Eric Robert Nolan published by The Piker Press!

13 Dec

Congratulations, Eric!
Will have to give this one a read.

Eric Robert Nolan, Author

I’m honored today to see The Piker Press publish my time-travel horror story, “Shine Now, Fiercely, Forever.”  It’s a cautionary tale about two married scientists whose newly invented time machine delivers them to both a hellish end and an endless hell.  (Seriously, people, use your time machines carefully.)

I am quite grateful to Editor Sand Pilarski for graciously allowing me to join The Piker Press’ wonderful creative community.  It really is a wonderful weekly online journal of arts, sciences, fiction and non-fiction, and I encourage you to visit the site.

If you’d like to find my story, it is on the cover of The Piker Press right here.

Enjoy!

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I-Con in Des Moines

27 Nov

Looks like fun!
Cool Boba Fett costume 🙂

Amaranthine by Joleene Naylor

I know, I should have done this last week, but better late than never, right?

As you might know, I did my first comic con in Des Moines. To be fair to others, many people have suggested over the years that I should do tables at comic cons, and I’ve shied away because I have novels, not a comic, but then at the expo last July I got invited to have a vendor table, so I thought why not. I’m glad I did, I enjoyed it a lot and sold all but one book. I could have sold more had I taken more.

So here’s the day told in pictures!

My set up.

We got there two hours early and it took twenty minutes to set up, so after that we kind of just chilled – literally, we chilled because it was the coldest i-con ever and we were near…

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Free Stuffing!

6 Nov

Hello all. Please click on the link below to enter into my free giveaway contest.

Stuffing by [Paolini, Stephen R.]

 

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November Is For Stuffing

4 Nov

 

Happy November everyone!

This month contains my favorite feast of the whole year. I don’t know about you, but I am looking forward to getting stuffed!

Why not whet your appetite with this tasty morsel for only 99 cents?

It’s sure to leave you full and yet wanting more…

 

Cover Reveal: Tales of the Executioners Collection Volume One

28 Oct

Nice book cover!

Amaranthine by Joleene Naylor

I haven’t posted much lately because I’ve been editing my fingers off, working on the Tales of the Executioners Volume One.

COLLECTION COVER VOLUME 1 - HIGH RES

Executioner is the name given to the vampires’ elite enforcers; those who uphold The Laws and administer punishment. In Volume One meet some of those enforcers, learn their origin stories, feel their heartbreaks, their joys, travel with them on assignments, and see how The Guild came to be – but always, always, be wary of their leader, Malick. Contains expanded versions of some stories, available exclusively in the collection, as well as the exclusive stories Reymen: On Pain of Punishment, Kateesha: Call of Blood, and Clara: Pretty Pet. Also includes the Executioner Timeline to help keep everything straight.

Includes:

  • Jamie: Blood of Betrayal
  • Beldren: What we Deserve
  • Verchiel: Never-Ending Question (expanded edition)
  • Byrn: At Cristmas (expanded edition)
  • Clara: Pretty Pet (Bonus Story)
  • Daniel: Black Luck
  • Reymen: On Pain of…

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I Need Your Vote!

25 Oct

Indies Unlimited

Please follow the link below to Indies Unlimited for this week’s flash fiction contest and vote for Lance. Thanks!

https://www.indiesunlimited.com/2018/10/24/which-secret-of-the-cave-flash-fiction-story-gets-your-vote/

 

Who Shot Tony Blair? The Novel

23 Oct

Who Shot Tony Blair?

Now available on Kindle and coming soon on paperback!

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Not the political thriller we wanted, but the political thriller we deserve

AMAZON UK

AMAZON US

In a post-Brexit, pre-dystopian Britain, the traditional political system has collapsed and Tony Blair is back in Number 10. Only this time, he is tied to a chair in the kitchen under the watchful eye of the accidental Prime Minister’s mother.

Following several years of instability, Britain is more divided than ever. The country has devolved into a ragtag assembly of self-governing provinces, each with their own unique and particular arrangements. 

Elected to the position of Prime Minister of East Anglia by lottery (considered the only true method of democracy by some drunk Cambridge scholars), Lucy Wastell comes to power with the intention of reuniting her beloved country, establishing Cambridge as the new capital city and giving her chums all the top jobs. Which…

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