Monday, October 1, 2018


Fall comes out swinging with fight fiction! FIGHT CARD: BAREFOOT BONES is a novel by author Bobby Nash. Available in paperback and Kindle. Read it FREE with your Kindle Unlimited subscription. You can find it HERE.

About Fightcard: Barefoot Bones:
Mentored in the hollows of hardscrabble Georgia by mysterious loner Old Man Winter, then in a Chicago orphanage by ex-fighter Father Tim Brophy, James ‘Barefoot Bones’ Mason has relied on his fists to make his way. But it’s a long way from St. Vincent’s Asylum For Boys to the battlefields of Korea where Bones’ fists may not be enough. Korea, 1951. Entered in an inter-camp boxing tournament by his commanding officer, Bones finds himself in a war within a war. When a tenuous cease fire is explosively shattered, Bone’s is fighting against the highest odds of all – staying alive.

Can a skinny kid from the North Georgia mountains survive the hell of Korea and still have the guts to climb back into the ring one more time? The one constant in Bones’ life has been fighting – Lucky for him… he’s good at it.

This month, Patrons received a copy of Fightcard: Barefoot Bones ebook as part of their subscription ($5 and up). It's not too late for you to subscribe HERE.

Happy Reading.


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FIGHT CARD: BAREFOOT BONES can be purchased at the following:
Amazon (Paperback)
Barnes and Noble (paperback)
Mighty Ape NZ (paperback)
BookAdda India (paperback)
Bookwire (paperback)
Books-A-Million (paperback)
Amazon (Kindle) ebook

Fight Fiction Publisher, Fight Card Books has released Fight Card: Barefoot Bones. Fight Card: Barefoot Bones is a written by pulpmeister Bobby Nash, the 2013 Pulp Ark Award winner for Best Author, writing under the Fight Card house name of Jack Tunney. Under a cover by David Foster and edits by Fight Card co-creator Paul Bishop, Barefoot Bones is a knockout!

Learn more about Fight Card Books here.

Read Author Bobby Nash’s thoughts on crafting Fight Card: Barefoot Bones and see what it was like strapping on Jack Tunney’s gloves here.

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