NOVELIST. ROCK COLUMNIST. TRAVEL WRITER.
"Stuck somewhere between J.D. Salinger, Chuck Palahniuk and Bret Easton Ellis, author David S. Grant delves into the life of a modern misanthrope whose drug usage would make Hunter S. Thompson envious. It’s dark, disturbing and usually uncomfortable. David S. Grant is an author to watch. He could easily become the next Chuck Palahniuk with his fragmented style and stream of consciousness writing. "
-Stefan Halley, Pop Syndicate
BLOOD: The New Red from Offense Mechanisms
Blood:The New Red, a new novel that follows ex-model turned porn star,
Mickey, back into the modeling world of Seventh Avenue where wine is served by the
year, cocaine is plentiful, and the walk down the runway will never be the same
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"Bleach and its sequel Blackout are going on my favorite reads of the year. These aren’t happy stories and there isn’t too much uplifting metaphor behind the story, but satisfying? Oh yes, that it was. This is a keeper and will find a nice home on my shelf between Brett Easton Ellis and Jay McInerney – I think it will find this a cozy spot."
- Joanne, The Book Zombie (Bleach | Blackout)
“If you've ever clocked in your time staring at cubicle walls, sitting through monotonous, agonizing meetings, or having to explain the most basic functions of a spreadsheet program, this story is for you.”
–Andy Laughton, Silverthought Press (Bleach | Blackout)
“Grant writes like an artist paints. There is a lot left to interpretation. Is this book for everyone? No. It is for those who truly understand the artistic side to writing.”
- Stephanie Rollins (Emotionless Souls)
by David Grant on 09/30/13
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by David Grant on 12/01/12
"Unauthorized 80's: a collection of sleazy biographies from the glam 80's is now available. Get your copy today!