I'd call my first Facebook Live cast a success. A big thanks to all who joined me, posted comments, or just said hello. FB stats show 810 views, 153 comments, and 7 shares. I am floored and humbled. Thanks again. FB Gremlins hit us around the 2 hour mark,but otherwise it went off without a hitch.
Today's the day! Join me at 6 pm EST at www.facebook.com/bobbyenash as I attempt my first Facebook Live reading and Q&A. I will start off reading the opening chapter to Snow Falls and then answer any questions you have so, please, bring your questions and I will try my best to answer them and be entertaining. Live at 6 pm EST on my page www.facebook.com/bobbyenash
Okay, let's do this thing. Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 16th at 6 pm EST, I will attempt my first Facebook Live reading and Question and Answer session. I will start off reading the opening chapter to Snow Falls since it's still #TheSummerofSnow around these parts.
Another great Atlanta Comic Convention in the books. #ACC100 Hard to believe it has been 100 cons and ACC shows no signs of slowing down. The day started off pretty busy, then slowed a bit as the pouring ran moved in. As things eased off a bit, weather wise, the crowds returned and it was a rather busy, productive day. I met some new people, including some creators, and saw some friends, who came by to say hello. All in all, a fun day. I always have a fun time at ACC.
I'm looking forward to returning in January 2020.
The only downsides to yesterday's convention day was breaking the
crown off one of my teeth and still dealing with my sciatica pain. Thankfully, there was no pain with the tooth and I was able to save the crown. Heading to the dentist tomorrow to get it reattached. The hard part will be figuring out how to pay for it. Fun, fun. Today, I revisited the chiropractor to work on my Sciatica issue. I'm much improved over the past few weeks, but walking is still rather painful. Hopefully, it will continue to improve.
Huge thanks to artist Bill Sartain for naming BEN Books author Bobby Nash as the Spotlight Indie Artist of the Week. "I'm honored," says Bobby Nash of the spotlight..
Our new Spotlight Indie Artist of the Week is author Bobby Nash. He's a writer of novels, comic books, short stories and screenplays.
His first comic book came out in 1992, but his first professional break came in 2000. This gave Bobby the inspiration to start writing novels. His first novel was published in 2004 and released in 2005. Shortly after that in 2006 he was hired to write short stories.
Bobby Nash currently has over 100 stories in print including 21 novels/novellas, 47 short stories/anthologies, and 49 comic books/graphic novels. Go to www.bobbynash.com to check out his spectacular collection. I've recently read his book "Snow Falls" and highly recommend it as well.
With one final trigger, the end is here! I posted the finale of my serialized novel, SUICIDE BOMB to patrons tonight, completing this experiment in offering serialized fiction. I hope my patrons enjoyed it. The experiment certainly helped me get this long delayed project finished so, for that alone, I am calling it a success.
Begins in November!
A new serialized novella (fewer weeks to reach the end), a crime/thriller called "IN THE WIND" begins in November. Want to get in on the ground floor? Subscribe to my exclusive Patreon feed at www.patreon.com/bobbynash and help me continue creating amazing stories.
When cool, snowy weather hits, enjoy your favorite piping hot refreshment in a hot SNOW mug! We have 7 designs to choose from, or collect them all! TODAY ONLY, we are offering these SNOW MUGS at a special sale rate of 50% off regular price! Yes! Save 50% which is basically buy one, get one free!
I was able to spend some time at the writing desk yesterday and today and accomplished quite a bit. The Sciatica pain has subsided a good deal, mostly bothering me when I walk. I can only go a small distance before it cramps up and hurts, but once I sit down a few minutes, it relaxes. The upside to that is I can get up and move around, and more importantly, get back to work. I also purchased a special sciatic cushion for the chair that makes a world of difference. My brother kindly loaned me his nice, comfortable desk chair to use for the time being. I really need to scrounge some money together and hit the office surplus store and find a new office chair.
Tomorrow, I'll be on the road with my dad for a bit. Hopefully, this trip will go better than our last as that was when the Sciatica flared up. Hopefully, this trip will be more pleasant.
The October edition of the Nash News email newsletter was sent out this morning. Not a subscriber? No worries. Subscribing is free and easy. Just head on over to www.subscribepage.com/NashNews and sign up.
#TheSummerofSnow continues! A big snowy Thank You to Robert Preston for his 5- STAR Amazon review of SNOW Series 1, Volume 1. You can read the review HERE.
"SNOW S1V1 IS A CLASSIC ACTION ADVENTURE WORTH A READ! After purchasing Bobby Nash’s “Snow” series 1 volume 1, I sat it on the side table with the intention of reading it when the opportunity presented itself, however once I started reading the book, casual reading turned into compulsory reading until I finished the book. “Snow Falls” and “Snow Storm,” the first two Snow stories were a fun classic detective story read that reminded me of great television cop dramas that inspired the author. The first two books were a solid introduction to the main character Abraham Snow, his family and friends who accompany him on his action adventures. It was in the third book, “Snow Drive,” that I became a fan. The story is tight, and the mystery whips you around keeping you suitably off balance until the end. I totally recommend the “Snow” series and the best way it to purchase the first three books in this single volume. Truly worth a five-star rating. Looking forward to the further adventures of Abraham Snow."
Reviews like this one are like an oasis in the desert and I want you to know that all reviews are appreciated. Thanks again for the kind words. I'm glad you dug it.
There's more Snow on the way soon as #TheSummerofSnow continues!
I love acting. I don't get the chance to do it as often as I like, but I enjoy it. I am thrilled to be part of Creepshow. Watch the Creepshow trailer HERE or below.
Roxanne Benjamin directed a Creepshow story called Skinwalkers, written by Paul Dini and Stephen Langford. Creepshow is produced by Greg Nicotero.
Dana Gould in Skinwalkers (I'm just off to the right of this shot).
Dana Gould (super nice guy, by the way) stars in the story of a man who considers a miraculous new treatment for weight loss that turns out to have unexpected complications. I can't share any spoilers, but look for me in a small role near the beginning of the episode.
Skinwalkers airs on Halloween night, October 31st on AMC's Shudder streaming app.
A new month means new Patreon goodies. This week, I will send out an ebook to the $5 and up Patrons in the ebook of the month club, put together the October Nash News newsletter, and post the finale to my serialized novel, "Suicide Bomb." I will also start putting together the next serialized story. This one features Sommersville sheriff Tom Myers (from Evil Ways and Deadly Games! in his own adventure called "In The Wind."
I love it when my friends like my box art. Thanks for the kind words, Mark Holmes.
"Check out what came in the mail today! My Buddy Bobby Nash's new Nightveil novel packaged with box art. Some might call it a doodle. I call it Awesome!"
Thanks for the kind words, Robert Krog. I hope you enjoy the book and DVD.
"Among life’s simple pleasures is getting packages in the mail. This illustrated box came from writer, Bobby Nash, who goes above and beyond the call of duty and with style. He also attempted to remedy a bad situation that was no fault of his when the post office lost the first book I ordered from him. But just look at all this! It’s totally worth paying for it twice."
Thanks again, gents. Want to order books direct form the author. Check out my official on-line store. If you want something not yet in the store, drop me a message and I can get it to you.
I was a guest at the first annual Next Chapter - a Books and Author Convention on Saturday, September 7, 2019 in Ringgold, GA. The event ran from 10a.m. - 4p.m. and featured authors of all stripes, an impressive kid's corner, and fun panels. You can find official photos from the event HERE.
I was on these three panels and had fun on each. The panelists were a lot of fun to chat with and the topics were interesting. :
11:00 - You've got the write Stuff, baby! How marvelous stories take form.
1:00 - A Peek Into Publishing
3:00 - Don't Kill My Favorite Character
A big thank you to Kenyon Henry, our host for the event. Kenyon and his team put on a great event and took good care of the guests, including feeding us, which is always a good way to an author's heart.
It was also great seeing friends like Dan Jolley, James Palmer, Ellie Raine, Seth Tucker, Stephanie Osborn, and more. The event supported local libraries and I am thrilled to say that a couple of my books will now be in Ringgold's library and available for checkout.
On a personal level, my Dad joined me for the day to help watch the table while I did panels. This is the first convention my dad has attended and I think he enjoyed himself. At first, I was afraid he would be bored as this is not really his kind of event, but R.O. is a charming, guy and, in typical fashion, found plenty of people to talk to at the event. I think he enjoyed it. We also had a nice ride up and back, which was fun.
I understand that there will be a Next Chapter Con in 2020. I would definitely love to return for that.