24 March, 2009

I've Been Committed to "The Brink"

J.C. Hutchins just sent me my commitment papers:


You can view the larger version, in which you can read about my illness and the crimes I committed against humanity Here

I also got this nifty avatar as a thank you for participating in the project:


My husband sent his own contribution in this morning, and was also committed to "The Brink."

You can see the expanded version and read all about his life as a sociopathic serial murderer here. His name really isn't George Gordon, or Lord Byron, but George Gordon is the best serial killer name EVER!

As I mentioned yesterday, you really should take a look at J.C. Hutchins' site and preorder his upcoming project, Personal Effects: Dark Art. This interactive novel experience will have you on the edge of your seat! Here is a blurb straight from the site:

"Set in a mental institution for hopeless dead-enders, Personal Effects: Dark Art chronicles the life of Zach Taylor, a young and optimistic art therapist. Gifted at his job, he uses his patients’ personal effects — the personal items cataloged during their admission to the hospital — to help decipher the secrets of their mental problems."

As a reader you will be able to call the numbers in the book, visit the websites and more. This promises to be an amazing experience, with excellent reviews by the likes of Scott Sigler, Anthony E. Zuiker, Daniel Myrick and several other talented horror aficionados.

If you haven't had a chance to check it out, please do. J.C. Hutchins will be offering more opportunities to get personally involved in "The Brink" over the next few weeks, so be sure to check the website often. What are you waiting for, go get committed already!


Ozzy said...


Love the artwork...

Helen Ginger said...

That is funny. Definitely avatars you'll want to put on display.

Jenny Beans said...

Thank you, Ozzy! I'm glad you stopped by.

Helen, it's an interesting concept. An interactive horror novel experience. I can't wait!

Morgan Mandel said...

I always suspected there was something a bit different about you.

Morgan Mandel

Der Merzmensch said...

That's awesome!
I like your contributions.

I wonder which diagnosis I'll get after I've commited my work to them today.