Download Free Bizarro Books
UPDATE: These books are no longer available to download, but there is a torrent of the bizarro starter kit floating around if you are interested in getting that. You can download it here: http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/4861416/The_Bizarro_Starter_Kit_(Orange)
In an effort to persuade readers to buy more bizarro books for Christmas, Eraserhead Press is making five sample books available free for download between now and Thanksgiving. They include both bizarro starter kits, Super Fetus by Adam Pepper, Ass Goblins of Auschwitz by Cameron Pierce, and my own bizarro Christmas book, Sausagey Santa. If you like these then ask for more bizarro books for Christmas or buy them as presents for your friends and family. The bizarro children’s books, such as MachoPoni and The Faggiest Vampire, make especially good Christmas presents. Sausagey Santa, of course, is even better.
Here are the books available for download:
An introduction to the bizarro genre, featuring 8 short novels and 2 short story collections by ten bizarro writers. Click here for more information.
Featuring short novels and story collections by ten more bizarro writers. Click here for more information.
A Troma-esque Christmas adventure, featuring Nazi snowmen, Christmas fetishists, elves who are way too obsessed with playing Dungeons and Dragons, and a Santa who is made out of sausage. Click here for more information.
Try to abort him, and this fetus will kick your ass! Learn More and Buy Here
Forget everything you know about Auschwitz – You’re about to be Shit Slaughtered! Learn More and Buy Here
If you like one of the books, please take a few minutes to write a quick review for it on Amazon.com or Goodreads. Or post about it on your blog or favorite message board. Hell, just tell your friends about it the next time you are drinking together.
These small actions really do a lot to help out independent artists. And in this era of crushing multi-national conglomerates and economic strife, we independents can use all the help we can get.
And if you don’t like the book, at least you didn’t have to pay for it.