Satan: Little League Superstar

This is the first book/novel/collection of words I have self-published. It’s about a little league team who gets Satan as a teammate. There’s cursing, death, drug use, a pun, and a few other non-Christian things. You don’t have to even enjoy baseball to like this book. Here are some links where you can obtain a copy:


Create Space Estore


Want a copy autographed by the author, Satan, and Jesus Christ for only $5 aka $3 less than you can get at Amazon? Send an email to with the subject “Satan Book” for more details.

Online Version

Smashwords (use the code XZ78R upon check-out to receive a free copy)

Barnes and Noble



Not on a site you read your ebooks at? Let me know and I’ll get it up there!

A Review of the Book

  1. Lily says:

    I like books/movies where there are a lot of characters with interesting background stories. It makes it more realistic when you really get to know the characters. I like the nicknames too! I always wanted a nickname.
    Like I said before, this really flows. It feels like I’m just listening to someone tell a story in real-life. No frills, not trying too hard. Nice work!

    • mooselicker says:

      I knew the only way that I would even remember people was to give them obvious nicknames. Or give the foreign kids very foreign names. It’s a trick I picked up on. Like war movies are impossible to follow unless everyone looks completely different or if there’s a guy with an accent or whatnot. That’s my biggest fear is that people will forget who the characters are. I think the nicknames really do help.

      Again, I appreciate the read! You can consider yourself the first person to do so.

  2. AgrippingLife says:

    Nice job! It sort of reminds me, has a flavor of, The Bad News Bears. I loved that movie as a kid. You’ve captured that awkward age perfectly. It’s like being caught between two worlds. When you’re 13 and 14 you sometimes feel like you’re 18 and sometimes like you’re 8. So awkward.
    Very Entertaining. Keep up the good work : )

    • mooselicker says:

      Thank you! That’s kind of what I was going for originally but then that seemed so incredibly hack. The rest of it is a lot less innocent. I appreciate the read very much!

  3. robpixaday says:


    This is super!

    I don’t know much AT ALL about baseball, so some of this flew right past me, but it’s YOUR VOICE! It’s the Mooselicker we read here! That’s so cool!!!!! It moves fast, the characters are fascinating, and there’s a lithe humor throughout that’s endearing…like a hug from a cranky kid who needs a nap but you love more than life itself anyway. (Did that sound like a compliment? It was!!!)

    • mooselicker says:

      Thank you! I kind of like that the three people who have read it aren’t really into baseball. It’s really not that much about it. Maybe 3 of the chapters are but it’s mostly about kids being foul-mouthed and having super powers. Shhh! Don’t tell.

  4. robpixaday says:

    Oh, carp. Those italics got stuck. They should’ve stopped right after “here!”

  5. Addie says:

    It makes me want to know more–which is a good thing to hear from a reader.

    I’d suggest you move this paragraph to the beginning–it’s more of an attention grabber, that segues into the rest in a very smooth way.

    “This story isn’t like most. Actually, it might be. I’m not sure. I don’t listen to other people’s stories. They bore me. The way this story is different from other stories is that it is different from the stories that I tell. The stories I tell are usually lies and they’re to get women to sleep with me. Usually they involve my days in Hollywood and how I would rub elbows with some of the greats. I was a huge child star back in the 1990s. I made my mark as the “bad kid” playing on opposite teams of the scrubs that come together to accept their differences and become champions. I always lost in those movies. That’s why in reality it’s my turn to finally win. It’s something called karma.”

    It’s a bit like reading, “POW.POW.POW.POW.” Four bullets tore into my groin. You want to know more NOW, as obviously the narrator is alive–or are they? So, you want more.

    • mooselicker says:

      Thanks for the suggestion. I agree that the opening is weak. Each chapter starts with dialogue, usually completely random and out of nowhere or “left field” in this case. LOL!!!! It’s not like anybody would notice or care if I did take your suggestion. I probably will. Thanks for the read!

      • Addie says:

        We DO notice and care!! We DO!!

        Oh, since AGL is not interested in writing a book right now, perhaps you can hire me as your ‘PA’ and I’ll steal pencils and glare bookstore owners to give you those M&M’s with the shells removed.

      • mooselicker says:

        Sounds like a deal! Remember, I don’t like the sides of the M&M’s with the M’s on them. Yuck! Gross!

        I really hope I do have some big business someday. I would love to be able to hire people I know, even casually.

  6. Addie says:

    Russians. Then, you can also change the name when you discuss male or female. SO much fun.

  7. Addie says:

    I assure you, the M’s will be removed, and, I’ll make sure there were no red M&M’s uncoated and tossed in with the others. You can still taste the Red Dye #87. Sure, it preserves your body for 10 years after you die, but, that taste!!

  8. I delayed on reading this because baseball is as foreign to me as balut probably is to you. BUT THIS IS DAMN-FUCKING-IRRITATINGLY-MADE-ME-LAUGH-EVEN-IF-I-WAS-TRYING-SO-HARD-NOT-TO FUNNY! Finish this! 😀

    • Mooselicker says:

      Oh it’s been finished a few months now. Except for like taking out all the contractions. I use them way too often. 117 pages, 19 chapters, of pure goodness. It’s really not much about baseball though as it goes along. More about Satan and super powers.

  9. The Hobbler says:

    Where to start… You are a very creative writer. I think you managed to insult all of the major ethnic groups, several religions, any form of sexuality, and many more things that I don’t have enough time to talk about. Nice read.

  10. […] Satan: Little League Superstar […]

  11. Linda Vernon says:

    Go home and boo your welfare check! I think that’s the perfect comeback for any situation!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s