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Pulp Revolution Spinner Rack IV

If you walk out of your local big box book store thinking that they’re just ain’t much to read these days… think again.

Times are changing… and big publishing is out of step with readers. Check out what science fiction, fantasy, weird, and western style fiction can be like when it’s written and published by people that actually like the stuff and see the difference for yourself!

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7 responses to “Pulp Revolution Spinner Rack IV

  1. Dominika June 7, 2017 at 10:39 am

    Heads up: Alien Game links to Rocky Mountain Retribution.

  2. The Mixed GM June 7, 2017 at 11:37 am

    I haven’t read all of these…yet, but the ones I have read are great. If you are on the fence about any of these, just do it. It will be a good read!

  3. alfred genesson June 10, 2017 at 2:36 pm

    Yeah, I still need to grab Merkin’s book. Done. But I’ll gladly vouch for the rest.

  4. Turd Ferguson June 11, 2017 at 8:24 am

    JUst wanted to throw out a Pulp movie recommendation: The Mummy is getting savaged in every reviews but was a pretty fun, pulpy ride. I hope it manages to do well enough to start the Dark Universe franchise

  5. Todd Everhart June 15, 2017 at 7:32 pm

    How tied to the “Pulp Revolution” term are you? Would you be willing to discuss switching to “PulpRev”.

    Perhaps you know you are the largest driving force behind the term currently?

    PulpRev is one word seeping SEO. PulpRevolution? Pulp Revolution? Readers searching have to consider whether the search should be one word or two. Break up the word and you start getting Pulp Fiction movie results. Authors have to waste three keywords to cover all of them. PulpRev…it’s simple, open ended, yet succinct.

    I know the question has come up before here: http://www.castaliahouse.com/review-war-of-the-ruby-by-brian-k-lowe/
    The discussion never really went anywhere though. The reason I’m urging the rename is for the SEO ease and power, the curiosity it evokes, and all the inspiring meanings it contains. And the movement is still young!

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