Wednesday, December 30, 2020



Some news I'm really excited to share.


Press Release:

As 2020 draws to a close, BEN Books and author Bobby Nash are looking ahead to a Snow-filled New Year! The indie publisher and award-winning author of the Snow series are thrilled to announce the debut of SNOW SHORTS in 2021.

SNOW SHORTS are, as the name suggests, short stories set within the Snow universe. BEN Books has reached out to a host of fantastic writers to join Snow creator, Bobby Nash in crafting tales featuring Abraham Snow and his companions. Writers involved include Gary Phillips, Bernadette Johnson, Milton Davis, John Hartness, Beverly Conner, Sean Taylor, Charles F. Millhouse, Brian K. Morris, Mike Gordon, Barry Reese, and more. Covers will be provided by Jeffrey Hayes of PlasmaFire Graphics.

“I am thrilled to have these amazing writers add their unique voices to the Snow series,” says Bobby Nash of the announcement. “Each of these authors bring a new dynamic to the characters and I’m excited to read these stories.”

SNOW SHORTS will be released as $0.99 stand-alone ebooks. When there are three Snow Shorts completed, they will be collected in the same 5”x8” paperback format as the Snow novellas and in collected ebook and audio formats narrated by the voice of Snow, Stuart Gauffi. For those collecting the 6”x9” Snow Series collections, Snow Shorts will be collected in that format after three novella-length collections are released. The 6”x9” format will be available in paperback, hardcover, collected ebook, and collected audio. We understand the desire to keep your collection in a uniform format so BEN Books is working hard to get readers their Snow fix.

The first SNOW SHORT will release in January on ebook for $0.99. SNOW FLIES is written by series creator, Bobby Nash. Barring unforeseen circumstances, a new Snow Short will debut each month.

In addition to SNOW SHORTS, the Snow novella series continues as well when Snow series 1 wraps up in February with SNOW DOWN before Series 2 begins with SNOW HUNT.

To help kick off 2021’s #SeasonsOfSnow BEN Books is making the first book in the series, SNOW FALLS available on ebook at Amazon US and Amazon UK beginning on 12/31/2020 through 01/07/2021. This is a perfect jumping on point to the award-winning Snow series at an incredible price. If you’re a Kindle Unlimited subscriber, SNOW, as well as all BEN Books titles can be read for FREE.

Learn more about Snow at
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Learn more about BEN Books at

Remember, in #TheSummerofSnow every day is a #SnowDay!
#BENBooks #SnowShorts #Snow #AbrahamSnow #SeasonsOfSnow

For interview requests or further information about Snow Shorts, please contact Bobby Nash at bobby(at)bobbynash(dot)com

Tuesday, December 22, 2020



Big thanks to the Barrow News-Journal, my hometown newspaper for writing an article on the recent New Pulp Fiction Award win for myself and my novella, Snow Falls. The article will appear in this week's physical newspaper, which goes on sale tomorrow, but they also have it on the website. Unfortunately, I believe you have to subscribe to access the site. 

You can find it HERE and below.


Sunday, December 20, 2020



Big thanks to The Augusta Chronicle. They picked up the article on me and my books that the Athens Banner-Herald posted and ran it as well. Please check it out HERE.

In a modest office in Bethlehem, Ga., a small Barrow County town just 25 miles west of Athens, countless scenes of suspense, action, mayhem and mystery have sprung from the keyboard of author Bobby Nash. 

Earlier this month, Nash won the $500 New Pulp Fiction award for “Snow Falls,” the first book in a series of novellas he published through his own publishing imprint, Ben Books.

Read more HERE.

Thanks again to the Athens Banner-Herald and The Augusta Chronicle for their coverage. Also, a big thanks to The Sangria Summit Society for honoring me with the New Pulp Fiction Award for 2020.


Learn more about SNOW FALLS below.

Friday, December 18, 2020

'Welcome to Award-Winning Bethlehem Author’s World of Square Jaws and Femme Fatales' An Interview with Author Bobby Nash


Big thanks to Andrew Shearer of the Athens Banner-Herald for writing such a cool article about me and my books. I love it. We had a fun Zoom chat and talked about writing, the New Pulp Fiction Award, books, comics, Snow, Domino Lady, conventions, and more. Coincidentally, we discovered that we both lived in Doraville, GA around the same time as kids and we both at our first con at the same time, The Atlanta Fantasy Fair. Small world, eh?

You can read the article called 'Welcome to award-winning Bethlehem author’s world of square jaws and femme fatales' HERE.

Thanks again, Andrew!


Wednesday, December 16, 2020



I had a nice interview with reporter Andrew Shearer from the Athens Banner-Herald today. I sent out the press release about Snow Falls winning the New Pulp Fiction Award and they were the first to reach out for an interview. We also had fun talking conventions as we were both at the same first con back in 1989. Small world, eh? I'll share the link when it goes live. I love the promotion process. 

You can learn more about Snow Falls HERE and the Snow series HERE.

Thanks again, Andrew.


Saturday, December 12, 2020



In November, I wrote a blog post for my friend, Nicole Givens Kurtz's newsletter (which you should totally sign up for HERE and get a free book) about the return of Sheriff Tom Myers in my new series, In The Wind and how the character evolved and stuck around after his initial appearance in Evil Ways and Deadly Games! years ago. I also explain how it all ties into my Snow series as well.

Sometimes it is a pain when characters won't leave. Then, there are times when it turns out to be the best thing ever. I'd say Tom Myers' constant pestering me to give him his own story falls in the latter category. Lucky for me the character was too stubborn to go away quietly.

Below is the blog post in its entirety and Nicole's intro from her newsletter. Big thanks to her for asking me to write this post.

In the Author Spotlight, we have the talented Bobby Nash. Bobby Nash is renowned award-winning novelists, prolific short story writer, and all around good human being. Check out his writing advice in the Spotlight. 

When Characters Won't Leave
by Bobby Nash

Don’t you just hate it when guests don’t know when to leave?

I’ve had this same issue crop up with characters before and why not, eh? I mean, when I create and write characters, they become real to me. Sometimes too real. Eventually, they stop listening to me until finally, they start telling me what they’re going to do.

As a writer, this is a great thing.

It’s also a pain in the butt.

When my characters become real, they have character traits, foibles, and personalities just like real people. At the best of times, those character traits will elevate the story and gives those characters that added oomph! (that’s a technical term) that helps the reader connect to them. Have you ever fallen in love with a fictional character? I know I have. This is why.

Way back in the previous century, sometime in the late 1990’s, I was writing what would become my first published novel. It was called Evil Ways (Shameless plug #1: you can still find Evil Ways at your favorite on-line retailer). Evil Ways is a mix of thriller, mystery, and horror. I once described the book as “imagine if Die Hard’s John McClane found himself in a horror movie setting.” Sounds fun, right?

Evil Ways stars FBI Agent Harold Palmer and his brother, small-town newspaper reporter/owner Franklin Palmer (Shameless plug #2: Evil Intent is coming in 2021. It is also currently being released as a serialized novel at The brothers are on the trail of a killer while reconnected after many years apart.

As a newbie novelist (I had already been published with comic books and short stories), I set about creating a fictional town and county called Sommersville, Georgia (before I realized there was a real Summerville, Georgia. Oops!). The action took place in this fictional county. I needed a local cop to interact with the Palmer brothers and that was the first time I met Sommersville Sheriff Tom Myers and his deputies, Benjamin Dooley and Christopher Jackson. They were important to the story, but were not the main characters. As luck would have it, they all survived the novel, although not unscathed as I had put them through the wringer.

In all honesty, I never planned to write these characters or fictional county again.

What did I know, huh?

My next novel was called Deadly Games! It features new characters - Atlanta PD Detective John Bartlett and photojournalist Benjamin West. Together, these two captured a madman six years earlier. He was convicted and sent to prison. Now, six years later, he enacts his revenge. (Shameless plug #3: you can still find Deadly Games! at your favorite on-line retailer). Part of the story takes place in a rural area.

A lightbulb went off that reminded me of this fictional town I put a lot of time into created. So, being the smart (or lazy) writer that I am, I set part of the action in Sommersville. There was no plan to bring in the sheriff’s department though.

Until the story demanded it.

Tom Myers returned with deputies Dooley and Jackson, which made Deadly Games! a kinda/sorta sequel to Evil Ways. I even made mention to the events as a reminder for the readers.

Since then, the character of Tom Myers has kept tapping on the back of my brain, reminding me that he’s ready to return whenever I need him. He will make a small appearance in 2021’s Evil Intent, by the way.

When I was looking for a companion piece to my Snow series (Shameless plug #4: all of the Snow books are still on sale and more are on the way. Visit for more). Snow grew up in Sommersville County, which is something I originally threw in as an easter egg for longtime readers, but it was all part of Tom Myers’ plan to make a big comeback.

I shouldn’t have been surprised when a story idea hit me that would be perfect for Myers and his team. That’s when In The Wind – A Tom Myers Mystery was born. Not only had this character refused to go away, he is now headlining his own series and has solidified the Sommersville Saga and the BEN Books Thriller Universe.

Not bad for a one-off character, huh?

The lesson here is to never assume that anything is one and done when it comes to writing. Your characters might just surprise you and demand more time in the spotlight. Tom Myers certainly did. As a matter of fact, he’s not the only character to do that. Remind me to tell you about Lance Star one of these days (Shameless plug #5: all of the Lance Star: Sky Ranger books are still on sale at your favorite retailer. Visit for more).

In The Wind is the first book in the Tom Myers Mystery series published by BEN Books ( It is available in paperback, ebook, and audio book. Read it FREE with your Kindle Unlimited subscription. Look for book 2 in early 2021.

Happy reading.

Somewhere in the wilds of Sommersville, GA

Bobby Nash is not a man of action, a detective, or a hero, but he loves to write about characters who are those things and more. Bobby is an award-winning author of novels, comic books, short stories, screenplays, and more. He is a member of the International Association of Media Tie-in Writers and International Thriller Writers. On occasion, he appears in movies and TV shows, usually standing behind your favorite actor. Sometimes, he puts pen to paper and doodles. For more information on Bobby Nash and his work, please visit him at,, and across social media.

Friday, December 11, 2020



The amazing Jeffrey Hayes shared this cool shot. Look for Snow posters coming soon. We'll be doing some giveaways too. Stay tuned here and at for more details.
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Got some 12x18 posters from the printers today. Some stay with me, but the bulk will be in the mail to Bobby very soon. 

Speaking of, Check out our amazing cover artist, Jeffrey Hayes (Snow, In The Wind) this Tuesday evening on Clever Title Pending with Brian K Morris.
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Join me on Tuesday evening, December 15th at 8pm ET / 7pm CT as I appear on Brian K. Morris’ “Clever Title Pending.” Brian is an award-winning playwright, publisher, author, and broadcaster who produces and hosts “Clever Title Pending” and “Nevermind the Furthermore.” Both programs are excellent places for authors, artists, and other creators to find elevation, inspiration, and education. Join us for a chance to win a canvas print of “The Shadow” by leaving a question in the chat. Those that leave – legitimate questions, please – will be entered and a name will be drawn. The winner will be announced on “Nevermind the Furthermore” on Wednesday, December 16th, and contacted via messenger or email.

Join us on Facebook Live at Brian's FB page:
Find us on YouTube at:
Please make sure that you “SUBSCRIBE” and “LIKE” the hosting page and videos.

IMPORTANT! Brian uses StreamYard to broadcast, so before leaving a comment, please grant StreamYard permission to see your name at and say “hello” when you join. This will be very important should you wish to be entered in the giveaway for a chance to win the canvas print, as you will be identified by your submitted question.

You won't want to miss it.

Thursday, December 10, 2020



I have been sending out a press release to media to see if we can spread the word about the Snow series and the award win. Below is the short press release I sent out. I was asked if I could share it in case others would like to share with their local news outlets so here it is. If anyone would like to pass it along, I would appreciate it.

Thanks again to the fine folks at the Sangria Summit Society. It is an honor.


Georgia author Bobby Nash has been awarded the New Pulp Fiction Award by the Sangria Summit Society for his literary work, specifically SNOW FALLS, the first book in his Snow series of novellas published by BEN Books. 

December 1, 2020 

The Sangria Summit Society is pleased to announce that Bobby Nash has won the $500 New Pulp Fiction Award for his book, Snow Falls. 

The Sangria Summit Society will offer an annual New Pulp Fiction award with a cash prize. Our committee will consider pulp fiction books published in English, in this century, by a sole author. The author must be living at the time of the award. The awards will be paid using PayPal. They are taxable. It is our hope that these awards will further our goal to create a larger audience for authors within the military community. 

“I am equal parts shocked, thrilled, and humbled to learn that I have been awarded the New Pulp Fiction Award by the Sangria Summit Society,” said Nash shortly after the announcement. “In what is sure to be a surprise to anyone who knows me, I'm at a bit of a loss as I try to find correct words to convey how it feels to be recognized by your peers, fans, and friends for your work, in this case, Snow Falls. The only thing I can think to say is THANK YOU. I'm honored.” 

Learn more about the New Pulp Fiction Award at 

Learn more about the Sangria Summit Society at 

Learn more about the SNOW series at 

Learn more about Snow Falls at (available in paperback, ebook, audio. Read it FREE with Kindle Unlimited). 

Learn more about Bobby Nash at 

Learn more about BEN Books at 

For more information on the award, please contact the Sangria Summit Society via 

For additional information on the author or his books, please contact Bobby Nash at 

Saturday, December 5, 2020


In The Wind - A Tom Myers Mystery is now available as an audio book at AudibleAmazon USAmazon CA, and Amazon UK. Coming soon to iTunes.

Written by Bobby Nash and narrated by Gary Beytin, In The Wind sees the return of fan-favorite character, Sommersville Sheriff Tom Myers from Nash's Evil Ways and Deadly Games! novels, now in his own headlining adventure at last.

When a secret joint FBI and US marshal safehouse in Sommersville, Georgia, is attacked, federal witness, Bates Hewell, flees custody in the confusion and heads for the hills. The authorities descend on the county in search of their prize witness, now classified as “In the Wind”. The FBI and US Marshals Service are convinced that their material witness is hiding out in the wilds of undeveloped Sommersville County, an area with its own set of laws and rules. Can local Sheriff Tom Myers find him and bring him in before a band of hired killers do? Guest starring SNOW's FBI Agent Tom "Mac" McClellan.

In The Wind - A Tom Myers Mystery is also available in paperback and ebook
Read it FREE with Kindle Unlimited.
Published by BEN Books.
Cover art by Jeffrey Hayes.

Learn more about In The Wind - A Tom Myers Mystery below.



Huge thanks to Charles F. Millhouse for inviting me to take over his Author Charles F. Millhouse Presents...' Facebook Group today from noon - 1 pm EST. I had an amazing time discussing SnowIn The Wind audioEvil WaysDeadly Games!Pulp RealityLance Star: Sky RangerDomino LadyThe Ruby Files, and more. Thanks to all who came out to watch, ask questions, or just say hello. That was fun. 

He has other amazing creators taking over throughout the day so please stop by and give it a look.

If you missed it LIVE, you can watch the video HERE, on Youtube, or below.

Thanks again, Charles.


Friday, December 4, 2020



I will be taking over the Author Charles F. Millhouse Presents... Facebook Group tomorrow from 12pm EST - 1 pm EST with other amazing guests to follow. Join me HERE LIVE at noon! 


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There will be a Takeover of my Facebook Group: Author Charles F. Millhouse Presents tomorrow. there are still a couple hours available if anyone wants to do a live stream. Let me know. The schedule so far is:
Noon est: Author Bobby Nash with host his own show
1:00est Clayton Murwin will be doing a live drawing
2:00est Ted Davies will host a show
3:00est Candice Comelleri will be doing a live drawing
4:00est OPEN 
5:00est OPEN 
6:00est Brian K Morris will host the final take over of the day and he may even have a special guest, or 2.

Wednesday, December 2, 2020



I had an amazing time tonight with Brian K Morris, Charles F Millhouse, Rick Bradley, & Kellie Austin for a special edition of "Clever Title Pending" where we celebrated the book release for PULP REALITY #1 on Rising Tide Publications FB page HERE or Youtube page HERE

If you missed it live, you can still find it at the links and on my FB page as well.


Tuesday, December 1, 2020



I am equal parts shocked, thrilled, and humbled to learn that I have been awarded the New Pulp Fiction Award by the Sangria Summit Society for my novella SNOW FALLS. In what is sure to be a surprise to anyone who knows me, I'm at a bit of a loss for words. I have written and rewritten this post several times as I try the correct words to convey how it feels to be recognized by your peers, fans, and friends for your work. I am happy to hear that readers are enjoying my work, in this case, SNOW FALLS in particular. The only thing I can think to say is THANK YOU. I'm honored. 


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The Sangria Summit Society is pleased to announce that Bobby Nash has won the $500 New Pulp Fiction Award for his book, Snow Falls.

The Sangria Summit Society will offer an annual New Pulp Fiction award with a cash value of $500. Our committee will consider pulp fiction books published in English, in this century, by a sole author. The author must be living at the time of the award. The awards will be paid using PayPal. They are taxable. It is our hope that these awards will further our goal to create a larger audience for authors within the military community. 

Learn more about the New Pulp Fiction Award HERE.
Learn more about the Sangria Summit Society HERE.
Learn more about the SNOW series HERE.
Learn more about Snow Falls HERE (paperback, ebook, audio. Free with Kindle Unlimited).
Learn more about Bobby Nash HERE.