2014 is off to a good start here at Crazy 8 Press. And we’ll be adding to the fun in coming months with several new releases. You want new books, and … we’ve got ‘em!
There are several more in the hopper from all seven of us, but first up we want to re-introduce you to Russ Colchamiro’s hilarious scifi backpacking comedy Finders Keepers. Russ launched Finders Keepers to big acclaim back in 2010, but after a necessary switch in distributors —he liked us way better anyway! — he officially joined us an official member of Crazy 8 press.
We gave Finders Keepers a bit of a soft launch late last year, and now we’re ready to do it BIG!
So … for fans of Christopher Moore, Terry Pratchett, and Douglas Adams, Finders Keepers is absolutely for you.
Finders Keepers is a raunchy, sci-fi backpacking adventure — think American Pie/Superbad meets Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
On a backpacking trip through Europe, Jason Medley and Theo Barnes stumble through hash bars and hangovers; religious zealots and stalkers; food poisoning and thunderstorms; cute girls; overnight trains; fever-pitch hallucinations — and the specter of adult responsibility!
But when a jar containing the Universe’s DNA falls from Eternity, these new friends find their loyalties put to the test . . . unaware that a motley crew from another realm is chasing them across the globe, with the fate of the Milky Way hanging in the balance.
Traversing Europe, New Zealand, and the backbone of Eternity, Finders Keepers is a raunchy, sci-fi backpacking comedy that not only tackles friendship, sex, commitment, and desire, but also God, reincarnation — and what really happened to the dinosaurs!
Buy Finders Keepers here.
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View the Finders Keepers character illustrations.
Finders Keepers is not recommended for people who dislike books that are both fun and funny. And are allergic to the Universe’s DNA — it’s potent stuff. Smells okay, but definitely potent.
This novel contains a few scenes that might be considered naughty. So, yes … there are boobs. We’re not talking Caligula here, but if you are offended by some boinking, or the idea that getting it on is too Pagan, Finders Keepers probably ain’t for you.
Also … there are four letter words throughout these pages. Some readers protest that such language isn’t proper for fiction. Well … too late! Finders Keepers is just that kind of book.
Finally, you may want to sample before buying. The Finders Keepers prologue alone should give you a very good idea of what you’re in for.