Posts Tagged ‘ Snubnose Press ’

Hustle by Tom Pitts – review

September 17, 2014
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Hustle by Tom Pitts – review

Great crime fiction takes you to that dark place where humanity is lost and then smacks you in the face and shows you how wrong you were for thinking that we can stop being human. Tom Pitt’s Hustle is packed with violence, drugs, sex, and bad intentions, but humanity beats at its core with...

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Sex, Drugs and Bookglue: The Six Best Doper Books of All Time

March 8, 2013
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Dope Sick final

By j.a. kazimer You know you want it. Just one taste. Just a little hit to tide you over… But remember the first six are free, but the rest of the list, is gonna cost ya. Candy by Luke Davies The language and desperation in this book is what makes it a go-to reading...

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The Tracks Side of the Wrong: Rock Noir – A playlist for Broken Glass Waltzes

March 7, 2013
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Broken Glass Waltzes V1

by Warren Moore The marriage between rock and roll and noir fiction seems like a pretty natural one, to me, anyway. At its best, rock and roll is outlaw music; at its best, noir carries you with enough adrenaline to fuel a mosh pit. And of course, sometimes we can blend the two. We’ve...

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Nothing Matter by Steve Finbow – excerpt

May 8, 2012
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Nothing Matter by Steve Finbow – excerpt

Snubnose Press is our ebook imprint. Here is a brief excerpt from one of our releases Nothing Matters by Steve Finbow. A small excerpt from our newest novella, Nothing Matters by Steve Finbow: “…my bar, a music bar somewhere on the road between LA and Barstow, a stop for truckers, fuckers, and no-luckers. We...

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The Duplicate by Helen Fitzgerald – excerpt

May 7, 2012
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The Duplicate by Helen Fitzgerald – excerpt

Snubnose Press is our ebook imprint. Here is a brief excerpt from one of our releases The Duplicate by Helen Fitzgerald. There were thirty keys on the bunch and it was the twenty third that opened Aunty Joan’s room. I unlocked the door, still a little worried that she may be inside sleeping, and...

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All Snubnose Press titles are .99¢ – Limited time offer

November 25, 2011
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All Snubnose Press titles are .99¢ – Limited time offer

To celebrate Thanksgiving Snubnose Press is having its own Black Friday sale. All Snubnose titles are now .99¢ for a limited time. For those that may not know Snubnose Press is our ebook imprint. Brian LindenmuthBrian is the non-fiction editor of Spinetingler magazine and one of the fiction editors of Snubnose Press. In addition...

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Les Edgerton, Cort McMeel, Eddie Vega, Sandra Ruttan on The G-ZONE Blogtalk Radio Show

November 16, 2011
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Les Edgerton, Cort McMeel, Eddie Vega, Sandra Ruttan on The G-ZONE Blogtalk Radio Show

Les Edgerton, Sandra Ruttan, Eddie Vega, Cort McMeel and myself were all guests on “The G-ZONE” Blogtalk Radio Show to talk about epublishing, Spinetingler, Snubnose Press, Noir Nation, the forthcoming Bare Knuckles Press and really the whole thing is just like a goofy panel with friends hanging out. And alcohol. We were a bunch...

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Is 2011 the year of the e-publisher?

July 26, 2011
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A recent Wall Street Journal article surveyed the crime fiction landscape and focused on some of the new, high-profile imprints like Mulholland Books and Mysterious Press. I’m glad that the article ran because I do believe that, as a genre, what is good for one is good for all. One trend that I’ve been...

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