Archive for the ‘Books’ Category

GLASS REVENGE – Coming Soon!

Posted: 9th February 2018 by Rich Bullock in Books

Book 2 in the Glass & Stone series is coming soon!   Here’s a teaser from the back cover: “Don’t get dead, Glass.” – Rowdy Haines   Seven years…   Palomino “Mina” Glass, formerly Lilly Hawthorne, lost her name, her family, her freedom. For seven years, distance and her new identity keep her alive. Then, […]

Over 35,000 Copies Downloaded Worldwide!

Posted: 5th May 2016 by Rich Bullock in Books, Marketing

Well, I finally got around to totaling up four years of reports from Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP). Some surprising facts emerged: Over 35,000 copies of Perilous Cove have been downloaded through March 2016! (Original ebook publishing date was May 28, 2012). Readers in 11 countries have downloaded the book. Over 100 reviews on Amazon. I […]

Shattered Glass

Posted: 9th March 2016 by Rich Bullock in Books

Shattered Glass – Glass & Stone Series, Book 1 Someone wants her dead. Another wants to save her. She wants her life back. Now Available! Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple iBooks, Kobo, and other retailers.

Shattered Glass is Now Available!

Posted: 22nd February 2016 by Rich Bullock in Books

My 4th suspense novel (this one is more a thriller) is now available on Amazon and Smashwords, and will soon be on Barnes & Noble, iBooks, and other sites. A print version is underway. Lilly Hawthorne’s adoption five years ago is a rags-to-riches dream come true, complete with movie star mother and mega-producer father. But […]

Perilous Cove is now FREE!

Posted: 9th May 2015 by Rich Bullock in Books

Perilous Cove – Perilous Safety Series, Book 1, is now free! My suspense novel, PERILOUS COVE, is FREE on Kindle, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, iBooks, and more. Please pass the word! What if your husband tried to kill you…after he was already dead? “A first-rate thriller that grabs you in Chapter One and doesn’t let […]

A Nostalgic Epiphany – Missing Books

Posted: 20th March 2014 by Rich Bullock in Books

Nostalgia 101 I miss buying books.   Oh, I still buy books. These days, I prefer reading e-books, so about 99% are digital. In fact, I have a very difficult time finishing a printed book. It gets left beside my bed or someplace else where I don’t think about it. The best books are those […]