Update: Near to the Knuckle Anthology GLOVES OFF is out now !!!!!!!

27 Mar


Here it is

Brian Panowich read my story and today posted on my FB timeline: “Loved Sin City man. Brutal.” So there you go.

Have I told you about this?

Craig and Darren from the wonderful Near to the Knuckle crime fiction journal have just announced that their first anthology GLOVES OFF will be available on Amazon in the next 24 to 48 hours. So … watch for it …. jeez. Lots of great stories including one I wrote called An Evening in Sin City (VERY DARK AND CREEPY).

Oh, and I will have some GREAT news about the exciting writing career of Mike Monson very soon. Watch out for that too.

One Response to “Update: Near to the Knuckle Anthology GLOVES OFF is out now !!!!!!!”

  1. Tim Brookover March 27, 2013 at 2:31 pm #

    Congratulations, Mike! Proud of you. Looking forward to the next good read — and learning about the great news.


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