Zigglyumph has been recorded as a supplemental for First Ade then Paul. Listen below:
Hello folks, it is time for another free give-away. Until the end of the week (Sun 13th) you’ll be able to get both The Mariner and Zigglyumph & Other Poems for free! Yes, you too can enjoy amusing little rhymes about Dingos whilst on the loo for absolutely no cost. Why not pick up a friend’s kindle and download it for them? That way when their partner finds The Mariner on there it’ll cause them all manner of awkward conversations.
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As of writing, The Mariner is riding high at #3 Contemporary Fantasy and #5 Horror on the UK Free charts.
It’s that time again folks! Free goodies! But it’s not the just the one ebook I’m giving away, but two: The Mariner and Zigglyumph are available for free on Amazon until Sunday.
Praise for The Mariner
“This story is the wildest of rides – fast paced, energetic, unafraid, relentless, exhilarating, disturbing, and smart. I absolutely loved it.” C.W. RHODES, Writer & Blogger
“A barrage of harrowing imagery and bitter-sweet revelations… Both despicably vile and heart-warmingly comforting.” David Chapman, Goodreads Reviewer
“A surreal, political, critical and analytical allegory.” David Shelton, Amazon UK Review
“Made me wince at my species… my sex especially.” J. Hooker, Amazon USA Review
Praise for Zigglyumph and Other Poems
“I was drunk when I read this collection… and had a blast throughout.” Richard Langston, The Mind Of Madness
“Hilarious and warped… you can read it whilst drinking your afternoon tea, or indeed using the loo.” M, Amazon UK Review
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Also, to commemorate hackers leaking names of EDL supporters, I’ve posted a couple of old poems which you can find off the Poetry drop-down above. The relevant one is “BNP List“, about a similar event that happened to a similarly far right political party some years ago.
Zigglyumph and Other Poems
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is now free on Amazon to download until 03/Feb! Perfect to quote from when conversations falter with distant relations!
Anarchic. Subversive. On the very fringes of society. Delve into the fantastical poetry of Ade Grant, where the hypocrisy within us all is dragged from its hiding hole and savaged upon the lawn.
Are we as rational as we like to think we are? Or have we strayed too far from our path, running scared of the Zigglyumphs?
Contains such poems as “Clear Blue Thinking”, “A Change of Heart”, “Gruff” and “Group Therapy”.
Once again, the BNP are in the news; not just for the upcoming appearance of Nick Griffin on Question Time (an edition that is guaranteed to be a hoot!) but also for yet another leaked list of its membership.
At the moment, in the UK, we have a system of anonymity with our contributions towards the political process. The aim of this is a noble one: to free people from intimidation. However, it also has a negative repercussion, which is that it enables people to support unsavory political movements without that added hassle of “having to stand by one’s beliefs”. Another example of this is the typical “Tory bounce”, a phenomena when the Conservative party does better in actual elections than they appear from exit polls – because people are too ashamed to admit they voted Tory!
It’s probably also fairly important to note that the BNP deny the legitimacy of this list. Aparantly they have such few members that it’s very easy to quickly check.
For more information visit the BBC.
To honour this latest nonsense here’s a poem I wrote last year, resurrected by a news-cycle!
He once was a friend I hope you get the gist
I just saw my friend on the BNP list
The one in the news that you could not have missed
His name was right there on the BNP list
It hangs on my heart like a bloody great cyst
I just saw my wife on the BNP list
Those beautiful lips that I’ll no longer kiss
Because she was found on the BNP list
At first I was worried but now I am pissed
I just saw my dad on the BNP list
Shame brings me shakes in my tightly clenched fist
Why is his name there on the BNP list?
That should be the end but now there’s a twist
I just saw my name on the BNP list
Don’t like immigrants but I’m not racist
I’m not like the rest on the BNP list