Monday, May 27, 2019


This week's chapter.
SUICIDE BOMB continues! A new chapter posts to Patreon on May 28, 2019 at midnight EST. If you're a subscriber, you can read it HERE!

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In this chapter of Suicide Bomb: While Jacks deals with a family matter, Agent Patterson and Detective Walker question their suspects. Are they sitting face to face with The Controller? Meanwhile, Secretary if Defense Conrad puts pressure on Secret Service Director McHenry to solve the case before The Controller strikes again.

Suicide Bomb is a Patreon exclusive serialized novel by Bobby Nash and published by BEN Books.

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Wednesday, May 22, 2019


The SNOW audio collection.
BEN Books and Audible proudly announce the release of SNOW Series 1, Vol. 1 on audio. Written by Bobby Nash and performed by Stuart GauffiSnow Series 1, Vol. 1 is the fifth book in the hit series that follows Abraham Snow on his action-packed adventures while trying to close that one, last elusive case that continues to haunt him. 

SNOW Series 1, Vol. 1 collects SNOW FALLS, SNOW STORM, and SNOW DRIVE in one book for the first time. Cover art by Dennis Calero.

SNOW SERIES 1, VOLUME 1 is now available for purchase in audio at the following:
Audible (audio book)
Amazon US (audio book)
Amazon CA (audio)
Amazon UK (audio)
iTunes (audio book)

It is also available in paperbackebookhardcover, and dust-jacketed hardcoverRead it FREE with your Kindle Unlimited subscription.Learn more about Snow at www,

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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

BROTHER BONES - The Beginning

BROTHER BONES – The Beginning

Redbud Studio’s Managing Editor and Publisher, Rob Davis is thrilled to announce his studio will soon begin production on the first ever Brother Bones graphic novel by New Pulp writer Ron Fortier.

One of the most popular fictional figures in New Pulp, the character debut years ago from Airship 27 Productions in a collection of seven stories by Fortier, “Brother Bones – The Undead Avenger.” It was then followed up with a full length novel by Roman Leary, “Brother Bones – Six Days of the Dragon.” Fortier then completed two additional collections. “Brother Bones – Tapestry of Blood” and “Brother Bones – City of Lost Souls.” In that time several short Brother Bones strips were offered.  “Needle Justice,” was a short 8 pg tale with art by Joe Arnold and has appeared in various black and white comic anthologies.  “Bullets of Jude” was a 24 pg single from Redbud with art by John Polacek.

Whereas the actual origin of the character was only related in the first book collection. Something Fortier had hoped to change and so he wrote a 130 pg graphic novel that does just that. The challenge was finding the right artist to bring that story to visual life. “In the end, I decided to put the word out on Facebook,” Fortier reports. “My hope was if I cast a wide enough net, someone out there would either respond or connect me with an artist.” A few days later, Florida based artist Cesar Feliciano, suggested to Fortier that he contact New York artist Jim O’Riley. After exchanging a few e-mails, O’Riley agreed to take on the project.

O’Riley will pencil and ink the Fortier’s script while Redbud Studio head, Rob Davis will letter and edit. Once done, the studio will print the book via Amazon.

Jim O’Riley is a freelance indie comic and sketch card artist.  He has done sketch cards for Topps and Upper Deck working on such properties as Star Wars Master Works, The Last Jedi, Solo, The Walking Dead, Stranger Things, Marvel premiere, Thor Ragnarock, DeadPool, Xmen Ultra Fleer just to name a few.  He has also illustrated indie comics for Pilot Studios, Crazy Monkey Ink, Limitless Comics, and Industry veteran inker Mark Mckennas virtual inks inc., on various projects such as covers and interior work. “I fell from the womb with pencil in hand and have been drawing on and off ever since,” he says.  In the 90s O’Riley laid down the pencil to start a family and in 2016 started back with art. He has participated in comic cons from NYCC to All Star and C2E2.  Hands down Baltimore is his favorite and he is am looking forward to returning this year.

In regards to this project, “I am honored to be given the opportunity to work on Brother Bones along side Ron and Rob.  I have been looking for a script to sink my teeth into and I have to say the universe thankfully fated this one to me.  A special thanks to Cesar for introducing Ron and I.  It will be a challenge for sure and in the end I hope readers enjoy it and I do the story honors.”

Fortier’s own reactions were no less enthusiastic. “After seeing Jim’s early sketched of the characters from the story, I was simply bowled over. Not only is he a gifted artist, his style is perfectly suited for this kind of dark, creepy tale of mobsters and ghouls. Working with him is going to be a real treat.”

Fortier is a comics and pulps writer/editor best known for his work on the Green Hornet comic series and Terminator – Burning Earth with Alex Ross.  He won the Pulp Factory Award for Best Pulp Short Story of 2011 for “Vengeance Is Mine,” which appeared in Moonstone’s The Avenger – Justice Inc. and in 2012 for “The Ghoul,” from the anthology Monster Aces. He was awarded Pulp Grand Master in 2017 by the Pulp Factory. He is the Managing Editor of Airship 27 Productions, a New Pulp Fiction publisher and writes the continuing adventures of both his own character, Brother Bones – the Undead Avenger and the classic pulp hero, Captain Hazzard – Champion of Justice.

Rob Davis began his professional art career doing illustrations for role-playing games in the late 1980’s.  He began lettering and inking, then penciling comics for a number of small black and white comics publishers- most notably for Eternity Comics, which eventually became Malibu Comics in the 1990’s, on their book Scimidar with writer R.A. Jones. He eventually worked at both DC and Marvel on likeness intensive comics like TV adaptations of “Quantum Leap” and Star Trek’s’s many incarnations mostly on the Deep Space Nine for Malibu. After industry implosion in the late 1990’s Rob picked up work on video games, advertising illustration and T-shirt design as well as some small press comics like Roby of Sherwood for Caliber. Rob continues to do the odd self-published comic book as well as publisher and designer for his small-press production Redbud Studio. Rob is Art Director, Designer and Illustrator for Airship 27 Productions. Rob is the recipient of the Pulp Factory Award “Best Interior Illustrations” in 2010 for his work on “Sherlock Holmes – Consulting Detective”and has been nominated for the same award every year since. He works and lives in central Missouri with his wife and two children.



“Sometimes half an inch is all that stands between life and death.”

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Written by Bobby Nash​ 
Narrated by Stuart Gauffi​ 
Cover art by Dennis Calero​ 
Published by BEN Books. 

Also available in paperback, ebook, and hardcover. 
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Bobby Nash's love for the 70's P.I. sings off these pages like a bullet careening off the windshield of a Detroit Muscle car. Razor sharp writing and deep pulp sensibility keeps this series at the top of the list!
-James R. Tuck- author of the Deacon Chalk series

Monday, May 20, 2019


Danger follows Detective Catherine Jackson as The Controller plans his next move. It's a game of cat and mouse in the latest thrilling chapter of SUICIDE BOMB, the serialized novel by award-winning author Bobby Nash. Suicide Bomb is available exclusively at where new chapters are posted on Tuesdays. Subscribe today and catch up on the action and thrills of Suicide Bomb!

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Cover: Douglas Klauba
For the first time EVER, BRAND NEW STORIES of the “man with the action-packed expense account”! One of classic Radio's most beloved detectives makes his way to prose in Moonstone's YOURS TRULY, JOHNNY DOLLAR! This thrilling collection features today’s top authors, including Anthony Award winning Author Gary Phillips, Tommy Hancock, Ron Fortier, Eric Fein, Josh Reynolds, Barry Reese, Joe Gentile, and Bobby Nash. Your Truly, Johnny Dollar is edited by Tommy Hancock and features cover art by Douglas Klauba (paperback) and Adam Shaw (hardcover).

AVAILABLE NOW! You can find Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar HERE!
Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar is available in paperback ($15.95) and hardcover ($25.00) from Moonstone Books. The hardcover edition includes a bonus feature, a 48 page Johnny Dollar comic book

Says editor, Tommy Hancock about the book: "To say this book was a bucket list item for me and a labor of love would be all kinds of understatement. And then, add to that that this book took years to come together for various reasons. Even with that, I can say that not only is this one of the books I am the most proud of, but I feel one of the best stories I've ever written is in this collection as well. Thanks to Moonstone and Joe
Gentile for faith in this project and to each and every author in this book for their patience and willingness to tag along on this dream of mine. Get your copy today! Let me know what you think!"

Learn more about Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar HERE!

Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar is available in paperback ($15.95) and hardcover ($25.00) from Moonstone Books. The hardcover edition includes a bonus feature, a 48 page Johnny Dollar comic book.

Thursday, May 2, 2019


SNOW and EVIL WAYS dust-jacketed hardcovers now available from BEN Books and author Bobby Nash. You can find them HERE.

SNOW Series 1, Vol. 1 - "Half an inch is all that stands between life and death.” Abraham Snow, former undercover agent turned do-gooder, helps those in need while searching for the man who shot and left him for dead. SNOW Series 1, Volume 1 collects the first 3 SNOW stories [SNOW FALLS, SNOW STORM, and SNOW DRIVE] together for the first time. Find it HERE.

EVIL WAYS - FBI Agent Harold Palmer needed a relaxing vacation. He traveled to Sommersville, Georgia to visit his brother, newspaper reporter, Franklin Palmer. The discovery of a brutally murdered woman with a connection to the local police leads to a killer targeting a group of locals returned home for their high school reunion sours their reunion and Agent Palmer finds himself on the trail of a killer who preys on the fears of his victims. They should fear his EVIL WAYS. Find it HERE.

Look for dust-jacketed hardcover editions of DEADLY GAMES! and EARTHSTRIKE AGENDA soon.

Keep watching and for details.