Monday, July 6, 2020

ERBzine Navigation Page

www.erbzine.com/lupton - that's my navigation page at erbzine.com. Bill Hillman was kind enough to create the page for me. It lists my available Edgar Rice Burroughs articles and hundreds of historically based ERB themed 100 word drabbles.
Check out the site. It's a true labor of love (On Bill Hillman and Sue-On Hillman's parts) and I'm honored to be part of it. 15,000 pages and growing every day. Kreegah Bundolo!

ROBERT ALLEN LUPTON
A Navigation Guide to His Appearances in ERBzine



Thursday, July 2, 2020

A is for Ant

Signed the contract for publication of my short story, "A is for Ant, " with Dragon Soul Press. The post apocalyptic story will appear in the anthology, "Lethal Impact." Publication date to be determined.

Turn's out that all that plastic is really bad for the environment.

Monday, June 8, 2020

Strangely Funny VII released.

Mystery and Horror LLC announced the publication of "Strangely Funny VII" today. The book is available in both print and Kindle versions at:
The blurb on Amazon takes a quote from my story, the eighth Marvin, the snot nosed pixie, story to be published. Buy multiple copies, it costs a lot to keep Marvin in beer.
“Wake up, Jefferson. Early to bed and early to rise, and you don’t get caught with other men’s wives.” Jefferson answered the door and held it open for Ben Franklin and Marvin. “Damn, Franklin, how can you drink that much and be so chipper the morning after?"- Pixiedelphia Freedom, Robert Allen Lupton
As always, thank you, Sarah Glenn.

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Black Beacon Book of Mystery

The Black Beacon Book of Mystery has been released. The first Black Beacon Book of Mystery brings you original and reprinted tales from locked-room mysteries and armchair detective puzzles to noir adventures and police investigations. It includes a brilliant Sherlock Holmes pastiche and the second Oscar Tremont novella. This is the perfect anthology for the avid mystery fan. Follow the clues, put all the pieces together, and solve the case before the detective. The game's afoot!
The book contains my short story, "Sunset for the Tattooed Lady," a circus mystery taking place circa 1950.
The book is available in paperback and on Kindle. It's free to read on Kindle Unlimited. Check it out.


Wednesday, May 27, 2020

New Release "Gypsum Sound Tails"

The anthology, "Gypsum Sound Tails," is available today from Amazon. The collection of stories takes place in a zoo. It contains my short story, "Free Day."

The book is $12.00 in paperback, $3.50 on Kindle, and free to read with a Kindle Unlimited plan. If you read it free, the publisher and writers are still compensated based on their contract with each other.

Friday, May 22, 2020

400 Days in a Row

400 straight days or running without missing a day. Today, I ran with someone else for the first time in the streak. My friend, Douglas Wise, ran five miles with me on the Bosque Trail in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We were awesome, two 70+ year old dudes rocking it on the river trail. We were so calm it didn't feel like we were running, it was more like we abided, or abode if you prefer, along the trail.


Tuesday, May 5, 2020

"STRONG SPIRITS." new short story collection is published.

"Strong Spirits," my third collection of fantasy, horror, science fiction, and adventure stories went live this morning on Amazon - with a little more wit and whimsy than my previous collections. I've found that the longer it's been since I had to go to work everyday, the easier it is to see the humor in things.

The cover is by professional artist, Mike Walter, and the book design is by Robin Allison Lupton.

The Ebook edition and the print edition aren't yet linked on Amazon, that will take a couple more days.

The electonic (Kindle) edition is $3.99 to buy and free to read with Kindle Unlimited:


The paperback is $9.99 at: