Archive for John Wayne Comunale

Pre-order AS SEEN ON T.V.

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

 

Cover FRONT for AS SEEN ON TV

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.

Coming early 2019!

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

Cover FRONT for AS SEEN ON TV

#045 – As Seen On T.V. by John Wayne Comunale (publication TBA)

Artie is a serial killer obsessed with As Seen On T.V. products. Collecting and modifying these items is his only passion outside of killing, which he’s been doing a long time. Far longer than most of his peers, but Artie always took special care to make sure he remained free. Now a strange, small man has moved next door to him, and the smell of popcorn hangs thick in the air. After a few odd interactions with him, Artie starts to wonder if there’s something other than himself that’s kept him from being caught.

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: http://scaresthatcareweekend.com/

SCUMMER by John Wayne Comunale

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

Scummer by John Wayne Comunale is now available wherever you purchase your books or ebooks. Click the cover to be redirected to Amazon. Your summer is about to get scummy.

scummer digital cover

Pre-orders for SCUMMER!

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

You can now pre-order Scummer by John Wayne Comunale for your e-reader. Publication will be 6/29/2018. Clicking on the cover will redirect you to the Kindle pre-order page.

scummer digital cover

$0.99 Sale for Kindle

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on January 27, 2018 by grindhousepress

For a limited time you can pick up Death Pacts and Left-Hand Paths by John Wayne Comunale for your Kindle for $0.99. Front Cover Death Pacts and Left-Hand Paths PDF

Available now!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 3, 2017 by grindhousepress

Front Cover Death Pacts and Left-Hand Paths PDF

Death Pacts and Left-Hand Paths by John Wayne Comunale

Paperback $11.95

Kindle $2.99

ISBN: 978-1941918210

Everyone is looking for shortcuts in life, but rarely do they find the kind they’re looking for, and when they do it never turns out like they thought. But what if you were to accidentally fall into cahoots with an other-worldly creature who could provide those shortcuts and so much more? Of course, there’s always a price attached to such favors, but killing gets easier the more you do it, and everything is great as long as the rewards outweigh the risk. That is until you find out this was never true and you’ve inadvertently set into motion something so horrible you lack the capacity to understand or accept it.