Pulp Fiction Book Store We Take Requests! 1

We Take Requests!

January is turning out to be pretty crazy here at The Pulp Fiction Book Store. We’re getting ready to start our monthly Newsletter (first issue in February), and launch our new Affiliates Program (look for that in mid-February). As a consequence our normal ebook production has gotten a little sidetracked as we divert our efforts to these two new programs.

It’s amazing what all you have to do to set up an affiliate program. Not just set up the software, but set up the program itself. But it will all get done. More news about it to come in the Newsletter.

But you don’t want to hear about our trials and tribulations. You want the good stuff. And the good stuff is:

We Take Requests!

We want to hear what you want to read. We got a request last month for more stories by Norman A. Daniels so we obliged with Clues In The Dark and Other Stories.

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Another request we have had is for more robot stories. It seems the Adam Link stories are popular and you want more. Well there isn’t any more Adam Link to publish but we are on the lookout for more robot stories.

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Do you have a Pulp Fiction request? Do you have any favorite stories that you read once and would love to read again? You can request an author like C.S. Montayne, a topic like cattle rustlers, a series of stories like Elak of Atlantis, more stories from an ongoing series like Jim Hatfield – Lone Wolf Ranger, or Conan the Cimmerian, or even something more generic like more crime fiction.

We’ll check it out to see if the stories are available and if so, we’ll build the ebooks.

Just leave a reply below.

Leave a reply below for a request and we’ll get on it!

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About the author: Born a long time ago, I developed a love for Pulp Fiction as a young whipper-snapper. Whether it was riding rocket ships to Mars or tracking down the cruelest of killers, I always rooted for the hero to get the girl in the end. I found that a lot of my favorite pulp fiction stories, mysteries, sci-fi and adventure had gone out of print and also into the public domain, so like any bright young enterprising lover of cattle rustlers, robot armies and insidious villains, I decided to make the universe safe for my pulp fiction heroes of yore and republish them. I have since opened up the PulpFictionBook.Store to bring some of my old friends back to light.

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