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Book: The Chalk Circle - Intercultural Prizewinning Essays by Tara Lynn Masih
Winner of a Skipping Stones Honor Award, a Benjamin Franklin silver medal award, and a ForeWord Book of the Year Award Editor Tara L. Masih put out a call in 2007 for Intercultural Essays dealing with the subjects of "culture, race, and a sense of place." The prizewinners are gathered for the first time in a ground-breaking anthology that explores many facets of culture not previously found under [...]
 
Book: Motions and Moments - More Essays on Tokyo by Michael Pronko
"Pronko takes the sweeping size, bustle, and chaos of Tokyo and makes it small, introspective, and personal," Independent Publisher. Gold Award Readers' Favorite Non-Fiction Cultural (2016) Gold Award Global E-Book Awards Travel Writing (2016) Gold Award Non-Fiction Author's Association (2016) Gold Honoree Benjamin Franklin Digital IBPA (2016) Winner Best Indie Book Award Non-Fiction (2016) Indie [...]
 
Book: The Solo Female Travel Book - Tips and Inspiration for Women Who Want to See the World on Their Own Terms by Jen Ruiz
Traveling alone doesn't have to be scary! With the proper tools, community and precautions, anyone can expertly navigate the globe on their own. Jen Ruiz is a lawyer turned travel blogger and bestselling author who has traveled the world extensively by herself. "The Solo Female Travel Book" is the latest installment in her how-to travel series and includes funny stories, tips and inspiration to [...]
 
Book: Hobbit House in Italy by Tottie Limejuice
Short, sweet and sure to make you smile. Join Tottie as she boards a high speed train and heads off for an adventure in the Apennines, staying in a Hobbit House in Italy. This little travelogue will answer your questions. Did accident-prone Tottie make it there and back? Was her limited Italian enough to cope with unforeseen circumstances? You'll find humour and local colour for a light-hearted [...]
 
Book: Heywood Jablomi - The Internet Essays 1848 - 1853 by Leonard Stegmann
Leonard Stegmann's first book of humor, nostalgia and quizzes. Topics include cruises, a Monkees quiz, antiquing with Michael Jackson, cocaine, lucid dreaming, a Seinfeld quiz, the Beatles, updated Christmas carols, an African trilogy and if a person can really laugh himself to death. Well, Chum, here's your chance to find out..
 
Book: My Country - Essays and Stories from the Edge of Wilderness by Nowick Gray
Back-to-the-land memoir weaves essay, story, nature and magic realism, homesteading and wilderness survival. My Country expands the containers of essay and story, adventure and lyric, naturalism and fantasy, to overlap and mingle in this collection unified in its spirit of place, the forests and mountains of interior British Columbia.
 
Book: Muses and Meanderings by May J. Panayi
Muses and Meanderings is a collection of essays, articles, comic sketches, and general ramblings. It is something to dip into when you fancy something a bit different, want to promote a discussion, or need a slightly different, possibly somewhat warped, take on life. I make no apologies for my political or religious leanings; if you don't like them, please feel free to use them as a jump off [...]
 
Book: Seven Essays of Interpretation of Peruvian Reality (Translated and Illustrated) by Marciano Guerrero
The Seven Essays given the marxist approach very little assimilated, by then seized the imagination of the Peruvian people, and later, of the entire world. With scholarly patience and the insight of a surgeon for a self-taught writer who never attended college or a university he touched the raw nervous centers of Peru. By examining symptoms, analyzing palliative cures often erroneous he made it [...]
 
Book: Welcome to the Idiot Box - Stories, Essays, Self-help Wisdom by Xavier Cockroachal Damon
"Hope", one must have it, for without hope what else is there? "Cockroachalisms, Life Lessons Learned On My Journey Through Life", allow the guru of wellness that is Xavier Cockroachal Damon to lead you down the path of happiness with life lessons only he could teach. "Motel Hell", the place where lost souls dwell. "Climb from Hell", Supustrus is trying to rescue himself and his wife by escaping [...]
 
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: Get Great Trips for Free - Make Travel Writing Work for You by Linda Ballou
Renegade way to get the great trips you are dreaming about. Adventure travel writer, Linda Ballou, shows you how to go through the back door and streamline your efforts. She provides a roadmap that bypasses the gatekeepers. Simple, direct with wonderful insights and examples of what you need to do to get places you want to go. Linda tells it like it is and shows your short cuts to success. An [...]
 
Book: Not So Innocently Abroad - Official State Department Tour or Sinister Government Plot to Disappear Me? by Ken Richters
From award-winning actor and playwright Ken Richters comes this original, irreverent, and funny travel memoir of his month-long U.S. Department of State goodwill tour of Russia and Ukraine. Before Russian President Vladimir Putin's 2014 takeover of Ukraine's Crimea region, and after spending more than 30 years performing as Mark Twain (satirizing every government official and politician within [...]
 
Book: Cruising the Mediterranean by Al & Sunny Lockwood
A shared passion for exploration. The Mediterranean trip of their dreams. There's no better time for adventure than right now. Enthusiastic explorers Al and Sunny Lockwood treasure the challenge and excitement of travel. From train rides through the Smokies to campouts in Yellowstone, they've documented their travel adventures to critical acclaim. With retirement, they expand their horizons and [...]
 
Book: Self-extermination. Sounds Like a Plan - Also Includes Give Me a Burger and Hold the Fries and Brain Circus and (3 Essays About Donald J. Trump) and ...
So you've decided to journey back through time and kill every single reincarnation of yourself that has ever been in an attempt to prevent yourself from ever having been born. What could possibly go wrong? Um, pretty much everything does. The book also includes "Give Me a Burger and Hold the Fries", a story where the main character is engaged in an epic battle, squaring off against an eight foot [...]
 
Book: Moms are Nuts
Emmy winners, magazine editors, comedians, TV personalities, bestselling authors and social media superstars team up to bring you a laugh-out-loud book not about being a mom, but about having a mom, grandmom or mom-figure. And while it's not OK for someone else to make yo-momma jokes about your momma, it is perfectly healthy - even downright hilarious - to find the humor in your own upbringing. [...]
 
Book: The Two Week Traveller by Matthew Lightfoot
Born with an insatiable wanderlust and inspired by an addiction to travel writing, but restricted by the demands of a full time job, Matthew Lightfoot set out to explore the world using his annual holiday allowance. The Two Week Traveller tells the tales of his adventures in almost 150 countries. Often described as 'one of those people that things just happen to', he lives up to his reputation [...]
 
Book: Cruising Panama's Canal - Experience the sights, sounds and thrills of cruise travel, told with the wit and charm of travel memoir writers Al & Sunny ...
Who would have guessed that it would have taken an almost fatal car accident to motivate Al and Sunny Lockwood to take a cruise ship vacation to the Panama Canal? Riveted by their near death experience. this charming couple decided to make their bucket list dream cruise vacation come true, and now they want to share it with you! Come along with them as they share intimate details of their 17-day [...]
 
Book: No Girl on this Train by Tottie Limejuice with Kate Pill
It's short, it's somewhat silly and the humour verges on lavatorial. Behind every successful author is a dedicated team of betareaders, those essential second eyes who pounce on any errors or inconsistencies. Lesley Tither writes under various pen-names for different genres - Tottie Limejuice, for the Sell the Pig travel memoirs series, L M Krier for the DI Ted Darling series of crime thrillers, [...]
 
Book: I Found My Tomorrow in Paris - One Woman's Journey to a New Life by Marilyn Giorgetti
Her life in chaos after the termination of a 30 year marriage, this adventurous woman chucks it all and escapes to France to find some meaning to the second half of her life. Not knowing a soul or the language, and step by divinely-led (sometimes comical, but always-challenging) step, she re-shapes her life's course despite a letter from home which threatens to disrupt her journey. Not wanting a [...]
 
Book: Italy-A feast for the Senses (The Quickstart Series) by R & M Engels
This book, ITALY-A FEAST FOR THE SENSES, is part of The Quickstart Series designed to enhance your travel planning inexpensively and efficiently. It is loaded with websites, packing tips, financial information and actual in-country experiences. While many of the more expensive and expansive travel books seem to be written by and for the younger generation, our eBooks are grounded in facts and [...]
 
Book: The Affordable Flight Guide - How to Find Cheap Airline Tickets and See the World on a Budget by Jen Ruiz
What if you could fly anywhere in the world for $50 or less? Jen Ruiz is a solo travel blogger and lawyer who regularly finds cheap flights, like a $38 flight to New Zealand, $16 flight to Ecuador and $70 roundtrip flight to Aruba. She has been featured by The Washington Post and ABC News for her budget travel secrets. Now, she's revealed all her best money-saving tips in one place. With this [...]
 
Book: Treading Water and other misadventures by Noreen Braman
"Treading Water and other misadventures" is the second edition of Noreen Braman's slightly damp collection of humor columns and essays that have appeared online and in print, including the "Evil Pants" series and "the House of Rhyming Pests." Tales of domestic life include hilariously unsettling "Don't Worry, It's Just a Stage!" as well as adventures at both the nail salon and the hair salon. New [...]
 
Book: We're Not Like the Others by Leonard Stegmann
In this collection of his popular humor essays, Leonard Stegmann confronts his fear as he comes face-to-face with a hideous Louisiana night creature, explains why as a child he felt the need to shoot a bottle rocket out of his bedroom window, how he came to the conclusion that he much prefers going to funerals than weddings, and why, even though he would have preferred his house to be cleaned by [...]
 
Book: People and Things That Went Before by Leonard Stegmann
We are told we shouldn't live in the past, but surely there's no harm in the occasional visit? In this nostalgic collection, Leonard Stegmann remembers those delicious school lunches, his first cuss word, what he should have told those nuns and his grandma's incomprehensible inability to see the nearly-unlimited humor potential in a slice of rubber cheese. A warm, funny and sometimes sad look [...]
 
Book: More of Yesterday's Blossoms by Roger E. Bruner
Roger E. Bruner has been writing seemingly almost since birth. And what a variety of things he's written during his sixty-nine years of life. Although he wants to be known and remembered primarily for his novels--three of them have been published so far--he believes his other writings, most of them written long before he became a novelist, are worthwhile, interesting, and entertaining, each one [...]
 
Book: The Dumpsters of Time by Leonard Stegmann
He's back, and this time Leonard Stegmann explains that sitting naked in hot mud isn't as much fun as you'd think, why God invented television, the reason it's fun to throw away all of your pennies, why nipples are funny little things and why there is really nothing on Earth better than getting free socks. And he somehow manages to do all this, and so much more, in alphabetical order!
 
Book: A Year on Planet Mercury by Leonard Stegmann
Leonard Stegmann's largest collection of humor essays, quizzes and nostalgia explores such topics such as what it's like to boo a wheelchair-bound sports legend, cooking fried liverwurst, discovering udder cream and why geese are truly nature's most hideous creation. This book is packed with pages and pages of Leonard's dubious wisdom and questionable insight, and certainly contains more of his [...]
 
Book: Travelling Cheap - How to travel on a serious budget! by Benjamin Law
Travelling Cheap describes how to travel the world without breaking the bank. The knowledge in this book comes from over a year of constant travelling. I have compiled my first hand experience on how you can see the world for as long as possible in a cost effective, safe and fun way! Whether its a short term holiday or a year long backpacking adventure there is practical advice for anyone wanting [...]
 
Book: Orion's Cartwheel by Lawrence Winkler
In the summer of 1980, a maverick young doctor gave it all up, to hitchhike around the world. The first arc he carved with his thumb stopped a little red pickup that took him over the horizon. Like his mythical hunter companion, Orion, he was on a vision quest, propelled toward the dawn to have his sight restored. This is the story of that five-year odyssey to discover his Destiny.
 
Book: The Last Clean Stream in America by Leonard Stegmann
In his second collection of humor, nostalgia and quizzes Leonard Stegmann asks whether Cro-Magnon and Neanderthal ever did the dirty deed, reveals the patron saints of salmon, herpes and television, visits a nudist camp and explains why the horse is just about the stupidest creature ever to exist on God's green earth..
 
Book: A Nice Guy in the Night Sky by Leonard Stegmann
Angry barbers, nudist retreats, belly dancers, Farrah Fawcett and Clearasil. In this collection of his hilarious and slightly popular essays Leonard Stegmann has something to say about each of them, and so much more besides. You'll laugh and you'll cry, although if you find yourself doing both at the same time you really should think about seeing that therapist.
 
Book: Death on the Danube - A New Year's Murder in Budapest (Travel Can Be Murder Cozy Mystery Series Book 1) by Jennifer S. Alderson
Who knew a New Year's trip to Budapest could be so deadly? The tour must go on - even with a killer in their midst... Recent divorcee Lana Hansen needs a break. Her luck has run sour for going on a decade, ever since she got fired from her favorite job as an investigative reporter. When her fresh start in Seattle doesn't work out as planned, Lana ends up unemployed and penniless on Christmas Eve. [...]
 
Book: Online Research Made Easy by James Musgrave
As a college composition teacher for over fifteen years now, I have taken time to make the teaching of online research the most painless, comfortable and usable experience possible. However, since people need a tool that they can use for their own purposes, not just to research a paper for a college grade, I wanted extend my techniques to the masses.
 
Book: For the Love of Licorice - Licorice Lovers Share Sweet Memories by Doug Erlandson
Licorice Lovers Rejoice! Licorice Lovers Share Sweet Memories Jerry Garcia once said: Grateful Dead Fans are like people who like licorice. Not everyone likes licorice, but the people who like licorice really like licorice. This book was written "by licorice lovers, for licorice lovers." It includes dozens of funny, heartwarming and fascinating stories, all centered on that sweet, sticky root [...]
 
Book: Swinging Bridge by Debra Shiveley Welch
Vin - I want to encompass all the knowledge I can in my brief span. Toby - What's span, Vin? Judy - It's a bridge. Mrs. Miniver 1942 William Wylar Director - Life reminds me of a swinging bridge. We begin on firm ground, and as our life progresses, we experience the sometimes thrilling, sometimes terrifying and sometimes tranquil passage to the other side - our future. As we traverse the fragile [...]
 


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