Monday, December 28, 2015

My new collection: Gods, Guns & Robots is Now Available!

Brady Koch's new Story Collection Now Available!

Guns, Gods & Robots now available on Amazon

My first collection of stories and novellas is now available to download through Amazon. The majority of this work is published here for the first time and includes seven tales that will alternately uplift and horrify. The three returning stories have been "remastered" and worthy of revisiting. Sure to spark your imagination, Guns, Gods & Robots will also keep you up at night.

As a bonus, readers enrolled in Kindle Unlimited will be able to read Guns, Gods & Robots at no cost through the end of March. But wait, you aren't in Kindle Unlimited and want to read my book for free? See below. . . 

Download Guns, Gods & Robots here.


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To reward loyal readers, I'm hosting a simple grassroots campaign that is fun and results in YOU getting a FREE copy of GGR. For a LIMITED TIME, anyone posting one of my marketing flyers and sending me the photo through Twitter will get a free digital copy of Guns, Gods & Robots.

Learn more here.

Popular Mechanics for Young Widows Returns

To demonstrate how the three older stories have been "remastered," I'm cycling Numbers 16:32 and X-mas For a Half-Life off of and NoiseTrade and replacing it with the refreshed version of Popular Mechanics For Young Widows. As Tyson says, ENJOY.



Playing in @FanBridge so I can announce something very special in the days ahead. Some astute people on Amazon have already figured it out.

Via Twitter on 12.26.2015

DYK 12 Days of Xmas actually
starts on Dec 25? On the 2nd
day of Xmas some writer gave to
me. . .

Via Twitter on 12.26.2015

That feeling when the gag gift
someone got you is something you
didn't know was a gag and
you really wanted.

Via Twitter on 12.26.2015

Short stories, flash fiction, writing notes and more!


Monday, December 21, 2015

Criminal Muralwork - @SalnPage

This was some fun flash with a 150 word limit for @SalnPage. A tricky prompt indeed.

Criminal Muralwork

Mr. NUI scrubbed harder to wipe the spraypaint off the wall. His spraypaint. He brushed vigorously enough for it to look like tough work for his investors: codgers who would be watching this footage on tonight’s news. His true fans could get a good laugh in when re-watching the videos online in the months ahead.

He never wore a mask for his graffiti work, but all the papers and websites were quick to use the lazy headline “MR. NUI UNMASKED.” His followers likely had an image of him as a mysterious, globetrotting, renegade, not the overweight, pasty man that was arrested halfway through his firehouse umbrella girl mural.

He continued to clean the wall and color in the white spaces with the small pastel he’d concealed from the parole officer, shaping the message he’s send to his fans when he was a continent away. “Bring your blacklights to the firehouse.”

Sunday, December 6, 2015

X-Mas For A Half-Life

I had some fun writing a little Christmas story just in time for the holidays. I've posted it on OpenBooks so you can download, read and forward to as many people as you like.