RUSS ANDERSON JR’S FLY GIRL FLIES INTO FOURTH NEW ADVENTURE AND FLY GIRL’S FIRST TALE NOW AVAILABLE FOR FREE PERMANENTLY!
Pro Se Productions, a leader in Genre Fiction, announces the latest story in Russ Anderson’s monthly Pro Se Single Shot Signature Series, Flygirl, as well as the teen heroine’s first short story adventure in the series now being available for free!
In the latest tale, Flygirl: The Blue Bullet Flies Again, there’s a new hero soaring the skies above Phoenix, Arizona. Bursting out of a forgotten TV show from the '80s, the Blue Bullet is back on the scene and ready to help fight crime in the Valley of the Sun. When Fly Girl meets him, an old-fashioned team up is in the offing... but when tragedy strikes, she may find out that not everyone is cut out for this superhero gig.
“Flygirl,” says Tommy Hancock, Partner in and Editor in Chief of Pro Se Productions,” is a character that not only flies on her own path, but also harkens back to classic teen heroes from the silver age of comics. With Flygirl, Russ has given readers a character both to identify with, but also marvel at and experience the ups and downs of her amazing new abilities alongside her. And the fact that Russ does this so wonderfully in prose makes this a Single Shot Signature series everyone will enjoy and will have to check back in with each new story just to keep up.”
Flygirl: The Blue Bullet Flies Again features a great cover and logo design by Jeff Hayes and digital formatting by Anderson. The fourth story in this digital single series is now available at www.amazon.com for the Kindle and for most other formats at www.smashwords.com for only 99 cents.
Also, starting today, Anderson’s first Flygirl story, The Origin of Flight is now available for free permanently. New readers can take to the air for the first time with this innovative and exciting heroine for absolutely no cost.
“The first Flygirl for free,” says Hancock, “means that anyone can check out Russ’ wonderful series from the start. It’s the beginning of the origin story, because, to be honest, this whole series so far is really the origin, the creation of a hero. And in that first tale, Russ shows us the excitement of discovery, the anxiety of decision making, and the initial steps of a young girl from the earth into the skies. And now it’s free.”
Flygirl: The Origin of Flight also features cover and logo design by Hayes and digital formatting by Anderson. The introductory story in this series is available for Free on www.amazon.com and for most digital formats at www.smashwords.com.
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