The Teleporter

What if there was a power like no other? What if one drunken slouch happened to stumble where nobody has stumbled before and discovered the ability to teleport! Just when you thought there were enough super hero stories in this world, we made another one… Kurt Wiseman is your average mid-twenties slouch with a serial thirst for alcohol, that is until destiny calls upon him to stumble where no man has clumsily stumbled before. By day he works for a familiar sounding, power hungry, media controlling, mega rich American businessman who represents everything wrong with society today. Whilst investigating this politically loaded story arc Kurt accidentally acquires a super power like no other. The ability to teleport! Before he can think about saving the day, Wiseman must endure a journey of self-reflection by earning the trust of his friends and overcoming his greatest weakness, booze. Even if the path is filled with comic book cliché, inappropriate one liners and genre busting fourth wall action. Not all heroes in this world are the same and with great power comes the possibility to go viral! This is a story that will unite humanity… Kurt Wiseman is the Teleporter!


Meet Lee Hall

Lee Hall is a Best Selling Indie Author from the UK. He has spent many years reading, writing, blogging and performing. The fruits of such are multiple indie published books crossing several genres and of course a loyal following. From occult thrillers with monsters, witches and vampires that eventually became known as the ‘Order of the Following Series’ to paranormal romance and even the tale of a drunken superhero looking for justice. All of his works carry a deeper meaning that tribute the events from real life, because all good fiction is rooted in some level of truth. Most days you can find Lee on Twitter trying to be witty and supporting fellow creatives.

Oh Daddy Chronicles

Can’t stand Trump? Love making fun of him? Well, this is the book for you.

***Gold Medal award winner for Fiction – Humor/Comedy in Readers’ Favorite 2021 International Book Awards***

Imagine if you could have eavesdropped on Donald Trump’s conversations in the Oval Office. That’s precisely what Oh Daddy Chronicles does in 46 skit-like episodes that have been described as Saturday Night Live on steroids.

The conversations with his family, advisers, cabinet secretaries are fictitious, made-up, imagined…or are they? Just how imbecilic, self-centered, ridiculous does his side of those conversations have to be before you remember that Oh Daddy Chronicles is fiction?

If you’re a fan of Stephen Colbert or Trevor Noah, you’ll laugh your butt off at this hilarious political satire, which former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle called “Well-written. Entertaining. Excellent political satire.” That’s Senate-speak for “darn funny.”


Meet Barry Robbins

Barry Robbins is a retired CPA with a keen interest in things having nothing to do with accounting. He graduated from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1975 with BS and MS degrees. He worked 26 years for a large international accounting firm. Then he quit. He moved to Helsinki, Finland with his Finnish wife and two beautiful daughters. After living there full time for 12 years, he began dividing his time between Finland and Florida, and now spends most of his time in Florida. The years spent in Europe allow him to see the U.S. through different eyes —from both the inside and the outside. This, plus his experience as a freelance ghostwriter of book reports for lazy third graders, makes him uniquely qualified to serve as Chronicler-in-Chief of the Oh Daddy Chronicles.

OOF: An Online Outrage Fiesta for the Ages

Award-winning novelist and cultural critic Strobe Witherspoon interrogates his own profession. It goes terribly.

“Wildly entertaining …Sometimes sad and sometimes hilarious, Witherspoon’s timely metafictional novel explores the ways (mis)information can shape public discourse in the digital media age.” – Booklife by Publishers Weekly

”Strikingly original …an innovative literary experiment that supplies a thoughtful commentary on the ‘discourse virus’ of our age …Witherspoon tackles a broad spectrum of media, including comically scathing excerpts from tweets, podcasts, blogs, and even academic journals and also keenly exposes the ways in which Strobe, the character, is implicated in his own online assault, due to his obsessive attachment to public life.” – Kirkus Reviews

OOF explores the role of satire in a society lurching from one ridiculous crisis to the next, where media outlets rely on clicks to stay alive and everything is filtered through a lens of anger and misinformation.

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Strobe Witherspoon just sold his latest satirical novel for a lot of money. The book in question, FLOTUS: A Memoir, is a fictitious autobiography about a former first lady of the United States reflecting on years of misery at the hands of her much older POTUS husband. When a chapter is leaked in advance of the book’s publication, an Online Outrage Fiesta (OOF) ensues via news outlets, blogs, Twitter, troll farms, and everything in between. Witherspoon has his life placed under a microscope. Family secrets are exposed. Now, an anthology has been put together to document Witherspoon’s downfall—and settle the score.
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”an impressive achievement of unflinching honesty from a noteworthy talent, as resonant and relevant as it is entertaining …OOF tugs at the threads that connect American cynicism with radical extremism and weaves a character-rich tapestry of insight …Each voice, whether of a New Yorker journalist or an Internet influencer, is rendered with uncanny fidelity. Perhaps most masterful is that key events are not depicted but merely alluded to, allowing the text to provide an elegant framework for a more personal story painted almost invisibly in the negative space.”– BlueInk Review


Meet Strobe Witherspoon

Witherspoon’s first novel, furtl, was a 2014 Kirkus Reviews book of the year selection. The absurd near future of that novel became not-so-absurd one year later.

Trump Dog: A Wild Tale of Lies, Hair Dye, and Dog Poop

“Trump Dog” is funny fast-paced political satire that takes place several years in the future when people come to believe Donald Trump was reincarnated as a dog. The main character is a struggling, down-on-his-luck freelance artist, named Jerry Kendall. One day Jerry goes to an animal shelter and adopts a big, rambunctious and unruly mutt named Mabel. Through a fluke accident, neighbors and the media come to mistakenly believe that Mabel is the reincarnation of Donald Trump. Even though Jerry knows this belief is untrue, he continues to perpetuate the reincarnation myth for the sake of fame and riches. However, all of the attention to Jerry and “Trump Dog” quickly becomes overwhelming as it wreaks havoc on Jerry’s life. He is confronted regularly with extortionists, attempted dog kidnappers, Trump haters, and Trump-loving fanatics. If you enjoy wacky political humor (especially liberal humor), Trump jokes, or dog humor, this short entertaining book is a must read.


Meet Jim Tilberry

Jim Tilberry writes short, funny, and entertaining books on topics as varied as vegetarianism, dating, and business. His latest book, “Trump Dog,” is political satire that takes place several years in the future. Tilberry lives and works near Chicago.

Queenie’s Teapot

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Now optioned for a movie! The perfect antidote to political blues.
A post-Brexit, post-Trump romp through the world of what-if: In a world where democracy has been declared no longer fit for purpose, a cohort of randomly selected British Republic citizens receive their call to serve in parliament. As the strangers gather to learn their tasks for the next three years, the Cabinet Support Team try to fit jobs to skills–but Queenie can’t do nuffin’. Naturally she becomes head of state. Together the new government muddles through, tackling unrest on the streets and a spot of global bioterrorism in addition to their own journeys of self-discovery.