The Positive Impact of Modern Liberals

(a tragi-comedy)
By Perfesser Propah Gandah

The Positive Impact of Modern Liberals by Perfesser Propah Gandah begins with a powerful, somewhat hilarious declaration that sets the tone for this wonderful work: “What can I say? I like to tease liberals . . . makes me politically erect. And, after all...

The Angel's Dictionary

A Spirited Glossary for the Little Devil in You
By Sol Luckman

Irreverent in its honesty and take-no-prisoners approach, The Angel’s Dictionary: A Spirited Glossary for the Little Devil in You is an honest appraisal of words in terms of today’s sensibilities. Sol Luckman has picked up where writers like Mark Twain and Ambrose Bierce left off...

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Confessions of a Mad Inventor

Surviving Failed Inventions
By Robert E Gross

Confessions of a Mad Inventor by Robert Gross is appropriately subtitled Surviving Failed Inventions. If Tom Sawyer had grown up to be an aerospace engineer, this is the kind of story he would have written. The marvelous inventiveness of "Little Robert's" youth is only surpassed...

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Unburdened By The Problems Of Success

A humorous account on how to achieve absolutely nothing (Volume 1)
By Ronald Dalgliesh

Unburdened by the Problems of Success is the first in a trilogy of humorous musings from Ronald Dalgliesh. His collection of loosely connected short stories recounts an often hysterical view into Scottish life as seen through the eyes of a young Mr. Dalgliesh. His story...

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WTF Am I Supposed to Eat?

A Dieter's Manifesto
By C.J. English

WTF Am I Supposed to Eat? A Dieter's Manifesto by C.J. English is an engaging book that will encourage readers on their journey of pursuing health. The book throws light on what it really takes to lose weight, what it really takes to keep weight...

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Is That The Shirt You're Wearing?

By Kristen Brakeman

Is That the Shirt You’re Wearing? by Kristen Brakeman is a collection of short essays, most of them previously published in various magazines and periodicals. They chart the progress of the long summer holidays when all three of her children are home, two teenagers and...

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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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Book Simulator

By Chris Yee

Book Simulator is a hilarious, satirical self-help novel in the vein of books that promise to help you read faster! Better! More efficiently! However, instead of selling you empty promises and broken dreams of becoming a better reader, Book Simulator is here to help fool...

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A Merry Little Bible

A Light-Hearted Retelling of Fifty Stories and Fifty Parables
By Car Melo

A Merry Little Bible: A Light-Hearted Retelling of Fifty Stories and Fifty Parables by Car Melo is a sort of Cliffs Notes for the Bible, but with the irreverent humor of a David Sedaris or Samuel Clements. Well-researched with actual Bible references, Car Melo reduces...

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Motherhood Martyrdom & Costco Runs

By Whitney Dineen

Motherhood Martyrdom & Costco Runs is a nonfiction collection of humorous stories about life, written by Whitney Dineen. The author is the mother of two young daughters who do not treat her as the queen she had always expected her children to treat her as,...

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