Retirement. Publishers, thank you for the many years of reading pleasure you gave me, but all good things must come to an end. Due to failing eyesight I am forced to retire. I can no longer review your books, and any that you send will be donated to the local library, unread. Do not send any more. I can only read for a couple hours every day, and this does not allow me to finish a book in reasonable time. I will be devoting time to my own books from now on, and reading on a personal level. Books that interest me. I prefer paperbacks and hardbacks, not eBooks. My eyesight has been failing the last few years, and I cannot handle hundreds of review books any more. My books are still available for review. Anyone interested in reviewing any of them, they are found in the Link to Tom’s Books On Amazon. Contact me for pdf copies at email@example.com
Sunday, October 30, 2011
Saturday, October 29, 2011
Return Of The Shadow
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
The Shadow From Jove
Sunday, October 23, 2011
The Dangerous Corpse
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
The Black Bat Companion
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Dark Lake - Review
Monday, October 17, 2011
Thursday, October 13, 2011
Conversation With Heroes
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
A Journey To The Heart of Luna
Monday, October 10, 2011
Vandals On Venus by K.G. McAbee
Soon, Nathanial and Annabelle find themselves in the middle of a plot concerning a nefarious German officer, a brilliant English inventor, an Irish guide no better than he should be, a heavily-armed lizard-man and a clever American newspaperman. Can even they prevail against such odds?
Now available on Amazon's Kendal for $2.99, and at all ebook stores.
Saturday, October 8, 2011
Three Go Back
Available from NTD and Amazon. $12.97 paperback, $4.99 Kendle.
Friday, October 7, 2011
Curse of The Phantom Shadow
My name is Mark Ross and I am an independent filmmaker in the Las Vegas area. We are currently in production on our short concept film, Curse of the Phantom Shadow. This movie is an homage to:
Republic Movie Serials
Pulp Novels/Magazines of the 1930s/1940s
Our film takes place in 1948. We have professional actors, some of which have been in Hollywood productions.
Until recently, we were 100% self financed from my personal savings. We are now trying to raise money to finish our production.
I realize you probably get many of requests, such as the one I am about to make. However, a mention on your blog would definitely help us with our fundraising endeavors:
At the very least, I encourage you to review our video, and see if it is a good fit for your audience.
I thank you in advance on behalf of my cast and crew.
New Doc Atlas Coming Soon
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Echoes From The Pulps
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Heroes of Ancient Greece
Two of the greatest of the Greek heroes were Hercules and Atalanta, and both have survived in their own identities, as well as being the patterns for many other heroes of print, song, and screen. But no hero has ever achieved the strength of the mighty Hercules. Nor has any arrow ever flown as swift and true as one shot from the bow of Atalanta! Monsters from the land, sea, and moon face our heroes in these exciting pulp adventures!
This volume contains stories by Doc Atlas creator, Michael A. Black, paranormal author, Ralph Horner, and Tom Johnson, author of the popular Jur novels. Fully illustrated by Ron Wilber, including a three page comic by the artist.
If you like your heroes strong, your heroines beautiful, and the action fast, then go no further, this adventure is for you!
Available from NTD and Amazon.
Sunday, October 2, 2011
Bad Moon Rising By Tom Johnson
Saturday, October 1, 2011
Guns Of The Black Ghost
The vast chamber was suddenly filled with a mocking laugh as the Black Ghost issued his challenge to gangdom, and the weird mirth rose to a high crescendo, reverberating throughout the building, echoing like a wild thing in the silent void of space. Gang members stopped what they were doing, and looked about the shop like hunted animals on opening season in the woods. And then a chorus of shouts rang out as they spotted the intrepid fighter in black. “The Black Ghost!” burst from a dozen lips at once, and murderous hands dug for guns beneath their tunics.
Gunfire suddenly blazed as those weapons came up, but the Black Ghost had drawn two heavy automatics of his own, and the machine shop was thundering with the clash of guns as a battle began between gangland and the fighter in black. A wild volley of bullets sang like angry hornets disturbed by a farmer’s deadly spray of insecticide.
This is my tribute to Walter Gibson and his creation, The Shadow. Available from the publisher, NTD, or Amazon. $16.50 print and $3.50 on Kendle.