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Whew! Last week was quite the wild ride, what with a whirlwind blog tour celebrating the release of How The West Was Weird. Today we'll take it down just a notch, with just a few bits and bobs.

If you haven't yet, be sure to head over to The Book Cave for an exclusive podcast interview with editor Russ Anderson and writers Barry Reese and Joshua Reynolds on How The West Was Weird.

Derrick Ferguson has kindly graced us with another entry in the Movie Review Notebook...this time he takes a look at 1963's The Haunting!

And, if that's not enough for you, we've got the first chapters of both DEVIL TAKE THE HINDMOST, Joel Jenkins' vampire-thriller, and DIAMONDBACK, Derrick Ferguson's action-adventure novel up for you to read on our brandspankin' new DENBROOK page!

Now how's that for a Monday?

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The Book Cave Episode 65: The Return of Derrick Ferguson


Derrick Ferguson returns to talk about his book Dillon and the Legend

of the Golden Bell.

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Dillon And The Legend of The Golden Bell


Dillon And The Voice of Odin


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HTWWW arrived yesterday! I'm gonna have to shuffle some of these to the top of my TBR pile.

Cool! Trust me, you're gonna love it. Have you gotten to LEGEND OF THE GOLDEN BELL yet?

Not yet, I've got three novels I HAVE TO read right now but it is next on the list. HTWWW will now be next after that.

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This week we've got another sneak peek for you, courtesy of our new UPCOMING RELEASES page! And our first entry is the soon to be released LOVE & BULLETS by Percival Constantine! Head over to the page in question for a look at the first chapter of one of the rip-roaringest action-adventure thrillers to come along since DILLON AND THE LEGEND OF THE GOLDEN BELL!


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We've got a new site update on our blog for your enjoyment, including a review of GREEN ZONE in the Movie Review Notebook and new sneak peeks! Also, remember to check out our Facebook page!


And if you're a fan of Josh Reynolds (and if you're not then you should be) then you certainly want to get in the ground floor of COUNTESS OBLIVION, his new serialized tale over at REVENANCE!


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Ron Fortier, the Air Chief of AIRSHIP 27 and an awesome writer in his own right has been good enough to review the Pulpwork Press anthology HOW THE WEST WAS WEIRD. Bounce over to read the review here: http://www.pulpfictionreviews.blogspot.com/ then hop over to the AIRSHIP 27 site http://www.airship27.com/ for information on their amazing pulp influenced projects.

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1. Desolation by Barry Reese

2. The Rag Doll Kid by David Boop

3. They Call Him Pat by Ian Taylor

4. The Lost Vale by Joel Jenkins

6. The Yellow Dog by Ron Fortier

6. Mr. Brass and the Devil's Teeth by Josh Reynolds

7. Thunder Pursued by Tom Deja

8. Walker on the Wind by Desmond Reddick

9. Velvet Scourge by Grahm Eberhardt

10. The Demon Wrestler by Dale Glaser

11. Werewolf of Bent Elbow by Tracy Evans

12. Unhallowed Ground by Stacy Dooks

13. Train Comes a-Burnin' by Mark Bousquet

14. Testimony of Constable Fraser by Kevin Thornton

15. Raid at Razorfang Ranch by David Golightly

16. Witch Hole by Matthew Mayo

17. West of Fort Smith by Tommy Hancock

18. Beast of the Black Hills by Tony Wilson

19. Storms of Blood and Snow by Derrick Ferguson

20. Terror in Toyland by Mike McGee

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What are those mounties doing over by the bar?

Zombie Mounties are taking opportunity of the chaos to grab a quick snack.

I was being a bit of a tease, Derrick.

I know exactly what they are doing...because I wrote them!!! Muhahahahahahahahaha!!!

*Reciprocal evil laughter*

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Not only is How the West Was Weird 2 up for pre-order, but it is available in a 2 pack with volume one! For $24.99, you can get 2 books of the best Weird West this side'a Joe Lansdale AND the Campfire Tales eBook featuring four more stories!!!

You get it shipped early, and, oh yeah, FREEEEEE!!!

And all the information on how to do so can be found right here:


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All Pulp has posted a review of Joel Jenkins' novel, EXILES OF THE DIRE PLANET Read the review at All Pulp and/or pick up a copy at PulpWork.com. Electronic versions are available at Barnes and Noble (Also, Barnes and Noble is running a sale and they've got the hard copy of Strange Gods of the Dire Planet for sale at just $9.32 at the moment!) and Amazon.


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Originally only available as a giveaway with purchase of How the West Was Weird, Vol. 2, the e-book CAMPFIRE TALES is now available at Amazon.com (for those of you with Kindles) and Smashwords.com (for those of you with any other kind of e-reader. This book includes 4 weird western short stories by Russ Anderson, Derrick Ferguson, Joel Jenkins, and Joshua M. Reynolds. For 99 cents, it's a steal!

Four astounding novellas combining the western with sci-fi and horror. This new addition to Pulpwork Press's best-selling HOW THE WEST WAS WEIRD series includes:

MR. BRASS AND THE CRIMSON SKIES OF KANSAS by Josh Reynolds. The robot Pinkerton is all that stands between President Teddy Roosevelt and an attack by sky pirates and Mr. Hyde.

HELL'S OWN by Russ Anderson. Zombies overrun a small western town, and the town's lone sheriff is the only one that's armed. Will anyone survive?

THE TALE OF THE BARON'S TRIBUTE by Derrick Ferguson. When a foe from Sebastian Red's past attacks him through his friends, Sebastian must undo the damage done to his loved ones and do battle with a foe who is, for once, in every way his equal.

GUNMEN OF THE HOLLOW EARTH by Joel Jenkins. Lone Crow, Doc Holliday, and Morgan Earp lead the surviving members of the Wild Bunch into a lost world at the center of the Earth, running afoul of dinosaurs, a tribe of barbarian women, and a posse of silver-hungry banditos who have followed them from the surface world.

So what are you waiting for? Get on over to Amazon.com and get yourself a copy!


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