Wednesday, January 4, 2017


Amazon wanted to know what my New Year’s writing resolutions are for 2017. 

I'm not really a resolutions guy. I plan, sure, but I do that throughout the year, not just at the beginning of the year. Planning requires the occasional restructuring or course correcting as things like real life or publishing issues get in the way. Believe me, they both happen. 2016 was a year where these type of hiccups happened to me a lot. 
If I had to make a New Year's Writing Resolution, I guess it would be to improve my time management skills so I can write more. My 2017 schedule is pretty full, which is great, but if I could improve my writing time that would be beneficial to moving my writing career forward and maybe gets me one step closer to my writing/publishing goals. #poweredbyindie
How about you? What are your 2017 resolutions?

Happy New Year!

Thursday, December 1, 2016


Bobby Nash and Buddy Roberts at
Hoover Library's Sci-Fi/Lit Fest 2016.
Operation: Silver Moon author Bobby Nash was interviewed by Buddy Roberts for Lakeside Living magazine when he was in Alabama back in October for the Hoover Library Sci-Fi/Fantasy Lit Fest. 

"I first met Buddy at the Alabama Phoenix Fest a few years back and we bonded over a mutual love of comic books and writing. Buddy does good interviews. It's always fun to chat with him," Nash said about the interview.

You can check it out on page 6 of the December 2016 issue now available here.

The direct link to the PDF issue is here.

Thursday, November 24, 2016


I decided to take advantage of the nice Thanksgiving weather to do some writing outside. I don't have any big plans other than lunch with my parents and brother so I'm working on one of the novels that a publisher is anxiously (or is that impatiently?) awaiting. I'm so far behind schedule on deadlines and still playing catch up. Lots to do. Lots to do. Moreover, I'm thankful to have understanding publishers. It means a lot.

I am also thankful to everyone who visits this page or follows my misadventures on social media. You guys help keep me going. I mean that seriously. Plus, thanks to my patrons over on Patreon for your help. A big thank you goes out to my readers and those who have bought books. I an so thankful that I can tell stories and it's a nice bonus that people actually buy and read them. I'm also thankful for my family. I don't share a lot of personal details, but 2016 has been rough on my family )2014 and 2015 weren't no prizes either, believe me), but we're still here and sill weathering the storm. I am definitely thankful for that.

I am also thankful to my friend and partner in crime on the Operation: Silver Moon adventure, Rick Johnson. I couldn't have done it without you, brother. This has been a fun ride and I'm excited to see where the adventure takes us.

Happy Thanksgiving!


Tuesday, November 22, 2016


We're seeing third party sellers trying to sell it for $74, but there's no need to fear, you can still buy Operation: Silver Moon by Bobby Nash & Rick Johnson on Amazon at COVER PRICE, only $14.99! 

No price gouging needed. 


Operation: Silver Moon is now available for purchase at the following retailers:
Amazon (paperback)  Take a look at pages from the book at Amazon.
Barnes and Noble (paperback)
Amazon UK (paperback)
Amazon CA (paperback)
Amazon Kindle (ebook)
More to follow.

Published by BEN Books.

Friday, October 7, 2016


Save 20% off paperbacks at Barnes & Noble. Use code BNFRIEND at checkout to save automatically, even if it's not one of my books. BNFRIEND can either mean Barnes & Noble Friend or, and I like this one much better, BOBBY NASH'S FRIEND. 

Hurry! Offer ends October 10th!

Search by Bobby Nash

Happy Reading!


Wednesday, May 25, 2016


Photo from previous TimeGate appearance courtesy of Geek Behind The Lens Photography.
Meet Author Bobby Nash this weekend at Timegate 2016!

TimeGate is an annual Doctor Who and British media and culture convention in Atlanta, GA. Attendees come from all over the Southeast, all over the nation and even from as far away as England to take part in the festivities. Launched in 2005, the convention hits its 10 year anniversary in 2015 with special guest Katy Manning and Michelle Gomez. Past Doctor Who guests have included actors Colin Baker, Sophie Aldred, Mary Tamm, John Levene, Colin Spaull and Caitlin Blackwood, script editors Terrance Dicks and Andrew Cartmel, composer Dominic Glynn, film editor Louis Robinson, and more.

For 2016, join us as we celebrate 20 years of the 8th Doctor with special guest, Paul McGann. You can see the full guest list here.

Bobby will have a table set up with his books, including the new Sherlock Holmes/Domino Lady trade collection. He will also be doing panels throughout the weekend. Here's Bobby's panel schedule for TimeGate 2016.

Saturday 3:00 p.m.
I was an Atlanta Movie Extra and Other Tales of Local Filmmaking
Panelists: Angela Berry, Robert Loyd, Bobby Nash, Anthony Taylor, Adam Throne

Saturday 4:00 p.m.
Marvel Cinematic Universe: Too Much or Too Little of a Good Thing?
Panelists: Jennifer Hartshorn, Jonathan French, Bobby Nash, Henry Hanks, Angela Berry

Saturday 10:00 p.m.
Gallifrey Game Night
Panelists: Lt. Moxie Magnus, Courtland Lewis, Bobby Nash, Alan Siler

Sunday 1:00 p.m.
It's Not the Years, It's the Mileage: 35 Years of Indy
Panelists: Darin Bush, Scott Viguie, Bobby Nash, Debbie Viguie

You can find the full Google Doc schedule here on on Timegate's website.

As always, Bobby will be posting photos from the event as he is able across social media using the hashtag #Timegate2016! Follow Bobby at any of the following to keep up to date!

See you there!

Monday, May 16, 2016


Operation: Silver Moon writer Bobby Nash was interviewed by the fine folks over at Awesomegang. They talked writing habits (the good, the bad, and the ugly), Sherlock Holmes, Domino Lady. influences, upcoming projects, and what books Bobby would want to have with him if he suddenly found himself stranded on a deserted island. "I'm thinking, as long as I had a laptop, electricity, and wi-fi, I'd be okay," Nash joked.

You can read the full interview here.

"Thanks, Awesomegang. You're awesome. But then, you already knew that."