Monday, May 9, 2022



Bobby Nash and BEN Books congratulate author Brian K. Morris on winning the 2022 Pulp Factory Award for Best Pulp Short Story with SNOW SHORTS #4: SNOW AMBITION.

“Talk about an honor compounded,” Morris said after being handed the hefty award. “First, I got to write an Abraham Snow story, a character conceived by the fertile imagination of Bobby Nash. And then I received the Pulp Factory Award for Best Short Story at Windy City Pulp and Paper. I am honored and elated to accept this amazing reward on behalf of Team Snow.”

“I am over the moon by the love for the Snow books and characters,” said series creator, Bobby Nash. “The Snow Shorts line has certainly been a great experiment. Not only did it present the opportunity to work with some amazing writers, like Brian K. Morris, but seeing reader response and a Pulp Factory Award is just icing on an already tasty cake. Well deserved, Brian. Thanks for being part of #TeamSnow!”

About Snow Shorts #4: Snow Ambition:
When an ex-flunky devises an insane scheme to get back on the good side of crime lord Miguel Ortega, he finds James Sheppard who could make the plan succeed. Unfortunately, Sheppard is really Abraham Snow, to say nothing of allegedly being dead.

If Snow walks away from the plan, his family could die. If he goes along with the scheme, he could die, this time for real. Ambition can be a real killer.

Snow Shorts #4: Snow Ambition is available as a $0.99 ebook at the following retailers:
Amazon US (ebook)
Amazon UK (ebook)
Amazon CA (ebook)

Snow Ambition is also part of the Snow Shorts Vol. 2 collection here:
Amazon US (paperback, ebook, & audio)
Amazon CA (paperback, ebook, & audio)
Amazon UK (paperback, ebook, & audio)

Read it FREE with Kindle Unlimited.

Find more worldwide links at

Written by Brian K. Morris.
Cover art by Jeffrey Hayes of PlasmaFire Graphics.
Audio narrated by Stuart Gauffi.
Published by BEN Books.
Snow created by Bobby Nash.
Learn more about SNOW at

Congratulations to all of the 2022 Pulp Factory Award winners.
Best Pulp Novel: Captain Hawklin and the Invisible Enemy by Charles F. Millhouse. Stormgate Press.
Best Pulp Short Story: Snow Shorts #4: Snow Ambition by Brian K. Morris. BEN Books.
Best Pulp Cover: Pulp Reality #2 by Clayton Murwin. Stormgate Press.
Best Pulp Interior Art: Pulp Reality #3 by Stephen Burks. Stormgate Press.
Best Pulp Anthology: Pulp Reality #2. Stormgate Press.

The Pulp Factory Awards were presented May 6th at the Windy City Pulp and Paper Convention, LLC.

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