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Tuesday, August 4, 2015

The Reunion (First Place)



My romantic comedy short story ‘The Reunion’ won first place in the Book Trailers Showcase Reviews E-mag Red Carpet Awards for 2014 in the short story category. It was held in New Orleans, but I was unable to attend unfortunately. I’m certain the event was incredible. If not for prior commitments I would have been honored to attend. Although I’ve blogged the story before. Here is the link to the February 2014 issue of BTS reviews E-mag with my story ‘The Reunion’ on page 39. It was a fun story to write and I liked the characters a lot. Thanks to Myra Nour, BTS CEO for a wonderful competition.



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John Harding and his Monster Squad, after a bloody interlude defending their newly formed Oaktown Cartel, get word of a kidnapped Navy Seal. The violent kidnapping intervention leads to at sea combat preventing the nuclear devastation of the Northwestern seaboard, complete with helicopter kill missions against Isis compounds.

Already signed to fight as a fill in at the Mandalay Bay Arena against new UFC phenomenon, The Berserker, Harding discovers a New York Russian mobster plans to target his family. The Dark Lord reaches inward for the killer inside to survive with no mercy asked and none given. 


8 comments:

Charles Gramlich said...

Very cool. If you ever get down this way do give me a call.

Bernard Lee DeLeo said...

I would absolutely, my friend.

LK Reinmiller said...

Nothing like romance between two hard chargers - no pun intended. I enjoyed it very much!

Bernard Lee DeLeo said...

Thanks, LK!

LK Reinmiller said...

If you haven't seen it yet, watch the YouTube "bohemian Kickboxer meets U.S. Marine" reminiscent of Hard Case VI and too funny.

Bernard Lee DeLeo said...

I have a scene in Hard Case VI: The Killer Inside which is a bit like that fight, LK. I had some fun with it. :)

LK Reinmiller said...

Yeah, that's the first thing my son and I thought of. Over the top and lots of fun!

Bernard Lee DeLeo said...

When I wrote the scene with 'Spinny' and 'Butter-knife' I admit to laughing through the writing and editing. :)