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Please Buy Blood Bank, my 5th Novel, Just Out Now!

Blood Bank is an adventure that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world with the strange start of a clerk who tracks blood for the controlling monsters.  My beta readers say it’s the best book I’ve written so far.  Your patronage is MUCH appreciated, as are any reviews posted to Amazon.  (Pardon my gratuitous begging…)

Here is the cover, illustrated by Alfred Trujillo and Cara Nicole at 183 Degrees studios.  Thanks to my publisher at Arizona Publishing Services, LLC.  There is also an alternative cover with Cara Nicole as the character Shawna which will be available on Kindle and at special convention events.

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Here is the Amazon link to purchase:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01AENMYUG

Here is a brief description off the back cover:  William believes he is the only non-bitten human left in the world. He spent his entire life raised by vampires to run their blood bank and keep track of deposits and withdrawals. One day, young Shawna, a human who grew up in the wild is dropped into his prison for companionship. Neither William nor Shawna really understand the world in which they live and they both become unwitting pawns in a final power play by their vampire Overlords.

The Alternative Cover:

http://www.amazon.com/Blood-Bank-Michael-Bradley-ebook/dp/B01A6I3NWW/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1452462373&sr=1-2&keywords=blood+bank

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Final Pictures from Phoenix Comic Con 2015

I’m sorry it took so long to get these posted, but apparently my new camera takes 8 meg photos which take a long time to send over wifi.  Enjoy!

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Day 3 and 4 of Phoenix Comic Con

Last night Phoenix Comic Con 2014 ended.  I had a great time, but wow, sensory overload, 100,000 or so people and tons of old and new friends.  I spent most of today just chilling with the dogs and resting up.  Standing on hard concrete for four days for up to fourteen hours a day takes its toll.  I am really not sure how some of my friends are able to do up to 50 conventions per year.

There are a lot of photos below, but they are all fun and from my own camera.  Enjoy!

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Day 2 at Phoenix Comic Con…

Friday at Phoenix Comic Con was a blast, lots of fun, but my stamina meter is dropping… I need one of those big health bottles or stamina boosts you get in video games.  Shout outs to all the old friends, new friends and those awesome folks who buy my books!

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Opening Day at Phoenix Comic Con 2014

Already tired and Thursday is only a half day of fun.  Phoenix Comic Con is a sensory overload of fun, costumes and friends, all set on a very firm concrete floor.  You don’t realize how much you walk until the end of the day when you have sore feet from all the standing on hard surfaces.  I forgot to buy those little spongy floor tiles for my booth again…sigh.

I had a great time today and I am looking forward to the next three days.  Here are some samples of the first day:

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First Two Days at Amazing Arizona Comic Con

I am already tired.  Cons are a sensory overload as you are surrounded by fund people, awesome costumes, products, guests, etc. all while walking on concrete floors for 16 hours.  It starts like an awesome stroll and turns into the Bataan Death March.  In any case, my wife and I are at booth 319 and we are selling well and having fun.  Here are some pictures of folks, mostly from my phone camera.  Enjoy!

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New Issue of The WOD is out! Free Copy Here.

The WOD is a premier magazine on pop culture, science fiction and conventions.  The top story this issue is an interview with cosplayer Cassandra S. Kyle written by yours truly.  If you poke through the pages you will find some original fiction and a book review in there by me as well.  Please make sure to read all the great columns, including Hal Astell, Alfred Trujillo and Cara Nicole.  It’s a great publication by Patti Hulstrand.  To help her, feel free to frequent the advertisers and let them know you saw them in The Wod.

Click this to read in low density color:

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Cassandra S. Kyle as Steampunk Catwoman with Michael Bradley at Phoenix Comic Con 2013

Cassandra S. Kyle as Steampunk Catwoman with Michael Bradley at Phoenix Comic Con 2013

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