PULP FICTION REVIEWS TAKES ON VAN ALLEN PLEXICO’S LORDS OF FIRE

Lords of fire
Pulp Fiction Reviews’ Ron Fortier returns with a look at the first book in Van Allen Plexico’s new The Shattering series, Legion 1: Lords of Fire.
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2013 SCRIBE AWARD NOMINEES ANNOUNCED

IAMTIWThe International Association of Media Tie-In Writers has announced the nominees for the 2013 Scribe Awards for excellence in media tie-in writing.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The International Association of Media Tie-In Writers is pleased to announce the Scribe Award nominees for 2013.
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Atomic Interview #3: Talking THE RUBY FILES and the 2013 Pulp Ark Awards With Bobby Nash

ESO’s Bobby Nash was interviewed by Mark Bousquet over at Atomic Anxiety.

Mark and Bobby talk about everything from the writing process, Bobby’s novels, podcasting, those exciting Pulp Ark Award wins for Bobby and The Ruby Files, and much more. There is also an excerpt from Bobby’s story from the award-winning The Ruby Files Vol. 1 you won’t want to miss.

Read the full interview here.

A GIRL AND HER CAT!

(Promotional art - not actual cover)

(Promotional art – not actual cover)

New Pulp Author Win Scott Eckert announced on his blog that he is writing a new novel for Moonstone Books, Honey West and T.H.E Cat: A GIRL AND HER CAT!

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VAN ALLEN PLEXICO UNLEASHES THE LORDS OF FIRE!

shattering_wrbsiteESO Network Podcaster and New Pulp Author, Van Allen Plexico’s latest novel is the first in a series of Military Science Fiction New Pulp Space Opera adventure novels called The Shattering, published by White Rocket Books.
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PULP FICTION REVIEWS: ARCHIE MEETS NERO WOLFE

Nero WolfeARCHIE MEETS NERO WOLFE

By Robert Goldsborough
A Mysteriouspress.com Book
221 pages

If you are a lover of books, then the passing of a favorite writer brings on a great deal of sadness; especially if that writer had been the author of a well loved series. Such was the case for thousands of mystery lovers when Rex Stout passed away in 1975. For all intents and purposes this also brought about the demise of his beloved characters, Nero Wolfe and Archie Goodwin.
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