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Pimped to Satan
     

Pimped to Satan

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by Joslyn Corvis
 

Horror at its raunchiest!
Story by Joslyn Corvis
Cover art by Dan Dillard

Pimped to Satan (Unofficial title: "Brosmary's Baby")

"I probably would've called the story "Brosmary's Baby" if I had to choose a name, but that's just because it strikes me as funny."---from reader Ed Rendon

Phil answers an orgy party invite on Gregslist, but what he

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Horror at its raunchiest!
Story by Joslyn Corvis
Cover art by Dan Dillard

Pimped to Satan (Unofficial title: "Brosmary's Baby")

"I probably would've called the story "Brosmary's Baby" if I had to choose a name, but that's just because it strikes me as funny."---from reader Ed Rendon

Phil answers an orgy party invite on Gregslist, but what he thinks is going to be a night of complete sexual debauchery turns into an experience that will change his life forever.

Not long after the party, the smells at Phil’s fast-food job, as well as other aromas, start to trigger his gag-reflex, leaving him in a constant state of nausea. His best friend and roommate, Manny, becomes concerned and makes him see a doctor, but with Phil having no insurance he has no choice but to seek help from Ned, a schoolmate since Kindergarten who is now a doctor. Although Phil is hesitant to ask for Ned’s expertise after victimizing him with childish prank after prank, even years after high school, he is also just that desperate.

New to the medical field, Ned was still in the habit of consulting with his father, also a doctor, before treating a patient, but this time he had to use his own medical knowledge to figure out what’s wrong with Phil. He runs the simplest test he can think of to find a possible cause for Phil’s perpetual stomach ailment: An ultrasound. Ned’s diagnosis? “It’s a…baby?”

But it’s not just any baby. This baby appears to have a tail. And horns. And cloven feet. Phil has been PIMPED TO SATAN.

Read on as the awkwardly homoerotic, yet touchingly sweet, relationship between Phil and Manny blossoms as they go through the ups and downs of Phil’s Devil-Baby pregnancy together. It’s a horrorifically heartwarming story about Bromance and the unconditional love a new parent holds for their child…Even if that child is the spawn of Satan.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044274075
Publisher:
Joslyn Corvis
Publication date:
01/23/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
73 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

I'm Joslyn, and I have a penchant for horror! When I was in school, it was hard for me to find the types of books that *I* wanted to read. So I hope to inspire kids to read by writing the kinds of things I would have liked reading in my youth. I am working on getting a series published called Forever Gothic, but until then, I'm finding enjoyment just working on smaller projects.

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Pimped to Satan 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story mix of horror that is also funny.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was absolutely amazing, I'm terribly sad that its not a longer story but I was entertained.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Funny, funny! Most amusing 20 minutes of reading I've had in a long time! I'd love to read future shorts about Phil, Manny & the baby's growing pains.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was searching the web for books for Stephen King and Anne Rice lovers, and this one popped up. While she's an unknown author at the moment, I would really recommend this book to anyone. It was just so effin funny that I laughed out loud during several places. I'm really surprised there aren't more reviews and can't wait to see what else is going to come out from this young author. I don't have a facebook page but judging from the pix of her that ive seen around the web she can't be that old, and to have written a story like this was just insane! From her style of humor which sounds something more that a middle aged guy would find funny, to the originality, I give it five stars! Can't wait to see what other stories she'll be putting out and this is definitely one of my favorite writers, especially after reading The Hunger and some of the other work she has circulating the web. I'll also be purchasing a copy of Bitten.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hilarious! I imagined the main characters as Will Farrell, and the pregnant guy would have been John C. Reilly! I keep up with Joslyn Corvis on Facebook and she's been talking about a sequel! I'm really excited and will DEFINITELY get the sequel. My only complaint? It could have been longer but that's what sequels are for! That, and I'd love to have it in paperback!!!