Feasting Upon The Bones Release Day

Available now in eBook and paperback is the debut short story collection, Feasting Upon The Bones by Suzanne Craig-Whytock.

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Step into the world of the unexpected, where things aren’t always as they seem. From disturbing jigsaw puzzles and portentous stones to mysterious notebooks and ghostly encounters, Feasting Upon The Bones is a collection of twenty-seven short stories that delve into the themes of love and loss, revenge and retribution, and mortality and immortality. Told with imaginative flair, and the occasional touch of dark humor, this intriguing series of twisted tales has something for everyone. Time’s a-ticking, as Mr. Death would say, so open the cover and wander around.

If I Were Made of Glass by Kelley Morris

Available in eBook and paperback is the debut poetry collection from Kelley Morris.

The poems in this collection are reflections and stories of both the beauty and heartache of life and death, family, friendships, and this world in which we live. Honest and vulnerable, the author offers an outstretched hand, a waiting embrace for all the wavering souls in our world. The verses contained throughout afford the opportunity for connection and understanding as the reader reflects on their own stories and experiences, relating the commonality we all share in the forging of a life within this time we have been given.

Aussie Sickos by Simon McHardy

We’ve got another one from Simon McHardy this month. Aussie Sickos is available in eBook and paperback from Amazon.

Caleb Botha has idolized his murderous Uncle Red all his life. Now, in his twenties and with no prospects, he and his idiot brother, Sunny, decide they want to be infamous too. Together, they set off across the outback on a killing spree that Caleb hopes will rival even that of his legendary Uncle. If there is one thing Caleb has learned from the whispered tales of Uncle Red’s legacy, it is that there is more to killing than just the body count. To truly leave your mark and be remembered, each kill must be carried out in a manner more hilarious and sadistic than the last. The boys have their work cut out for them and are determined to make Uncle Red proud by taking up the mantle and becoming the next generation of true Aussie Sickos.

This book contains graphic content and adult language. It may disturb some readers and should only be read by seasoned readers of extreme sexual horror and violence.

Mother Maggot Uncensored


Do you want to know what really happened in the barn? Do you want to read Mother Maggot the way it was MEANT to be read? Do you really want to know how depraved Simon McHardy is?

The entire full manuscript that got its gluttonous ass booted off of every distribution platform is now on Godless.

This uncensored edition has 2,500 WORDS of extra new totally rancid content. Get your barf bags ready because you are in for the biggest stomach-and-mind-demolishing treat of 2021!

Chapman by River Dixon

Available now is the latest novella from River Dixon.

Ebook and Paperback are available at Amazon.

WARNING! The following story contains language and graphic depictions of extreme sexual fetish and violence which may offend and disturb some readers.

A little over three years ago, I met the woman of my dreams. Considering who I am, I never thought I would meet another human being that I was compatible with. Then Alicia came into my life like a storm, and we hit it off right from the start. Ours is a story of true love, the kind of love that only comes around once in a lifetime, if ever. Most people will not recognize the beauty of the life we have made together or understand the necessity of our deeds, but that doesn’t matter to us. Because Alicia and I are ready to spread the light of our love across this darkened world, and there is nothing anyone can do to stop us.

Crawl Cram Grind Fail – Available for Pre-Order

The next release from Potter’s Grove Press, CRAWL CRAM GRIND FAIL by Bill Gillard is available to pre-order in eBook from Amazon. Release day on Amazon is May 18, 2021. The eBook will be available to purchase directly from the Potter’s Grove Press website one week prior to the Amazon release if you want to pick up a copy early!

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What if we enter a black hole’s event horizon in a 1970s diner on a Sunday morning? If we turn the guitar amp up high enough, can we jump tracks to a parallel universe where that mistake we made here never happened there? Can a lonely farmer find the courage to open a door he should have years before? “A Name He Knew But Did Not Remember Learning,” asks who we are before we are conceived. What do we already know on the days of our births?

A boy with a devastating message to deliver to his father swims upward toward the surface of a dark forest in “Running Up That Hill.” “The Moose Depart,” tells the story of the planet’s least restless species long after everyone else has abandoned Earth for the stars. In “The Soybeans of Paradise,” an executed murderer tries a shortcut to heaven across a farmer’s field, and it does not go well. In the collection’s finale, “Like the way,” shows a past-his-prime English professor who shuffles off this mortal coil in the presence of ghosts from his past.

Spanning various genres and themes—science fiction, fantasy, myth, flash, time travel—these lyrical and tender stories push past easy assumptions about what it means to live a good life. They take readers on a journey from long before birth to youth, adulthood, old age, and whatever comes next.

The Streets, Like Flowers, Come Alive in the Rain

Available for pre-order is the upcoming poetry collection from Steve Denehan and Potter’s Grove Press. Release date is April 6, 2021.

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Steve Denehan lives in Kildare, Ireland with his wife Eimear and daughter Robin. He is the author of two chapbooks and two collections. Two-time winner of Irish Times’ New Irish Writing, his numerous publication credits include Poetry Ireland Review, Acumen, Westerly, and Into The Void. He has been nominated for Best of the Net, Best New Poet, and has been twice nominated for The Pushcart Prize.

A Rainy Night on Wexford Street, Dublin

I sit in a Dublin café amongst other stragglers

it is cold

it is rainy

condensation beads on the windowpane

droplets snake down and puddle on the tabletop

I pierce meniscuses with a toothpick

there is a bang outside

not too loud

but loud enough for everyone inside

to turn, to look

one car has driven into the back of another

several perfect moments of utter stillness drip by

before the car doors open

a man emerges from the first

a woman from the second

the man points his finger at her

I hear him fling words

the woman puts her hands on her head

starts to cry

I look away

to see what Dublin makes of it all

some people stare

most just walk on by

heads down

earphones in

it takes less than one half minute

for the backed-up traffic horns

to start to blare

when I look back

they are standing beside their jigsawed cars

he is holding her in his arms

she is heaving with sobs

I see puddles ripple with neon

and understand that the streets

like flowers

come alive in the rain

A Declaration of Our Rippling Days by Eric Keegan

Potter’s Grove Press is happy to announce the release of – A Declaration of Our Rippling Days by Eric Keegan. Available in eBook and paperback.

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Our days roll onward like an oceanic tide, mirroring the ever-moving human element that defines precisely who we are. During the more trying moments, we feel as if we’re surging out to sea without a floatation device. When grandeur and enlightenment take a prominent position within our worlds, we drift back towards the shore and find relief in the wavering sands. A Declaration of Our Rippling Days is a poetry collection that will guide the reader through these ebbs and flows while taking them on a journey from furrowed emotional lows to breathtakingly inspired summits.

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