Savage Swordsmen of The Lost Kingdon is now available on Amazon. Dirk who has been a space adventurer and a World War I flying ace, is now a barbarian out of the time of legends.
Once again with a beautiful and capable woman by his side, Dirk must save the world from an unspeakable evil while engaging in as much…uh…extracurricular activity as the plot will allow. He’s bold, he’s savage, he’s Dirk Cock of The Moors and he’s reasonably priced for your reading pleasure.
And remember, Seka Heartly is NOT Clayton J. Callahan. They are two different authors entirely–I swear.
By Clayton J. Callahan
So, this is unexpected. My good friend, Seka Heartley, has had such amazing success with Passion Pirates of The Lost Galaxy, and Romance Raiders of The Lost Continent, that fans are already demanding another Dirk Moorcock novella.
So she’s rolling up her sleeves and starting on Savage Swordsmen of The Lost Kingdom. In this one, Dirk of the barbarian Moorcock tribe must ally himself with an exotic sorceress to save the lost throne of Venusia from The Cult of Infernal Chastity.
Will Dirk once again rise to the occasion to satisfy his reading public? Seaka sure hopes so and plans to have the new novella out by late fall of 2018. In the meantime, Dirk Moorcock’s adventures can be discovered in her two already published works.
My good friend Seka Heartley has finally released another erotic masterpiece in her Dirk Moorcock series, Romance Raiders of The Lost Continent. This time, Dirk is a former World War I ace who is hired by the mysterious Countess Rideatop to explore a land unknown to science (unless science reads a lot of Jules Verne that is). Dinosaurs! Intrigue! And Adventure! Oh, my.
Just a reminder though. Seka does not write for young readers. As Dirks amourous adventures can be as thrilling as his dogfights and saber duels. So, if you’re over 21, have a twisted sense of humor and love a good laugh, I highly recommend this spin-off to Passion Pirates of The Lost Galaxy.
Clayton J. Callahan
Sometimes you just want people to be honest. Like this fellow who said of Passion Pirates, “Oh, dear and holy God of Ceilings, that was awful! So awful I might have to buy it anyway just for the 9.5 on the camp-o-meter!”
Seka Heartly cheerfully admits the likelihood that this guy actually read her book is quite high. Passion Pirates of The Lost Galaxy was never meant to be a “good” book, any more than The Toxic Avenger was meant to be a “good” movie. But that’s often the point, right?
Sometimes we are in no mood for serious literature or dark, edgy fiction. Sometimes we just want to have a good laugh and yuck it up with an author who is winking at us at every page turn. Seka is thus proud that her book is finding an audience that appreciates it.
And remember, Seka Heartley is NOT Clayton J. Callahan (it says so on the title page of her book).