Drive All Day

Because I'm Too Old to Drive All Night
By Jamie Anderson

In Drive All Day, Jamie Anderson narrates several funny and adventurous stories about her experience as an active, outgoing musician. She takes us through her music tours, guitar lessons, how she built her YouTube channel, her discovery of Spotify's disappointing earning system, and her adventures...

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The Missionary Position

Misadventures in Russia
By Tad Browne

The Missionary Position narrates the adventure-packed, chaotic, and humorous story of an American couple in Russia and their tumultuous experience of the 1998 financial crisis. Tad Browne's initial goal was to arrive in Russia with his family as missionaries and to continue helping survivors of...

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#SingleSassySexAgenarian

Someone Between the Ages of 60-69
By Regina A Byrom

#SingleSassySexAgenarian by Regina A. Byrom is a light-hearted and humorous depiction of the life of a sexagenarian, someone who is between the ages of 60 and 69. Here Byrom gives her take on everyday experiences, including social distancing and online gatherings amidst Covid-19, dating, her...

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What's This Foolishness?

A collection of WITTY, HILARIOUS thoughts.... Healing the world one laughter at a time.
By Sharon and Kierra Linen

People who laugh tend to live longer. Not only that, but in over 40 years of marriage counseling, I have never seen a couple headed toward divorce who remembered how to have fun and laugh together. There is an old saying that laughter is good...

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The Villains Who Snapped My Spine

A Memoir
By A. H. Nazzareno

After being diagnosed with a rare illness called Myxopapillary Ependymoma (MEPN) in 2021, A.H. Nazzareno started writing a tell-all memoir following major surgery, recounting his past experiences with the "villains" who did a number on his back. Nazzareno recalls how he met his future wife,...

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Adventures in Boy Scouting

Tales Told by the Old Scoutmaster
By Robert Kellogg

For over a century, Scouting has become instrumental in shaping character among young men. Author and scoutmaster Robert Kellogg shares his adventures in scouting leadership in his nonfiction anthology, Boy Scouting: Tales Told by the Old Scoutmaster. As the scoutmaster of Troop 323, the author...

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Meth Murder & Amazon

By G.S. Gerry

Meth Murder & Amazon by G.S. Gerry is a satirical novel written in a splintered narrative and leans heavily on a form of story delivery through a rapid-fire dialogue. The book begins with a family trying to sell their home. The patriarch, Mr. D. Grake,...

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eDating the Old School Way

A comedic guide to online dating
By Maura Stone

In this era of online dating, all men and women have to do to find a partner is to register on any of the numerous online dating sites on the internet. Well, at least that is what everyone thinks. But then unlike the old times,...

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Kid on the Go!

Memoir of My Childhood and Youth
By Neill McKee

When Neill was brought home from the hospital as a newborn, the kindly Mennonite lady told his mother that Neill wouldn’t survive. But he did and he lived a fascinating life full of love and humor and a zest for telling a good story, mostly...

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Why Some Animals Eat Their Young

A Survivor's Guide to Motherhood
By Dallas Louis

I should have eaten mine. It did cross my mind at times, not seriously, of course. But when things were going majorly awry, it did make me ponder the possibility and the irritating question, “Will this ever end?” Believe it or not, there are ways...

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