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The Barber's Conundrum and Other Stories - Observations on Life From the Cheap Seats by John Hartnett
The Barber's Conundrum and Other Stories is more than just a collection of thirty-seven short literary humor pieces that will make you laugh. It provides a treasure trove of tips and invaluable advice to help you navigate safely through marriage and relationships, raising kids and to finally understand the more peculiar aspects of day to day living that up until now, had been tossed into a big heap as just another one of [...]
 
Uncommon Notions by Eugene Williams
America may not be the birthplace of humor I am told that distinction belongs to the people that invented the cuckoo clock, when they weren't taking everything else so serious however, America is filled with uncommon people and a lot of them are sharing their own uncommon notions. You wont have to venture far to hear a few of my Uncommon Notions like a man in Kansas that for some reason believes his wife is a vampire simply [...]
 
Small Town Ho - The Hilarious Story of Moving from the Big City to North Idaho by Duke Diercks
Have You Ever Wanted OFF the Treadmill ?? New author Duke Diercks bursts onto the scene with the hilarious memoir of one family's move from the big city to the panhandle of North Idaho. No Jobs. No friends. Just buckets of our own ignorance. Follow along in horror and hilarity as the family acclimates to the new small town way of life and the author bounces from jobs working in a school cafeteria to selling women's clothing [...]
 
The Lunatic of Trenton by Eugene Williams
The Lunatic of Trenton (turn of the century), is about an old man telling his two grandchildren how he wanted to change the world, from the battlefields of WWI, to the intellectual's halls of England with Bernard Shaw to chasing Heir Wilhelm, across the fields of France, as he puts it "bugging around Serbia for the devil in an Austrian Top hat". Seeking out the wisdom, and danger were ever he could find it, in the [...]
 
Spoiled Milk For The Soul - Volume 1 by Jim Osterman & Greg Marshall
If you're like most people today, you're used to the other kinds of stories. "Entertained" by a steady stream of reality TV, stunned endlessly by the 24-hour news cycle, and overdosed on everyone else's troubles, most of us are somewhat conditioned to expect far less than a life filled with positive vibes. There's a place for reinforcing, uplifting, and inspirational stories that rekindle the human spirit and fill the heart [...]
 
90 Things That Irritate The S**t Out Of Me...Or At Least Make Me Frown by G. Eric Francis
"I will say the language for me was a little too much but once I got past all of that I will say it's easy reading." "The sad thing is that the humor was diminished by the vulgar language." "Laugh out loud funny and downright poignant at others times, this is a good piece of work." Sigh. The above are samples of reviews from my 4th book, "90 Things That Irritate The Sh** Out Of Me...Or At Least Make Me Frown." The thing is I [...]
 
Big red hat and All by Eugene Williams
I have always wondered what it would be like to spy on my wife. Don the whole espionage garb, fake beard, and mustache --of course the KimYung Il, sunglasses. You see no good spy outfit would be complete without the sunglasses. Ever notice in all the great spy movies from the time of the immortal Charlie Chan to Hammer's Dick Barton special agent, Marlow's Sam Spade pure genius with a spy somewhere lurking in the back ground. [...]
 
Can you be...that stupid? - A Polite Guide to Stimulating Conversation by Geoffrey Robinson
How many times have you found yourself in conversation with a person who made a statement that confirmed for you that they had absolutely no idea what the hell they were talking about? Everything you'll find here was personally heard, read or viewed by me. Over an extended period of time I began writing these little cast in stone truths on post-it notes. Eventually I typed and organized them. Mainly to get all the post-it off [...]
 
A golfing I will go - Golfer delight by Eugene Williams
A country bunkum from Iowa gets a chance to impress his wife's father in Scotland playing golf at Greywalls and completely makes a fool out of himself, in the process wrecks the country club. And nearly ends an un prefect marriage, perhaps golf is a game left to someone else what a funny story for any married man or golfer out there.
 
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 being himself, he's a very funny [...]
 
Is it madness to be mad at madness - Political satire at it's best by Eugene Williams
Satire is not dead it just has been held hostage by people with no sense of humor. Is it madness to be mad at madness. Is one of those stand-up comedy bits that pokes fun of persons from the past but not that far past President Bush, Linda Vester and others Spike Lee and it's to makes light of everything and everybody, so lighten up and Free the Satire "No Satire no Peace", Who said that, where watching you...
 
TALES OF THREE STORIES - BETTER BE FUNNY by Eugene Williams
Three of my favorite stories all in one place. Enjoy the award winning short story The Lunatic of Trenton, the never-ending tales from an old man in lunatic asylum who in his mind was responsible for the Russian Revolution, and starting World War One, all in the name of changing the world for the better. From there we join Samuel Clemens reading a newspaper article to a young boy sharing a log with him to hear all the [...]
 
Trailer Trash - an '80s Memoir by Angie Cavallari
Trailer-park owners never use the word "trailer" and certainly not the term "trailer park." At some point in time, even the Mobile Home Park Owners Association (MHPOA for short) realized that the word "trailer" had a negative connotation. When was the last time you saw a "trailer park community" advertised on TV? "Trailer park" has come to represent, in the minds of most Americans, men in stained work shirts dotted with [...]
 
From Inside the Brain of a Dad Looking Out by Jon Ziegler
From Inside the Brain of a Dad Looking Out is an offbeat, humorous look at life through the eyes of an imperfect husband and father. This collections of short stories range from the honest thoughts on parenting that go through a dad's mind, to ridiculously funny situations one could only hope would never happen to a parent or spouse.
 
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. In fact, these writers highly [...]
 
The How-Not-To Guide To Parenting And Marriage by Jon Ziegler
Imagine coming home from work to find that your children have spray painted a giant, colorful portrait of a crouching, pooping dog on your driveway. Or a family argument that takes place in the comments section of one of your Facebook friends posts. The How-Not-To Guide To Parenting and Marriage is a collection of humorous short stories written by a well-intentioned, but definitely far from perfect father and husband. These [...]
 
Looking Back with a Smile by Edward Farber
There's a chuckle on every page of Looking Back with a Smile as the author recollects in brief but entertaining anecdotes (bits and pieces) of a life that has spanned seven decades. Bits and pieces are what they are. Quick looks at what he calls an "ordinary" life, each served up with a laugh. A sampling of the subtitle over each anecdote gives a little insight into Ed Farber's humorous approach: A Wig in the Waste Can; No [...]
 
Bare Feet to High Heels - You Don't Have to Be a Beauty Queen to be a Beautiful Person by Jane Jenkins Herlong
Take a journey with Jane from her experience on a Lowcountry tomato farm all the way to the runway of the Miss America pageant. You'll feel empowered to overcome your own challenges and handle anything life throws your way. This humorous book, which inspired one of Jane's most popular speaking presentations, will stick with you longer than a helping of grits!In this beautifully illustrated and thought-provoking book, Jane [...]
 
Mindy's Musings by Mindy Levy
Everyone has a story. It's true. Some are sad stories of hardship and tragedy, while others are full of laughter and joy. I've been transfixed by tales of travel to the farthest reaches of the globe, or daring adventures of skydiving, bunji jumps and scuba diving (nothing, by the way I would EVER try- these people are nuts. Who jumps out of a perfectly good airplane?) Mammoth acts kindness and courage renew my faith in [...]
 
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 memoir are mostly real, [...]
 
Bury Me with My Pearls - Humor With a Spiritual Twist by Jane Jenkins Herlong
Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year Award - Gold Medal Winner, Illumination Book Awards Enjoy this real-life, roller-coaster ride of laughter, tears, and stomach-churning truths by a Southern professional speaker, humorist, and singer who, as Miss South Carolina, represented her state in the Miss America pageant and has been singing, speaking, and writing ever since. Incorporating the analogy of pearls, this [...]
 
Rhinestones on My Flip-Flops - Choosing Extravagant Joy in the Midst of Everyday Mess-Ups by Jane Jenkins Herlong
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I Wish I Were Engulfed in Flames - My Insane Life Raising Two Boys with Autism by Jeni Decker
Jeni Decker is five-foot nothing and one hundred and [redacted] pounds a self described roly-poly, forty-something, Reubenesque bon-bon of a gal, often called cute but never sexy. She has two sons with autism on opposite ends of the spectrum (Jake and Jaxson), a husband who prefers hunting to household chores, an Australian Shepherd named Sugar, and an albino frog named Humbert Humbert. This is her story a brash, personal, [...]
 
The Last Stop - Chronicles of The Mary Stuart Riley Home for People of Advanced Years by Kirt James Boyd
"What a hoot! This is the funniest book I've ever read!" Who knew getting older could be so much fun? Holy Moses and the gang at The Last Stop Retirement Home will have you wanting to move in, even before you retire! All is not well at The Last Stop Retirement Home . . . Aster, a long-time resident known for his intellectual prowess, is in the middle of a downward spiral for the ages after his wife leaves him for the resident [...]
 
Wanna-Be's by Mark Connelly
With his new girlfriend - a soccer mom with a taste for bondage - urging him to "go condo," failed screenwriter Winfield Payton needs cash. Accepting a job offer from a college friend, he becomes the lone white employee of a black S&L. As the firm's token white, he poses as a Mafioso to intimidate skittish investors and woos a wealthy cougar to keep the firm afloat. Figure-skating between the worlds of white and black, gay [...]
 

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