Glitter Worthy

One Gay Guy's Eschatological Guide
By Tom Beattie

Glitter Worthy: One Gay Guy's Eschatological Guide by Tom Beattie begins with the author's encounter with St. Peter and the frustration that it's the wrong place. The author reflects on themes related to death and features essays that are humorous, thought-provoking, and hugely entertaining. They...

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Paper Maps, No Apps

An Unplugged Travel Adventure
By Johnny Welsh

Road tripping as a form of self-searching is a theme that is no stranger to literature. The writer ventures into parts unknown to discover and inspire him with new realities he would not find in the corners of his writing space. In Paper Maps, No...

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Confessions of an Expat in Paris

A Humorous Travel Memoir with Sassy Drink Recipes
By Vicki Lesage

Confessions of an Expat in Paris: A Humorous Travel Memoir with Sassy Drink Recipes is a nonfiction travel memoir written by Vicki Lesage. Lesage spent 11 years as an expat living in Paris. While many begin their lives abroad through their choice of academic institutions,...

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Porcelain Travels

Humor, Horror and Revelation in, on and around Toilets, Tubs and Showers
By Matthew Felix

In Porcelain Travels by Matthew Felix, enter the weird and wonderful world of avid traveler Matthew as we follow his backpacking adventures around the world. Whether he is in Morrocco, Copenhagen or Paris, Matthew doesn't require many luxuries, and he is the eternal optimist, but...

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Texas City Tales

My Youthful Adventures in the 40's and 50's in Texas City, Texas
By William L. Slager

Texas City Tales: My Youthful Adventures in the 40's and 50's in Texas City, Texas by William L. Slager is the memoir of a boy raised back in the days when life was simpler and technology did not rule people's lives. Mr. Slager was born...

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Our Baby Was Born Premature (the same way he was conceived)

By Paul Alexander

Our Baby Was Born Premature by Paul Alexander is a collection of brief anecdotes from before the baby’s birth until the author’s son was five years old, going on six. Mostly humorous, pithy remarks cover every angle of birth, baby needs, baby habits, and baby...

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Mementos

A Unique Collection of Short Stories & Flash Fiction
By Theodore Jerome Cohen

Many of us enjoy a set of stories that can be enjoyed as brief, standalone visits to other places and times. Author Theodore Jerome Cohen has written such a set of tales in Mementos: A Unique Collection of Short Stories & Flash Fiction, and with...

The Ultimate Guide For The Avid Indoorsman

Life Is Better In Here
By John Driver

The Ultimate Guide For The Avid Indoorsman offers an exploration of the Great Indoors and how you not only can survive indoors but can thrive and reach the pinnacle of becoming an Avid Indoorsman. John Driver encourages you to first complete the “Indooreagram” to test...

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101 Presidential Insults

What They Really Thought About Each Other - and What It Mean to Us
By Mike Purdy

Mike Purdy's 101 Presidential Insults: What They Really Thought About Each Other is a quick read, but captures the meanness of human nature demonstrated by men in the highest position in the US. In this book, presidential historian Mike Purdy presents a well-researched book about...

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I Am Not Old Enough!

The Twenty-Seven Stages of Adjustment to Living in a Retirement Community
By Hilde Adler

I Am Not Old Enough! The Twenty-Seven Stages of Adjustment to Living in a Retirement Community, by Hilde Adler, is a short book and a unique read. It is written from the viewpoint of someone completely resisting anything to do with retirement community living and...

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