How to Cure Yourself of Narcissism

A Selfish-Help Book
By Seth McDonough

We live in a society where a lot of people admire themselves and where normal regular people are tired of paying attention to these people. How to Cure Yourself of Narcissism by Seth McDonough is an engaging and fascinating book that reveals the narcissism that...

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Humor and Witticisms 101 Plus

By Alex Gall

Humor and Witticisms 101 Plus is an enormous collection of puns, one-liners, and humorous expressions compiled and created by author Alex Gall. Intended to be a highly amusing book that covers many different topics and subject areas, this compendium is a dream read for newbie...

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How to Pull the Stick Out of Your Ass

By Kasen James

We live in a world now that seems to get offended easily and it is a hard job for comedians to be able to drop their jokes and places that will be receptive and willing to listen. To laugh today could cause one to lose...

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How the Animals Do It

The Weird Mating Habits of the Wild Beasts
By Larry Feign

The humorous, illustrated non-fiction book, How the Animals Do It by Larry Feign, offers readers an insight into the sometimes rather odd world of animals' mating habits. Most people have a vague idea about how dogs, cats, rabbits, and birds do it. Those animals are...

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How I Got Hurt

NOTE: It Could Be Because I’m Stupid
By Larry Buenafe

How I Got Hurt: NOTE: It Could Be Because I’m Stupid by Larry Buenafe is a delightful collection of memoirs that revolve around the theme of embarrassing or awkward moments in life, ones that are memorable and which one may wish to forget for obvious...

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HARDBARNED!

One Man's Quest for Meaningful Work in the American South
By Christopher J. Driver

HARDBARNED! One Man's Quest for Meaningful Work in the American South by Christopher J. Driver is a memoir that reads like nothing I have read in a long while; brutally honest, an unadulterated X-ray of the crude realities that confront contemporary American workers. The author...

Hey Doorman VIII

True Tales of an Uncommon Bouncer in Los Angeles
By John P. Kildemm

Hey Doorman VIII: True Tales of an Uncommon Bouncer in Los Angeles is a non-fictional account of life as a doorman (or bouncer), written by John P. Kildemm. As a bouncer in the city of Los Angeles, John encounters many types entering the establishment where...

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Heresies of Music: An A-Z Diagnostic Guide

An A-Z Diagnostic Guide
By Patrick Brislan

Heresies of Music: An A-Z Diagnostic Guide by Patrick Brislan is a book that will appeal to music aficionados. It’s a hilarious book that dissects facts about the traditions of music, great musical figures, singers and composers, concepts, and a lot of what people have...

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How My Cat Made Me a Better Man

By Jeremy Feig

After graduating from college, Jeremy Feig decided to move to Los Angeles. Little did Jeremy know that his life in Los Angeles would not be a bed of roses. Once day Jeremy began to reflect on his life. He realized that it was the terrible...

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Haematemesis

How One Man Overcame a Fear of Things Medical and Learned to Navigate His Way Around Hospital
By Henry G. Sheppard

Haematemesis is an autobiography written by Henry G. Sheppard. In 2007, Henry Sheppard is told by an Ear, Nose and Throat specialist that his illness is all in his head and that he should seek out psychiatric help. Two weeks later, Henry is diagnosed...

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