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Dirty Deeds by Armand Rosamilia only 99 cents through October 28th

Posted in Armand Rosamilia, crime thriller, Dirty Deeds, fiction, thriller with tags , , on October 22, 2020 by Armand Rosamilia

Kindle Press, the publisher of the first Dirty Deeds crime thriller book in the award-winning series by Armand Rosamilia, has put it on sale

Today through October 28th and only 99 cents!

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I get paid to erase problems.

Did your extramarital affair produce an unwanted complication? Family problems? Just want to enjoy your midlife crisis by yourself?

That’s where I come in. For a fee I’ll take care of it. A big fee.

Only, I’m not going to do what you think. I’m not going to save you from them, I’m going to save them from you.

PLUS…

Today through October 26th you can also get Dirty Deeds 4

For FREE!

Armand’s way of saying thank you for so many new readers of the series

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The Big Easy. The Crescent City. Birthplace of Jazz. Mardi Gras City. NOLA. New Orleans.

Even in a fun place like this I find myself being chased, shot at, coerced and abused by the FBI, organized crime and Reggie Keane, who used to spend his days trying to arrest me.

Did I also mention a serial killer is in the mix as well?

One of these days I’m going to spend time in a city and enjoy the tourist sites.

The fourth book in the crime thriller series from author Armand Rosamilia

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Dirty Deeds 9 coming in early 2021, too!

Dying Days Ultimate Box Sets only 99 cents until October 26th!

Posted in Armand Rosamilia, dying days, horror, zombie with tags , , , on October 19, 2020 by Armand Rosamilia

 

Both Dying Days Ultimate Box Sets by Armand Rosamilia will only be 99 cents until October 26th, so grab them now!

DYING DAYS ULTIMATE BOX SET 1

Four novellas set in the Dying Days world are included in this massive box set:

Still Dying: Select Scenes From Dying Days
Still Dying 2
Dying Days: The Siege of European Village
Dying Days: Siege 2

Plus… the two-story Dying Shortly set
Plus… 2 short stories previously only available on a website:

“Dying Days: Downtown From Hell”
Dying Days: The Scorpion”

Over 500 pages and more than 174,000 words in all!

DYING DAYS ULTIMATE BOX SET 2

our novellas set in the Dying Days world are included in this massive box set:

Highway To Hell
Dying Days: Origins
Highway To Hell 2
Dying Days: Origins 2

Plus… the two-story Dying Shortly 2 set
Plus… 2 short stories previously only available on a website:

“Dying Days: The Ring”
Dying Days: Game Over”

Over 500 pages and more than 135,000 words in all!

Keyport Cthulhu is only 99 cents through October 11th

Posted in Armand Rosamilia, chuck buda, horror, keyport, Keyport Cthulhu, Kindle with tags , , on October 5, 2020 by Armand Rosamilia

Keyport Cthulhu is only 99 cents through October 11th

Set in the New Jersey fishing village of Keyport, where the Esoteric Order of Dagon has been planning for the awakening of the Deep One all these years…

Who can survive when Cthulhu rises?

Includes several bonus stories:

the steampunk tale “Rats In The Cellars”
“Cthulhunicorn” co-written with Katelynn Rosamilia
“Lockbox” previously unreleased
And two Lovecraftian tales from author Chuck Buda: “The Terrible Old Man of Keyport” and “Dark Waters of Sin”

Little Free Library Trip – Marietta Georgia edition

Posted in Armand Rosamilia, lfl, little free libraries, little free library with tags , , , on October 4, 2020 by Armand Rosamilia

While I was up in the Atlanta area with my wife (she had business at her properties and I had writing to do in the hotel) we decided to spend a night traveling to a bunch of Little Free Libraries nearby. All but one on our list was up and running, and we grabbed at least one good book from each to read!

Of course, we left quite a few books as well, including several of my signed books (I do like to promote!)

We saw a mother with two young children at one of them, too! Never had to wait in line, and it was fun!

There was even one inside the Great American Cookies location. I filled up their library and we bought a lot of cookies. A lot.

The next time we’re in the area we’ll hit the Smyrna group of Little Free Libraries. In fact, every time we travel from now on I’m going to get a list together to grab some new books and add some books back, too! See you out there!

Armand

Dying Days: Family Ties: A Zombie YA Novella by Armand Rosamilia Only 99 cents!

Posted in Armand Rosamilia, dying days, horror, YA, zombie with tags , , , , , on September 21, 2020 by Armand Rosamilia

Dying Days: Family Ties: A Zombie YA Novella

Only 99 cents thru September 27th

 

A YA novella set in the Dying Days world from Armand Rosamilia!

Emalee and Mason are brother and sister, differently abled teenagers, both with Down Syndrome, trying to survive during the zombie apocalypse.

They both have unique powers that will be tested because sometimes it isn’t just the zombies that are threatening.

Will they be able to protect one another and find safe haven from a world turned upside down?

Dying Days 7 by Armand Rosamilia now on Audiobook #zombies

Posted in Armand Rosamilia, audiobook, dying days, fiction, zombie with tags , , , on September 12, 2020 by Armand Rosamilia

Dying Days 7 is now available as an Audiobook!

Continuing the zombie series by Armand Rosamilia

Narrated by Karen Satter

 

Welcome to The Promised Land. A safe haven for survivors escaping the zombie hordes and certain death. Hot meals, electricity, a warm bed to sleep in.

Of course, the Lich Lord oversees all….

Can Darlene Bobich and what’s left of the survivors make it through another day in a world filled with zombies and worse?

The Sea Was Angry by Armand Rosamilia

Posted in Armand Rosamilia, fiction, florida, horror, novella, severed press with tags , , on September 11, 2020 by Armand Rosamilia

 

NEW RELEASE!

The Sea Was Angry by Armand Rosamilia

The fishing industry near Daytona Beach is crippled when the shrimp stop coming up in nets, when the trout and flounder stop taking the bait… and when mysterious black sea life begins to attack the boats, the swimmers and the land, can anyone escape the horror as the oceans fight back?

A Severed Press Release

Armand’s Little Free Library #lfl #littlefreelibrary

Posted in Armand Rosamilia, lfl, little free libraries, little free library with tags , , , on August 28, 2020 by Armand Rosamilia

Rosamilia Reads.

That’s what we’re calling our Little Free Library, put up in front of our house.

My wife and I have been spending an hour or two each weekend traveling all around Jacksonville (FL) using the handy online map of the Little Free Libraries to check them out, take books and leave books. After the first day of seeking out a dozen of them in one area, I checked to see if there were any in my part of town.

Only one.

Unacceptable to me, as a reader and as a writer. So we ordered a set and with the help of visiting author Alexander Bailey (aka Alex From Iowa) we got it in the ground and filled it with books.

My wife painted the flowers on the sides of it. She wanted it to feel warm and welcoming, fearing I’d paint skulls and bats on it. I wouldn’t do that. I would’ve also added Cthulhu.

Of course, with everything we do, there has to be added features: an inside light in case you’re in the area at two a.m. and can’t sleep and need a book, and two small spotlights for nighttime. In case you’re walking the dog after dark and really want a book for later.

Of course, now my writing will drop each day as I stare out the window, waiting for someone to arrive and go through the books I put inside.

I have a giant feeder box of books (including some of my signed copies as well as signed books from author Chuck Buda) and comic books I’ll be adding as books are taken. I’m hoping this becomes a stop for my side of town for fellow readers!

Now… I need to end this post so I can stare out the window and watch for people…

Armand

Make Pretend: The Complete Short Fiction of Armand Rosamilia, Volume 1

Posted in Armand Rosamilia, fiction, horror, Kindle, kindle unlimited, short story with tags , , on August 18, 2020 by Armand Rosamilia

Make Pretend is the first book in a series collecting all of Armand Rosamilia’s short fiction.

Twenty-one tales ranging from horror to crime thriller to science fiction, contemporary fiction to fantasy and more. From stories a few days ago to one forty years old.

Some stories you might’ve read in previous collections or anthologies. Maybe on the author’s Patreon. Many more never before read. Written for this and the future collections.

Make pretend these stories aren’t real, aren’t fact, and aren’t exposing the best and worst of humanity…

With a foreword by esteemed author Tim Meyer

Make Pretend: The Complete Short Fiction of Armand Rosamilia, Volume 1

The Dark Frontier Anthology

Posted in Armand Rosamilia with tags , on August 10, 2020 by Armand Rosamilia

The Dark Frontier

There’s something sinister in the mountain, letting monsters loose upon the world. Civilization is collapsing; the lands are submerged in shadow. Soon, the darkness will consume the countryside, leaving but one path through the void – a path that cuts across the Dark Frontier.

“Cargo Mountain” by Charles R. Bernard
“On the Road to Madness” by Armand Rosamilia
“The Hard Cases” by Stuart Conover
“The Man From Turkey Creek Canyon” by Lee Clark Zumpe
“The Harvestmen” by Aubrey Campbell
“Take the Desert With You” by Joanna Parypinski
“Henry Rain” by Cassidy Frost”
“Memories of the Dead Man” by Douglas Smith
“The Bride’s Road” by Hawk and Young
“Bad Air” by Jack Lothian
“The Crossing at Bony Ford” by Christine Morgan
“Rise, Vega” by The Frightening Floyds
“Starless and Bible-Black” by Lee Clark Zumpe
“One Way Out” by Bryan Dyke
“It’s Not Only Outside” by Micah Castle

Permafrost – next Patreon Novel by Armand Rosamilia

Posted in Armand Rosamilia, Patreon with tags , on July 25, 2020 by Armand Rosamilia

https://www.patreon.com/posts/permafrost-next-39629503?cid=40931690

“A View From My Seat: My Baseball Season With the Jumbo Shrimp” is only 99 cents thru July 27th

Posted in Armand Rosamilia, baseball, Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, kindle unlimited, nonfiction with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on July 21, 2020 by Armand Rosamilia

Only 99 cents thru July 27th!

A View From My Seat: My Baseball Season With The Jumbo Shrimp by Armand Rosamilia

“A really entertaining, and surprisingly moving, diary of one season of a minor league baseball team” – Amazon Review

Horror and Crime Fiction Author Armand Rosamilia loves baseball.

He grew up in a baseball family. He loves watching it. Studying it. Getting lost in it.

When his wife mentioned getting season tickets for the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, the Double-A affiliate of the Miami Marlins, he jumped on it.

And a nonfiction book idea was born. His love of baseball and a season of minor league baseball.

He not only breaks down the entire 2017 Jumbo Shrimp season but gives his own perspective as a fan and tells stories from his own past as a baseball fan… going to the infamous Pine Tar Game… being a diehard Red Sox fan… the 1993 World Series… Brooks Robinson’s final game… collecting baseball cards and so much more!

Features interviews with Jumbo Shrimp staff and players, too:

“We want you to leave here and feel like you had a great affordable experience. You can go home with some money still in your wallet. That’s a very important thing. It also hopefully makes you want to come back for more” – Ken Babby, owner of your Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp

“We were definitely expecting an increase in attention. The sales and the amount of repeat customers exceeded our expectations. I was blown away” – Noel Baha, Assistant GM

“What we’re trying to do here in Jacksonville is help the Marlins win in Miami” – Roger Hoover, Director of Broadcasting

“You can’t think about looking ahead because this game is tough. It has different ways of bringing you up and bringing you down. If you get on the field and give it everything the rest falls into place” – John Norwood, right field

“We have an advantage with the crowds we get. How loud this place gets when we have success and the other team doesn’t” – Alex Yarbrough, infield

“I’m looking for an extra one percent from these players. One percent better per month. Everyone has different things they need to get a little better at. It’s why we’re here in the minor leagues” – Storm Davis, pitching coach and Jacksonville native

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