The Coronavirus Haggadah

By Martin Bodek

If you expect a dull, dry Haggadah, then you will be pleasantly surprised. Martin Bodek has written The Coronavirus Haggadah as a humorous look at a Jewish high and holy day that has existed for millennia. Social distancing, disease, and fear will not keep a...

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The Rembis Report

An Observation
By Mike Rembis

We often hear that if you want to keep your correspondence, you should not write emails but letters because it is much easier to delete and forget the former rather than the latter. That may be true, but Mike Rembis' The Rembis Report is an...

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Swipe Write

A sometimes hilarious, sometimes sad, always brutally honest account of 20 online dates with 20 different men
By Lindsay Taylor Dellinger

Swipe Write: A Sometimes Hilarious, Sometimes Sad, Always Brutally Honest Account of 20 Online Dates with 20 Different Men, by Lindsay Taylor Dellinger, is a brave, fresh take for fans of dating/relationship books. This enlightening, sometimes LOL-funny memoir lets you take a peek behind the...

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Uncle Jack's Outer Banks

The Ultimate Collection
By Jack Sandberg, Introduction by Ray McAllister

Uncle Jack's Outer Banks: The Ultimate Collection is an anthology of essays, letters, and cartoons published by award-winning humor columnist from the Outer Banks of North Carolina, Jack Sandberg, over the course of an illustrious career spanning almost four decades. The book opens with an...

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Ghosted

Dating & Other Paramoural Experiences
By Jana Eisenstein

Jana Eisenstein grew up watching Disney romances and dreaming of a storybook love life of her own. After graduating from Boston University, spending her college years sober and dateless, waiting for the right guy to find her, Jana joins George Washington University. With renewed vigor,...

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The Reject Bench

By James H. Morgan

James H. Morgan’s memoir, The Reject Bench, wholeheartedly buys into the idea of growing pains, particularly about isolation as brought about by not being able to make new friends. The author’s story begins in June 1961, a week after finishing his freshman year at Upland...

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The Meat and Potatoes of Life

My True Lit Com
By Lisa Smith Molinari

Lisa Smith Molinari just got added to my list of favorite authors. Her writing technique is real, humble, and honest and has that touch of humor that everyone needs. In The Meat and Potatoes of Life, Lisa writes from experience and so you can feel...

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My Book of Revelations

Stories that burst the bubble of believability
By Gerry Burke

In My Book of Revelations, Gerry Burke entertains us with fantastical, imaginative stories including marvelous moments of murder, mayhem, mystery, and much more. Each story is filled with interesting facts and fiction compiled by historians and the author. The book contains information on everything from...

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Odd Woman Out

Exposure in Essays and Stories
By Melanie Chartoff

Odd Woman Out: Exposure in Essays and Stories by Melanie Chartoff is an anthology of non-fiction autobiographical pieces that weave together the fascinating quilt of Chartoff's life in full color. The best part? The patchwork is comically uneven. Chartoff is best known by those of...

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Hold the Apocalypse - Pass Me a Scientist Please

and other humorous essays from an optimist in dreamland
By Bob Lorentson

Hold the Apocalypse - Pass Me a Scientist Please by Bob Lorentson looks at us as “Modern Humans” and shows us what our world has become. But don’t take it too seriously. Even though the subject may be serious, Bob, the environmental scientist, helps us...

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