After the Calendar

By Meg Heaven

After the Calendar by Meg Heaven is a very much tongue-in-cheek look at what is clearly seen by women as a serious problem. For the past nine years, three respectable, middle-aged women have taken on the annual role of fundraisers for their local community hospice,...

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Punny Peeps' Funny Food Jokes

By Lisa Ayotte

“Why did the farmers plant cellphones?” Funny question? Well, the answer is even funnier: “Because they wanted to grow call-iflower!” Now that’s a funny joke I might actually remember, especially the punchline. But, even if I can’t remember the punchline, which for me is often...

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A Smidge of Crazy

More Quirky Essays for Quirky People
By Barbara Venkataraman

A Smidge of Crazy is a potpourri of observations, comments, and general reflections on topics ranging from cake decorating to political activism. Author Barbara Venkataraman has stepped outside herself and observed the quirks, foibles, and everyday life that are all too familiar. No topic is...

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Somewhere In This Picture

By P. S. Reyes

Somewhere In This Picture by P. S. Reyes is a young adult fantasy novel to capture the imagination. It is a blend of a fairytale with a bit of psychology, whimsy, and humor but is also about characters experiencing quirky things like gorgeous witches "sweeping...

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Nathan Thinks He Knows Best

The Prequel to the Hilarious Romantic Comedy Romance Wars
By Alex Bahscot

Nathan Thinks He Knows Best by Alex Bahscot is an impressive romantic novel that’s humorous and realistic, appealing to both teens and adults. It brings the fun to business rivalry in the actual world, with two smart, witty, and funny people as the core characters....

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Pandora's Gardener

By David C Mason

David C Mason's Pandora's Gardener is a humorous, witty take on the thriller genre. The story is set in London and Smallmansea, a fictitious location on England's south coast. John Cranston is a gardener (Cranston Gardening Services). The Midas is a one-of-a-kind AI computer card...

Welcome to D*ck n B*lls Tower!

By Jeff Pearson

How do I describe this absolute madness? As I scratch my head and look for the answer, it’s plain as day in the title of the book, like author Jeff Pearson is giving me a smirk and a wink as the penny drops: Welcome to...

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The Music of Women

By Vincent Panettiere

When I finished reading The Music of Women which author Vincent Panettiere subtitles, “A Stream of Subconsciousness,” I felt as I did after my first rollercoaster ride—“What the hell was that?” Well, first things first—the plot. Charlie Forte is a successful novelist who grows up...

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Creature Feature

A Horrid Comedy
By Steven Paul Leiva

In Creature Feature by Steven Paul Leiva, the main character, Kathy Anderson, also known as Vivacia, the star in Vivacia’s House of Horrors, decides she is “sick and tired of being a sex goddess for geeks,” she quits the television show and returns to New...

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Oh Daddy Chronicles

By Barry Robbins

The Oh Daddy Chronicles by Barry Robbins is described as “a contemporary political satire” that “takes current events and explains what we thought was unexplainable.” The book, however, thrusts much deeper into the heart of satire and, in reality, is a total lampooning of President...