Black Blade Budd recommends: Piratey Reads for “Talk Like a Pirate Day”

I was just about to compose a new post for the Pegasus Pulp blog, when a strange fellow with a peg leg and a parrot on his shoulder suddenly appeared in my office. His name, he announced in a strange accent, was Black Blade Budd and he was taking over my blog in the name of International Talk Like a Pirate Day. And since he had a cutlass and a flintlock pistol and looked as if he knew how to use them, I wasn’t inclined to argue with him.

Once Black Blade Budd learned that I have more than one blog, he insisted on capering my personal blog as well. So here is Black Blade Budd’s message:

Avast, ye landlubbers! My name be Black Blade Budd and today be International Talk Like a Pirate Day, so take a gander at these piratey offerings from Pegasus Pulp.

Old Mommark's TaleFirst of all, there be Old Mommark’s Tale. Now Old Mommark, he be a legend, a true pirate’s pirate. Nowadays, he be spending all his days in a tavern on Tortuga, but in his youth… oh, he had adventures. Trust me, my luvvies, none can spin a yarn quite like Old Mommark. And if ye buy him a tankard of grog or a bottle of rum, Old Mommark be telling you some of his tales.
Read it for the low price of 99 cents or pence at Amazon US, Amazon UK, Amazon Germany, Amazon France, Amazon Spain, Amazon Italy, Amazon Canada, Amazon Brazil, Amazon Japan, Amazon India, Amazon Mexico, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, Apple iTunes, W.H. Smith, Nook UK, DriveThruFiction, OmniLit/AllRomance e-books and XinXii.

Hostage to PassionThen, there be Hostage to Passion, the story of Sir Nicholas Harcourt who be known in piratey circles as the Black Falcon. Don’t be fooled by the title, for Sir Nicholas be no aristocratic toff. No, he be a pirate like ourselves, a pirate so dashing and daring that he be knighted by the Queen of England herself for fighting the Spanish, plundering their ships and ravaging their maidens. Maidens like Doña Rosaria, a fiery Spanish lass, if there ever was one. Sir Nicholas took her hostage and swore to hang her, if her uncle did not pay up. But in the end, the fiery Doña Rosaria captured his heart.
Ye want to read the story. Ye can, for the low price of 2.99 dollars or Euros or 1.99 pound sterling at Amazon.com, Amazon UK, Amazon Germany, Amazon France, Amazon Spain, Amazon Italy, Amazon Canada, Amazon Brazil, Amazon Japan, Amazon India, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, Apple iTunes, Casa del Libro, W.H. Smith, Nook UK, DriveThruFiction, OmniLit/AllRomance ebooks and XinXii.

Rites of Passage Finally, there be Rites of Passage, a tale of pirates from beyond our world. And I be telling ye, the world of those pirates be real weird. They be having two moons, if ye can believe it. Just imagine trying to navigate with two moons in the sky. And imagine what the tides must be like!
But two moon or not, the pirates of that world still be our brothers. Pirates like Philon, a young whippersnapper still, but a Captain’s son and heir. Now Philon, he be an adventurous lad and he be having cats his eye on Ariana Delora, a spirited lass who’s quick with a sword and her tongue and who just happens to be the daughter of the sworn enemy of Philon’s father. I be telling ye, me luvvies, those two be the Romeo and Juliet of piratedom.
And if ye want to read their story, ye only need to pay 99 cents or pence at Amazon.com, Amazon UK, Amazon Germany, Amazon France, Amazon Spain, Amazon Italy, Amazon Canada, Amazon Brazil, Amazon Japan, Amazon India, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, Apple iTunes, Casa del Libro, W.H. Smith, DriveThruFiction, OmniLit/AllRomance ebooks or XinXii.

So what are ye waiting for, ye landlubbers? Get thee over to them stores and download them tales to your fancy e-reader thing!

And if ye want to be trying all three of them piratey tales, the fine trading post of DriveThruFiction be offering a bundle of all three for only 3.50 dollars.

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2 Responses to Black Blade Budd recommends: Piratey Reads for “Talk Like a Pirate Day”

  1. Arrgh. Excellent, me matey.

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