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DIRTY ROTTEN HIPPIES AND OTHER STORIES by Bryan Smith

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 13, 2019 by grindhousepress

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#051 – Dirty Rotten Hippies and Other Stories by Bryan Smith

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They’ve come from all over the world for a three-day celebration of peace, music, and groovy vibes. Then a mystery drug sickens thousands and the dead begin to rise in Dirty Rotten Hippies, the new novella from the author of Depraved and 68 Kill. No one is safe during this weekend of carnage in the countryside.

This new collection includes several never-before-published short stories, as well as other stories that previously appeared in various anthologies. The collection also includes the first widely available print appearances of the novelette Some Crazy Fucking Shit That Happened One Day and mini-collection Seven Deadly Tales of Terror, both previously only available in eBook format.

 

Ask Me Anything – Lucas Mangum

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on March 10, 2019 by grindhousepress

To celebrate the release of our next release, Saint Sadist by Lucas Mangum, the author has agreed to a Q&A session on Twitter. On March 16, 2019 from 1PM to 3PM CST you can tweet any questions you’d like to @RealLucasMangum.

NEON DIES AT DAWN by Andersen Prunty

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 9, 2019 by grindhousepress

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#048 – Neon Dies At Dawn by Andersen Prunty

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A retired man loses his wife to cancer and his daughter to a mysterious accident. He mostly lives alone, occasionally taking care of his grandson. When he sees a black van drive over a young woman before disappearing into the dark of night, he loses what little faith he has in humanity and discovers a sense of vengeful purpose. Now he’s in danger of losing himself to long-repressed demons and a terrifyingly bizarre world that has always surrounded him, a world he’s spent his entire life keeping at a distance.

HALLOWEEN FIEND by C.V. Hunt

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on February 19, 2019 by grindhousepress

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#047 – Halloween Fiend by C.V. Hunt

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Strang isn’t the small, quaint town it appears to be. It’s haunted every night by a creature the townsfolk refer to as Halloween. Once the sun sets each day, Halloween emerges to collect its treats: a small, live offering from each household. The residents comply because no one wants to be the target of Halloween’s tricks. But the nightmare of residing in Strang is nothing compared to the yearly ritual Halloween demands of the citizens on All Hallows’ Eve.

Coming this March!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on January 16, 2019 by grindhousepress

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#048 – Neon Dies At Dawn by Andersen Prunty

A retired man loses his wife to cancer and his daughter to a mysterious accident. He mostly lives alone, occasionally taking care of his grandson. When he sees a black van drive over a young woman before disappearing into the dark of night, he loses what little faith he had in humanity and discovers a sense of vengeful purpose. Now he’s in danger of losing himself to long-repressed demons and a terrifyingly bizarre world that has always surrounded him, a world he’s spent his entire life keeping at a distance.

Pre-order AS SEEN ON T.V.

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on December 30, 2018 by grindhousepress

 

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You can now pre-order the Kindle version of our second publication for 2019, AS SEEN ON T.V. by John Wayne Comunale. Available January 19, 2019. Click the cover to be redirected to Amazon.

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Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on October 17, 2017 by grindhousepress

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#035 – Office Mutant by Pete Risley (February 23, 2018)

A nervous, insecure file clerk named Tim Plummet awakens from vague nightmares into a surreal world that to him seems quite mundane. Arriving at his workplace, he enters an artificial but drab office milieu generated by a mysterious device called the Space Saver. Among his co-workers is a gleeful assistant director named Mr. Drivel, who possesses the extraordinary power to manipulate reality within that milieu and seeks to make Tim his protégé. At home, Tim himself has an oddly heightened ability to dominate his wife Betty and their children, despite Betty’s persistent complaints about a bill they receive in the mail from a company called Bliss Assurance. Tim insists on paying the bill, while he admits he doesn’t know what services are being provided. Betty schemes to rebel against Tim’s control, and events at both home and work become increasingly bizarre until Tim experiences a revelation . . .