Tag: humor

Bipolar Man! Comedic Adventures – The Introduction to Existential Erica

Bipolar Man! Comedic Adventures – The Introduction to Existential Erica

| May 8, 2018

A broken compass, spinning in circles, with no idea which direction he’s headed – Jameson Theodore, or Bipolar Man as he jokingly calls himself, has hit rock bottom. He hates his job, is only a year removed from a complete mental breakdown – a public one – and has no idea how to find his […]

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Three Sneezes in a Row

Three Sneezes in a Row

| April 8, 2018

Our bodies sure can make some funny noises! Join these lovable characters as they count down ten sounds that you may hear coming from your own body! A fun and educational book that teaches numbers, introduces body sounds, and engages the imagination. This book can be enjoyed by children of all ages and the special […]

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Murder Takes a Dare (The Marisa Adair Mystery Adventures Book 1)

Murder Takes a Dare (The Marisa Adair Mystery Adventures Book 1)

| April 4, 2018

“I’ve gotten myself in too deep—” Jonah’s last words are an epitaph to a life spent on the wrong side of the law. Marisa Adair is shocked when Jonah, a former friend from her chaotic past of drinking and partying, surfaces, only to be murdered. She must solve the crime before the killer destroys her […]

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Dad Jokes? I Think You Mean Rad Jokes!

Dad Jokes? I Think You Mean Rad Jokes!

| March 22, 2018

Dad jokes. They’re not regular jokes. In fact, if a dad jokes make you bust out laughing, then there is something wrong. Dad jokes are intended to be bad. Eyerolling, groaning bad. Dad jokes are clever and dad jokes are punny, but dad jokes are mostly for dad’s enjoyment, not the people around him. Here […]

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A Canadian Werewolf in New York

A Canadian Werewolf in New York

| March 19, 2018

Writer. Werewolf. Canadian. Michael Andrews seems to have it all. He’s a successful author and a minor celebrity living in Manhattan. It’s a pretty big step up from his humble Canadian upbringing. Of course, his lycanthropy poses a bit of a challenge. After waking up from his latest night on the town, he’s naked, he’s […]

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Preserving Patients: Anecdotes of a Junior Doctor

Preserving Patients: Anecdotes of a Junior Doctor

| March 9, 2018

A hysterical and sometimes tragic portrayal of a doctor’s interactions with a captivating array of patients contrasted against the frustrations and humdrum of being a junior doctor in the National Health Service. From being the saviour of a man’s anus to being mistaken for the milkman, Tom describes the complexity and absurdity of today’s medical […]

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Trevor: Diary of an Alien

Trevor: Diary of an Alien

| March 4, 2018

Trevor is part of an elite squad of Super Ninja Alien Robot Monsters—aliens from Alpha Centauri—the strongest, meanest and, possibly, dumbest life-forms in the Galaxy. Trevor’s mission: Destroy Earth. The problem is … he doesn’t really want to. He can’t tell anyone this, of course, or he’d be banished to the outer reaches of the […]

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Flushed: A funny short story (The Meantime Stories Book 1)

Flushed: A funny short story (The Meantime Stories Book 1)

| March 3, 2018

In the MEANTIME, anything can happen! The President’s world is about to turn upside down in this acclaimed and hilarious short story about power, politics and an obstinate toilet. During a summit, the President faces his biggest challenge yet: A clogged toilet. What’s the man to do? Leave the bathroom and say nothing on the […]

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CRAZY FUN THOUGHTS

CRAZY FUN THOUGHTS

| February 14, 2018

Take a trip into your own mind. Explore new ideas and discuss them with your friends. This is the ideal coffee table or dinner party book. It is full of interesting ideas and topics to promote thinking and discussion. It is neither a scholarly work nor intended to be right. Some of the things said […]

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On The Sauce: A Cautionary Tale of Being Burned by the Pizza Industry

On The Sauce: A Cautionary Tale of Being Burned by the Pizza Industry

| February 2, 2018

It is no secret that the American economy is in shambles. Everywhere you look there are businesses closing, mass layoffs, and our workforce left with nothing but unemployment benefits when these things happen. Some have been forced to do the unthinkable just to keep a job in the dog-eat-dog world of corporate anonymity – sacrifice […]

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