Round Up At The Burger Bar: Parts 1-5 The Beginning

This book collects the first five parts of the serial novel Round Up At The Burger bar: The Legend of Trixie Pug. By the year 3333 1/3 massive fast food corporations control the galaxy. Trixie will become the galaxy's 2nd most powerful CEO for a fast food franchise called Heavenly Sky Burger. To read more about Trixie check out the short story, Big Business and the novel Attack of the Lushites. More

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About Russ Crossley

Russ Crossley writes romance under the name R.G. Hart, mystery under the name R.G. Crossley, and science fiction and fantasy under his own. This year there will be re-issues the romantic comedies, Bachelorette: Zombie Edition and Antique Virgin originally published by Sapphire Blue Publishing, an additional paranormal romantic comedy, Zomopolis, and a new original western romance entitled, The Fire In Their Hearts co-authored with R.S. Meger.

He has sold several short stories that have appeared in anthologies from Pocket Books, St. Matins Press, at Smashwords, and other e-retail sites.

With his wife, romance author R.S. Meger, he owns and operates a small press publishing company, 53rd Street Publishing. The company began in April 2011 and now has over sixty e-book titles and two print titles, with more planned in 2012.

He is a member of SF Canada and the Greater Vancouver Chapter of Romance Writers of America. He is also an alumni of the Oregon Coast Professional Fiction Writers Master Class taught by award winning author/editors, Kristine Katherine Rusch and Dean Wesley Smith.

To find a complete listing of his work check out his website http://www.rghart.com, http://russstory.blogspot.com.Razor's blog can be found at http://razorandedge.blogspot.com

Feel free to contact him on Facebook or Twitter. He loves to hear from readers

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