All posts by Eric Robert Nolan

Eric Robert Nolan graduated from Mary Washington College in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. He spent several years a news reporter and editorial writer for the Culpeper Star Exponent in Culpeper, Virginia. His work has also appeared on the front pages of numerous newspapers in Virginia, including The Free Lance – Star and The Daily Progress. Eric entered the field of philanthropy in 1996, as a grant writer for nonprofit healthcare organizations. Eric’s poetry has been featured by Dead Beats Literary Blog, Dagda Publishing, The International War Veterans’ Poetry Archive, and elsewhere. His poetry will also be published by Illumen Magazine in its Spring 2014 issue.

A few frights from a few friends …

If you do happen to pick up “All Hail the New Flesh” (and you should, before the robots kill us all), then please make sure you check out the stories by my friends and talented fellow fiction writers, Dennis Villelmi (“The Apian Way”), and Jex Collyer (JS Collyer, “Isaac Heights.”)

I know I’m looking forward to their stories. 🙂

All Hail the Big Hit!

From Dagda Publishing:

[“All Hail The New Flesh” has been doing fairly well over at Amazon for it’s first day. Currently #6 in the “Anthologies & short stories” category of science fiction books for the Kindle. Go grab your copy and discover these new writers and their stories.

[A scientist tries to cure all disease, unwittingly bringing about the end of Humanity; Sentient computers take revenge upon an internet troll; A computer genius builds a machine which can see into the dreams of others, with dark consequences; A girl wakes up in a hospital bed after an accident, but the kindness and concern of her parents and her doctor hide a terrifying truth; An android learns what it is to be Human.These are just a few of the unsettling situations from the minds of these new authors in this collection of short science-fiction stories, a selection of terrible prophecies of technology run amok, of terrifying, unsettling futures, and oddly familiar worlds. Delve inside the minds of these new authors, immerse yourself in their imaginations and ask yourself the question: “What if?”

Featuring works by 13 new up-and-coming authors, this collection is sure to tickle the fancy of any lover of Science Fiction with a unique take on our possible futures.]

eBay?

It’s come to my attention that my book is being sold on eBay and online bookstores in the United Kingdom.

It costs less if you simply purchase a brand spanking new copy directly from Dagda Publishing:

http://www.amazon.com/Dogs-Dont-Bark-Brooklyn-More/dp/1492888699/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1384961905&sr=1-1&keywords=the+dogs+don%27t+bark+in+brooklyn+any+more

Stay warm, friends! 

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Technology Gone Mad!!!

Dagda Publishing’s newest science fiction short story anthology. “All Hail the New Flesh,” is on sale today. So grab your copy before the robots kill us all. And be sure to check out my own story of nanotechnology gone wrong, “At the End of the World, My Daughter Wept Metal.”

http://www.amazon.com/All-Hail-The-New-Flesh/dp/1494214571

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Check out “Next Steps!”

My great friend and Mary Washington College alum Russell Morgan has a terrific new planned television series. He’s got an intriguing idea and is seeing it through with a heck of a lot of talent and hard work.

Check out the official Facebook page for “Next Steps.”

https://www.facebook.com/Nextstepstv

“All Hail the New Flesh” Receives Positive Review

My horror/ science fiction story, “At the End of the World, My Daughter Wept Metal,” received “a notable mention” of Kimi Small’s positive review of Dagda Publishing’s “All Hail the New Flesh.”  

http://thesmallgirl.wordpress.com/2014/01/20/book-review-all-hail-the-new-flesh-a-collection-of-futuristic-short-fiction/

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Hey you egghead literati types …

… who wants to be a reviewer for Dagda Publishing?
 
From Dagda:  [If you want to be added to our list for reviewers, drop us a line at info@dagdapublishing.co.uk (at the moment we’re sending out electronic copies of our titles) – You’ll get a free advance review copy of any books we have coming up, in exchange for an honest review on Amazon/Goodreads/your blog etc. Simple.]