New Short Story: Strangers at a Funeral by Phronk

Phronk here. My new short story, Strangers at a Funeral, is out now. It’s a young adult mystery with some horror sprinkled on top, and ties in with my novel, Stars and Other Monsters, if you know what to look for.

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Brandon notices them at his grandpa’s funeral first: a pair of men in sunglasses who nobody seems to know. They’re not family, they’re not friends, they’re just … there. No big deal, until they show up again at the next funeral. Drawn into a world of funeral selfies and burial crashers, Brandon needs to know what these strangers want from the dead.

Only problem is, nobody gives a crap except him, and his school frowns upon skipping classes to watch people get buried. His sanity can’t take many more funerals, and those bulges in the strangers’ coats probably aren’t concealing anything pleasant.

If you want a little taste of Phronk, buy it for 99 cents or less:

Strangers at a Funeral at Amazon.com

Strangers at a Funeral at Amazon.ca

For those who prefer real paper and sweaty meatspace to this cyber junk, and are in London Ontario (the titular Forest City), I’m working on some live appearances. Stay tuned for details.

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All Hands on Dick! Sex Boat: Now Available in Paperback

Our first release, the hilariously dirty Sex Boat by Leonard Delaney, is now available in paperback. FCP specializes in e-books, but we realize that some of you like your pulp a little more tactile. Buy Sex Boat here; it’s a shipload of fun.

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Sex Boat is the story of sexual adventures on the high seas from a writer who lives fart from the sea and has probably never had sex. Winston finds himself in a predicament when his fiancee ditches him hours before a cruise vacation. He’s stuck on the boat with a blue-eyed beauty who loves to get wet, a party girl with a dark side, and what’s that tentacle sticking out of the water? Just wait until you read the alarming final scene.

Buy Sex Boat: An Erotic Novella About Sex on a Boat, now in paperback, before we make another cheesy boat-related pun.