After months of travel, fighting evil groping ghouls and feisty Frankensteins, Jonathan Woodcock has finally returned home! Having escaped from the distant castle of Count Shagula and the vampire’s very naughty sex dungeon, Jonathan is happy to get back to his cozy hamlet in England and perhaps, finally, have a decent cup of tea.
But all is not well back home, and it’s not just brexit that’s causing trouble! Some sinister figure is skulking around the countryside, bothering young men and nibbling on their naughty bits! And this time it isn’t your humble writer – honest! No, it seems that the cock-hungry Count has followed our brave hero home like an eager puppy.
Will our submissive Jonathan finally put his foot down and drive his wooden shaft up the Count’s dark places once and for all?
The Revenge of Count Shagula is a 15,000-word novella.
"Things that go hump in the night" - James Wallis
* * * * * - Matt Wingett
“Welcome to the crazy, sexy, cool universe of Justin MacCormack. He has taken on some of the great classic horror stories and given them a twist and a turn. His versions are making me laugh, and I find them witty and very entertaining.” – Miss Betty
About the Author
Born in Glasgow, Justin MacCormack lives on the South coast of England in the city of Portsmouth with a collection of pet rats. His hobbies include alternative cinema, comic books, tabletop roleplaying games (in particular "Vampire: The Masquerade") and photography. The first book he ever bought was "Vault of the Vampire", a Fighting Fantasy choose-your-own-adventure story which he saved up for two weeks to buy, at the age of seven. This resulted in him acquiring a keen interest in the dark side of narrative fiction. He has written an extensive collection of dark fantasy and horror fiction, and now intends to inflict it upon the general population.