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Ron Hubbard's pulp fiction "Stories from The Golden Age" have now pa ssed the one million unit mark, according to publisher Galaxy Press. Hollywood, CA, March 10, 2011 -- Stories from the Golden Age just surpassed its one million sales mark, it was announced by John Goodwin, President of Galaxy Pr ess. Galaxy Press publishes the line of books written by L. Ron Hubbard during p ulp fiction's Golden Age. Announced just days before Hubbard's centennial celebration is about to begin on March 13 (1911-2011), the news is significant in demonstrating the resurgence i n popularity for these kinds of stories. While sales do quite well in non-tradit ional outlets in the US, they are also doing well in several other countries aro und the world. People in these countries, who have a desire to learn English as a second language, have found these books - with their accompanying unabridged a udio books - to be a great resource. "We are almost to the halfway point in the release of the line," stated Goodwin. "As awareness of this type of storytelling increases, we expect to rapidly see that two-millionth sale achieved." For a complete listing of available titles an d the schedule for release of the remaining books, go to http://GoldenAgeStories .com/release-schedule Hubbard isn't the only author finding a resurgence in interest in his stories. A dventure House, Vintage Library ( http://www.vintagelibrary.com ) and Black Dog Books are three other publishers who have engaged an expanding audience through their reprints of such notable authors as H. Bedford-Jones, Edgar Rice Burroughs , Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett. Sales continue to increase as readers d iscover that many of their favorite characters, such as Luke Skywalker, Indiana Jones, Superman and Spiderman, have their roots in such perennially popular char acters as Doc Savage, The Spider and The Shadow. "Hollywood has long known the t reasure trove these Golden Age stories contained," Goodwin stated. "Now we are s eeing the reader becoming more and more cognizant of this fact." Stories from the Golden Age is a series of 153 stories, which are being publishe d in 80 volumes. The tales span a wide spectrum of genres, including adventure, western, mystery, detective, fantasy, science fiction and even some romance, wri tten by Hubbard using his own and 15 pen names. To assist readers to experience thrilling stories for themselves, Galaxy Press i s making available a free sample of one of their Golden Age Stories books and au diobooks by visiting http://GoldenAgeStories.com/awesome-free-stuff . The action adventure "Pearl Pirate" can be downloaded for free as an unabridged multicast audiobook, complete with cinema quality sound effects. For more information about the Stories from the Golden Age, go to http://www.Gol denAgeStories.com About Stories From the Golden Age: Stories From the Golden Age is a line of 80 books and multi-cast, unabridged aud io books, featuring 153 stories written by L. Ron Hubbard in the 1930s and 1940s in any of the several popular genres of the day â mystery, thriller, adventure, sci ence fiction, fantasy and western â with tales appropriate for all ages from middle school and up. The cover art for the complete available library is displayed in the iBookstore and purchasing is a breeze on the new iPad. The eBooks are also a vailable at Amazon.com, BarnesAndNoble.com and on the Stories from the Golden Ag e website at http://www.GoldenAgeStories.com Press Contact: John Goodwin, President, Galaxy Press, 7051 Hollywood Blvd., Suit
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