The Castle of Count Shagula

The Castle of Count Shagula

Justin MacCormack / Mar 31, 2020

The Castle of Count Shagula A tale of warped sexual desires twisted comedy and frantic naughtiness Come travel with the young Jonathan Woodcock to the distant realms of Transylvania where he encounters a sinister vampire the

  • Title: The Castle of Count Shagula
  • Author: Justin MacCormack
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A tale of warped sexual desires, twisted comedy and frantic naughtiness Come, travel with the young Jonathan Woodcock to the distant realms of Transylvania, where he encounters a sinister vampire, the aristocratic Count Shagula, last in a long line of great shaggers.Witness as poor Jonathan experiences the terrors and horrors that go bang in the night, and finds out just A tale of warped sexual desires, twisted comedy and frantic naughtiness Come, travel with the young Jonathan Woodcock to the distant realms of Transylvania, where he encounters a sinister vampire, the aristocratic Count Shagula, last in a long line of great shaggers.Witness as poor Jonathan experiences the terrors and horrors that go bang in the night, and finds out just what mysteries lurk at the heart of THE CASTLE OF COUNT SHAGULA hint, it s sex Lots of sex TALES OF MONSTEROTICAA new line of comical erotic romps featuring the classic and not so classic monsters of book, stage and screen, written by J D MacCormack, author of Diary of a Gay Teenage Zombie Shockingly horrific, wildly sexy and knee slappingly funny Stephen King not that one, just a guy I met in the pub with the same name Wait, who are you A quote for what A book How did you get in here Get out of my house Mrs Louise Benbridge of East London This disgusting story takes my classic tale and turns it into nothing than awful lewd sexual filth Bram Stoker

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      • Justin MacCormack

        Born in Glasgow, Justin MacCormack lives on the South coast of England in the city of Portsmouth His hobbies include alternative cinema, comic books, tabletop roleplaying games and photography.I have crafted three anthologies of short dark fantasy and horror stories They are Return to Return to Oz , Cthulhu Doesn t Dance , and Blood Orgies of the Whores of Dracula If you like my short stories, you can also pick up the collected works, Don t Buy This Book If you are interested in young adult LGBT fiction, my book Diary of a gay teenage zombie is fresh and new off the presses Lastly, why not stick around for my upcoming dark fantasy series, Twilight of the faerie , coming soon


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    1. I am partially responsible for this, as I drew the cover and was a beta reader for it. (It is a lovely cover btw! Absolutely stunning really.) In all honestly, I have been wracking my brain trying to decide if it is ethical for me to review this book! I decided today that it is okay if I do because I didn't write it, just draw that super amazing cover. I mean, really, that is nice! I have not been asked to review it, I decided to on my own.Obscure niche erotica is a completely new field for Just [...]


    2. Warning: This is a combined review for the first 2 books in the series.*slow blink*I justHow does one describe the visuals that were provided in detail and will forever be burned in my brain? I mean, seriously a Count vampire that drinks jizz instead of blood? Shadow tentacles that fuck unsuspecting quests? A gigantic penis that waddles on its testicles? That’s just a tiny sampling of the “frantic naughtiness” we are treated to in the Tales of Monstererotica series.If you’re looking for [...]



    3. Confession time. One of my favorite movies is Dracula by Francis Ford Coppola, and I'll just say Justin MacCormack did an incredible reenactment of that movie. I could almost hear the theme music play as Jonathan Woodcock drove in his carriage in the Carpathian Mountains. But as the carriage stopped at a small village it didn't quite proceed as the movie, and Justin MacCormack took over the scene and filled it with so much fun and lust, he had me bursting out with laughter almost all the time. J [...]


    4. This was a fun, bite-sized novella that can be read in a sitting or certainly in one day. The plot is very loosely based on the most well known part of the Dracula story. Characterisation and background is developed sufficiently well to make the individuals likeable. Obviously as a novella there is a clear lack of depth and the story does rely on those echoes with the more traditional rendering. That said, there are some interesting ideas explored with a clear sense of humour throughout.The inte [...]


    5. I knew when I read the title of this little novella it was going to be a humorous mess! It was so cheesy, I was cracking up laughing through the whole thing. So if you want something goofy, cheesy and full of sex then this is for you.Jonathan Woodcock (the name lol. I know) was on his way from England to the Transylvanian mountains and to the castle of Count Shagula for business. Before he gets there he stops at a local inn, where he is warned not to continue because he will become a slave of th [...]


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