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Shocker by Armand Rosamilia and Frank Edler FREE through January 1st

Posted in Armand Rosamilia, frank edler, FREE eBook, horror, Kindle, kindle unlimited, shocker with tags , , , , on December 28, 2020 by Armand Rosamilia

Shocker, the first book in the twisted trilogy from Armand Rosamilia and Frank Edler, is FREE for a limited time!

SHOCKER is the horror humor story of a prisoner, a religious idol, monsters and mayhem.

Vito “The Shocker” Shocketti has been locked away in Rahway State Penitentiary for twenty years of his life sentence. In that time not one cellmate has endured being quartered with him for very long. That all changes when a young kid, Manny “Dirty” Sanchez, gets put with The Shocker.

A star struck Manny begs “The Shocker” to tell him his legendary story of crime and murder. Vito decides to unload on the kid, who becomes more and more engrossed in The Shocker’s tales of living life on the edge in the seedy heavy metal club scene in 1980’s New Jersey.

The Shocker, impressed that Dirty has not begged the guards to move him from the cell, drops a bombshell. All the murders The Shocker committed were directed at the behest of Baby Jesus. The Shockers tales devolve into the weird and insane.

Could The Shocker be making it all up to make Manny think he is criminally insane or is the Baby Jesus real and has a higher plan for the both of them?

Seasoned writing veteran Armand Rosamillia teams up with hungry newcomer, Frank J Edler to tell this darkly funny story of reckless behavior, oddball monsters and the cherubic Baby Jesus. The two Jersey boys spin a thick flavor of heavy metal life in New Jersey that will make the most bad-ass of metalheads cringe with delight. This story should come with a pair of tight black leather pants and a can of Aqua Net.

Also features an interview with both authors by fellow deranged author Christian Jensen

Grab Shocker, and if you’re not either dumbfounded or feel like you’ve lost brain cells after reading it… maybe get the other two? Just sayin’

Dirty Deeds #crimethriller by Armand Rosamilia only 99 cents through November 22nd

Posted in 99 cent eBook, Armand Rosamilia, crime thriller, Dirty Deeds, Kindle, kindle unlimited on November 10, 2020 by Armand Rosamilia

My publisher, Kindle Press, has put my Dirty Deeds crime thriller (did I mention Award Winning, too?) on sale for only 99 cents starting today through November 22nd

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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.

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It’s the start to the series (currently working on book 9!)

Grab a copy of Dirty Deeds today! Not sure when it will be on sale again, so now’s the time!

 

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

“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

Armand Rosamilia’s Severed Press Titles

Posted in Armand Rosamilia, horror, kaiju, Kindle, kindle unlimited, novella, science fiction, severed press with tags , , , , , on June 28, 2020 by Armand Rosamilia

I have three novellas currently available through publisher Severed Press, with three more coming in the next year or so. And all available via Kindle Unlimited, too!

 

Ogromny

Ogromny Means Huge.

Twelve years ago something massive burst from the mountains near Okha, Russia, shedding wicked creatures when attacked, before walking into the Pacific Ocean.

Walking directly toward the United States coastline.

Four thousand miles later it is headed straight toward San Francisco and the destruction of a city and its inhabitants, unless doctors Volkoff and Sokolov can figure out how to stop it.

 

The Beast: A Bigfoot Thriller

 

The end of summer, 1986. With only a few days left until the new school year, twins Jeremy and Jack Schaffer are on very different paths. Jeremy is the geek, playing Dungeons & Dragons with friends Kathleen and Randy, while Jack is the jock, getting into trouble with his buddies.

And then everything changes when neighbor Mister Higgins is killed by a wild animal in his yard. Was it a bear? There’s something big lurking in the woods behind their New Jersey home.

Will the police be able to solve the murder before more Middletown residents are ripped apart?

 

 

Frozen In Ice

 

The odds of an alien spaceship slamming into a secret military aircraft over Antarctica are astronomical…

A team of specialists are hastily deployed to find out what happened and if the situation can be contained. The expedition quickly descends into a hellish battle to survive not only an extreme environment but also a terrifying creature from beyond.

An alien force has landed on planet earth and it is anything but friendly…

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