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Andersen Prunty

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Andersen Prunty lives in Ohio. He writes novels and short stories. Visit him at www.andersenprunty.com.

It's going to be a sweaty summer at Grindhouse Press!

Full Brutal by Kristopher Triana was released on June 12. It's a darkly violent take on the teen social ladder. Think Mean Girls meets American Psycho. One of the best horror novels I've read in years.

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ZEROSTRATA (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: An excerpt from my latest Eraserhead Press release.
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Description: From BUST DOWN THE DOOR AND EAT ALL THE CHICKENS Issue 7
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Description: Selections from my collection of 66 bizarro flash fictions.
Laser (Humor)
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Description: Selection from THE OVERWHELMING URGE
The Beard (Humor)
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Description: A guy quits everything to grow a beard and ends up going on a surreal cross-country trek, possibly to save the world.
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“People say they want to read about life but that's not what they want at all. They want a version of life. Don't you realize, someone else's version of someone else's life is still fiction? It's still a story. But it has no imagination. That's what you people have done. You've murdered imagination.”
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“And you walk or wheel to this place here when you feel sad? On your walks? Or wheels? This is a sad place. More sadder it could turn you.”
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message 73: by Hertzan (last edited Sep 06, 2013 11:06AM)

Hertzan Chimera Andersen,

I 'love' the cover to your 'bury the children in the yard' nice.

:)


Andersen Prunty Minimalfolk wrote: "Andersen, odd question: Are you 6 foot tall or taller?"

That is an odd question. I'm about 5'10".


message 71: by Bert

Bert Andersen, odd question: Are you 6 foot tall or taller?


message 70: by Matthew

Matthew Vaughn Thanks for the add, I'm @edkemper on the twitter who recently wrote a shoddy review of the Sorrow King. I loved that book and am wanting to check out another from you, just have to finish a couple books so I can justify to the missus that I need to buy a new book.


message 69: by Gary

Gary Revel Thanks for the add ANDERSEN:

My Memoir - TO LIVE OR MAYBE NOT
At Barnes and Noble

My birth in Alabama, youth, high school-Holmes County High School, US Navy Service, music-Hollywood, Memphis, Nashville, Martin Luther King Jr. Assassination Investigation, recording and releasing the single record of the song about the MLK assassination, THEY SLEW THE DREAMER and more.

Paperback and for Nook Book-Click Here


message 68: by Angela

Angela Hello, Thank you for accepting :P


Andersen Prunty Shay wrote: "Thank you for a friend invite, and I absolutely cannot wait to read The Sorrow King. I will post a detailed review on here as well as on my book review blog InAWorldOfBooks.blogspot.com"

Thanks, Shay!


message 66: by William

William O'Brien Hi- Just to let you know...
Peter: a Darkened Fairytale
AVAILABLE TO ORDER NOW!!! DIRECT FROM THE PUBLISHER
http://www.authorhouse.co.uk/Bookstor...
Best wishes, William


message 65: by William

William O'Brien Hi Andersen - Thank you for your friendship.
Please visit my website http://www.peteradarkenedfairytale.co.uk
to view a sample page and many other snippets about the book.
Expected release date mid-late Jan.
Best wishes, William


Andersen Prunty Jasmine wrote: "I just recommended a book to a customer because you liked it. Thank you for being well read!!"

Gori wrote: "

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Thanks, Jasmine. Which book was it?


message 62: by Jasmine

Jasmine I just recommended a book to a customer because you liked it. Thank you for being well read!!


message 61: by Louise

Louise Library of Trespass is my fav story so far in Necrotic Tissue #11. Great idea, Andy.


message 60: by Kiran

Kiran hi thanks for the adding andersen.


message 59: by Geoff

Geoff Andersen wrote: "Howdy, Gaffa."

Hi Andy. How's things in Dayton? Fantastic, I hope. I better get my ass into gear and get me copies of Overwhelming Urge and TNTMMAS and get reviewing for ya! I'm sure they'll both be as good as I have come to expect from the amazing Mr. Prunty! And if you could read and rate my first published short (Boneyard Smack), I'd be forever in your debt!
Take care, my friend!

Geoff aka G. N. Braun aka Gaffa (lol)


Christine Hi Andersen,just dropping by for a visit. I would like to invite you to check out Shadow Forrest Authors for charity and help support illiteracy issues.
http://www.shadowforestauthors.com
We also have a SFA group here on goodreads. Have a great week.
Blessing CJ



message 57: by Andy

Andy Deane Right back at you! No word on the next book yet, but it's done, and that's the hard part. :) Looking forward to picking up another one of yours soon!



Christine Hi Andersen, stopped by to see what's new on your page. Have a great week.
Blessings CJ
Mariard Volume 2 Glass Pawns by Christine Jones

Join shadow forest authors and help stop illiteracy worldwide.
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message 55: by Jenn

Jenn You're welcome! It was a very interesting and fast-paced read! :o)


message 54: by Jordan

Jordan Castro sure thing. thank YOU for generously putting it out for free and writing it and things. it was crazy and good. a good kind of crazy or something.


Fernando NO problem, any time you need something, just come and tell me, Anything for you my good firend.


message 52: by Noran

Noran Miss Pumkin Thanks for the reply1 :) Have palypal-will hook up in a month or two then!!!! Always get a few signed books from writers like you--not well known, but write great. Quimby's is such an experience--the range and depth of their shelves and the zines are amazing. they change around the shop every year or two. It my co-workers went in there, they would be disgusted! LOL!!! Thgey are so up tight, but they would never think i would adore shopping a store like that EVER!
I recommend a zine "The Inner Swine". You cane goggle it-it is on-line. Great writing by one ego.


message 51: by Noran

Noran Miss Pumkin love the pics from the Q!! Was that the first time you were there? I just adore the place--it drains my wallet every time. I was wondering if i can get signed books from you later this year. I would cover postage. Just email me me the how or the no. thanks. Sorry I could not get anyone to work for me that night.


message 50: by Lincoln (last edited Apr 16, 2009 09:55PM)

Lincoln Hi Andersen!

(LOVED your blog post, Market Adjustment Signature Sheets and The Signing Thereof , BTW) I don't get to Goodreads nearly as often as I'd like because I'm writing my 4th book. So, I wanted to make sure and stop by and let you know that I am thrilled to be your friend here! Are you on twitter? My twitter name is: linc0lnpark

Have a fantastic day!

-L-


message 49: by Noran

Noran Miss Pumkin I was wondering what books will be featured at the signing event? Thanks! Just want to know what titles, so to know how much to bring? :)


message 48: by Noran

Noran Miss Pumkin Do you really mean AM for the Quimby event?!? breakfast there would be coolth and biarrzo to the tenth level there, but I think you mean PM. Just wanted to double check with you for sure.


Kimberly Steele Hi Anderson! I just started reading the Beard! Love your book cover, it is awesome.

Kimberly Steele


message 46: by Dean

Dean Baker thanks for adding - do appreciate that


Christine Hi from down under Andersen, thanks for being a friend. Have a good day.
Blessings CJ
Mariard Volume 2 Glass Pawns by Christine Jones


message 44: by Keyanah

Keyanah Hey, Andersen. Thanks for the add!


message 43: by E.A.

E.A. Ancersen, Thank you for the invite. Nice to meet you.


Shawnette Hi, Andersen...thanks for the invite into your circle of friends...CONGRATS on on your novels...good luck to you with any/all future writings...looking forward to sharing chats, reviews and any/all recommendations...have a blessed week...and Happy Reading & Writing :-)


message 41: by lita

lita hi, thank you for inviting me..:)


message 40: by Jessie

Jessie Just coming by to say hello!


message 38: by Saleh

Saleh Hi.What We Talk About When We Talk About Love?PLZ Answer The Question In My Profile.



message 37: by Rita

Rita Hello Andersen,
I'm very happy to be your friend!
All best wishes from Italy,
Rita




message 36: by William

William Look forward to talkign books
http://www.billhazelgrove.com
Rocket Man by William Elliott Hazelgrove


message 35: by Hayley

Hayley Lavik Hi here,

Thanks for the invite!


Nicolaas thanks for the friend invite


Bobbie  Crawford You're welcome :-)

-Bobbie

Book Reviews By Bobbie
http://bookreviewsbybobbie.wordpress....


message 32: by Guenter

Guenter Thanks for the invite



Marts  (Thinker) HEYA! Anderson
Thanks for the request,
Nice to meet ya!


message 30: by W.B.

W.B. Hey Andersen. I received Zero Strata and look forward to reading it!

Thank you kindly.




Andersen Prunty More spam for the clown!

Check out ZEROSTRATA, my second release from Eraserhead Press!

Thanks for reading,
Andy



Andersen Prunty Hey douche bag! Here's some spam for you:

My second release from Eraserhead Press, Zerostrata, is now available from:

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

My Website

Here’s a description:

After ten years, Hansel Nothing returns to his boyhood home, unable to remember anything that has happened to him since he left. Back home, he stays in Zerostrata, a treehouse in the backyard. The nothing family is as dysfunctional and depressed as ever. His mother keeps a cat on her head and incessantly munches prescription medication. His father has left the house to pursue a career as a superhero. His brother has become a shut-in, brooding in the darkened basement. Hansel realizes, after a life of sadness, a life only half-remembered, the only thing he wants is for himself and his family to be happy. But what type of bizarre world must he enter to obtain this happiness?


message 27: by Hanim

Hanim Hey Andersen, how is "The Bleeding Season"?
Have a great weekend!


message 26: by Kathy

Kathy Kulig Hi Anderson, Thanks for the friend request. All the best, Kathy http://www.kathykulig.com


message 25: by Holly

Holly Jacobs Hi, Anderson!

Thanks so much for the invite!

Holly

www.HollyJacobs.com


message 24: by C.J.

C.J. Hi Andersen,

Good to meet you. I'm looking forward to trading recommendations for great thrillers.

I just received the cover art for my next book and it looks fantastic. A Demon Awaits will be ready for press in a few weeks!

CJ



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