The Outlandish and the Ego

By O. Ryan Hussain

The Outlandish and the Ego by O. Ryan Hussain is political satire at its best. Two stories, one reality. The Aide will do anything it takes to stay in power and get his president re-elected and his appetite for victory is somewhat voracious – a...

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The Tribulations of August Barton

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By Jennifer LeBlanc

The Tribulations of August Barton is a work of mature humorous fiction penned by author Jennifer LeBlanc, and this audiobook edition was narrated by James Oliva. The plot centers around Augie, our title character, who faces a coming of age as he prepares for life...

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Time Is Irreverent 2

Jesus Christ, Not Again!
By Marty Essen

For those aficionados of entertaining, optimistic sci-fi, who have been avidly waiting for another Time is Irreverent adventure - your wait is over. Erstwhile heroes Marty Mann and Nellie Dixon have become embroiled in another scramble to manipulate time in order to save planet Earth....

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The Moskowitz Code

By Joel Bresler

Myron (a.k.a. Mike) Moskowitz is a completely ordinary guy, with a completely ordinary job, and a completely ordinary (if slightly severe) case of the flu. And that would have been a rather prosaic and tepid end to The Moskowitz Code by Joel Bresler. Fortunately for...

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The Wedding Bluff

The hilarious happily ever after romcom about best friends and tying the knot (Carlton Square Book 1)
By Michele Gorman

When the perfect man for you finally proposes, the next thing is to plan a wedding. No easy task but for Emma in The Wedding Bluff by Lilly Bartlett, it’s a doozy. You see her fiancé comes from a rich family. Filthy rich with a...

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The Swines

Anecdotes Of A Piggly Family
By H. M. So

The Swines: Anecdotes of a Piggly Family by H.M. So can best be described as an eclectic read. On the surface, it seems like a harmless tale for children, but as you read on, you will realize that it is more than that. Describing the...

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The Road Ahead

By Willie Handler

The Road Ahead is a work of contemporary humorous fiction penned by author Willie Handler, and falls into the political satire vein of comedy. The story centers around the haphazard insurance broker Rick Tompkins, a relatively simple man who has no political training or any...

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The Great Pillow Sham

An allegory of the Donald Trump presidency
By Travis R Dunn

The Great Pillow Sham: An Allegory of the Donald Trump Presidency by Travis R Dunn is a symbolic children's picture book casting doubt on the current US president's transparency. A family wakes every day to the bane of their existence – the dreaded bedhead. They...

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The Cattle Driver

By Ryan Uytdewilligen

The Cattle Driver by Ryan Uytdewilligen tells us the story of an old cowboy, Ken Dalgliesh. Ken has made his fortune on the vast open lands of Texas and no longer needs to ride the range herding cattle. His children, now adults, all live in...

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Two Like Me and You

By Chad Alan Gibbs

Two Like Me and You is a young adult coming of age/adventure novel written by Chad Alan Gibbs. Edwin Green’s junior year at J.P. Hornby High School did not hold any special promise or allure for the somewhat nerdy young man. He was still reeling...