Tag: humor

Tabitha Tickham and the Cake Crisis

Tabitha Tickham and the Cake Crisis

| September 19, 2018

“Beguiling, sagacious, and thoroughly good fun” Clever, funny and with just the right blend of sweet and sour, here is a family drama dressed in comic clothes, masquerading as a country house murder mystery. One for daughters and their mothers, and anyone else who wants to learn the correct way to eat a scone. On […]

×
What to Kill For

What to Kill For

| September 6, 2018

A single woman whose biological clock is ticking hunts for a husband in the “Land of Mr. Wrongs” also known as Los Angeles. “Fortunately,” she gets kidnapped by a Mexican mobster. *****Shannon is just another single woman in Los Angeles who is desperate to find “The One.” She is a pretty, decently-educated Episcopalian princess, and—it […]

×
Lessons From a Life Champion: Sometimes Even Winners Make Duty

Lessons From a Life Champion: Sometimes Even Winners Make Duty

| August 27, 2018

“Lessons From a Life Champion” is possibly the most important books of the 20th century. Some critics are even calling it the next Bible. This the the inspirational true story of how one man beat the odds to find true happiness. This is the one book that will change your life forever. If you don’t […]

×
Grynbad And The Seven Soups

Grynbad And The Seven Soups

| August 24, 2018

Pea soup pirates! Shoe obsessed mermaids! Cowpats large enough to sink a battleship! Dare you face the perils that lie within the Seven Soups? Timmy Grynbad has bad teeth, and a big heart. So when his beloved grandpa’s most magnificent false teeth get stolen by a great green Gribble Grobble, he responds in the same […]

×
Mr. Pizza

Mr. Pizza

| August 22, 2018

Most people make at least one really harebrained decision in their life. Tony Piza is no exception. It’s 1973, and Tony decides he needs a carefree year off after college—with pay. So, to the shock of his tight-knit family and closest friends, he postpones law school and smooth-talks his way into a job teaching sixth […]

Burlwood Forest

Burlwood Forest

| August 20, 2018

No one came to eleven-year-old Michael Pumpernickel’s birthday party, not even his invisible friend. The clown was a no-show, and his brother’s dog tried to escape and got caught in the act. Maybe it’s because he’s awkward and carries a fanny pack. Or maybe it’s because he really likes school. But nothing was going right […]

×
Minnie’s Antique & Curiosity Shoppe

Minnie’s Antique & Curiosity Shoppe

| August 19, 2018

After growing up in the back of a secondhand store, Liza swore she’d never return home. But twenty-three-year-old Liza has lost all sense of direction after her divorce. Her mother, Minnie, a product of the hippie era, now resides in an antique store, her eccentricity known to all in the small Midwestern town. To Liza’s […]

×
Take Us To Your Trump

Take Us To Your Trump

| August 18, 2018

The government has been lying to us! Not about public corruption or lurid scandals or secret wiretapping programs… Okay yes, all that stuff too, but I’m not talking about that right now. The government has also been lying to us about space aliens. Aliens have landed on the National Mall and are asking to speak […]

×
Tramps, Thieves and IT

Tramps, Thieves and IT

| August 11, 2018

The events take place in the United States. Arrogant smuggler Alan and a shy homeless guy called George are the main characters of the book. At some point, Lady Luck decided that she had paid too much attention to ungrateful Alan, and completely neglected George for no reason. “It looks like now is the high […]

×
Moon Struck

Moon Struck

| August 10, 2018

TWO BOOKS IN ONE. Moon Struck ~ 150 pages, Elemental Rage: A Time to Kill ~200 pages Jen has never enjoyed the full moon. Not like her family and certainly not like her boss, Rob, whose monthly trysts leave the office in a shambles. Jen turns into a mouse on the full moon, the most […]

×