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  • ITW Author 7:26 pm on June 10, 2018 Permalink
    Tags: BEN Books novel, , , , Summer Reading List   

    BOOKTOWN’S 2018 SUMMER READING LIST HAS BEEN POSTED AND THERE’S A SNOW STORM ON IT! 

    I’m honored to have made the list. Booktown USA (www.booktownusa.org) has released their 2018 Summer Reading List and Snow Storm by Yours Truly made the list.
     
    Get a jump on your summer reading now. Find SNOW STORM at Amazon today! http://www.amazon.com/Snow-Storm-2-Bobby-Nash/dp/154287629X
     
    Bobby
     
  • ITW Author 10:08 pm on June 9, 2018 Permalink
    Tags: , email, Nash News, newsletter   

    ARE YOU READY FOR NASH NEWS? 

    The June edition of the Nash News email newsletter has been sent to subscribers today. If you aren’t a subscriber and are interested in getting a copy of the monthly Nash News in your inbox, it’s really easy. All you have to do is enter your name and email address at http://www.subscribepage.com/NashNews and you’re all set. It might be the easiest thing you do today.

    Thanks.

    Bobby

     
  • ITW Author 7:33 pm on June 6, 2018 Permalink  

    Thank you ITW! 

    Thanks in part to ITW, my mystery (entitled DEROS) is selling well. Here is the link to my interview with Elena Hartwell: https://www.elenahartwell.com/2018/06/03/3576
    Hope you’ll check out my webpage at: http://www.JohnVanekAuthor.com

    Best, John.

     
  • ITW Author 5:15 pm on June 4, 2018 Permalink  

    THE BRASS COMPASS WINS INDIEREADER DISCOVERY AWARD 

    Robin Cutler, Director of IngramSpark, announced the 2018 IndieReader Discover Award (IRDA) winners on Saturday, June 2 at Book Expo America BookCon Event at the Javits Center in New York City. THE BRASS COMPASS by bestselling author, Ellen Butler, won in the historical fiction category.

    Judges for the awards included prominent publishers, agents, publicists and bloggers. Butler said, “she is honored to have won the prestigious IndieReader Discovery Award for her historical fiction.” According to Dave Eisenstark of IndieReader Reviews, “For WWII buffs, history buffs, romance addicts, or those who just enjoy a fast-paced adventure story, Ellen Butler’s THE BRASS COMPASS delivers.”

     
  • ITW Author 8:58 pm on May 31, 2018 Permalink
    Tags: Artist First Radio Network, , , , Doug Dahlgren, interview, radio, ,   

    BOBBY VISITS THE DOUG DAHLGREN SHOW! LISTEN LIVE 6/1/18 AT 11 A.M. EST! 

    I’m looking forward to visiting The Doug Dahlgren show on Friday, June 1st and I want you to join us LIVE at 11 a.m. EST at http://www.artistfirst.com/dahlgren.htm. Doug and I will talk Snow Falls, books, writing, conventions, comic books, and more. Trust me, you won’t want to miss it!
    If you can’t join us live, don’t worry! There will be a podcast link available after the show at http://www.dougdahlgren.com/the-doug-dahlgren-show and http://www.bobbynash.com so you can listen in.
    I hope you will join us.
    Bobby
     
  • ITW Author 5:47 pm on May 30, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , International thriller,   

    A deadly sniper … a brazen shoplifter … an assassination.

    A deadly sniper is randomly shooting people in New Orleans. Police are stymied, and residents are terrified, fearing they will be next. To complicate matters, a brazen young woman is stealing expensive items from French Quarter shops. This enrages the business owners, but intrigues the sniper, who wants to meet her.

    The murders continue. But are they really random? Or are they part of a chilling assassination plot? International intrigue fuels this contemporary crime thriller. NOPD Homicide Detective Frank Renzi faces his most difficult challenge yet. Catch the sniper or a visiting VIP will die.

    Feathered Quill Book Reviews calls Renzi “the coolest detective in literature today! A superbly written crime series … non-stop twists begin on page one.”

    Amazon link

     
  • ITW Author 8:03 pm on May 26, 2018 Permalink  

    THE AVENGER – DOUBLE FEATURE IN STORES SEPTEMBER 18TH! 

    Great news! In stores September 18th from Moonstone Books.
    THE AVENGER: Double Feature
    Authors: Chuck Miller & Bobby Nash
    Cover art: Lucas Durham
    6” x 9”, squarebound, 130pgs, $11.99
    ISBN: 978-1-936814-70-1-51199
    FROM THE CREATORS OF DOC SAVAGE & THE SHADOW! Two NEW thrillers for the price of one!
    Black Water is a secret worth killing for, a prize worth any price to claim. To most, it is a myth, but for the leaders of the Tartarus Legion, it is an obsession. Written by Bobby Nash.
    And… When a distraught woman comes to the Richard Benson with a story about the ghost of a vicious mass murderer, he and Nellie Gray find themselves targeted by a ruthless killer. Has the fiend really come from beyond the grave? And will he take the Avenger and Nellie back with him? Written by Chuck Miller.
    Learn more about Moonstone Books at http://www.moonstonebooks.com
    Learn more about Chuck Miller at https://theblackcentipede.blogspot.com
    Learn more about Bobby Nash at http://www.bobbynash.com
     
  • ITW Author 4:17 pm on May 25, 2018 Permalink
    Tags: , , , , ,   

    A NINE-YEAR-OLD BOY SEEKS SOLACE IN THE KENTUCKY FOREST IN PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS, LOVE, AND ACCEPTANCE

    (Center Barnstead, NH) May 7, 2018 – Author Dan Lawton of Center Barnstead, NH, will release his fourth novel on May 7, 2018. Plum Springs – a literary coming-of-age thriller published by Moonshine Cove Publishing (Abbeville, SC) – will be globally released simultaneously as a trade paperback and as an e-book. For retailers and libraries, the paperback of Plum Springs is available for ordering through the Ingram catalog (ISBN: 9781945181351) at a list price of $13.99 with a 20% discount.

     

    ABOUT PLUM SPRINGS:

    Faced with the aftermath of a life-altering decision, a nine-year-old boy seeks solace in the Kentucky forest in pursuit of happiness, love, and acceptance.

    After a lifetime of abuse, nine-year-old Rusty Travis and his older brother Bo decide their father must be stopped when, in a drunken rage, he goes after their six-year-old sister. After their vengeance is complete, they seek refuge in the tall oak forest, where the stumble upon a mysterious runaway orphan. This leads to uncovering secrets about themselves and their family they never imagined, leading Rusty to question everything he thought he knew. With his brother by his side, they battle with the demons that shatter their world in the sleepy town of Plum Springs.

     

    PRAISE FOR PLUM SPRINGS:

    “A poignantly told coming-of-age story of three young children who overcome abuse, finding love and happiness despite all odds. Heart-wrenching and uplifting.” – Sibel Hodge, Award winning and #1 International bestselling author of Look Behind YouUntouchable, and Duplicity.

    Plum Springs is one of the most intense novels I’ve read in a long time. The crisp, descriptive writing pulled me in from the first page. Equal parts captivating and heart breaking, I found myself living each vivid moment right there with the likeable nine-year-old protagonist. Dan Lawton is a name to know!” – Chad Zunker, Amazon #1 bestselling author of The Tracker (The Sam Callahan Series).

     

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

    Dan Lawton is a thriller, suspense, and mystery writer from New Hampshire and is an active member of the International Thriller Writers (ITW) Organization. Plum Springs is Dan’s fourth novel. His first novel, Deception, was named one of the best thriller novels of 2017 by the Novel Writing Festival. He was most recently represented by Mark Gottlieb of Trident Media Group. Dan is available for interviews and local appearances. For bookings, please contact Dan directly at danlawtonfiction@gmail.com.

     
  • ITW Author 8:26 pm on May 20, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Chuck Miller, Doc Savage, double feature, Joe Gentile, Lucas Durham, Moonstone Books, , pre-order, , The Avenger, The Shadow,   

    THE AVENGER ARRIVES IN SEPTEMBER FROM MOONSTONE BOOKS! 

    Great news! In stores September 18th from Moonstone Books.
    THE AVENGER: Double Feature
    Authors: Chuck Miller & Bobby Nash
    Cover art: Lucas Durham
    6” x 9”, squarebound, 130pgs, $11.99
    ISBN: 978-1-936814-70-1-51199
    FROM THE CREATORS OF DOC SAVAGE & THE SHADOW! Two NEW thrillers for the price of one!
    Black Water is a secret worth killing for, a prize worth any price to claim. To most, it is a myth, but for the leaders of the Tartarus Legion, it is an obsession. Written by Bobby Nash.
    And… When a distraught woman comes to the Richard Benson with a story about the ghost of a vicious mass murderer, he and Nellie Gray find themselves targeted by a ruthless killer. Has the fiend really come from beyond the grave? And will he take the Avenger and Nellie back with him? Written by Chuck Miller.
     
  • ITW Author 4:59 pm on May 18, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , LeeGimenez, ,   

    FBI CODE RED is nominated for the 2018 Georgia Author of the Year Award 

    Lee Gimenez’s FBI CODE RED has been nominated for the 2018 Georgia Author of the Year Award. This novel, Lee’s 13th thriller, features his series character J.T. Ryan.   http://bit.ly/FBICodeRed

     
  • ITW Author 5:23 pm on May 13, 2018 Permalink
    Tags: , , Jonathan Hunter, , terrorism,   

    The Consultant! by Tj O’Connor 

    The Consultant, by Tj O’Connor arrives May 15th from Oceanview Publishing! The first of the Jonathan Hunter Thrillers begins as Jonathan Hunter, a rogue CIA consultant AWOL from his Middle East assignment, returns home to witness his brother’s horrific murder. For fifteen years, Hunter and Kevin Mallory were silent—until Kevin uttered his final words … Khalifah …Not Them … Maya … Launched into the hunt for Kevin’s killer, Hunter stumbles into a series of horrifying terrorist attacks—all at the hands of Middle Eastern refugees—that spark a backlash across the country and threaten another war. In the shadows, Hunter’s mentor, the omnipotent Oscar LaRue, is playing a dangerous game with Russian Intelligence. All the while, neither Hunter nor LaRue understand that a new threat—the Iranian threat—has entered the game. As stakes rise, two shadowy players are one-step ahead of Hunter—Khalifah, a dangerous and terrorist mastermind, and Caine, a nomadic assassin who only dances with the highest bidder. As the attacks escalate and the country drifts toward another Middle East war, innocent refugees become the victims between the terrorists and the terrorized. Prejudice, hate, and fear vent everywhere—is this who we’ve become? Terror … Fear … Prejudice. America’s drifting back to war. Someone has to stop it – The Consultant.

    Check out the book video at: http://www.tjoconnor.com

     
  • ITW Author 9:35 pm on May 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , Deadly Games!, , giveaway, , , win   

    I’m thrilled to share the news that Booktown USA has selected Deadly Games! as their first Booktown Book of the Month giveaway for May.

    Book Town is proud to announce that our first Book of the Month features Deadly Games! by award-winning author Bobby Nash. If you would like to win an autographed copy of this novel click like or enter a comment on Mayor Booktown’s post HERE!

    Not a member of Booktown? Join today!
    Check out my Booktown page HERE!

    —–

    With Booktown selecting Bobby Nash‘s Deadly Games! as their May book of the month and giving away one free paperback copy, BEN Books has decided to sweeten the pot. Beginning 5/3/18, the Deadly Games! ebook price is slashed from $4.99 to $2.99 for the month of May! Sale price ends May 31st! Get your ebook copy of Deadly Games! HERE! Kindle Unlimited members can read Deadly Games! for FREE!

    Learn more about DEADLY GAMES! here.

    Bobby

     
  • ITW Author 9:29 pm on May 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Airship 27, appearance, , award-inning, , Chad Hardin, convention, Nik Poliwko, Pulp Factory Wards, Ron Fortier, Sean Taylor, Snow Drive, The Ruby Files, Wayne Reinagel, Windy City Pulp & Paper Con   

    PULP FACTORY AWARDS PRESENTED! ITW’S BOBBY NASH WINS BEST SHORT STORY! 

    The Pulp Factory Awards were presented at the 2018 Windy City Pulp and Paper Convention in Chicago in April. I was honored to have SNOW DRIVE nominated for Best Novel and my story, “Takedown” from THE RUBY FILES Vol. 2 nominated for Best Short Story.

    Bobby accepts his first Pulp Factory Award.

    The winners for works published in 2017 are:
    Best Novel: Pulp Heroes: Sanctuary Falls by Wayne Reinagel
    Best Short Story: Takedown by Author Bobby Nash from Ruby Files, Vol 2
    Best Anthology: The Ruby Files, Vol 2 (Airship 27)
    Best Cover art: Holmes & Houdini by Chad Hardin Art
    Best Interior Art: The Ruby Files, Vol 2 by Nik Poliwko
    Special Award: Pulp Grand Master: Ron Fortier

    Congratulations to all the winners!

    I was truly honored to accept the award for Best Short Story for my story, ” Takedown” from Airship 27’s The Ruby Files, Vol 2The Ruby Files was nominated 5 times and won 3. Congratulations to Team Ruby! I am proud of you all and thrilled to be part of this amazing book.

    Congratulations again to all of the nominees and winners.
    Bobby
     
  • ITW Author 9:18 pm on May 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: award-winning author, , , cowboys, digest series, gunfighter, , rattle snakes, Shadows on the Horizon, western, Westworld, wild west   

    Press release for my newest release.

    Bobby

    For Immediate Release:

    Happy Book Birthday! BEN Books proudly announces the release of SHADOWS ON THE HORIZON by award-winning author Bobby Nash. This BEN Books Digest edition is now available on Amazon for your Kindle and in paperback.

    About Shadows on the Horizon:

    Danger on the open plain! Award-Winning Author Bobby Nash brings together two terrifying tales from the world’s greatest frontier… The Wild West!

    SHADOWS ON THE HORIZON reminds us that the most dangerous monsters to roam the Wild West isn’t mystical or supernatural, but man himself. ol’ Doc Brand is reminded that no good deed goes unpunished when he helps a wounded stranger and gets more than he bargained for in the process.

    RATTLED then reminds us that man is not alone in the wilderness. Nor is man always the most dangerous. Young Jim Bonner is about to come face to face with his worst nightmare.

    Fans of Westworld and Tombstone will feel right at home in this savage land.

    BEN Books proudly presents: Shadows on the Horizon by Bobby Nash.

    SHADOWS ON THE HORIZON is now available for purchase at the following:
    Amazon Kindle (ebook)
    Amazon (paperback)

    Learn more about Shadows on the Horizon HERE.
    Learn more about Bobby Nash HERE.

     

     
  • ITW Author 4:59 pm on April 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 2018 Release, Berkley, Dalcher, , , publications, VOX   

    Christina Dalcher’s VOX to Berkley for August 2018 publication 

    Christina Dalcher’s VOX, set in a dystopian near future where women live in forced silence, limited to 100 words a day and forbidden from holding jobs, to Cindy Hwang at Berkley, in a pre-empt, in a two-book deal, for publication on 21 August 2018, by Laura Bradford at The Bradford Literary Agency (World English).

    Set in an America where half the population has been silenced, VOX is the harrowing, unforgettable story of what one woman will do to protect herself and her daughter.

     

    Find out more about VOX on Christina’s website: christinadalcher.com or read an exclusive excerpt at Time.com.

    Foreign rights have been sold to HQ HarperCollinsUK (UK & Commonwealth), Fischer Verlag (Germany), Nord (Italy), NIL (France), Roca (Spain), Sextante (Brazil, Muvelt Nep (Hungary), Muza (Poland), Host (Czech Republic), IKAR (Slovakia), RAO (Romania), and Exmo (Russia).

     
  • ITW Author 6:23 pm on April 17, 2018 Permalink  

    Kathleen Valenti’s debut medical mystery, Protocol, has been nominated for an Agatha Award for Best First Novel and a Lefty Award for Best Debut Mystery Novel.

    Protocol chronicles Maggie O’Malley’s transition from freshly minted college grad to nascent pharmaceutical researcher. Maggie is determined to save lives from the shelter of her lab, but on her very first day, reminders appear on her phone for meetings she’s never scheduled with people she’s never met. People who end up dead.

    With help from her best friend, Maggie discovers that the victims on her phone are connected to each other and to her new employer. Maggie must unlock deadly secrets to stop horrific abuses of power before death comes calling for her.

    Protocol is the first book in the Maggie O’Malley Mystery Series.

     
  • ITW Author 6:44 pm on April 10, 2018 Permalink  

    Award Winning Author, Ellen Butler, Signs Audio Book Contract 

    Award winning author, Ellen Butler, is pleased to announce she has signed an audio book contract with Tantor Media to produce her bestselling historical fiction novel, The Brass Compass. The book will be released before the end of 2018 (exact date to be announced), on iTunes, Audible, and Google Books.

    Find out more about The Brass Compass on Ellen’s Website, EllenButler.net.

     
  • ITW Author 5:46 pm on April 9, 2018 Permalink  

    The Old Cape Hollywood Secret – Silver Finalist 

    Award-winning author Barbara Eppich Struna is pleased to announce that THE OLD CAPE HOLLYWOOD SECRET is a FINALIST in FICTION: MYSTERY/SUSPENSE – IBPA Benjamin Franklin Awards 2018.

     
  • ITW Author 6:43 pm on March 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply  

    Terry Irving Writes Non-Fiction Thriller 

    ITW Member Terry Irving, author of Courier, Warrior, and The Day of the Dragonking took three years off from writing fiction to edit On the Frontlines of the Television WarTony Hirashiki’s award-winning nonfiction book about his experiences as a news cameraman in Vietnam. Legendary agent Ron Goldfarb, who got Stanley Karnow’s Vietnam: a History on bookstore shelves back in the 1970s arranged for it to be published by Casemate UK and it debuted at #1 on their Spring 2017 list. Frontlines has just been released as an Audiobook and a paperback is planned.

    Marketing was a challenge for Hirashiki’s book because of a rush to publication but ended well as we held a speaking engagement at the National Archives in Dec. 2017 with former Nightline anchor Ted Koppel and former ABC Diplomatic Correspondent Barrie Dunsmore. Taxi Dancer, Terry’s first novel in a private detective series set in 1930’s Manila should be completed by Thrillerfest 2019.

     
  • ITW Author 5:11 pm on March 12, 2018 Permalink  

    TENTH ANNUAL PULP FACTORY AWARDS NOMINEES RELEASED! 

    The Pulp Factory Award nominations were announced on March 2, 2018 and I am honored to find myself and some books I worked on nominated in the following categories:

    Best Pulp NovelSnow Drive (BEN Books)

    Best Pulp Short Story: “Takedown” from The Ruby Files Vol. 2 (Airship 27 Productions)

    Best Pulp CoverThe Ruby Files Vol. 2 by Mark Wheatley (Airship 27 Productions)

    Best Pulp Interior IllustrationsThe Ruby Files Vol. 2 by Nik Poliwko (Airship 27 Productions)

    Best Pulp AnthologyThe Ruby Files Vol. 2, Ron Fortier, editor (Airship 27 Productions)

    Here is the press release and official ballot. Voting is open to the public HERE. Voting ends March 12, 2018.

    Winners will be announced at the Windy City Pulp and Paper Con held April 6 – 8 in Lombard, IL.

    Congratulations to all of the nominees from the 8 different publishers in the running. Also, a big thank you to those who nominated my work and to those who will hopefully vote for it. Ha! Ha!

    Now get out there and vote for your favorites!

    Bobby

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    BALLOT FOR TENTH ANNUAL PULP FACTORY AWARDS OFFICIALLY RELEASED
    VOTING NOW OPEN UNTIL 3/12
    AWARDS TO BE GIVEN OUT AT WINDY CITY PULP and PAPER CON

    Lombard, Illinois – March 2, 2018

    With April’s Windy City Pulp and Paper approaching fast, the ballot for the Tenth Annual Pulp Factory Awards – to be handed out at the conference – has just opened up for voting by the reading public.

    The ballot can be found online at https://tinyurl.com/ybxlyey7

    Voters have until midnight on Monday, March 12 to select one nominee in several categories. All votes must be received via the electronic ballot via Google forms.

    Note the deadline is earlier than usual due to Windy City Pulp Con beginning on April 6.

    Shortlisted nominees in each category are as follows:

    BEST PULP NOVEL
    Blackthorn: Spires of Mars – I A Watson  (White Rocket Books)

    Captain Action: Cry of the Jungle Lord – Jim Beard & Barry Reese (Airship 27)

    The Eye of Quang Chi – Fred Adams, Jr.  (Airship 27)

    Holmes and Houdini – I A Watson  (Airship 27)

    Pulp Heroes: Sanctuary Falls – Wayne Reinagel  (Knightraven Studios)

    Sentinels vol 9: Vendetta – Van Allen Plexico  (White Rocket Books)

    Snow Drive – Bobby Nash  (BEN Books)

    Tales of the Golden Dragon – Barbara Doran (Airship 27)


    BEST PULP COVER
    Bass Reeves: Frontier Marshal vol 2 – Marco Turini (Airship 27)

    Holmes & Houdini – Chad Hardin (Airship 27)

    Jezebel Johnson: Queen of Anarchy – Rob Davis (Airship 27)

    Jezebel Johnson: Sea Witch – Laura Givens (Airship 27)

    Queensberry Justice: The Fight Card Sherlock Holmes Omnibus – Mike Fyles (Fight Card)

    The Ruby Files vol 2 – Mark Wheatley (Airship 27)

    Sentinels vol 9: Vendetta – Chris Kohler (White Rocket Books)

    Six Gun Terrors vol 3: The Slithering Terror – Ted Hammond (Airship 27)

    BEST PULP SHORT STORY
    “The Adventure of the Failing Light” – I A Watson – Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective v 9 (Airship 27)

    “Takedown” – Bobby Nash – The Ruby Files vol 2 (Airship 27)

    “A Tree Falls in the Forest” – Sean Taylor – The Ruby Files vol 2 (Airship 27)


    BEST PULP INTERIOR ILLUSTRATIONS
    Rob Davis – Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective vol 9  (Airship 27)

    Rob Davis – Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective vol 10  (Airship 27)

    Rob Davis – Holmes and Houdini  (Airship 27)

    Morgan Fitzsimmons – The Eye of Quang Chi  (Airship 27)

    Gary Kato – Tales of the Golden Dragon  (Airship 27)

    Javier Lugo – C.O. Jones vol 2: Skinners  (Airship 27)

    Nik Poliwko – The Ruby Files, vol 2  (Airship 27)


    BEST PULP ANTHOLOGY
    Haunted Blades: Tales of the Black Musketeers – Connor MacDonald & Amanda Berthault, Eds (Pro Se)

    Queensberry Justice: The Fight Card Sherlock Holmes Omnibus – Paul Bishop, Ed (Fight Card)

    The Ruby Files, vol 2 – Ron Fortier, Ed (Airship 27)

    Restless: An Anthology of Mummy Horror – Jim Beard & John Bruening, Eds (Flinch)

    Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective, vol 9 – Ron Fortier, Ed (Airship 27)

    Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective, vol 10 – Ron Fortier, Ed (Airship 27)

    The Song of Heroes – Nancy Hansen, Ed (Pro Se)

    After March 12, the committee will tally all of the electronic votes and the winners will be announced at the Windy City Pulp and Paper Convention on Friday, April 6, 2018.

    Questions and concerns should be directed to PulpAwards@gmail.com. This will insure a more prompt response than reaching out to individual committee members.

    Thank you for your interest, and looking forward to your votes!

    Vote HERE.

    Winners will be announced at the Windy City Pulp and Paper Con held April 6 – 8 in Lombard, IL.

    The full ballot and link to vote can be found at https://tinyurl.com/ybxlyey7 and http://www.bobbynash.com

    Congratulations to all of the nominees from the 8 different publishers in the running. Also, a big thank you to those who nominated my work and to those who will hopefully vote for it. Ha! Ha! Now get out there and vote for your favorites!

    Voting ends tonight at midnight.

     
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