and attended USC. He writes crime fiction and is a purveyor of the modern “narco-novel,” a subgenre of hard boiled crime noir focusing on drug traffickers in Latin America. His upcoming novel “El Terrible,” set against the lush tropical backdrop of Costa Rica, dramatizes the journey of man who begins as a polite outsider with “nothing more than five thousand dollars, a pretty good brain, and a pair of balls,” and rises to become a violent drug kingpin. Vicente’s other interests include traveling, screenwriting, and photography. The guiding philosophy of his writing is to create fascinating characters who struggle to deal with their inner demons, usually within bloody, hard boiled worlds where brutal and violent enemies lurk.
Are you a publishing company? Mo Bros Books is a publishing imprint created especially for the work of novelists Gibson Morales and Vicente Morales. The driving force behind Mo Bros Books is the brothers’ strong desire to write compelling fiction for the readers’ enjoyment.
Do you use Facebook? Gibson Morales doesn’t use Facebook, but you can find Vicente Morales here https://www.facebook.com/vicentemoralesauthor/
Do you guys co-write your books? Though we don’t collaborate per se, we constantly bounce ideas and feedback off each other. In this sense, our creative process grows richer, resulting in better fiction for our readers.
Do you have any advice for aspiring writers? As writers going the self-published route, we believe the greatest asset for new or intermediate writers is to focus on developing great stories. Marketing and your platform are pretty important too, but it all boils down to what you can give readers.
We highly suggest any new writers check out the following:
Story by Robert McKee
Beta readers, professional editors, and writing classes are also good ideas no matter what stage of writing you are in. Personal feedback always helps.