Wednesday, January 20, 2016

NEW 5 STAR FREELANCER: THE TRAVELER SANCTION REVIEW AT AMAZON!


Big thanks to Michael A. Dubrow for his kind review of From the Pen of Bobby Nash, Book 1: Freelancer - The Traveler Sanction at Amazon. It is much appreciated, sir. That last line still has me smiling.

Fast paced, action packed, and fun. But most impressive about this story is it's tight plot. There is not a wasted moment. The twists are unexpected, the characters are briefly introduced yet fully realized, and when you get to the end, you realize that though its a novella, a lot happened and it all made sense. This book is like a text book on what an action novel should be.

Bobby

You can still get the FREELANCER: THE TRAVELER SANCTION ebook novella by Bobby Nash for FREE from Barnes and Noble or Smashwords. Pro Se Productions has a number of their Single Shot Signature line of ebooks for free at the moment, including mine. You should check them out.

From the Pen of Bobby Nash, Book 1:
Freelancer - The Traveler Sanction
Published by Pro Se Productions
Cover: Jeff Hayes

Get it free at Barnes and Noble or Smashwords.

For years, award winning author Bobby Nash has defined action and adventure with his own unique style of storytelling. Now Nash brings both his talent and imagination to his own digital short story creator’s imprint as a part of Pro Se Productions’ Pro Se Single Shot Signature line- From the Pen of Bobby Nash!

Nash’s Signature imprint debuts with Freelancer-The Traveler Sanction! When trouble rears its ugly head and you’ve no one left to turn to, call in a specialist. It’s time to call in The Freelancer. When the Secretary of Defense’s daughter is kidnapped, the Freelancer is called in to rescue her, but is there something more sinister afoot and will this mysterious heroine figure it out in time?

Freelancer-The Traveler Sanction, the first story From the Pen of Bobby Nash, as a part of the Pro Se Single Shot Signature line from Pro Se Productions. 

Get it FREE at Barnes and Noble or SmashwordsAlso available at Amazon, although not currently showing there for free, but at the standard $0.99.



Freelancer will return in 2016.

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