Bobby Nash's Posts (398)

WE LOVE READER REVIEWS! A HUGE thank you to James Burns for his kind words and 5 STAR Amazon reader review for SNOW STAR, the latest action/thriller in the SNOW series from BEN Books.  Read this review, and more HERE.

"The newest Snow thriller novella! Fast paced action. A thriller with several plot twists."

Many thanks, James. Reviews are like gold. I appreciate it.


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I was asked the following question on social media: What is your favorite book you have written and what is it about? 

While this answer changes depending on the day and my mood, here's the answer I gave today. The SNOW books are probably my favorite thing I've written so far. SNOW is my love-letter to the cop and p.i. shows/books of the 70's and 80's that I love. They are fun action/thrillers.

You can learn more about the series at 

I hope you will check them out.


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WE LOVE READER REVIEWS! A HUGE THANK YOU to J. Walt Layne for his kind words and 5 STAR Amazon reader review of SNOW STORM.

"The hits just keep coming!!! To say two-fisted action and high octane would be enough to make this a great story. But it just goes on from there. This series is something awesome."

Thanks again, sir. It is appreciated. Reviews are like gold. If you've enjoyed a book, music, movie, TV, or whatever, take a moment to leave a review. I guarantee you that the creators will appreciate it. Learn more about SNOW STORM here.

In #TheSummerofSnow it's always a #SnowDay!
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Not only was EVIL WAYS author Bobby Nash's first published novel, but it is also the start of the Sommersville Saga of action/thrillers that include Evil Ways, Deadly Games!, the Snow series, and the upcoming Evil Intent (coming later this year) and Sheriff Tom Myers series (currently being serialized at and coming to paperback, ebook, and audio soon).
EVIL WAYS is available in hardcover, paperback, and ebook. Kindle Unlimited subscribers can read it FREE! An Evil Ways audio book is currently in production. Learn more at  
EVIL INTENT, the next book starring FBI Special Agent Harold Palmer is set to premiere later this year.
Learn more about all of the books mentioned here at and start your Sommersville collection today!
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I was interviewed by Barbara Barth for The Magic of Three: Three Questions with Author Bobby Nash.

The questions are posted on the Magical Muse Moments Create, Paint, Write Facebook page HERE.

Welcome Bobby Nash to our Three Question Interview on Magical Muse Moments Create, Paint, Write. Well-loved in the writing community, Bobby was fun to interview. Link below to read his answers, find his website, and sign up for his free e-mail newsletter. Thanks, Bobby for joining us today! Magical Muse Moments is hosted by the Monroe-Walton Center for the Arts and Walton Writers. 

Today meet author Bobby Nash on our Magic of Three, Three Question Interview. Bobby is well known in the writing community, but I wanted to ask a few questions to share here. At the end of our mini-interview you'll find links to his web and sales sites. You can also sign up for his free newsletter. 

1. Tell us about your genre. 
I have been fortunate to be able to write in multiple genres for different publishers. It is fun to spend time writing sci-fi, super-heroes, pulp, and the like, but the genre I tend to visit most often is the crime thriller genre. I have fun planning the crimes and catching the bad guys. Plus, the beauty of a thriller is that it can pair with almost any other genre ala sci-fi/thriller, mystery/thriller, well, you get the idea. 
2. When did you start writing? 
I first caught the writing bug in high school back in the late 1980’s. I started writing comic book stories that I could draw then eventually started writing stories for other friends to draw. Eventually, I found work writing comics professionally in 2000, which was fun. Then, one day, I decided to write a novel. I did and, although not the greatest work, it was finished. I later did a massive rewrite on that story, but before I did that, I wrote another novel that came out much better. After about six years of shopping it around, I finally sold my first novel, Evil Ways, in 2004 and it premiered in 2005. I’ve been busy ever since. 
3.What inspires you? 
I’m inspired by everything. I find story/character ideas everywhere I look. I am also inspired by other creative people. Talking with another creator is a great way to get my creative juices flowing. I am also inspired by deadlines. Yeah. Those are important too.


Thanks for joining us today, Bobby. And thanks for all you do to reach out to the writing community.

Thank you, Barbara. This was fun.
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Author Bobby Nash was interviewed by author Charles F Millhouse as part of his Indie Showcase interview series. Bobby and Charles talk SnowEvil WaysNightveil, winning a Pulp Factory Award, the writing process, trusting your characters, where ideas come from, how to set attainable goals as a writer, and more. Oh, and there's a world-premiere announcement regarding the return of a fan-favorite character and a titanic team-up included in this video. You won't want to miss it!

You can watch the full interview HERE.

"Thanks again, Charles. That was fun!"


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WE LOVE READER REVIEWS! A huge Thank You to author J Walt Layne for his kind words and 5 STAR Amazon reader review of SNOW FALLS. You can read the full review HERE.  

"High Caliber! We begin with the hero in hot water and it just gets better from there. This is such a good stand alone book that I bought rest of the series. Snow is awesome, I look forward to the rest of the books."

Thanks again, Walt. I'm glad you enjoyed it and I appreciate the kind words. You can read more reviews like this one and learn more about SNOW FALLS here.

SNOW FALLS is available in paperbackebookaudio, and collected in hardcover in SNOW Series 1, Vol. 1. You can read SNOW FALLS for FREE with your Kindle Unlimited subscription OR by signing up for my Nash News email newsletter HERE.

Written by Bobby Nash.
Published by BEN Books.
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Thanks again, Walt.
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WE LOVE READER REVIEWS! A huge tip of the hat to Willard Onellion for his kind words and 5 STAR reader review on Amazon. Says Willard in his review: "Fast action! Great spy story! Lots of fast action!" Thank you,sir. I'm glad you liked it. You can read more reviews like this one and learn more about SNOW FALLS here.

SNOW FALLS is available in paperback, ebook, audio, and collected in hardcover in SNOW Series 1, Vol. 1. You can read SNOW FALLS for FREE with your Kindle Unlimited subscription OR by signing up for my Nash News email newsletter HERE.

Published by BEN Books.
Learn more about SNOW here.

Thanks again, Willard.


A novella by Bobby Nash
After a near fatal encounter while deep undercover in South America, Abraham Snow retires from his work as a government operative, moving in with his grandfather during his recuperation. Once there, however, Abraham realizes that his grandfather has an ulterior motive: He wants Abraham to join the family business, Snow Security Consulting.
Abraham, however, soon learns that working with his family can be just as treacherous as deep cover work - especially when caught in the crossfire between his father and grandfather. But when an assassination plot against a visiting dignitary puts the entire family at risk, Abraham must use all of his talents and contacts to keep them safe.
SNOW FALLS is the first book in the continuing adventures of Abraham Snow.

“Bobby Nash is my 'go to' guy for thrills and kills on the page, and Snow is why...”
-- Paul Bishop, author of Lie Catchers, Croaker

SNOW FALLS is now available for purchase at the following:
Amazon US (paperback)
Amazon UK (paperback)
Amazon CA (paperback)
Barnes and Noble (paperback)
Books-A-Million (paperback)
Book Depository (paperback)
Saxo (paperback)
IndieBound (paperback)
Amazon US (Kindle)
Amazon UK (Kindle)
Amazon CA (Kindle)
Amazon DE (Kindle)
Amazon FR (Kindle)
Amazon ES (Kindle)
Amazon IT (Kindle)
Amazon NL (Kindle)
Amazon JP (Kindle)
Amazon BR (Kindle)
Amazon MX (Kindle)
Amazon AU (Kindle)
Amazon IN (Kindle)

Snow Falls audio cover
Audible US (audio)
Amazon US (audio)
Amazon CA (audio)
Amazon UK (audio)
iTunes (audio)
Audible UK (audio)
Audible FR (audio)
Audible DE (audio)
Apple Books (audio)

Read a SNOW FALLS excerpt HERE.
Snow Falls on IndieView-- a new interview with Bobby Nash, author of Snow Falls.

Check out a sample chapter of SNOW FALLS on Youtube.
Listen to Bobby and Stuart discuss SNOW FALLS on the Earth Station One podcast HERE.

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A new chapter of my serialized novella, "In The Wind" A Sheriff Tom Myers Crime Thriller is now live at

The missing witness has been captured and held captive in undeveloped Sommersville. His only hope for survival is for Sheriff Tom Myers to rescue him, but first, he has to find him before it's too late. Join us as we race toward the final showdown. Can the sheriff rescue their missing witness or will he escape and once again In The Wind?

Learn more about "In The Wind" HERE.

Subscribe to my official Patreon Page HERE and let's create bold new worlds together.

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Big Thanks to Mary Elizabeth for her 5-STAR review of the SNOW FALLS audio book on Audible UK.

"Great Action Thriller! The story opens with our main character, Abraham Snow, deep undercover. His cover is blown and he is left for dead. After a lengthy recovery he heads to his grandfather’s home to rest and decide what to do with his life. Instead of a little rest he becomes involved in a dangerous situation thanks to his family business. Relying on instinct and training he proves to himself and others that he still has what it takes to get the bad guys."

Read the full review HERE.

SNOW FALLS is written by award-winning author Bobby Nash
Audio Narration by Stuart Gauffi
Cover art by Dennis Calero
Published by BEN Books

SNOW FALLS is also available in paperback and ebook. You can read it FREE with your Kindle Unlimited subscription.

Learn more about SNOW here.


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I'm feeling contemplative today so please bear with me as I share my Star Wars story for May 4th. A few who know me may have heard this before, but I have a vivid memory of the first time I saw Star Wars (before "A New Hope" was added to the title). In fact, I have a vivid memory of the entire day. It was a Saturday (no. I don't recall the exact date) and the 85 Drive In (right next to where Spaghetti Junction is now for those of you who live in Atlanta) was showing a double feature for the kids and families. First off, The Jungle Book with Star Wars following. My parents have never been big on going to the movies so this was a rare treat for me and a big deal. We made a day of it. 

The drive in housed a flea market during the day and we went to that. I bought a copy of Marvel Super Action #22, which reprinted a story featuring characters I was not familiar with... The Avengers (Hawkeye, Doctor Strange, Vision, Black Panther, and Black Knight - a peek into the MCU decades to come). After that, we had lunch then came back for the double feature. I had seen The Jungle book before on TV and it was a fun movie to watch, but like so many of the other kids, I watched it from the swing sets.



When Star Wars started, we were back in my parent's van to watch the movie. From the opening crawl, I was hooked. I already liked Star Trek, which aired after school in reruns and The Six Million Dollar Man was a favorite as well. As soon as the fanfare started and the crawl began scrolling by and then that big star destroyer did its flyby, I was a sci-fi fan. I devoured anything Star Wars I could find, getting some action figures and play sets and the treasury edition of the Marvel Comic to name a few. I was hooked. Now, all these 40 years later, I still get a chill when I hear that 20th Century Fox fanfare (which is a thing of the past now) and would always be disappointed if the fanfare was not immediately followed by the words "A Long Time Ago in a Galaxy Far, Far Away..."


I took this photo

In the intervening years, my love for this universe has never wavered. There have been things I like better than others, but Star Wars has remained an important part of my life. I have friends who are Star Wars cosplayers and fan-film creators (I even got to appear in one of them, which was a ton of fun). I have met actors, writers, artists, and directors who have crafted these amazing adventures. I have a great memory of seeing an X-Wing as a small child on a trailer in a parking lot and my mom taking a Polaroid of me standing next to it. I wish I knew where that photo was these days. Sadly, I fear it is lost to time. The first autograph I got at a convention was from Darth Vader himself, David Prowse. He was a rather surly man, but Vader had been a long-time favorite character of mine and meeting the man inside the suit was special. I have bumped into Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Anthony Daniels at cons. I also had a short, but wonderful conversation with Irvin Kershner, who not only directed my favorite star Wars movie, The Empire Strikes Back, but also the pilot episode of seaQuest DSV, which was a show I adored.



My brother, Wes and I shared a love of Star Wars. We often watched the movies and shows together and have great discussions about them. One of my regrets is that he did not get to see the end of The Clone Wars before he passed away. He was a fan. I plan to finish up the season very soon, but it won't be the same without him.


Thanks for letting me ramble. I remain excited for the future of Star Wars. Whatever happens next, I'll be ready for a return visit to a Galaxy Far, Far Away...



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Free Comic Book Day (weekend) is here! Below are links to two online DropBoxes filled with digital comic books. These book have been donated for this event by their creators and they have some great stories to tell. There are over 45 different titles included and you can download all of them for FREE. In return we just ask that you talk and post about the ones that you like, support the creators, enjoy yourself, share with friends, or even be inspired to creator your own. Please grab as many as you like before Monday May the Fourth (be with you) because the Dropboxes will be deleted. Thank you to all the creators, the sharers and everyone who supports creators! Have fun and stay creative!

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Included in this FCBD bundle is Lance Star" Sky Ranger "One Shot!" by Bobby Nash and James Burns.




A Pulp Adventure Comic Book




November, 1941. Ace Air Adventurer Lance Star accepts a dangerous mission into an enemy stronghold to stop the Nazi’s from uncovering plans for a weapon long believed destroyed. Lance flies a solo mission to Kiev where he is to plant explosives and destroy a weapons facility when he runs into an old enemy. Now, Lance is faced with a choice. Complete the mission? Or take down the Sky Ranger’s greatest adversary?

He’s only going to get one shot at this. Will he choose the mission or revenge?


Featuring high-flying adventure, aerial dog fights, explosive action, and stunning artwork, Lance Star: Sky Ranger "One Shot!" is pure pulp fun from start to finish.


"Lance Star: Sky Ranger "One Shot!" is exactly the sort of high-flying, action-packed air war yarn I really enjoy. It's fine pulpish fun from start to finish. Bobby Nash and James Burns are aces!"

-- James Reasoner

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WOW! I'm honored to be mentioned in such company as these heavyweight talents. Read the full post HERE.


Repost Robert Freese:
Looking for something great to read? Use your library card to get on Hoopla and check out some of these authors. Spend a little time with a book by Joe Lansdale, Christa Faust, Author Bobby Nash, John Russo or C. Courtney Joyner.



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There was a nice surprise waiting in my driveway today. My Pulp Factory Award for Best Pulp Novel for Nightveil: Crisis at the Crossroads of Infinity arrived today and it is a thing of beauty. 

A big thank you to all who voted for the novel and to all who have read it and/or left a review. Your kind words have meant a lot to me. Also, a big thank you to Pro Se's Tommy Hancock for the opportunity to write this character I love and to Bill Black for the amazing cover art. Finally, a shout out to Van Allen Plexico and Gordon Dymowski for spearheading the Pulp Factory Awards and Ron Fortier and Rob Davis for MCing the event. 
#Nightveil #PulpFactoryAwards #NewPulp #BestPulpNovel 




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Busy day. So far today, I have written 3 story pitches, did some admin work, and am now writing the next chapter in my Patreon serialized novella, "In The Wind" which is a crime thriller published a chapter at a time at If all goes well, the next chapter will post tonight or tomorrow.




About "In The Wind" a Sheriff Tom Myers crime/thriller:
An FBI/US Marshals safe house is attacked. Four agents are dead, two other are in critical condition. The safe house is in flames and the federal witness they were protecting is on the run. Now it's up to Sommersville Sheriff Tom Myers and his deputies to find the missing witness before his criminal pals he was to testify against find him first. It's a race against the clock through undeveloped Sommersville County. Who will find him first?

You can catch up on the story so far at Subscriptions start as low as $1 a month and helps keep the writing machine running, especially in this rough year where convention revenue has been lost. $5 enrolls you in the ebook of the month club.
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A Big Thank You to Chuck at Chuck's Comic of the Day blog for his kind words and nice review of Operation: Silver Moon. You can read the full review HERE and below.


Physical copies of comics may be difficult to land right now, but luckily we can still order graphic novels or tap into digital comics (and there are signs that the comics shop shutdown may be ending soon. Maybe.) Here's a recent graphic novel that has a lot of fun with some classic horror movie tropes - it's called Operation: Silver Moon.



Set during World War II, it follows a special American agent named Lupus who has a distinct advantage over the Nazis he faces: he's also a werewolf!


This has the wonderful advantage of allowing him to cut loose violently against some truly terrible opponents! And when the bad guys track down a powerful mystical weapon in the Carpathian Mountains, Lupus finds himself squaring off against both Nazis - and a powerful vampire!


The story by Author Bobby Nash provides lots of action and just enough humor (and yes, humanity) to keep the main character likable and relatable.


The art is by Rick Johnson, and there are flashes of brilliance in there as he draws in a style that seems to be influenced by Paul Gulacy. He keeps the action fast and furious and always in motion!


The graphic novel is a fun mix of genres with enough plot twists to keep you on your toes, and all the action you'd expect if you caught this story at a movie theater! Recommended! Grade: A


You can get your very own copy of Operation: Silver Moon HERE. Available in paperback and ebook. Read it FREE with your Kindle Unlimited subscription.


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It was no easy task sorting through the ten narrator auditions for Suicide Bomb, but after much deliberation... Author Bobby Nash and BEN Books are pleased to announce that Arianne Yates has accepted the job of narrating Suicide Bomb. The audio will be available on Audible and Amazon later in the year. Welcome aboard, Arianne.


Suicide Bomb is available now in paperback and ebook and you can read it FREE if you subscribe to Kindle Unlimited. A hardcover edition is also in the works. Coming soon from BEN Books.

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Bobby Nash reads opening chapter of his Pulp Factory Award winning Best Novel, Nightveil: Crisis at the Crossroads of Infinity. You can watch it HERE!

If you'd like to check it out, the novel is available in paperback and ebook. You can read it FREE with your Kindle Unlimited subscription. Published by Pro Se Productions. Officially licensed from AC Comics. You can find it HERE.

Congratulations again to all of the Pulp Factory Award winners!



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