Tag: science fiction

Are you Dying to Get Laid?

Fans of Mason Richter’s paranormal/sci-fi/supernatural adventure/romance story Dying to Get Laid! are in for a treat, as the next thrilling installment in the Death Harem Chronicles will debut next week!

Unfortunately I had to put this series on the back burner while I finished Sukkubus of Khymeera, but I already have Kayden Karson’s story mapped out, and I can’t wait to resume it. As I publish other tales in other genres, you can expect a new Death Harem story every month, concluding with Episode 13 in about a year. After that, I’ll collect them into a 130,000 word anthology, and that will mark the end of that particular series.

So buckle up and hold on to your ectoplasm cannons, and get ready for a wild ride across the Empyrean Realms, as Kayden hunts down his ex-girlfriends in the afterlife and tries to figure out who killed Death . . . before the Angelic authorities catch up with him and banish him to Hell forever!

“eXXXtension” is here!

In space, everyone can hear you cream!

While I work on the third novel in my Saga of Karli Talbo series (Pu’ussy Lord of Khymeera), I’m writing various stories in different genres to mix things up and keep my writing life interesting. I’m something of an omnivore with my own tastes – I enjoy pretty much anything as long as it’s well written, has good character development, and tells a quirky tale. So with that in mind, I wanted to try something new.

Just as Dane Colby is my Cowboy/Western genre pen name (with the Gutter Gulch series), so Zeta Kirk is the nom de guerre I’m using for Science Fiction, and eXXXtension is her first story. The series name is Future Shock and wherever that appears, those stories will all share the same universe, with many of the same characters, and the historical events that shaped them. Kind of like the interconnected Marvel universe.

So here it is, some kinky dark-fantasy sci-fi from the new Ursula Le Guin of erotica . . .

When seasoned asteroid miner and hunky ladies man Jaxon Colley loses his tackle in a workplace accident, he’s convinced his life is over—that women will find him worthless and he will never love again.

Deeply traumatized and depressed, he is sent to the hospital moon of Priapus-6 to recover and find hope. There he is selected to participate in an experimental program that fits amputees with A.I. enhanced prostheses.

Soon Jaxon is treated by the kind and beautiful Dr. Emily Lo-Hung, and fitted with prototype cyborg genitals. The operation goes smoothly and Jaxon wakes to find his manhood restored . . .

But not the way he imagined. As it turns out, Dr. Lo-Hung is a surgeon with a secret, and the penis she attached to Jaxon has a mind of its own—as well as functions he can’t fathom. All too late, Jaxon realizes he is a guinea pig for the mysterious doctor, and her altruism is motivated by strange, otherwordly desires . . .

You can buy it at Amazon or read on Kindle Unlimited here.