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Book: Perfect Wedding (Samuel French Acting Edition) by Robin Hawdon
Comedy - Characters: 2 male, 4 female - Interior Set - A man wakes up in the bridal suite on his wedding morning to find an extremely attractive naked girl in bed beside him. In the depths of a stag night hangover, he can't even remember meeting her. Before he can get her out, his bride to be arrives to dress for the wedding and, in the ensuing panic, the girl is locked in the bathroom. The best [...]
 
Book: Zen and the Art of Home Theater Seating - 8 Easy Steps to Choose a Home Theater Chair (Home Theater 101) by Bryan Tarafa
What is home theater seating? If you've ever been to a reclining chair movie theater, you've sat on a theater chair. But this one is for your home. It's a La-Z-Boy with cupholders. A home theater chair is one of the most comfortable, advanced and luxurious parts of your home theater, but ... It's not easy to choose one. The many combinations of leather, USB ports, ambient lighting, sizes, [...]
 
Book: Learning The Basics Of Home Theater by Allan Turner
A beginner's guide to the world of home theater. A book for those who want to setup their own home theater system but aren't sure where to start or what is needed. Learn things like: What you will need and how to get it setup and working correctly. What the various parts that make up a home theater system are in a way that is easy to understand. Why we need products like an Av receiver and how [...]
 
Book: Dark Cinema - A Movie Theater of Werewolves by Markus Guy Siegele
First, it was a law firm run by werewolves. Now, it's a movie theater run by vicious creatures that have the intentions of devouring innocent human beings. In a small, secluded upstate New York town a new movie theater called the Forest Haven 10 has just opened for business. The bizarre and mysterious establishment that's set out in the deep forest will slowly draw the attention to people of [...]
 
Book: Murder in the Theater (Cold Creek Mysteries Book 4) by Christa Nardi
The drama program has never been so dramatic. It'd be the season to be jolly if only someone hadn't set the stage for murder. When a student is arrested for the crime, Professor Sheridan Hendley is cast in the role of amateur sleuth. Tensions run high, friendships are strained, and the college administration is beginning to panic. As the plot thickens Sheridan is yet again drawn deeper into [...]
 
Book: An English Custom by James Henry
Major Rupert Stonely came home after a dubious career selling surplus army equipment. Unfortunately, the army didn't know that. He had also expected to inherit his late mother's estate; she, it seemed, had other ideas. Rupert was about to be usurped by a glorified-waiter and he, quite literally, didn't have the balls to do anything about it. Timothy Montague however, did - he just didn't know how [...]
 
Book: Little Miss HISTORY Travels to FORD'S THEATER (Volume 4) by Barbara Ann Mojica
A single shot rings out; laughter turns to tears. President Abraham Lincoln is assassinated, and history is changed forever. The theater is closed and later collapses. Is Ford's Theater forever cursed or will it rise again to greater glory? Winner of the 2015 Independent Author Network Award for Outstanding Nonfiction Children's Book.
 
Book: Press Attention (2) by L.T.W. Lucas
So, you want front page news coverage? Then you need to put on a show. In this case, a fashion show. With much to organise and excitement mounting, we follow Eva, the owner of a small town boutique, through the highs (and a fair amount of lows), as she works her way from booking the venue, right through to the final performance. It's a comedy of errors. So will it be all right on the night? What [...]
 
Book: A Tunnel is Only a Hole on Its Side (The Hole Trilogy) by James Minter
British Humor at its best Book II of the Hole Trilogy This book follows in the tradition of great British classics, such as Fawlty Towers, Blott on the Landscape, and other brilliant examples of British eccentricities at their most ridiculous and enjoyable. The novel continues the ongoing animosity between Colin Griggs and Major Woods, who are at loggerheads following their previous encounters. [...]
 
Book: Mirror Talk by Barbara Alfaro
Mirror Talk is more a coming to my senses memoir than a coming-of-age story. As a young actress in New York I had some bizarre experiences in off-Broadway productions and later, some hilarious ones as a director in semi-professional and community theatre. While a middle-aged college student, I discovered something I'd suspected a long while - I had exactly the wrong temperament for an actress and [...]
 
Book: The Hole Opportunity (The Hole Trilogy) by James Minter
Colin and Izzy Griggs' traditional farming way of life is under threat from red tape from Brussels and Whitehall. Taking inspiration from a doughnut, Colin sets up a "Hole Farming Business". His first job is to supply 18 holes for the newly refurbished golf course. Colin's ineptness leads to a number of incidents surrounding the grand opening, creating an arch enemy of the Club's Captain: Major [...]
 
Book: The Music of the Night by Amanda Ashley
Cristie Matthews is obsessed with all things related to The Phantom of the Opera. On her once-in-a-lifetime trip to Paris, she visits the Palais Garnier to see the play. After the performance, she hides, remaining in the empty building to absorb the history and relive the haunting story once again. Then she sees him! But how can that be? He is a myth, a legend. Or is he? Previously published in [...]
 
Book: A Pig With Three legs by David Turri
This is a story full of bad jokes because those are the only ones Tommy Dugdale, a failed stand-up comic, knows. Alec Swipple, assistant-manager in Human Resources (although he possesses very few of them himself) at a London firm is Tommy's long-suffering best mate. The third player in this farce is tough-as-nails Gillian, Tommy's girlfriend. She likes Tommy because he makes her laugh. (Just [...]
 
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: The Sparrow Conundrum by Bill Kirton
Winner in the Humor and Satire category of Big Al's Books and Pals Readers' Choice Awards 2012. Winner of the Humor category in the 2011 Forward National Literature Awards. Chris Machin isn't his name, not to the bottom feeders in Aberdeen squabbling over North Sea oil and gas contracts. He has a code name - Sparrow - and when his garden explodes, he takes flight, plunging the power struggle into [...]
 
Book: Confessions of a Flash Artist by Renald Iacovelli
In Confessions of a Flash Artist, performance artist Dr. Humphrey Humdinger makes the case for "Dramatic Exposure" as an avant-garde art form capable of achieving new heights of dramatic expression. How he invented this art, his first crude attempts in it, his final mastery of it, and all the aesthetic and philosophical notions that occurred to him along the way, make his memoir a groundbreaking [...]
 
Book: Dog Years Within the Curse of 7. Seven Plays by Xavier Cockroachal Damon
Seven Plays. "Off With the Head", an absurdist styled comedy about what is quite likely the absolute worst king in history. In "Dung", a full length play, Roger and Pith are supposed to go out but they can't because someone is outside the door. Eventually the someone leaves and Pith says now they should go out. Roger says if they do, and make just one wrong step it will land them in a someplace [...]
 
Book: Dance Over Me - Will the bright lights of the stage steal her away? by Candee Fick
Selah Awards Finalist Danielle Lefontaine, a fledgling actress raised to the lullaby of Broadway, searches for her long-lost brother and her place on the stage. But when a jealous cast member threatens to drop the curtain on her dreams, Danielle fears her one brilliant moment in the spotlight is about to become a dim memory. Alex Sheridan is living his dream playing the trumpet, helping run his [...]
 
Book: South Beach Riot by Bob Domonkos
South Beach Riot is an absurd, over-the-top farce about life in the hottest spot in the U.S.-- South Miami beach. I've lived on Collins Avenue and been witness to some of the craziest human interactions imaginable. Anybody who likes Carl Hiassen books, murder mysteries, and side-splitting comedies will get a kick out of these characters. And although on the surface the book is very slapstick, [...]
 
Book: CommWealth by Michael D. Smith
The CommWealth system, introduced just six months previously, has created a society in which there is no legal claim to any kind of private property. Any object from your house to the clothes you're wearing can be demanded by anyone, to be enjoyed for thirty days before anyone else can request it. As actors in the Forensic Squad theatrical troupe adapt to this giddy chaos, CommWealth probes their [...]
 
Book: Happy Utopia Day, Joe McCarthy by J.T. Lundy
An unstable president declares a Fake National Emergency to build a border wall. Only an unlikely hero can save the American people from unbridled totalitarianism. 2014 Thurber Prize for American Humor Semi-Finalist 2014 Reader's Favorite Silver Award Winner, Humor 2013 IndieFab Bronze Award Winner, Thriller & Suspense 2013 BOTYA - Foreword Book of the Year Finalist, Action & Adventure Combining [...]
 
Book: Home to Chapel Springs by Ane Mulligan
2017 Selah Awards Nominee Chapel Springs: where anything can happen, and usually does. "Claire and her best friend Patsy are as lovable as ever; even with all the new problems they face, they keep their sense of humor. The storyline is believable, and readers will identify with issues that are mentioned in the book. Mulligan writes with humor and wit. This book does not disappoint." - Romantic [...]
 
Book: Fall Again - Beginnings by Donna Figueroa
A Classic Love Story - "This is not a modern romance novel, it is - something more - a love story. A love story that weaves us into the - lives of the characters until we don't want to leave their world, a love - story that engages us to cry at their fictional pain and laugh at their - triumphs." -Amazon Review "I could truly not wait to continue a chapter and plunge myself - whole heartedly back [...]
 
Book: Fall Again - Lost Boy - Marc the Interim Years 1989-2010 by Donna Figueroa
The Fall Again series continues... The worst day of Marc Guiro's life was the day Lauren Phillips walked out of it. After a stressful visit home to Montreal, Marc is anxious to return to New York City. When he learns that Lauren has left New York for good, he's devastated, but knows he must move on with his life. But that life will test him time and time again until he's compelled to go in search [...]
 
Book: Day of the Living Pizza (A Smarts & Dewdrop Mystery) by Vickie Johnstone
A comedy zombie story to sink your teeth into... Detective Smarts of Crazy Name Town has a problem. Doctor Boring and his receptionist have been bumped off, and the only clues at the scene are some olives, tomatoes, mushrooms and a sprinkle of oregano. With the townsfolk dropping like flies and strange figures stumbling down the streets, Officer Dewdrop has an idea. Also available in paperback - [...]
 
Book: The Piano Player by Carolyn Niethammer
When well-bred Mary Rose follows her dream to rowdy 1882 Tombstone, she quickly discovers that her sheltered life has not prepared her for the challenges of being a piano player in The Bird Cage Theater. Help comes from her landlady, Nellie Cashman, proprietor of The Russ House. Though vastly different, the two women both must thrive in world outside of society's norms. Upon leaving Tombstone [...]
 
Book: Lethal Assumed - Lost Tome Found by Jeffrey Underwood
This is a story that synthesizes the big and the small in the Forbidden Tome. The time in Lethal Assumed has now become present day Seattle, the Emerald City by the sea. A beautiful, young ballerina develops uncertainties about her lover, Marius. In her search for the truth of his fidelity to her, she journeys fearfully and far. There is much mystery that propels her forward. She has allies who, [...]
 
Book: Family First-A Father's Legacy by Lloyd Casey
Family First-A Father's Legacy was written from 1980 to 2010. It is an account of one family's life during the 20tb century. The family consists of a father, mother, five sons and two daughters. The seven children were born from 1950 to 1969. Lloyd Casey wrote to his seven children so they would know more about him and have a written account to pass on to grandchildren and great-grandchildren. [...]
 
Book: A Tribute to the 109th Evacuation Hospital (SM) by Dr. James Van Keuren and Mark A. Walters
This is the untold story of the 109th Evacuation Hospital (SM) which provides the reader with a piece of history about evacuation hospital semi-mobile units and my father-in-law's experiences during World War II. The veteran's interviews painted a picture of teamwork close to the front lines. Here the danger was so palpable and close to our young soldiers, as told by a nurse: " The boys were only [...]
 
Book: Life in Chapel Springs (Chapel Springs Saga Book 4) by Ane Mulligan
Is it a midlife pregnancy or cancer? Claire will keep her secret until she's sure but it's not easy. Neither is trying to buy a home pregnancy test without anyone finding out. Between her twins double wedding, the caterer canceling, a looming nationwide art tour and her health, Claire's life is upside down. Shy Lacey Dawson was happily writing murder mysteries for the community theater with her [...]
 
Book: Royal Command Family Saga - Plus Sizzling Sunset by Sarah Stuart
A saga to captivate fans of Claire Macintosh, Susan Lewis, and Lianne Moriarty. 18+ only. Michael, a poverty-stricken amateur actor/singer, makes it to superstar, abetted by Elspeth, his beloved wife. Michael faces an overwhelming celebrity lifestyle, whilst The Spy, a sensationalist journalist, spearheads media attacks. Elspeth, only daughter of a wealthy Scottish laird, persuades Clement, a [...]
 
Book: Chase Danger - Super Spy - Mystery of the Special Sauce (#1) by Lisa Olivera
Join 6-year-old super-spy Chase Danger on his very first illustrated adventure. Chase Danger is the world's youngest super spy - ready to fight villains wherever they appear. In his first adventure he battles a giant octopus and terrifying scorpion, builds a super flying car, takes a quick trip to space, and befriends Ali Bali - a mysterious 6-year-old girl that helps him along the way. Chase [...]
 
Book: Pirates of the Danube by David J. Schmidt
"Pirates of the Danube" comes riding into town on the sticky, dubiously-stained coattails of the "Fifty Shades of Grey" series, offering a prophetic, satirical look at how low our standards have sunk. This work of comic farce presents a satire of the entire romance - erotica genre, taking shots at supermarket dime novels, Fabio-emblazoned book covers, and "S & M for housewives" alike. Readers of [...]
 


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