My name is Bryce Beattie, and I'm addicted to pulp. I got into it many years ago, and I just can't break free. When I was a kid, some careless adult left a tape with several episodes of "The Shadow" radio show lying around. After I listened to that, I was hooked. Pretty soon, audio just wasn't enough and I moved on to to the paperback stuff. At first it was just detective fiction, then I started reading old Conan stories and yarns about John Carter of Mars. Now I'm pretty hopeless. I tried to quit once, but soon afterward put on a lot of weight, so I started back up. Now, I'm so deep into pulp fiction that I write my own.
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The Journey of St. Laurent
An ER nurse races to find the only weapon that can save the world from an alien invasion - the zombie virus that destroyed his hometown.
Sequel to the zombie action adventure novel Oasis.
The Apocalypse of Blythe
An action/adventure/fantasy short story. (about 5200 words)
A tavern girl picks a fight with a particularly disgusting customer. Furious swordplay ensues.
Fans of old school action adventure fantasy like Conan or Solomon Kane will hopefully enjoy this one.
Pride of the Traveller
A travelling swordsman gets in over his head when he challenges a local authority.
It's a short story of about 4700 words. If you like the old sword and sorcery pulps (like Conan, Solomon Kane, etc.) this should be right up your alley.
Terrorists have unleashed a devastating and bizarre virus in a small desert town. Something has knocked out the power grid. The government has quarantined the city, but is not sending aid, and nobody can understand why. Oasis is the story of one man’s struggle against the chaos that blankets the city.
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