A lot of my works contain what is generally considered adult content. If you’re looking for things for general audiences, here’s a list of what you can pick up without worrying about censorship-related issues…in other words, they’re by and large for ALL AGES.
Sinbad and the Argonauts
Sinbad at the End of the Universe
Sinbad at the Dawn of Time
Like the movies that inspired them, these three adventure novels feature no adults only scenes. The closest to one involves the seduction of a demigod, but even that is vaguely described and brief…and intrinsic to the plot.
Krakenstein vs. Koalatron
Revenge of Krakenstein
Bride of Krakenstein
These are just a little bit more adult, with a few curse words and inferred adult situations, but by and large this is a mainstream (if bizarre) epic involving noble scientists and twisted billionaires with the biosphere’s survival at stake, so even when it plays as a soap opera–which it frequently does–it’s not racy like a TV soap.
Nakedman: Uncomfortable Tales of Epic Adventure: Volume 1, Issue 1: “What’s Shaking?”
Nakedman: Uncomfortable Tales of Epic Adventure: Volume 1, Issue 2: “Overexposure”
Yes, the hero of these novellas runs around stark naked. But it’s strictly played for laughs and non-descriptive and focuses on the inherent humor of an everyman who has to strip to become the superman the world needs.
The Night Has A Thousand Wings: Based on the Legend of the Missouri Flying Humanoid
Super SF Double Feature: Lost Horizons Travel Agency and Suckers
The Ether Bunny
THIS stuff is really just for adults, although that certainly doesn’t mean that any of it is crude or vulgar…it simply has moments that they invented the ratings system to cover.
“Mature audiences” fare:
Weedeaters: The Complete Acropalypse
Super SF Double Feature: Children of the Coming World and Mars One
Super SF Double Feature: Shore Leave and Rasputin and Fulcanelli Ain’t Dead
The Oz Files (sorry, I know it’s about a kid’s story, but this is a bizarro adult crime noir mystery parody a la my favorite Steve Martin movie, Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid)
The Ballad of Chalice Rayne
A Year in the Borderlands
Playing With Reality
Even more adult:
It’s Only Funny If You Laugh: The Haunting of the Midlands Amusement Park
Imp: Based on the Legend of the Pukwudgie
Little Women With Big Guns
The Piper Gods Series