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Saturday, November 28, 2020
Because I can never resist a challenge...
In no particular order... and subject to change the next time you ask me. These are shows I can watch over and over again and again and never grow tired of them.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Excellent TV series, one and all and each one highly recommended.
What are your top 10?
Friday, November 27, 2020
Today only! Black Friday Mug Sale!My mugs are currently 60% off at https://www.zazzle.com/store/bobbynash
Use code ZBLKFRIDAYGO at checkout to save 60%!
Thanks for your support!
A new chapter debuts.
The good news: Lance and Simon have found the mysterious lost crown of Gengis Kai in a cave on the volcano island of Magnapor. The bad news: so has The Overlord and his goons. The really bad news: the volcano awakens. And that's not even the worst thing facing them as an all-new chapter of Lance Star: Sky Ranger novella premieres at www.patreon.com/bobbynash
It's not too late to get in on the action. For as little as $1 a month you get serialized stories, behind the scenes content, freebies, and so much more. Check it out at www.patreon.com/bobbynash and let's create some bold new worlds together.
As always, your support is appreciated.
Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Nothing is ever as it seems. Ill-begotten wealth, fame, and glory come at a high price. Featuring award winning authors and Horror Writers Association members, The Devil’s Due offers enthralling horror stories of underhanded deals gone awry. Published by Valhalla Books.
Monday, November 23, 2020
A new chapter of the serialized novel, EVIL INTENT is now live at www.patreon.com/bobbynash. In this chapter... It's the calm before the storm as we are re-introduced to Harold Palmer's wife, Beverly, and daughter, Lucy. The suspense builds in an all-new chapter of Evil Intent.
A Patreon exclusive, EVIL INTENT is written by Bobby Nash and is the second novel to star FBI Agent Harold Palmer, who originally premiered in EVIL WAYS (on sale HERE now). EVIL INTENT will be published by BEN Books in 2021. Get in on the action now for as little as $1 a month and be among the first to read the latest Harold Palmer thriller. www.patreon.com/bobbynash
As always, your support is appreciated.
Sunday, November 22, 2020
www.patreon.com/bobbynash and https://newpulpheroes.com/lance-star-sky-ranger please take a look at some of previous adventures of Lance Star and the Sky Rangers. New serialized chapters debut this week.
The Adventures of Lance Star: Sky Ranger by Bobby Nash (ebook collection)
Lance Star: Sky Ranger Vol. 1 (paperback/audio/ebook)
Lance Star: Sky Ranger Vol. 2 (paperback/ebook/audio)
Lance Star: Sky Ranger Vol. 3 (paperback/ebook/audio)
Lance Star: Sky Ranger Vol. 4 (paperback/ebook/audio)
Lance Star: Sky Ranger "One Shot!" (comic/ebook)
Pulp Adventures #32 (magazine)
Pulp Reality #1 (magazine)
AIRSHIP 27 PRESENTS: ALL-STAR PULP COMICS VOL. 2 (comic)
AIRSHIP 27 PRESENTS: ALL-STAR PULP COMICS VOL. 3 (comic)
The Sky Rangers also make guest appearances in the following:
DOMINO LADY: SEX AS A WEAPON (paperback/ebook/audio)
DOMINO LADY: SEX AS A WEAPON (hardcover)
SECRET AGENT X - “The Sea Wraiths” (paperback/ebook)
Operation: Silver Moon (comic/ebook)
Learn more about Lance Star: Sky Ranger at http://lancestar.blogspot.com
Ready on the flight line!
Friday, November 20, 2020
Rose also has a new podcast on Spotify, entitled: “RileyRose Author, Storytelling Is One Of My Favorite Things”. You can read all about it on her website. Exclusively for Bobby Nash fans, RileyRose is offering a free ebook of her new release, “Secret Agent Vela Kurv”. This is a full novel of the Vela Kurv story.
Thanks again, Riley.
Monday, November 16, 2020
Sunday, November 15, 2020
Ebook coming soon!
About Pulp Reality #1: Car chases, two-fisted heroes, underwater mayhem, the coming of B-Man...!! This is Pulp Reality. A collection of seven short stories from today’s top authors and artists in the genre of NEW PULP. Take a seat, as we pull back the curtain on days gone by – with heroic escapades of yesteryear and edge of your seat adventures in the vein of the old pulps from the golden-age of storytelling.
My story in Pulp Reality #1 is called "Showdown at Scavenger Quay" and features the first titanic team-up between Bobby Nash's Lance Star: Sky Ranger and Charles F. Millhouse's Captain Hawklin that you won't want to miss. It's going to be explosive!
My interview, as well as interviews with other awesome authors appears in this month's Awesomegang Author Newsletter. You can see the full newsletter HERE.
You should check it out.
Saturday, November 14, 2020
Repost Charles F. Millhouse:
Captain Hawklin appears in Pulp Reality in two stories. One written by Brian K Morris and the other by Bobby Nash get a preview here. https://www.choosetheadventure.net/2020/11/when-aviators-meet.html
A Patreon exclusive, EVIL INTENT is written by Bobby Nash and is the second novel to star FBI Agent Harold Palmer, who originally premiered in EVIL WAYS on sale HERE. EVIL INTENT will be published by BEN Books in 2021. Get in on the action now for as little as $1 a month and be among the first to read the latest Harold Palmer thriller. www.patreon.com/bobbynash
As always, your support is appreciated.
A big thank you to Con-Tinual: The Con That Never Ends for inviting me to be part of their author spotlight event today. I had a great time reading from SNOW STAR and IN THE WIND - A Tom Myers Mystery. Thanks to everyone who popped in to listen. It is appreciated.
Keep watching http://www.facebook.com/groups/ConTinual for more spotlights and if you missed any of the spotlights live.
Learn more about these books along with purchase links at www.ben-books.com and www.bobbynash.com. Snow also has a dedicated site: www.abrahamsnow.com.
Thanks again, ConTinual.
BobbyLearn more about SNOW STAR and IN THE WIND below.
Friday, November 13, 2020
Come for the live readings, ask us questions, hang out, and some authors who have a personal stash of books on hand will have them for sale. They can sign it right on Zoom just as if we were at a convention table! How cool is that?
Flinch Books announced their next anthology project. I am thrilled to be part of Occupied: Pulp! Coming in 2021!
Flinch fans! On this Veteran’s Day, Flinch Books is excited to announce the upcoming release of OCCUPIED: PULP, seven tales of action, adventure and mystery set in the aftermath of World War II.
When the war that defined the 20th century finally came to an end in 1945, the small-scale conflicts and skirmishes continued immediately afterward. The Allied occupation of Europe and Japan quickly became a hotbed of espionage and geopolitical intrigue — as well as a few mysteries that defied explanation.
OCCUPIED: PULP surveys that precarious post-war landscape with stories from six distinguished new pulp writers: Will Murray, William Patrick Maynard, James A. Moore, Patricia Gilliam, Bobby Nash and John C. Bruening. (with Jim Beard on the drums)
OCCUPIED: PULP is scheduled for release in the spring of 2021, but we’ll have plenty of updates in the months between now and then. Be sure to join us for the aftermath, Flinch fans! The war is over, but the action continues!
Follow Flinch Books on Facebook for updates.
HERE or below.
"Sometimes it’s Karma, sometimes it’s poor luck. When I first picked up this anthology, I had the idea that the theme was obvious: bad people getting their just deserts. I’m a fan of the karma come home to play genre, and so many of these stories really hit that mark for me, and adding in real demonology and lore just makes it all the sweeter… but the anthology actually has a different message and that message is shouted with every single tale: if you mess with dark forces you will always suffer for it.
Good intentions? Too bad. Innocent mistake? So sad. If you play a game with demons, devils, or other dark forces, you’re not going to come out of it on top. This isn’t an anthology of redemption or lessons being learned, except perhaps for the reader. A few stories left me feeling satisfied, others crushed, but not a one of them really leaves you feeling happy—and that’s great, that’s not the theme here!
I don’t want to post tons of spoilers, but I’ll point out my favorite stories."
First, The Devil You Know by Shane Nelson - I love this story because it hits the deal with a devil tropes that I love. This is someone with deep pain and an impossible choice to make. Except it shouldn’t even be a choice, it shouldn’t be something anyone should ever have to choose, and it’s arguably not something he needs to… but temptation is heavy, and this story does well showing that the relief a choice can bring is often short lived and the result can be a weight that’s far worse than anything you’ve ever feared.
Second, Identity Theft by Rachel A. Brune – This one I also love because it hits the demon contract trope but it does so in a far more unique way and I have to give huge credit for how the main character was written! In truth, I wasn’t sure what gender they were and it doesn’t actually distract from the story at all. It was refreshing to see and doesn’t come across as if it were done for a shock feature or even as a way to draw a crowd, it’s simply written as a great story. They are an alcoholic and you learn as you read that they likely have a good reason for being so. I found myself cheering for them despite their flaws, and the world they create, the lore, the depth to the magic… I’d read an entire series with them.
Third, Saddie’s Choices by Ravyn Crescent – Also fits the trope but has more of a romance element to it than the other stories. This girl did a bad thing that’s gory and terrible. She summons Lucifer himself at the cross roads and gives up her soul in exchange for ten years of power and wealth—he throws in knowledge which may have been a mistake. Then she starts meeting demons. I liked that, much like with Identity Theft, real thought went into the demonology aspect. The demons mentioned are ones that you can look up, and it was very nice seeing research done and it made for some interesting scenes.
Fourth, Face It by Carol Gyzander – This one is a bit different! I don’t want to give spoilers for it but it’s hard to do. The premise is there, and since I have family with disabilities I really could feel for the story and it made me furious at times, sad at times, and in the end… I wouldn’t say it’s a total feeling of victory, it’s not a happy ending. This is a man who loved his wife despite the hardships but struggled with her illness. It’s a terrifying thought, because it can happen to any of us. One day you’re living your life, everything is going well enough, or as planned, or even just … going. And then one event, one doctor’s visit, one weird mark can halt everything and then you have to decide how to handle it. How many of us would struggle to manage a new life if we had to drastically change and there was no end to it? This story really does well asking that important question: If you love someone, how far would you go? But it takes it an important step further by asking: what road would you take? Because anyone can say they’d go to the end of the earth with someone, but are you the type who says you’ll help push a friend’s wheelchair or carry them up stairs, or are you the type to argue and fight to get ramps installed so that society is the one that has to adapt?
There are other gems in this anthology. The Resurrection and the Life by Jude Reid is very well written and gripping, making it hard to put down though the imagery did turn my stomach a few times—as intended I imagine!
Genevieve and the owl by Mark Allan Gunnells is a dark fairytale which is, of course, always fun.
Here Comes Mr. Herribone by Tim Jeffreys was also well written and the imagery it gives is exciting and refreshing.
If you enjoy stories about demonic contracts, this anthology is for you. If you want daring, last minute escapes, happy endings, blissful peace… you won’t like this anthology. And not every story is going to leave you feeling the same. Sometimes it’s like being torn from emotion to emotion, sometimes you feel sick to your stomach, sometimes you feel scared. It’s not always sneering at the misfortunes of others who have done wrong, it’s quite often forcing you to realize that these things can happen to anyone, even those who didn’t think they were involved, those who learned their lesson, or those who were simply in the wrong place…"
You can read the full review and more HERE.
Thanks again, Rob.
Thursday, November 12, 2020
From the mind of Bobby Nash, the latest chapter in Lance Star: Sky Ranger's epic adventure LANCE STAR AND THE CROWN OF GENGIS KAI is live now on newpulpheroes.com
Direct link: https://newpulpheroes.com/lance-star-sky-ranger-chapters-6-10
Read chapters 1 - 5 here: https://newpulpheroes.com/lance-star-sky-ranger
What do you think?
I also played around with some ads to celebrate #TheSummerOfSnow transitioning to #TheYearOfSnow
Two SNOW ornaments have been added to the Snow merch that includes mugs, playing cards, and more.
Get the Dennis Calero Snow cover art ornament HERE.
Get the Jeffrey Hayes Snow cover art ornament HERE.
Right now you can take 25% off the retail price by using code ZAZGIFTSFORU at checkout!
Tuesday, November 10, 2020
If you missed it live, don't fret. You can still watch the episode at any of the following or below.
Direct YouTube link: https://youtu.be/aA9y830RGqA
A Patreon exclusive, EVIL INTENT is written by Bobby Nash and is the second novel to star FBI Agent Harold Palmer, who originally premiered in EVIL WAYS (on sale HERE). EVIL INTENT will be published by BEN Books in 2021. Get in on the action now for as little as $1 a month and be among the first to read the latest Harold Palmer thriller. www.patreon.com/bobbynash
As always, your support is appreciated.
Monday, November 9, 2020
Repost youthsaga & AMG Solutions:
Talk with Legendary American Author BOBBY NASH!
Bobby Nash has written down Short stories, Novels, Fictions, Comic Book character, Pulp fiction and lot in his entire career. He is very charming and committed person. Bobby has bagged lots of Awards for his work. You can find his work in various TV shows and Movie projects.
Let's get Clever Tuesday night! Authors Jim Beard and Bobby Nash join Brian K Morris' show, "Clever Title Pending" LIVE on November 10th at 8pm EST. It will be a fun time chatting with my pals, Jim and Brian and we want you to be part of the show too. Please, bring your questions and we'll try to answer them on the show. I promise, you'll enjoy yourself.
Join us at 8pm EST on Tuesday night at Rising Tide Publications' Facebook page, YouTube channel, or Indeevent FB page to watch it LIVE!
I hope to see you there.
Repost Brian K. Morris:
Mark your calendars because we're having two of my fave writers on CLEVER TITLE PENDING this Tuesday at 8 p.m. Join me for a conversation with returning guests JIM BEARD and BOBBY NASH. Bring your questions, get ready to take some notes, and prepare for some good times!
Join us on Facebook (The Rising Tide Publications or Indeevent pages) or YouTube (the Brian K. Morris-Rising Tide Publications or Geek Insider pages) for a couple hours of fun!
Saturday, November 7, 2020
Visit Nicole Givens Kurtz on Patreon at http://patreon.com/NicoleGKurtz
Visit Bobby Nash on Patreon at http://patreon.com/bobbynash
I kid, of course. Congratulations to President-Elect Biden and Vice-President-Elect Harris on their victory. I wish you and the American people success during your time in the White House. I know there's a long road ahead of us as we are a more divided nation than ever before that I can recall in my lifetime. We have a lot of work ahead of us.
As It do every time we elect a new President, I implore our new President and his staff to always remember that you work for, and in service to, the American people. Not the other way around. Not all leaders remember this very important part of the job.
I hope everyone can breathe a little easier now (everyone, whether your candidate won or lost) and return to some semblance of normality now that the unrelenting barrage of political posts and advertisements will begin to fade.
Okay, that's my political bit. I tend to shy away from publicly talking politics here on social media where I generally talk about geeky things and try to convince you to buy books (you know I have books for sale, right? You should check them out!) See? Always be pitching, right?
It's not too late to get in on the action. For as little as $1 a month you get serialized stories, behind the scenes content, freebies (there's one scheduled this weekend), and so much more. Check it out at www.patreon.com/bobbynash and let's create some bold new worlds together.
As always, your support is appreciated.
Friday, November 6, 2020
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B088P7HBPH and below.
"Mostly Good Stories but Awful Editing. One thing I love about this anthology is that, even though the stories involve making deals with demons and/or the Devil, they don’t glamourize it. Sure, it seems like some of the stories can have good endings or solutions, but they always backfire.
Working with evil ALWAYS backfires."
One thing that truly bothers me with the anthology, and it honestly made me drop a star in rating, is how this is edited. Some stories are better edited than others, but you’d think with TWO editors, there would be a lot more consistency. Formatting isn’t consistent (like paragraphs will either be shoved together or quite a bit farther apart), there is sometimes colored font where there shouldn’t be, and there are a lot of grammatical and/or spelling errors in some of the stories. I’m appalled by it. What the heck did these editors even do?
“The Resurrection and the Life” - An interesting historical piece about a physician named Alec Duffy whose sister is ended up being murdered. He finds that the [Hippocratic] oath can’t always be followed...especially when one seems to have a demoness on their side. (3.75/5)
“The Black Rock” - This is also interesting and shows that you can’t just give evil away; someone has to be willing to take it...even if they don’t recognize the evil. Desperation is a real downfall. This is one that kind of had stilted writing (this was an author thing, not an editor one). (3/5)
“Genevieve and the Owl” - This was a weird twist on Cinderella (3.5/5)
“Saddie’s Choice” - OK but why did the editors not spell the title correctly?! This is a longer story on how running away from a contract gets you nowhere but dead and damned. I really liked some of the words on what it means to DIE vs. continue to live in the afterlife (4.5/5)
“Mary’s Story” - A historical piece on Mary Lincoln writing a letter about how she forced Abraham to sell his soul for “victory.” (2/5)
“Face It” - A too-short story (this would be much better fleshed out, no pun intended, but I hope Carol Gyzander does create a longer story from this in the future, for her sake) about how rash judgements can hurt more than help...and sometimes even repenting, if too late (and I’m not talking Confession), doesn’t prevent your fate. (3.5/5)
“The Plan” - Cops investigate a murder scene of a man who was well-liked at a local church. A former member knows better though, and exposes the demon within the other man. I loved the end with the man’s son is super awesome. (4/5)
“Identity Theft” - This is, by far, my favorite. It swaps between past and present extremely well. While I don’t like how the lead is an alcoholic, she found herself somehow damning herself without signing a contract, and has developed the ability to see beyond the veil if someone with a certain contract dies in front of her. There is actually hope there at the end, if she decides one day to fully say ‘no’ But there is a lot of teasing about the WRONG she has witnessed and, in a macabre way, I want to know what it is. (5/5)
“Dante’s Tenth” - Dante, Arizona is a booming town with a lot of new people searching for silver. A reporter falls for a beautiful girl who seduces him after one day and then shows him what she really is. Amidst the demon stories, a vampire one threw me off, but it wasn’t bad, just...pretty abrupt and fast-paced. (4/5)
“The Devil You Know” - A fairly in-depth eerie story about how selfishness leads people to do awful things, like wishing for a child to be dead in lieu of her parents. We are not meant to like the main character, and I like that his behavior is pointed out by multiple people. And he is still not repentant. (4.5/5)
“Here Comes Mr. Herribone” - Super weird story about a costumed head actually being a creature of its own. (3/5)
“Good Samuel Rittan” - This is super short and disturbing. (1/5)
“The Known and True Story of the Djin” - This is one of the worst edited, to where it doesn’t even seem like the author edited their own work (for example, “majesty” is spelled “magesty” TWICE). The story has potential but then the writing felt insanely rushed and--even with the magic--a lot of things happened that felt forced and irrational. There is some neat history to the story’s events but even that didn’t capture me enough. (3/5)"
Thanks again, J. Marts.
Thursday, November 5, 2020
I had an amazing time with John and Liz as we looked at the finale to "Kill Oscar," an amazing 3-part Bionic Woman/Six Million Dollar Man crossover epic from 1976. Fembots, weather control machines, a secret island base, the Seventh Fleet, friends replaced by robots, helicopter chases, lightning, floods, burst dams, and so much more. This one is all-out Bionic action you won't want to miss.
If you missed it LIVE, you can watch the episode HERE now.
FYI. You can watch the 3 part Kill Oscar for FREE on www.nbc.com Just search for "Kill Oscar"
Wednesday, November 4, 2020
"The Devil’s Due is an “unlucky 13” stories about people who make Faustian bargains (sometimes unwittingly) with the devil or one of his infernal agents. It’s a familiar literary trope, but the authors in this anthology breathe new life into it, sometimes by recasting a story in an unexpected setting. Bobby Nash’s story “Dante’s Teeth” is set in the Old West, and it’s an excellent Western as well as a horror story. “Genevieve and the Owl” by Mark Allan Gunnells takes the form of a dark fairy tale, and as a lover of folk horror I found the story fascinating. “Mary’s Secret” by Winfield Strock III (an author who is new to me) gives us a story of Victorian-era spiritualism and a historical setting in the form of a secret letter written by Mary Todd Lincoln in 1882. And one of my favorite horror themes, the cursed book, ends the anthology with Adam Messer’s “The Known and True History of the Djin.” Highly recommended for all lovers of horror literature."
Thanks again, Darrell. I'm glad you liked it.
It'll be fun.
Repost MAPLD Fanfest :We have an amazing day of author interviews lined up for our Indie Author Day celebration this Saturday starting at 10 am. Check out some of the amazing authors!
Tuesday, November 3, 2020
A Patreon exclusive, EVIL INTENT is written by Bobby Nash and is the second novel to star FBI Agent Harold Palmer, who originally premiered in EVIL WAYS. EVIL INTENT will be published by BEN Books in 2021. Get in on the action now for as little as $1 a month and be among the first to read the latest Harold Palmer thriller.
As always, thank you for your support.
site. We talk writing, publishing, marketing, my latest release In The Wind - A Tom Myers Mystery, upcoming titles, and more. You can read the full interview HERE.
Learn more about In The Wind along with links HERE.
The Devil's Due from Valhalla Books.
"A very good horror anthology! I really enjoyed the stories I read in this anthology. They really did a great job capturing my interest and holding my attention and I especially enjoyed reading "Genevieve and the Owl" by Mark Allan Gunnells. It has a very sympathetic protagonist and in my humble opinion, sets up a perfectly creepy atmosphere in the woods although more horrifying is the protagonist's home life. The story on the whole was very satisfying and I highly recommend it. I also really enjoyed the first story "The Resurrection and the Life" which finds it's protagonist in a very desperate situation and one he won't be easily able to get out of. All in all, if you enjoy stories about making deals with the devil, than this is the anthology for you."
Learn more about The Devil's Due HERE.
Monday, November 2, 2020
Sadly, the bridge burned down a short time later and was never rebuilt. I did a second drawing later. At one point, the postcards were in the local museum. That was cool. I assume they are still there. I
Yesterday. I visited the bridge for the first time since high school. It's sad to see it as a burned out skeleton. The weird part was that I remember the river being wider. Funny how memory works, huh?
|The original fundraising postcard. 1986, I believe.|
|The second postcard.|
|Me posing with my framed postcards.|
|My framed postcards.|