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Book: If A Passive-Progressive Leads from Behind, he is A Double Oxymoron - A Collection of Satire by Don Storch
If A Passive-Progressive Leads From behind He is a Double Oxymoron, satirically describes how and why a leaderless and rudderless nation is floundering. One could call the messaging by the lead character duplicitous. He is delivering mixed messages that are in conflict with one another and confusing at best. It reflects upon the first six years of President Barack Obama's plethora of double [...]
 
Book: The C Word by Susan Chappelle
From the outside looking in, life as the travel assistant to the CEO of a luxury cruise line might seem exciting. But when the boss and his mistress are embezzling, the owner is laundering and the company lawyer is working a Ponzi scheme to the tune of millions... things can be... complicated. Skye Campbell finds her loyalties stretched between protecting her hard working colleagues and keeping [...]
 
Book: The Pits of Passion by Melissa Bowersock (aka Amber Flame)
Young, nubile Elizabeth Montgomery is too beautiful for her own good. Accosted by lust-struck males every time she appears in public, she is profoundly grateful when sea captain Benjamin Elliott saves her from a would-be ravisher. Her gratitude, however, turns to shock when Elliott himself seduces her and ruins her chances for an honorable marriage. Sealed to the man in an arranged marriage, [...]
 
Book: Waking Up Naked by Grant M. Handgis
Waking up naked is a philosophical metaphor for the condition of finding oneself no longer completely clueless in life, yet without practice, or a plan, and feeling rather socially vulnerable. "Waking Up Naked" takes up where "I Have Mine... Show Me Yours" left off, completing the memoir. A satirical look at life as it is handed each of us, what we do with what we remember of our social training [...]
 
Book: Half Wit by clown
In this erotic surrealist tale of alienation and infatuation, an aimless childlike man is casually manipulated by an enigmatic lover who lures him to a realm of illusions and fantasies. He can't explain why he would do anything to keep her. Has she given him the missing pieces of his humanity or taken something more valuable, his innocence?
 
Book: Throw Aways by Dee Clemons
Soul and Rebecca have lived long and fruitful lives. They share eleven children, all of whom are grown and now living their own lives. Soul notices that Rebecca seems to be becoming sad, quite similar to the way she was when she learned early in their marriage that she was never going to have children of her own. And he realizes that after retirement the farm is not enough to keep him fulfilled. [...]
 
Book: The Gordonston Ladies Dog Walking Club by Duncan Whitehead
Little is what it seems to be in a leafy Savannah neighborhood as members of an afternoon cocktail and dog walking club mourn a neighbor's death. Jealousies surface when friends vie for the widower running for mayor. An old woman with an infamous uncle plots to avenge a wrong. Memories haunt a once successful children's writer. And a model has won the trip of a lifetime. But a killer lurks and [...]
 
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: Snakes in the Swamp - Commentary on the First 100 Days by Don Storch
A concise, insightful commentary on Donald J. Trump's first 100 days as President of the United States. Storch has nailed this period with precision, highlighting events and Trump's accomplishments despite the backlash from the opposition, as well as from his own party. Told in a unique style, Storch explores the bold moves as Trump forges ahead, regardless of the negative press, vowing to keep [...]
 
Book: An Eclectic Journal... Cambodia by Morgan McFinn
This journal consists of more meandering musing from the inimical Morgan McFinn...over 90 entries averaging 600 words each. A buffet of scrumptious literary hors d'oeuvre, so to speak. It was written during the period of a year when McFinn and his wife lived in a wooden, Khmer style bungalow beside the Kampot River in Southwest Cambodia. There are tributes to greatness...John Keats, Fred Astaire [...]
 
Book: The Soda Jerk by Frederick Golder
The world's greatest soda jerk! Says who? Harvey. Harvey Keck's lifelong ambition is to make the world happy, one malted milkshake at a time. His singular ambition is to be known as the world's greatest soda jerk. Problem is, Harvey Keck sees things in his own unique way. He turns logic on its head and displays a stunning lack of self-awareness. He is The Most Oblivious Man with a Plan. Reader [...]
 
Book: I Have Mine...Show Me Yours - A Memoir by Grant M. Handgis
This satirical memoir is based upon real life experiences as they occurred, with all the attendant embarrassments connected therein. Although the story may be real, not all of the characters may be so.. I have taken the liberty of embellishing upon the theme at certain times to accommodate the story, for satirical reasons, yet sadly enough much of the story is all too real. The characters in this [...]
 
Book: Three Green Rats; An Eco Tale by Linda Mason Hunter & Suzanne Summersgill
Second place 2013 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards. Finalist 2012 ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Awards. An urban fantasy for ages 7-11 empowering kids to live a sustainable life in balance with nature. Early chapter book. 40+ illustrations. Glossary. Juvenile Fiction. Ecology. Environment. Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. That's the theme of Three Green Rats. Once inside the fictitious city of Tintown [...]
 
Book: The Daily Skid - The Best Bits by Phil Woods & Steve Smith
TheDailySkid.com is one of the world's most popular satire websites, with fans from Martinique to the USA recently sending some of its daily stories viral across the internet. This book brings together the most loved stories, packaging them ever so comfortably in a book for your viewing pleasure. Find out: - why broccoli is the latest drug craze among teenagers - how an Arabian prince stole a [...]
 
Book: And Tell Tchaikovsky the News by Robert Lamb
Atlanta teenager Billy Randolph is a talented musician whose rich father has sheltered him from all but classical works and the "soft" music played on his radio stations. But then Mr. Randolph hires a black yardman who happens to own a great collection of rock 'n' roll records. In no time at all, Billy is hearing a different drummer and singing a different tune!
 
Book: The Good News - How Revealing Delusions In Christianity Will Bring Peace To All
Jesus VS Christianity - This book "takes Catholicism out of Christianity" by revealing the many false, man-made doctrines of Christianity because Jesus only had two commandments. Jesus's message is quite different than the MANY different messages of Christianity. Trust me, being raised in the heart of the Bible Belt my entire life, I have seen first-hand the divisiveness that Christians feel [...]
 
Book: Leaving Story Avenue - My journey from the projects to the front page by Paul LaRosa
Paul LaRosa was a clueless kid growing up in a Bronx housing project when he discovered there might be more to life. As the projects went from idyllic to dangerous, Paul made his way to The New York Daily News where he became a copyboy and later a reporter. The News was still the largest circulating newspaper in the country but it was in the last, outrageous and often hilarious, gasp of The Front [...]
 
Book: Poolside with Brett - Brett Cornell Mystery by David D. D'Aguanno
Private detective Brett Cornell believes that he's never had it so good. He's been on a winning streak playing poker in private games being held in the back room of one of his favorite night spots. He's recently been "discovered" by an exotic-looking beauty who specializes in home-made adult films. In addition, he's been hired to track down a certain missing husband and bring him back home to his [...]
 
Book: Beach Bum Brett (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
Private detective Brett Cornell decides to go on vacation, and hits the sunny, golden shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean, where he quickly captures the 3 A's (the attention, admiration, & affections) of as many of the lovely young bikini-clad beauties as he could ever desire! So, what could possibly go wrong? Well -- as Brett himself would say -- as sure as rain is wet and water is...well...wet, [...]
 
Book: The Epiphany of Harlan Hoyt by Steve Malone
Navy Captain Pat Kelly was the target for Allan Warren, the world's most popular news anchor; James Warren, the most powerful and ruthless man in the history of the US Congress; and Jennifer Warren, billionaire heiress, who could buy any credibility they needed. Their motives were personal. The opportunity was an espionage scandal at the Office of Naval Intelligence. A televised congressional [...]
 
Book: Brett Enters the Square Circle (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
Where in the world is Stacey Ashton? Stacey herself told her employer that she was leaving for Philadelphia on personal business. But Melanie Foster suspects that the girl has run off to Florida with her husband instead. Enter private detective and self-proclaimed unscrupulous bastard Brett Cornell who attempts to discover Stacey's true whereabouts, only to learn that she may actually have been [...]
 
Book: Brett Gets Hammered (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
The beautiful and alluring Tammy Rankin and her brother Andy were positively grief-stricken when their well-to-do father died of a fatal heart attack. In fact, their grief was intensified when they realized that their young stepmother stood to inherit his vast fortune -- that is, unless they could somehow suggest foul play and pin a murder rap on the woman, notwithstanding her probable innocence. [...]
 
Book: The Fridgularity by Mark A. Rayner
Chill out. It's only the technological singularity. Blake Given's web-enabled fridge has pulled the plug on the Internet, turning its owner's life - and the whole world - upside down. Blake has modest ambitions for his life. He wants to have his job reclassified, so he can join the Creative Department of the advertising firm where he works. And he wants to go out with Daphne, one of the account [...]
 
Book: Do it Yourself Press Releases - Helping to Promote Your Organization by Tracey Allen
This book is designed to provide tips for both the newbie to press releases and even some tips for those at the novice level. As magazine editor for The Network, a professional writer, a marketing instructor (2000-2005) for the University of Prince Edward Island, and certified inbound marketer my experience comes from both sides of the fence. This e-book has advice direct from media from [...]
 
Book: Wedding Bells for Brett (Brett Cornell Mysteries) by David D. D'Aguanno
"Gary N. and Helen W. Trank of 66 Colstone Boulevard take great pleasure in announcing the recent nuptials of their daughter Pamela Ann, and Brett Cornell. . ." The above words appeared in the local newspaper, and thousands of women throughout the city immediately went onto mourning! -- Well, not exactly. But private detective and self-proclaimed unscrupulous bastard Brett Cornell nearly went [...]
 
Book: Children Below Us - Child Trafficking by Blair London
Children Below Us: Child Trafficking is one of Blair's latest crime novels about a very serious problem in America. While reading this crime novel, you may catch yourself thinking : "What happens to missing children?" "Are they dead?" "Are they still alive somewhere?" Children Below Us: Child Trafficking will give you an insight as to where they might be---in your basement, the house next door, a [...]
 
Book: The Orphan Conspiracies - 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy by Lance Morcan
The Orphan Conspiracies: 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy, written by novelists and filmmakers James Morcan & Lance Morcan with a foreword by leading scientist Dr. Takaaki Musha and an afterword by renowned historian Professor Richard Spence, contains hard-to-find knowledge. This non-fiction book is based on the political, scientific and financial insights in the Morcans' [...]
 
Book: Frankenstein Goes to Washington - 2020 by Charles Frankhauser
A reporter interviews Max von Frankenstein during a question and answer session to learn if Max intends to run for The White House in the 2020 election. Slick Sam, known by his associates as Scam Man, plans to manage the campaign. Max von Frankenstein was assembled from body parts by a German doctor that fled to a castle in Peru after the Second World War. Max's thoughts and actions are [...]
 
Book: TRUMP FANTASY WALL ROMANCE by Charles Frankhauser
Billy Bob Handsome lives at Texas Mile Marker 103. He learns that The White House is known as The Peoples' House, so he moves to Washington DC. A White House staffer recognizes him in a Georgetown bar from the sound of the Texas tang in his voice. Gloria Gorgeous was named Jane Jones when she lived at Mile Marker103. A torrid love affair draws Billy Bob into accepting a secret assignment to lead [...]
 
Book: Love on Air (Rivals in Love Book 4) by P.C. Zick
Two TV newscasters find common ground in their pursuit of the story. But their methods for coping with horrific news collide during a shooting at Navy Pier. Diamond Crandall anchors his own cable news show, The Diamond Report, and is resented by some for his age and lack of experience. But he's proven himself as a solid journalist, and most of his colleagues respect him. When Hope Colson shows up [...]
 
Book: The Sundial Salesman by Chassis Albuquerque
My phone in my pocket rang. I didn't answer. Because it could only be a woman, one of my shady parents or someone I owed money to. And I didn't want to speak to any of them. Downtown Tokyo, New York - Things to do in Downtown? Well, you could get stabbed, see young mothers aged 14 and younger pushing prams or overhear loud arguments on mobile phones about who unfaithfully slept with who the night [...]
 
Book: The Paws That Bring Good News (Whippoorwill Chronicles Book 2) by Vicky S Kaseorg
Is life precious? Worth saving at all costs? Whippoorwill No-Kill Shelter Committee members, Angela and Danielle, ask the same question...for different reasons. Newest resident, Danielle, is wrestling with a desperate decision, and Angela's reeling from a ransacked home and uncertain romance. Two mischievous Carolina dogs are sniffing for solutions. Missing shelter funds, a slashed couch, painful [...]
 
Book: Cancer with Joy - How to Transform Fear into Happiness and Find the Bright Side Effects by Joy Huber
When professional speaker and songwriter Joy Huber was diagnosed with Stage Four cancer at the young age of 33, she didn't choose to stay angry. She chose to fight using the tremendous power of positivity and lots of humor, even as she went from having shoulder-length hair at diagnosis to bald in 6 weeks. She heard the word remission less than 6 months after her diagnosis and after 6 intense [...]
 


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