Thursday, April 19, 2018


The plan was simple.

Today's office. It's an Absolutely gorgeous day here in Bethlehem, Georgia so I took the laptop and headed to the outside office. I'm loving these nice temps. #amwriting

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I had one of the most interesting author interview experiences today. The entire interview was conducted over chat and featured emojis, GIFs, etc. It was unique and fun. I will post a link when it goes live on Tuesday.



I had great fun talking all things MCU with The Story Geeks, Jay Sherer and Daryl Smith tonight. 

We took a look at all of the Marvel movies beginning with Iron Man and the lead up to The Avengers: Infinity War.

Look for the podcast to go live on Tuesday.


Wednesday, April 18, 2018


You want action? Well, then you've come to the right place. Meet Georgia's hottest heroes!

Abraham Snow (Snow Falls, Snow Storm, Snow Drive): A bullet in the chest was only the beginning of Abraham Snow's adventures.

FBI Special Agent Harold Palmer (Evil Ways): A trip down south to visit family puts Agent Palmer between a killer and his victims.

Detective John Bartlett and Benjamin West (Deadly Games!): Bartlett and West are the only hope of survival for a group targeted by a sadistic madman. If they don't kill each other first.

EVIL WAYS, DEADLY GAMES!, SNOW FALLS, SNOW STORM, and SNOW DRIVE are now available for purchase in paperback and ebook and available to read for free with your Kindle Unlimited subscription.

Learn more at and

Their adventures are just beginning!


Tuesday, April 17, 2018


Looking for the perfect vacation reads for summer! Look no further!

Now, you can take BOBBY'S BIG BOX O' BOOKS with you on your trip. Perfect for relaxing in a hammock, bat, inner tube, beach, or wherever your travels take you. For a measly $50 (plus $5 shipping and handling), you get 7 autographed paperbacks including the 2018 Pulp Factory Award nominee for Best Novel, SNOW DRIVE (normally a $72 value on their own), a signed Starship Farragut DVD, and a custom piece of art by Bobby Nash. What a great deal for only $50! ( plus $5 shipping and handling domestic - international shipping unfortunately costs more).

Go ahead! Get yours today! 


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Sunday, April 15, 2018


Due to an unforeseen circumstance, I have had to cancel my appearance at the Clarksville, TN Anime and Comic Con on April 21st and 22nd in Clarksville, TN. Apologies to all who had planned to see me there. Unfortunately, it is unavoidable. Special thanks to Marc Ballard for inviting me to the con. 

I look forward to seeing photos from the event.



The class.
I visited with the art class at OCAF, the Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation Art Center in Watkinsville, GA on Saturday, April 14th. It was a lot of fun. My friend, Alan Black hosts this class and I was thrilled to talk to them about how comics are created.

In the photos, the faces of the kids in the class were obscured at the request of the instructor due to permission issues. I have also chosen to respect his wishes int he photos I took at the event.

Alan Black, the class instructor.
I gave a brief presentation about creating comics and then worked with the students to help them create and draw a 6 panel story of their very own using their character, Binky The Clown. Binky is an evil entity that the kids have fought off before in previous class projects. In this story, Binky escapes hell to get his revenge.

Those kids are very creative.
And happy. Check out those smiles.

Learn more about the Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation Art Center at

If You Can Hold a Pencil... You Can Cartoon
With Robert Alan Black, PhD
The goal in the class is to help you begin to create your own cartoon characters, panels, strips and have fun doing it during each class. Students will focus on cartoons while learning to draw or improve their drawing skills. Class exercises, challenges & one-on-one time will also help you begin to capture your own humor in drawings.


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Bobby talks about the fun of creating comics.

Working on the project.

Working on the project.

Working on the project.

The project features a returning villain: Binky The Clown. He's evil!

Panel 1. Binky escapes the fires of hell to seek revenge on the kids who beat him before.

Panel 2. Binky gives chase. The kids run,

Panel 3. One of the kids trips and falls.

Panel 4. Binky swoops in for the kill.

Panel 5. The other kids leap to their fallen friend's aid, fighting off Binky.

Editing the story.

Bobby demonstrates going from comic book script to art.

Happy class.

Saturday, April 14, 2018


Ron Fortier's Flight Log chronicles this year's Windy City Pulp & Paper Show, which I also attended and where the Pulp Factory Awards were handed out. It was a fun, magical event.

Give it a read and check out the photos at


Friday, April 13, 2018


From where I sit...
Today's office... Naturally, one of the neighbors started mowing after I got set up, but I don't care. There's beautiful weather. I plan to enjoy it while I write.

Today, I'm working on SNOW TRAPPED.

Happy Friday!



With The Ruby Files being nominated for 5 Pulp Factory Awards and winning 3 (Best Short Story, Best Interior Illustrations, and Best Anthology), Airship 27 Productions has gone back to press with an updated cover spotlighting the achievement.

Any copies purchased beginning next week will have the updated cover dress.

Congratulations again, Team Ruby!

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Thursday, April 12, 2018


I was planning to head outside to write today, but it was all yellow and messy. Everything is clean now, but still wet. Maybe I'll get out there tomorrow. 

Today, I'm in the regular office working on Snow Trapped. 

Happy Thursday.

#amwriting #todaysoffice #Snow


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Thank you.



I've added a new signing event to my schedule for July.

Celebrate Independence Weekend with Independent Comic Creators at a book signing event on July 7, 2018 at Richard's Comics and Collectables in Greenville, SC. Creators Michael Gordon, Peter Cutler, J.R. Mounts, and Bobby Nash will be on hand for this fun event. 

We hope to see you there.


Wednesday, April 11, 2018

A writing thought for today...

It's a shame that chasing deadlines doesn't count as exercise.
If it did, I would be in excellent shape.
--Bobby Nash (out of shape author)


The Nash News email newsletter for April is winging its way to subscriber's inboxes today. In addition to news and updates, this month's newsletter contains EXCLUSIVE CONTENT, including a FREE EBOOK and a first look at the cover to the upcoming SNOW TRAPPED digest novel. It's not to late for you to become a Nash News Subscriber. Signing up is easy. Head on over to and fill in the blanks.

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Tuesday, April 10, 2018


I've added a new event to my calendar for June. I will be participating in the Books and Beer Local Author Reading Extravaganza on June 9, 2018 at Summit Wayside Tavern in Snellville, GA. (7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.) 

Summit Wayside Tavern
3334 Stone Mountain Hwy.
Snellville, Georgia 30078

Come and enjoy beer, wine, and spirits at the Summit Wayside Tavern. Local authors will be present reading from and selling their books. Adventure, erotica, poetry, and more will be shared on a fun night that will benefit the Southeast Gwinnett County Food Co-op. There will also be a book raffle.

It looks to be a fun event. I hope to see you there.


Books and Beer Local Author Reading Extravaganza on June 9, 2018 in Snellville, GA. (7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.) at Summit Wayside Tavern, 3334 Stone Mountain Hwy, Snellville, Georgia 30078.  770-736-1333

Come and enjoy beer, wine, and spirits at the Summit Wayside Tavern. Local authors will be present reading from and selling their books. Adventure, erotica, poetry, and more will be shared on a fun night that will benefit the Southeast Gwinnett County Food Co-op. There will also be a book raffle.

You can find a FAQ list here.

Monday, April 9, 2018


Over the weekend, my family took a long overdue road trip together. It's been 7 months since my mother passed away and my dad needed to get out for a bit. I think we all did. The Windy City Pulp and Paper Convention was this weekend, and since I was nominated for a couple of awards, we packed up the vehicle, put Georgia in our rear view, and headed toward Chicago. The plan was to not get in a hurry, which we didn't, make several stops, which we really didn't do either, except for a quick stop at McKay's in Chattanooga, Tennessee. I love that store and can't pass through without visiting. We traveled through Tennessee, Kentucky, and into Illinois on Thursday, arriving very early Friday morning.

It's a good thing we went as it turns out I won the Pulp Factory Award for Best Short Story, which was pretty darn cool. The awards ceremony was held Friday evening to a lively crowd. It was a wonderful moment and I was honored to accept my first Pulp Factory Award in person while surrounded by my friends.

Speaking of, I also got to hang out with some talented friends that I don't get to see near often enough or had never met in person until this weekend like Van Allen Plexico, Wayne Reinegal, Ron Fortier, Rob Davis, Doug Klauba, David White, Ray Reithmeier, Will Murray, Mike Chomko, and more. I apologize if I forgot anyone. It's been a long weekend and I am terrible with names so there are a few folks I met for the first time and I'm blanking on names. Apologies. The old brain has turned to pulp, methinks.

The Pulp Factory Awards were presented at the 2018 Windy City Pulp and Paper Convention in Chicago. I was honored to have SNOW DRIVE nominated for Best Novel and my story, "Takedown" from THE RUBY FILES Vol. 2 nominated for Best Short Story. 

The winners for works published in 2017 are:
Best Novel: Pulp Heroes: Sanctuary Falls by Wayne Reinagel
Best Short Story: Takedown by Author Bobby Nash from Ruby Files, Vol 2
Best Anthology: The Ruby Files, Vol 2 (Airship 27)
Best Cover art: Holmes & Houdini by Chad Hardin Art
Best Interior Art: The Ruby Files, Vol 2 by Nik Poliwko
Special Award: Pulp Grand Master: Ron Fortier

Congratulations to all the winners!

I am truly honored to accept the award for Best Short Story for my story, " Takedown" from Airship 27's The Ruby Files, Vol 2The Ruby Files was nominated 5 times and won 3. Congratulations to Team Ruby! I am proud of you all and thrilled to be part of this amazing book.

I didn't have a table at the con and only told two people, only one of whom was at the con, that I was coming. I wanted to surprise everyone, which I did. That was nice. I did hear a lot that if people knew I was coming they would have brought books to get signed so I will make sure to announce these things in the future. I still managed to sign several books that were on sale in the dealer's room. 

On Saturday, we hit the road for Cherryville, Missouri, a tiny, tiny little town that was very hard to find on a map, which we had to use since there was no cell service int he area so no
GPS. My Dad has an old Army buddy who lives in Cherryville. They still trade Christmas cards and talk on the phone, but have not seen one another in person in 48 years. Since we were sorta, kinda in the neighborhood, we planned a reunion and had a grand visit for a few hours. Hopefully, they won't wait so long to meet up again. It was my first visit to Missouri, which was neat. I got to see the famous St. Louis Arch. Although we didn't stop to visit, it looked cool from the interstate. I grabbed a souvenir shot glass to commemorate the experience.

Next, we headed to Metropolis, Illinois, also arriving there very early in the morning. I love Metropolis and was looking forward to showing my dad and brother the Superman and Pop Culture museums on Sunday before we headed home, but alas, nether of them had any interest so we left without taking the tour. We did stop so I could take a quick photo with the Superman statue.

From there, it was back through Kentucky, Tennessee (where I snapped a shot of the fabled Batman Building), and finally back home to Georgia where I crashed hard after getting home. It was a long, tiring weekend, but I had an absolutely amazing time. I posted a lot of photos from my travels to my various social media pages. Hopefully, they were not too intrusive.

All in all, it was a great weekend. Thanks to everyone who helped make the weekend possible and enjoyable. Maybe I'll be able to return to Windy City Pulp and Paper Con next year with some books to sell.


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Saturday, April 7, 2018


Derrick Ferguson says some nice things about my novel, Snow Falls. You can read it HERE.

Here's a snippet:
Bobby Nash is a writer that has always impressed me with his versatility. You name it, he’s probably written it. New Pulp, Classic Pulp, Science Fiction, Planetary Romance, Mystery, Horror, Hard-Boiled P.I. Thrillers. And in a variety of formats; novels, novellas, comic books, graphic novels. He’s also acted in a number of movies and television shows. Just going over his resume makes me feel like a lazy bum.

Read the full review HERE.

Thanks for the kind words, pal.


Friday, April 6, 2018


Impact Radio USA's "Dr. Paul's Family Talk" radio show is re-airing my author interview from October 2017 on Friday, April 6th at

Dr. Paul's Family Talk airs LIVE at 11:00 am, with replays at 3:00 pm and 8:00 pm. All times are EDT.

Here's the information from when it aired originally:

A big thanks to Paul for a fun conversation in spite of my croaky voice as I'm fighting a sinus infection. We talked writing in general and spent some time delving into Evil Ways and Snow Drive. Also, thanks to Deborah for setting it all up and introducing me to Paul. Thanks for an amazing interview.

Listen live HERE or stream it HERE. The interview is also available as a podcast. You can listen to the podcast version HERE.

***** Interview With Author Bobby Nash Today on Dr. Paul's Family Talk *****

Live shows air Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 11:00 am EDT  (Repeated at 3:00 pm and 8:00 pm EDT)

IMPACT RADIO USA provides the best in news, talk, sports, and music 24 hours a day, 52 weeks per year. (click on the LISTEN LIVE button)
Head straight to the audio by going to the following:

If you are interested in arranging an interview on the “Dr. Paul’s Family Talk” show on IMPACT RADIO USA, please message Deborah Ratliff on Facebook.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018


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