Best Bad Review Ever!

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).

New Cover Comming For Passion Pirates

As many of you know, my “good friend,” Seka Heartly has written a space opera parody called Passion Pirates of The Lost Galaxy. It’s a hilarious, if very raunchy, spoof of science fiction tropes that is far more funny than erotic…but it’s also erotic.

Trouble is, the current cover has not exactly propelled the book to the literary heights that are it’s due. So a new cover has been commissioned and is now awaiting colorization. Here, we see the bold and daring Dirk Moorcock ready for action with Conductor Sobo of the Gamoran Marching band ready to battle the dreaded Rift Pirates in order to save the planet Cin.

Passion–Now In Paperback

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My “good friend” Seka Heartly’s book, Passion Pirates of The Lost Galaxy, is now available in paperback from Amazon! This is a rollicking space adventure for the young at heart…who also happens to be over twenty-one of age.

Meet Dirk Moorcock, hero of the galactic empire, as he battles the mustache-twirling villains of villainy in order to save the Lost Galaxy.  Thrill to his daring-do while cringing at the atrocious puns, and mocked cliches of pulp-era science fiction…and peek behind the curtain to reveal the adult goings on in the hut of Konie the Barbarian.

Basically, this book is a tongue and cheek space opera with just enough titillation to call it erotica, but not enough to consider it porn. I do hope you enjoy, Passion Pirates of The Lost Galaxy responsibly. Click the link below to find it in print on Amazon.