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Book: The Illustrated Book of Funny Old Sayings - Everyday phrases and their origins by Sally Mooney
Have you ever wondered why we say, "It's raining cats and dogs" and other funny old sayings like, "Don't look a gift horse in the mouth"? Often we know what they mean, but do we know where they originated? Well in this book, you are about to find out! For example, when we want to wish someone a good nights sleep, people often say, "Night night, sleep tight." Who would have thought that this dates [...]
 
Book: Plain Jane Wanted - A gorgeous, funny, heart-warming love story about starting over. (English Channel Book 1) by Rose Amberly
ob: Unattractive woman wanted to work for a grumpy old man on a small rustic island where cars are illegal. To Millie who just lost everything, including all her confidence, the vacancy sounds ideal. With nothing but a little courage, she sails to find a new start. What she finds is an island so beautiful it awakens her dreams of a wild herb cafe. She also finds friendships, laughter and a new [...]
 
Book: The Earl and the Merchant's Daughter by Margaret Bennett
Due to her father's investment acumen, Lucy Swinton finds herself a guest at a duke's country house party. Still, she knows her place, for the nobility frown on their titled sons marrying a merchant's daughter. The Earl of Camberley, a renowned rake, is expected to propose to a young lady of his mother's choosing. But Camberley can't bring himself up to scratch. Instead, he drinks himself into a [...]
 
Book: Foiling the Earl's Affair by Margaret Bennett
Lady Meghan Charlton, a bluestocking who can't see without her spectacles, takes up residence with Lady Farringdon for the Season and becomes embroiled in her matchmaking hostess's plan to keep the Earl of Daventry from proposing to a young debutante. Unfortunately, Lady Farringdon refuses to let Meg wear her spectacles, as she is convinced that is why Meg is still unwed. Julian, the Earl of [...]
 
Book: Barbershop Jargon - An inside view by Susie Fulbright
Barbershop Jaron is a journey from fifty plus years of running a barbershop. My husband is the co-owner and has worked in the barbershop since 1968. This book offers history, fun barbershop stories and topics, written in two years time. The title is based on the funny stories of which are true. I chose the cover as it is the front of the barbershop. The hardest part of writing this piece was [...]
 
Book: Summers' Love - A Cute and Funny Cinderella Love Story by Stu Summers
Best-selling romance author Stu Summers expects fawning praise and flirtatious smiles from his female fans, but when his editor at New York's Little Brown Pelican informs Stu that his latest manuscript is a poor imitation of a Nicholas Sparks novel, Stu's carefully crafted career begins to unravel. Stu has one week to deliver a complete rewrite of Lap Dog Love that meets his editor's demanding [...]
 
Book: OFFBEAT JAPAN by John Lander
Offbeat Japan - An Exploration of the Quirky and Outlandish Using Offbeat Japan, visitors will find restaurants decorated with monsters, festivals where people dress up as cartoon characters, bathe in green tea or wine. Live it up at raucous festivals devoted to phallic symbols. Though the perception of Japan is often rather serious and sober - the country has a bent for the quirky. Japan has [...]
 
Book: Time Out for Patches by Kristi Nielsen
Patches, grew from a baby to a curious and hungry goat. He explores the neighborhood and has to be rescued by the Fire Department and then by Animal Control. He serves his time out but seems to never learn. Despite the trouble he causes, he is much loved by the young girl who owns him. When she receives a time out for throwing her soccer ball in the house and breaking a vase, she wants to serve [...]
 
Book: If Cows Were Blue by Kristi Nielsen
If Cows Were Blue is a fanciful story, where creativity takes life. Children are fascinated by the idea that cows could be blue instead of black and white. They are even more intrigued by the idea of them flying. After all, didn't the cow jump over the moon. If Cows Were Blue gives new opportunities to airborne cows. It is an adventurous story that ignites a child's imagination.Are the answers to [...]
 
Book: L'orignal et l'oie (French Edition) by Kristi Nielsen
L'orignal et l'oie: French Edition of The Moose and the Goose The engaging storyline features three ionic animals the moose, the Canada goose, and the beaver. Inspires respect for nature and the environment. L'orignal et l'oie shows the value of cooperation and celebrates diversity.The story contains educational content. The fun fact pages at the back of the book provide additional content for [...]
 
Book: The Busy Artist by Kristi Nielsen
The Busy Artist The Busy Artist is an ideal first book for young children. Even before a toddler is ready to listen to a book, the illustrations are fun and engage toddlers and pre-school children alike. It has very few words per page, making it easy for young children to listen to adults reading it. This also makes it an easy book for an early reader. Older children will learn the days of the [...]
 
Book: Roro Goes Around the World - How a little parrot makes his dream come true (and asked me that I dare you to go and do it too) - best for kids 2 to 95 ...
Roro is a parrot from a small village in Brazil, who dreams about exploring the world. He is eager to meet new friends and to try out their favorite things to do together. The journey takes him through fifteen diverse countries on four continents, where he meets local animals and picks up what they have to offer - from playing ball with red kangaroos in Australia to having lunch with a family of [...]
 
Book: Goodbye Dinosaur - Why Dinosaurs are Extinct by Kristi Nielsen
A fun story about Eons-ago when the world was flat and dinosaurs roamed the world. The domestic animals had arrived on earth but the only dinosaur left was an aggressive carnivore who threatened their existence. His attempt to eat each of the domestic animals is met with failure as the domestic animals go to great length to escape his huge jaws. The domestic animals survive by taking [...]
 
Book: Bygone Buffoonery - The Real Fake History by Jeff Charlebois
Did you know that mankind was nearly doomed when treasonous animals - on Noah's Ark attempted a mutiny? Or that the entire Roman Empire - nearly unraveled when a crackpot Caesar swooned for--and married--his - horse? Were you aware that a flamboyant cowboy subdued bloodthirsty - gunslingers with a two-step? What about the vaudevillian hack juggler who - received his first standing ovation in a [...]
 
Book: Life Is a Funny Thing by Jeff Charlebois
Author and comedian JEFF CHARLEBOIS has just released his second humor book. A clever and whimsical look at everyday topics told from the vantage point of an off-the-wall, borderline-sane comic. From the stage to the page, Jeff began writing humor articles for Ability Magazine in 1995 and has compiled some of his favorite pieces. The silly humorist covers it all as he pulls the sheets down to [...]
 
Book: The Impossible Governess (A Clean Regency Historical Romance) by Margaret Bennett
After just one disastrous London Season, Georgeanne finds herself alone and in financial straits after her father suddenly dies. Now she's forced to earn her own way in the world, but her good looks and aristocratic upbringing make it near impossible for her to maintain a position. Her last hope is governess to Lord Raynor's five year old niece, a sullen and tantrum prone orphan. Now Georgeanne [...]
 
Book: The Hopeless Hoyden (A Historical, Regency Romance) by Margaret Bennett
Emily is a country bred miss and a misfit in the haute ton of Regency London While picking berries one day, she overhears two men plotting to kill Gabriel, the Viscount Lindemann. Fearing for her life, she flees, running through the woods, and encounters the Viscount himself. Mistaking him for one of her pursers, she welds a large stick and nearly unmans him. Home from fighting Napoleon, Gabriel [...]
 
Book: The Dog With The Bakelite Nose - (Not about dogs) by Ian Hutson
Ten slightly mouldy slices of England's brilliant future failures, each successfully consigned to the pre-apologetic, more successful past. Wonderfully tragic beginnings meet gruesomely happy endings, miserable lives wallow in cheerful second chances. Old-fashioned blokes, being blokes, doing awfully modern bloke things such as inventing stuff and exploring space, but with not a caricature or [...]
 
Book: Cheerio, and thanks for the apocalypse by Ian Hutson
It's not easy being a vegetarian ray of positivity and social sunshine after the apocalypse. For one thing, meat's easier to come by than broccoli. Seven awfully English tales of life just that one step too far into your future. I went there so that you wouldn't have to. Once upon a time you could rely on death and taxes, but now it's only taxes. Old age is rotten, life never ends and croaking [...]
 
Book: Hungary For Adventure (1 Book 2) by L.T.W.
Divorced, and finding life rather dull, Tiffany decides to make a move. One that will take her to Hungary with a man she has only recently met on an internet dating site. The rest of the family think she's lost the plot. Who leaves their cosy life in a leafy Dorset village to venture out over the border on into unknown territory? Eva certainly wouldn't, and neither would the rest of the family. [...]
 
Book: Runaway Love (The Love Series Book 2) by Chrissy Snyder
Kalina Limmler radiates strength and love. She chooses to leave behind everything that she knows and loves to embark on a new life. An adventure.Arriving in a new country and feeling vulnerable, with English as her second language, she realizes that nothing is as it seems. She starts to rebuild her life, finding some friends and a job she likes, finally allowing herself some room to breathe. When [...]
 
Book: Dennis Bisskit and the Man from Paris with the Very Large Head by Stephen Ainley
1969 - Man is about to set foot upon the moon. Meanwhile, momentous events are also taking place in the West Midlands. Weddings, funerals, hereditary hair loss, M. J. K. Smith's cricket bat, a missing masterpiece; dastardly deeds are taking place, above and below the streets of Birmingham. The police are baffled. This looks like a job for Dudley's finest, Bisskit and Blackshaw - private [...]
 
Book: The Spinster and the Spy (A Clean Regency Historical Romance) by Margaret Bennett
Miss Jane Colborne is firmly on the shelf, much to the chagrin of her brother, Viscount Ridditch, who sees her independence as highly unseemly. While taking a moonlight stroll at a house party, she stumbles upon a notorious rake spying on French traitors. Afterwards, she offers her services to the Home Office to help catch an English turncoat, turning her dull life as a spinster into one of [...]
 
Book: Foundations, Funny Business & Murder (A Stacie Maroni Mystery Book 2) by Christa Nardi
The best of intentions shouldn't include murder. An HR specialist and trauma counselor, Stacie is on the board of a fledgling non-profit foundation set up to benefit victims of domestic violence. After a slashed tire, attempted break in, and a murder, Stacie isn't buying coincidental bad karma. Someone wants her off the board - at any cost. Her fancy surveillance equipment, impressive alarm [...]
 
Book: Carpet Diem - or How to Save the World by Accident by Justin Lee Anderson
"Addictive and extremely witty. Must read now! 5 STARS." SciFiNow "Anderson's writing is a joy to behold. If you enjoyed 'Good Omens' then you'll LOVE this book!" British Fantasy Society *Winner of the 2018 Audie Award for Humor* An Amazon UK Top 10 bestseller: #2 Fantasy & Sci-Fi #1, Humour #1, Contemporary Fantasy #1 Good and Evil do not exist. Men and women are different species. God and Satan [...]
 
Book: A Lady's Dilemma Or The Dandy and Lady Penelope by Margaret Bennett
Having worked with Wellington's troops on the continent, Lord Maxwell Aldwyn is recruited by the War Office to capture a spy circulating among London's ballrooms. As a cover, he decides to reinvent himself as a dandy. His father, the Duke of Blackmoor, is appalled by his son's transformation, especially when Max discovers he enjoys playing a Pink of the Ton. He also discovers his interest in a [...]
 
Book: Trot On! - ‘frank, funny, sometimes tragic’ (Sell the Pig) by Tottie Limejuice
'frank, funny, sometimes tragic' The Sell the Pig Series - where it all began - 'Trot on!' is a familiar phrase to riding instructors everywhere. Why not adjust your stirrups, shorten your reins and join Tottie Limejuice, author of the popular Sell the Pig series of travel memoirs, as she takes you on a ride through more of her adventures. Even if you're not horsey, Tottie's tales of running a [...]
 
Book: The Canine Liberation Movement - Because Love is a Four-Legged Word (The WOOF Books Book 1) by Katie Bryan
Love dogs? Meet Max! A laugh out loud, heartwarming dog rescue story that will make your day a whole lot happier. Sophie and Max: Becoming a dog mom. When Sophie Zinelli answers her phone in the middle of the night, she never expects to be asked to rescue a mistreated dog. She's a busy career woman and knows absolutely nothing about owning a dog, let alone a bossy, sly, and smart-alecky German [...]
 
Book: Meatballs, Mayhem, and Max - And a Crazy Little Thing Called Love (The WOOF Books Book 2) by Katie Bryan
Recipe: Mix one huge Italian family with a bossy German shepherd who wants to run their business and you'll get a recipe for chaos, love, and heartwarming laughter. What will Sophie Zinelli's family do when they find out she's bringing home a dog and giving him a job in their family's restaurant? Max's vet insists Max needs a job. But what kind of a job can a huge, wily, neurotic dog like Max get [...]
 
Book: Bernie's Bad Jokes by J. E. Bright
I've always loved jokes, even (maybe especially) the bad ones, the ones that make you laugh and groan simultaneously. I adore the turn of a clever pun, or a play on words, combining surprise elements that tickle the funny bone. When I was a kid, I took dozens of joke books out of the library, and memorized them, bothering my parents and brothers with barrages of kooky wisecracks until they [...]
 
Book: Ghoul School by Mary Vigliante Szydlowski
P.S. 19 is out of control! Students at the elementary school are running wild! They're loud, rude, and refuse to follow the rules. Floors are flooded. The cafeteria ceiling is covered with food. And things are starting to explode! They'd rather prank their teachers than pay attention and learn. The teachers and staff are at their wit's end. What can they do? They've heard about a new company that [...]
 
Book: To Catch a Thief - A Short Historical Romance by Elizabeth Bailey
This short story was born out of a play I wrote when I was teaching and directing drama at a school. We used to turn into a theatre company and one year I wrote Hugo Spiffing and the Case of the Dying Swan, which was a spoof murder mystery set in the 1920s. I enjoyed the style so much, I kind of rewrote Hugo and turned him into Kenton Lane, amateur detective. It's not a murder mystery, but Kent [...]
 
Book: Annie's 7 Swans a Swimming (The Annie McCauley Romantic Comedy Mystery Series) by Willee Amsden
Annie McCauley knows there's no place like home for Christmas. But with just a few days to go, she's far away from West Texas. The daughter of Ray and Anne McCauley, formerly Rayanne and now known as Annie McCauley, is living in New York City where her modeling career has stalled. She's not worried, because she has a plan. She'll finish her latest gig for the Grolsch Agency as the Snow Queen and [...]
 
Book: We're Not Write - Two Sibs Misusing Technology by Cass Alexander and C.C. Edwards
"It was the best of texts, it was the worst of texts ..." From accidentally propositioning a friend's mom for a ball massage to finding a booger in a cup of coffee, We're Not Write offers a variety of hilarious anecdotes between siblings, Cass and C.C. Bear witness to their digital correspondence, insults, and major life faux pas in this laugh-out-loud collection.
 
Book: Rhinestones on My Flip-Flops - Choosing Extravagant Joy in the Midst of Everyday Mess-Ups by Jane Jenkins Herlong
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