The epublishing revolution has made it possible for me to launch a long-time dream: a modern counterpart to the pulp adventure magazines of yesteryear.
The first issue
is approximately novel-length, with 5 adventures in the following genres: Epic fantasy/sword & sorcery; post-apocalyptic aviation adventure; an historical thriller set during Reconstruction; an historical adventure set in medieval Britain; and a fantasy satire with a sci-fi flavor.
I've had some nice public feedback for my military thriller
, but thus far I've had no reviews of Virtual Pulp
. I realize it's rather off the beaten path these days, but I know there are people who still enjoy this type of fiction--if only they were aware of it.
So if anybody would be willing to review it, please contact me!