The Erotic Adventures of Rubby the Robot and Other Smutty Sci-Fi Stories

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Rubby the Robot is a Pleasure Unit with a problem. His job is to provide erotic massages to the all-female crew of deep space explorer ship Nostradamus...but will there be a happy ending for Rubby?

In A Weird Science Tale the fate of the world hangs on a game of strip pinball.

In the future sex will be outlawed, but there will be Rollerbonk!

Music is the food of lust in The Sex Signal.
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Sex is a wonderful thing, but I find it hard to take it seriously. It has the power to make buffoons of us all. But I like to laugh as much as I like to get off so its a win-win situation over all.

There is nothing so erotic as a spirit of playfulness, and that is what I express through my erotic stories. If you like puns, parodies, slapstick and one-liners with your saucy stories then you may find something here to tickle more than just your funny bone.

I also write about psychology under the name Joe Blow.

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Review by: Francis Haley on March 16, 2015 :
This collection had some good moments which could have been turned into very good stories (I liked the concept of Rollerbonk), but overall I thought these stories weren't all that special
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Review by: James Jenkins on Dec. 12, 2013 :
Fun and naughty, when in the mood for both of those in story, this book is a good choice.
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Review by: Eva Gaylord on May 27, 2012 :
This is a very fun, enjoyable, naughty book that takes you through some very interesting sci-fi adventures! It will turn you on and make you giggle at the same time! How many books can do that?
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Review by: Babette Hugs on May 06, 2012 :
Erotic Adventures of Ruby the Robert sparkles and pops––well written, erotic, funny, and intelligent. I look forward to reading the others soon. It could be a Saturday Night Live version of the non-fiction book: The Singularity Is Near. (Not that Saturday Night Live has ever done with one of Ray Kurzweil’s books, but I could see it happening with Rubby the Robot.) Thank you!
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