Motorman/Robert Dunn Publicity Page

Welcome to the publicity page for Motorman (Pub date: May 21, 2016, Necro Publications) by Robert Dunn, created and managed by Erin Al-Mehairi and Tim Busbey of Addison’s Compass Public Relations and Hook of Book Media and Publicity. We are so glad you’ve stopped by, but be sure to pop in periodically for news and updates ongoing! The book tour publicity schedule will be updated BELOW each day.

There is always time to jump on a tour so if interested, please e-mail to hookofabook(at)hotmail(dot)com for a review copy or to schedule an interview.

Use the following hashtags in order to follow along:

#Motorman #FastCarsandBlueGoo #MadScientist

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Schedule

May 18

Shotgun Logic

Interview

May 19

Shotgun Logic

Guest Article

May 23

Mallory Heart Review/Haunted Reading Room

Review

May 25

Shotgun Logic 

Review

May 27

Adrian Shotbolt-Beavis the Bookhead

Review

June 2

Horror Maiden Reviews

Review

 

June 8

Horror Maiden Reviews

Guest Article

June 16

The Eyes of Madness

Review

June 17

The Horror Bookshelf

Review

June 19

Horror Talk

Review

June 22

The Scary Reviews

June 27

Wag the Fox

Guest Article

 

Date TBA

Hunter Shea, Author of The Montauk Monster

Guest Article/Review

Date TBA

Confessions of a Reviewer

Review

Motorman, Synopsis

MOTORMAN_cover_CSRunning from a night of humiliation and murder, Johnny Burris leaves his home in an urban junkyard fleeing into the Ozarks countryside. While he flees, mysterious streaks of blue light in the night sky drive him into a bit of nowhere lost in the hills. Johnny thinks he’s found home and good work in an odd little gas station from another time. The station isn’t the only thing strange and Johnny quickly gets pulled into a world where the cars aren’t the only things all chromed out and everything seems touched with a little of the flying blue streaks that led Johnny there.

Enticed and torn between two sisters, one an outcast for her normality, Johnny becomes the pawn of their father. The old doctor is looking for a replacement and Johnny Burris is the man with just the right skills.

But Johnny doesn’t want anything to do with the doctor’s plans so he runs, taking one of the sisters with him. But the people, and the girl, turn out to be even more than he imagined. And his whole world becomes the one choice, live as a monster, making monsters or die like a man. If he chooses to die, who will he take with him?

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Biography
Snapshot_20150711_12Robert Dunn was an Army brat born in Alabama and finally settled in Nixa, Missouri. A graduate of Drury College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications/Film he also earned a second major in Philosophy with a minor in Religion and carried an emphasis in Theatre. This course of study left him qualified only to be a televangelist.

An award-winning film/video producer and writer, he has written scripts for or directed every kind of production from local 30-second television commercial spots to documentary productions and travelogues.

A writer of blognovels and contributor to various fiction websites his work has also included the book length prose poem, Uncle Sam, the collection of short stories, Motorman and Other Stories and novels Behind the Darkness  and The Red Highway.

Mr. Dunn now resides in Kansas City where he continues to write genre fiction and experiment with mixed media art projects using hand drawn and painted elements combined through digital paint and compositing.

Praise for Robert Dunn

The Red Highway is not one of the best books that I’ve read so far this year, or that I’ve read in a long time…it’s one of the best books that I’ve ever read!  It was an incredible read, one that has so many layers that I was completely enthralled with the story. 5+++ stars!” -2 Book Lovers Reviews

“A thoroughly gripping read. Dunn is a writer with guts and the chops to grab his readers by the eyeballs and dare them to look away.”
–Hunter Shea, Author of Tortures of the Damned and The Dover Demon

Purchase Links

Amazon

Necro Publications

Barnes and Noble

 

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