Tag: satire

Tales from the Melancholy Pocket

Tales from the Melancholy Pocket

| May 18, 2017

Tales from the Melancholy Pocket Here is a short decription: The collection Tales from the Melancholy Pocket consists of fifteen short stories, which explore humanity and compassion and deal with lives of ordinary people who often live on the edge of the law.The protagonists in these stories are for example: an ageing prostitute, a man […]

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How to Avoid Huge Ships: A Comic Book Parody

How to Avoid Huge Ships: A Comic Book Parody

| May 15, 2017

Don’t look now, but there could be a huge ship sneaking up RIGHT BEHIND YOU Download this book instantly to your Kindle and figure out a solution in the next 30 seconds. “How to Avoid Huge Ships: A Comic Book Parody” will solve all of your life’s problems. Guaranteed. Do you: Find yourself lying awake […]

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The Shrinkage Situation: A Comedic Novel

The Shrinkage Situation: A Comedic Novel

| May 6, 2017

After a hometown grocery store’s puzzling acquisition by a pioneering eCommerce conglomerate, one man becomes suspicious when the grocery store’s best employees – including himself – are fired. Shrinkage Situation follows this man’s hilarious and thought-provoking journey to find his footing in a world now dominated by invasive tech start-ups, disinterested millennials, and repulsive health […]

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The Faulty Process of Electing a Senior Class President

The Faulty Process of Electing a Senior Class President

| April 11, 2017

The official satire of the 2016 elections See why readers are saying, “Terrific”  “Loved this”  A must read”   “A home run” Two candidates no one wants to vote for. An election the students want to forget about. A story everyone can identify with. United Exceptionalism is known far and wide as being the greatest prep […]

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Maze Runner: Parody – The Dazed Runner

Maze Runner: Parody – The Dazed Runner

| April 6, 2017

Whether You Loved Or Hated The Maze Runner, You’ll Laugh At The Dazed Runner Experience the ultimate Maze Runner parody in graphic novel form! Oh, the modern young adult dystopian novel. From The Hunger Games to Divergent to The Giver this is a genre that is hot as it can get. Fans of all ages […]

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Developing Minds: An American Ghost Story

Developing Minds: An American Ghost Story

| October 30, 2016

-#1 Amazon Best Seller (“Satire” and “Urban Life” Kindle categories) -Winner of 2015 Stargazer Literary Prizes (Visionary and Metaphysical Fiction category) -Bronze medal winner of 2016 FAPA President’s Awards (Adult eBook category) DEVELOPING MINDS: AN AMERICAN GHOST STORY follows a group of recent college graduates who struggle with feelings of alienation and their addictions as […]

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Finding Home

Finding Home

| April 25, 2016

Twenty-four year old Phoebe Hawley is on a quest to find her family a home. On the road with two siblings, twelve year-old Maydean and five year-old Willie-Boy, Phoebe is out of money, out of gas and out of patience. Now the only things she owns in abundance are Hawley backbone and Hawley pride–neither of […]

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9 Lovers for Emily Spankhammer

9 Lovers for Emily Spankhammer

| April 12, 2016

When winsome young Emily’s beau is taken from her by an infected beaver bite, she is left both devastated and heavy with child. Driven by revenge, the fantastically attractive southern belle takes the insurance money and opens a ranch. But are a best-selling range of beaver merchandise and combat with her rebellious daughter enough to […]

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Colin Preston Rocked And Rolled

Colin Preston Rocked And Rolled

| July 27, 2015

“Colin’s voice lifts from the page–young and inexperienced, star-crossed…Murray draws Colin with immediate emotional pungency, and he doesn’t lose the beat…A coming-of-age story with plenty of sting, where love is not only blind, but it blindsides.” – Kirkus Reviews A Poignant Story You Won’t Forget About College Life… FALL SEMESTER. BEST FRIENDS FOREVER. FRAT PARTIES. […]

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Zombie Lolita (A Collection of Short Stories)

Zombie Lolita (A Collection of Short Stories)

| April 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

From the writer of the Life is a Beautiful Thing series comes a short story collection that explores the depths of human delusion, both good and bad. In “My Machine Doll,” a Japanese man confesses his love for an android he picked up at an electronic store in Akihabara. In “Zombie Lolita,” a hopeful writer […]

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