Alexandra Forever 2291, Book One, The Strange Matter of the Red Dwarf

Alexandra Forever 2291, Book One, The Strange Matter of the Red Dwarf - ASIN B08DM6XB5S

This sci fi adventure opens on the crest of a gravity tsunami, when a red dwarf star system punches through the fabric of space-time and barrels toward the Milky Way Galaxy. The Early Warning Centre can only watch helplessly as colonized space braces for impact. 

Questions arise. Is it merely a star system? Or, is something else altogether?

The dire situation takes an unforeseen twist in this science fantasy when an SOS transmission from a long-lost experimental starship, The Invictus, is traced to the sole planet orbiting the red dwarf.  

Alexandra, Post Office Marshal and living goddess, is in an action-packed race against time when she is conscripted to retrieve either the Invictus itself or, failing that, it’s top-secret data, before the ship is lost to imminent galactic collision, or worse, falls into the wrong hands. 

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The Hack

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?  Sometimes the best lessons are learned in the most terrible ways. ?

This is a story about two writers. 

One is published, rich, and famous; the other, unpublished, poor, and unknown.

The rich guy is me, Max McMillan. I’m the greatest hack ever. I swear I am.

On most days, I walk around the house naked and publish best-selling books every few months or whatever.

The women come and go like it’s a goddamn whorehouse. But I’m thinking about marriage. See, there’s this girl. She’s got a name, but I can’t remember it. I call her Cowgirl Up. It suits her well. 

I don’t love her because I don’t think I can. I only love four people: my poor writer friend, Jack, his wife, Jane, and their two kids, Lucy and Nathan.

I hate everyone else. 

Did I say Jane is dying from cancer?

And I hate cancer.

This is my story. It’s absurd and outrageous. It really is.

If you’re an asshole like me, you’ll really love this story. I swear you will. It’s that crazy.

And if you buy this book, I just might buy myself another Corvette. (Hell, at least you know that I’m also honest.)

Goddamn, I fucking hate cancer.

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The Source: Origins

They used something greater, and they exclaimed, “Let us control the stars!”

And they became so great that they created life itself.

The Gods above have conferred upon the Dominion an extraordinary power: the Source. Yet only few are able to harness its energy. A society divided since the Dread Days clings to a relative stability that the Council of Five has been tasked to safeguard.

But now, the balance of power is threatened once more. Puzzling attacks leave villages destroyed, and two Council members are brutally assassinated. The Dominion struggles to avoid the violence, war, and terror it faced in prior centuries.

While following an eclectic cast of individuals, amid complex plots and counterplots, enter a medieval futuristic world, where the innocent and the corrupt, the wise and the ignorant, the strong and the weak, are challenged by myths and secrets of their past.

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VENT

Controversial, groundbreaking, and highly acclaimed VENT is the first ever reader participation book. During the story about two totally diverse people accidentally meeting and subsequently forming a heartwarming relationship, the reader(in the print version) is asked to circle either YES or NO to questions that run the gauntlet from the pertinent, to the ridiculous, and at times scandalous topics we obsess and frustrate ourselves over. For the ebook you mentally answer either YES or NO to the questions. Following the questions are several blank lines to either write or verbalize your personal opinion on the topic without the fear of being interrupted by someone who wants to force their beliefs on you. VENT is funny, sarcastic, political, and also brings to light many topics the mainstream media ignores that everyone should be aware of.

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Blending In A Tale of Homegrown Terrorism

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Terrorists as we know them are social misfits. Undisciplined. Extremists seeking martyrdom.

But what if terrorists were well-trained, level-headed, and appeared innocuous? If they rejected martyrdom and valued escape to attack another day?

Enter Stickman and Maple. Your next-door neighbors. Trained, disciplined and blending in. Homegrown and hell-bent on bringing down the government.

Blending In follows these anti-heroes as they launch their murderous attacks on “soft” targets – a press conference in DC, an iconic mall in the Heartland. Hundreds die and fear grips the nation, while other extremists join their horrific crusade.

Can they be stopped?

Not Your Mother’s Goose

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Not Your Mother’s Goose proves that fairy tales and nursery rhymes aren’t just for kids anymore. Envision it as the Cliffs Notes of children’s stories — if Cliffs Notes was overtaken by Dave Barry or the folks at The Onion. Not Your Mother’s Goose is a series of totally irreverent, mega-sarcastic fairy tale recaps, along with a host of hilarious fake news stories and headlines ranging from Rapunzel getting a bikini wax to Old MacDonald bombing on Wheel of Fortune after only buying vowels. Mix in illustrations reminiscent of Gary Larson’s classic Far Side cartoons, and you’re left with a madcap read that will leave you laughing all the way from Rumpelstiltskin’s Twitter feed to Humpty Dumpty’s Facebook page (where Jack is still trying to grow a beanstalk—in FarmVille).

Trump Cop

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Trump – Love Him or Hate Him? Fact or Pulp Fiction?

In an alternate universe, Donald Trump travels through time righting wrongs and displaying acts of heroism, while wooing the ladies.

In this lurid tale, Trump is a feared Dirty Harry-style Police Inspector and one of NYPD’s finest, who has a serial killer and kidnapper to track down amidst a grisly set of murders, in a steaming hot New York City, 1981.

This fast-paced story places our hero in a series of predicaments that only Inspector Trump can overcome in his own inimitable style.

Whether you are a lover or a hater of Donald J. Trump, you’ll be entertained by this adults-only fantasy!

King of the Vultures

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A young man from a small village in Cameroon takes America by storm. Winston Churchill Mbongo has spent years dreaming of playing basketball for Coach Tex Brawner and the Hickston College Vultures. When the opportunity finally arrives, he doesn’t disappoint. A player who stands 7’8″ and handles the ball like a point guard is, of course, a phenomenon of the first order. In addition to examining Mbongo’s talents and character in fine detail, the story uncovers a web of deceit, greed, and lust on the Hickston campus. This hilariously funny and good-natured novel is ultimately a tribute to the healing power of goodness.

Made in America: A Memoir of Complete and Utter Stupidity

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Made in America is the vivid, heartbreaking, and harrowing true story that explores the depths of what life is like when you are a stupid asshole. Buck Brennan always knew he was different. He spent his whole life living a lie, the same way gay kids do before they tell everyone that they are gay. He spent his whole childhood trying to fit in and do things other normal kids would do like have manners, chew with their mouth closed, and not pee all over the toilet seat, but it never felt natural to Buck. Deep down inside he had this burning desire to talk during movies, wipe boogies on the couch, put empty milk cartons back in the fridge, and squeeze the toothpaste from the top. Often times he would find himself just staring off into the distance of a Wal-Mart parking lot, longing for the day when he would be old enough to drive so that he could take up two spaces.
By the time Buck was 11 years old he had a paper route, and every day on that paper route he would forget to give papers to some houses, then give other houses two papers by mistake. Other times he would just say, “fuck it” altogether and throw all the papers off the side of a bank so he could go home and play Nintendo. A week before his 12th birthday Buck was fired and replaced by Phil Buckley, a more competent and reliable 11-year-old who lived down the street. That was 30 years ago.