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666 SALE!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on November 24, 2018 by grindhousepress

Grindhouse Press’s biggest sale is happening thru Cyber Monday. All of our remaining titles in our online store are all now $6.66 each. And if you buy 5 books you’ll receive a 6th one FREE. (Free book is the publisher’s pick based on inventory but requests can be made with your order.) Many of our stock is signed by the author. But hurry, titles are selling out quick! Here’s your chance to spend a little on yourself this holiday season. Just visit the following link (no code needed):

40% off our entire store

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on October 6, 2018 by grindhousepress

We’re having a huge sale on our online store until the end of the month. Get 40% off when you use promo code HALLOWEEN at checkout. Applies to books currently in stock. Hurry, quantities limited! A lot of the titles are signed by the authors.

Spooky Spectacular Dayton

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 9, 2018 by grindhousepress

Grindhouse Press will have at table at Spooky Spectacular Dayton at the Yellow Cab Tavern, 700 East 4th St, Dayton, Ohio on October 5th, 2018 from 5 – 11PM. Andersen Prunty and C.V. Hunt will be manning the table. Come out and get your fill of Halloween goodies, beer, and food.

Scares That Care

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 28, 2018 by grindhousepress

Grindhouse Press will be at Scares That Care next weekend (8/3 – 8/5) in Williamsburg, VA. We will have a table in the first floor vendor’s room. A number of our authors will be in attendance and are doing readings and panels. John Wayne Comunale, Andersen Prunty, and CV Hunt will be manning the vendor’s table throughout the convention. Here is a schedule of our author’s events:

Friday 8:00PM to 8:45PM – Reading/Q&A Jeff Strand and John Wayne Comunale.

Friday 11:45PM to 1:00AM – Reading/Q&A John Urbancik, Scott Cole, and J. Peter W. (forthcoming Atlatl author)

Saturday 12:00PM to 4:00PM – Kristopher Triana will be signing books at the Grindhouse Press vendor’s table.

Saturday 12:15PM to 1:15PM – ‘Creative Couples’ with Frank Edler (Moderator), Elizabeth Massie and Cortney Skinner, Lynne Hansen and Jeff Strand, CV Hunt and Andersen Prunty, and Kelli Owen and Robert Bob Ford.

Saturday 4:30PM to 5:15PM – Reading/Q&A Elizabeth Massie and CV Hunt

Sunday 12:00PM to 4:00PM – Kristopher Triana will be signing books at the Grindhouse Press vendor’s table.

Scares That Cares is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that raises money to help families with loved ones battling childhood diseases, breast cancer, and sever burn injuries. To find our more about the convention or how you can donate please visit their website:


Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on July 21, 2018 by grindhousepress

Now available! Grindhouse Press #041 – Dead Stripper Storage by Bryan Smith

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Dead Stripper Storage high res cover

Pete Adler is a man with problems. He’s a shy social outcast with no real friends. His luck with women has been spotty at best. A hostile work environment has made his life a living hell for months on end. For Pete, the weekend comes as a welcome respite from these things, but early Saturday morning he finds a beautiful and scantily clad dead woman on his couch. He has no idea who she is or how she got there. Is this a frame-up? Did he kill her in a blackout? Answers to these questions are elusive at first, but then the last woman he ever dated shows up on his doorstep out of the blue and things get seriously complicated from there. Blood is spilled. More bodies pile up. Pete is pushed to his limits as he is forced to do many strange and horrible things. A deadly game is being played and Pete is the ultimate pawn, with his fate coming down to a race against time.

IRRATIONALIA by Andersen Prunty

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on June 22, 2018 by grindhousepress

Now available from Grindhouse Press! Irrationalia by Andersen Prunty. Click the cover to be redirected to Amazon for purchase.

Irrationalia digital cover

Review of Cockblock (June 25)

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on June 4, 2018 by grindhousepress
Here is a review of C.V. Hunt’s Cockblock written by Anton Cancre. It will be published through Grindhouse Press June 25th, 2018. Pre-orders of the Kindle version can be had here:
Holy fuck, kiddos, kiddettes and kiddareenies, does Papa Cancre has a doozy in store for you today. Strap in.
So, Cockblock (Oh. My. God. Is this the best title, or what?- I’m pretty sure Grindhouse mentioned doing buttons and I want one so bad): All of the men in the world have suddenly devolved to spewing idiotic pick up lines and trying to fuck everything around them. The only thing that can stop them is a swift chop to the old danglies. And here we have Sonya and Callie trying to wade through this sea of angry cocks to some place of safety. Like Jack Ketchum’s Ladies’ Night, but with dicks.
Yeah, I get that the synopsis of Fuck Zombies vs. Lesbians sounds like the stupidest thing ever and it kinda is. What makes this work, though, is the delivery. Essentially, this is a down and dirty Hardcore (or Extreme, or whatever label you want for really fucked up shit) romp filled to the brim with sex and gore and quite creative violence. It’s punchy and moves like a freight train on greased tracks. Seriously, I finished it in two days and I am a notoriously slow reader.
Nothing wrong with that whatsoever, buckaroos.
It also gets right what so many other purveyors of the genre get wrong. The characters are full and flawed and real as all hell. The events that they go through are tense and harrowing and don’t ever feel cheap. There were several times where I had to stop because I was getting either too choked up or too freaked out and needed to cool off a bit. To pull off this much honesty and impact in such little space is impressive, and to do so with such a silly premise is goddam amazing.
Now we get to the uncomfortable part. This book deals a lot with rape. It is neither pleasant nor fun in that regard. I wouldn’t feel comfortable recommending this to anyone who has lived through it or is triggered by it in any way. However, this is yet another thing Hunt does well while so many others fuck it up. Rape is not treated lightly here. It isn’t used as a cheap impetus for revenge. It doesn’t become the sole motivation or life-determining event for any of the characters. Every time it comes up (and, again, it comes up a lot in these pages), it is treated with import and terror and honesty. I did not particularly enjoy these portions of the book, but I appreciated how the subject was dealt with here.
In the end, this is a book about rape culture. It is about what it does to both women and men. It can be looked at as a fever dream version of the world women have to navigate daily and it is goddam horrific.
It’s also fucking wondrous. Picture the violent insanity of Ed Lee tempered with the humanity of Jack Ketchum, all set on fire by the raw rage of Brian Keene at his pissed-offedness, and you have a good start. And that ending. Holy shit, that ending. The best/worst/ohmychrist-est take on “grab her by the pussy” you are likely to experience.
Just buy the damn book. Either hug me or punch me for it later.