WE REVIEW BOOKS TOO28 Jan | '2022
Greetings Loyal Airmen, this week want to kick of this Flight Log by drawing your attention to the link above this posting for PULP FICTION REVIEWS. It is a review blog we’ve been doing for almost twenty years now.
Above are the three latest books we reviewed on the blog. As you can see our choice of material is most eclectic, be mysteries, horror, westerns…whatever falls under the New Pulp umbrella we love to read and share our thoughts with others. We get books from well known big publishers to those by self-published writers. Irregardless of their source, we love reading (nearly as much as writing) and the opportunity to promote good reads and expose them to a larger audience is the goal of Pulp Fiction Reviews. We hope you Loyal Airmen will check it out.
Airship 27 Production and Radio Archives join – The Battle for Cape Noire – As most of you Loyal Airmen are well aware, for the past few years, Airship 27 has partnered with Radio Archives, one of the finest audio books producers in the country. They have produced all our books into exciting audio dramas read by some of the finest voice narrators in the business. Their latest release is the fourth Brother Bones anthology, “Tales of Cape Noire” and joining the Air Chief in this volume are writers Fred Adams Jr., Andy Fix & Drew Meyer. With the amazing Roger Price doing the reading. If you like audio books, we encourage all our Loyal Airmen to go to their website and order this.
Available now in both digital streaming and CD sets. (https://www.radioarchives.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=RA408D)
And keeping with the Brother Bones mythos, we are thrilled to announce our prequel novel, “CAPE NOIRE – A Beest & Beauty Tale” has just been published and is available now at Amazon in both paperback and on Kindle. Above are both the front and back covers as done by Art Director Rob Davis. The front offers up Harry in his mobster persona, with the seductive Alexis Wyld behind him and towering in the background is the city-scape. There are also 9 fantastic interior illustrations by Rob within the book. To say the Air Chief isn’t thrilled by this release, would be a joke. This was a book we’ve wanted to write for the past ten years. Truly hope all you Brother Bones out there will support it.
And here’s a second Airship 27 release from the past week. “JOE COMPUTER – Private Detective” by writer Lou Mougin. This fantastical book tells about the inner world of personal computers where the programs ARE the characters, and our hero is an investigative program, i.e. Joe Computer. There are several stories in this volume. Argentine artist Fer Calvi provided both the black and white interior illustrations and that great color cover above. This is really a unique book and we think you Loyal Airmen will get a kick out of. As ever, available from Amazon in both paperback and on Kindle.
JIN & TONIC
After short break due to family health issues, artist Cesar Feliciano returns to the action with Pg # 21 of “JIN & TONIK.” Our gal, Captain Darya Tonikova takes on terrorist agents at a strategy session at the Kremlin. Plus a bonus pin-up Cesar had done way back when shaping this project. Once he had finished all the artwork for the first story arc, the plan is to go to crowdfunding to get the project off the ground. Wish us luck.
And that’s a wrap for this week, Loyal Airmen. As ever thanks for stopping by and we’ll see you back here next Friday morning.
Ron – Over & Out!