In the Image of Man

In the Image of Man
There is an ancient godling adrift in the Universe and he is desperate for believers. This tiny god, who comes to be known as Bob, is small, powerless and unseen. But modern life takes its toll, even on a higher deity…and soon, there is a challenge that he may not be able to meet…

Written in a tongue-in-cheek style and beautifully written throughout. This book will make you smile. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Looking Back on Sodom

Looking Back on Sodom
Navigating the New Orleans scene just before Hurricane Katrina, a group of friends finds love, laughter, and heartbreak before their lives get swept away. Tabitha comes to New Orleans to find freedom. Her reckless ways destroy the comfortable lives of cousins Dalton and Mousey. $0.99 on Kindle.

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How I Learned I’m Old

How I Learned I’m Old
HOW I LEARNED I’M OLD is a collection of humorous essays embedded with a smattering of serious insights. Together, they tell the tale of about what happens when middle age mysteriously departs and old age claims its territory.

For this country’s 38 million BABY BOOMERS, topics like ‘The New Party Game’ (counting wrinkles on other women’s faces), the insulting arrival of chin hairs and the sudden inability to monitor personal opinions in the presence of strangers have universal appeal. So do chapters about ‘Mean Girls’ in their seventies and the emotional legacy of mothers.The book is divided into sections; “Mind” “Body” and “Spirit”.

Always with a comical overtone, it also delves into the more important benefits and realizations of the aging process; what friends teach us by example, who we miss most when they’re gone and which values really matter.A former regional media writer/producer, Romney Humphrey is a produced playwright Off-Off-Broadway, in California and the Northwest. She has won national awards for her media writing and producing. See price on Kindle.

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My Jobs and Why They All Sucked

My Jobs and Why They All Sucked
Yes, every one of them. In this book Leonard Stegmann shares the lifetime of misery that has been his employment history. Lots of laughs for you. Not so much for him. Also included: What’s Annoying Me Now, The Fifth Floor Girls, Tales of Unspeakable Woe and more. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Pack Those Bags: A Wanderlust Adventure

Pack Those Bags: A Wanderlust Adventure
Adrian Hill has an incredible plan to start his summer working abroad. Using the expertise acquired through business school, he plans to game the system and earn big money gambling the markets. But his hot head, personal vices and the crazy chance he got with the Brazilian pornstar make him lose control. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Dying To Be Famous

Dying To Be Famous
Celebrities have secrets to die for. Meet the man who knows them all.

Dying To Be Famous’ is a shocking yet hilarious journey into the dark side of celebrity that’s not for the weak of heart or easily offended. Featuring murder, scandal, violence, very strange eating habits and blackmail it will change the way you view celebrity culture forever! $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: NASA’s 1st Mission to Mars – For What?!!!

Free: NASA’s 1st Mission to Mars – For What?!!!
“A spellbinding mix of drama, sci-fi, and humor, delivered in a style that is inimitable, and featuring awesome characters on a rollicking ride to Mars and back.” Penniless, flat broke, sleeping in a cardboard box in a tent city on the South Side of Chicago, this formerly undistinguished man, Stanley Marczek, becomes the first man to walk on Mars. How is it possible? The capacity to survive in a confined space, for months, on the journey to Mars is one clue. He accepts NASA’s offer, seeing it as an opportunity to remake his life, earn a cool three million bucks, and return to Earth a hero. But when the mission is complete, he publicly questions the wisdom of all manned missions to Mars, to the embarrassment of NASA. On this adventure, you’ll experience the challenge and all the excitement of a real Mars landing and visit by Man. Free on Kindle.

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Barnabas Tew and the Case of the Nine Worlds

Barnabas Tew and the Case of the Nine Worlds

Everyone’s favorite bumbling detective, Barnabas Tew, is back! He’s as confused as ever but is ready to save the world once more…this time from Ragnarok. It seems that someone has set in motion a string of events that will trigger the ending of the world as we know it, unless Barnabas can discover the culprit and foil the plan before it’s too late. Can he make his way through the Nine Worlds of Viking mythology and outwit the dastardly mastermind behind the plan, or is Ragnarok inevitable? $2.99 on Kindle.


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A Piece of Her Soul

A Piece of Her Soul
Random, funny stories of a Baby Boomer mom whose lingerie slip has fallen four inches below her hem during her nephew’s wedding. Your mom will relate, as she’s asking you to fix her cell phone. A Piece of Her Soul is written by Amy McVay Abbott, a humorist also featured in the first Erma Bombeck Writer’s Workshop anthology. Matt Bombeck, the late Erma Bombeck’s son, writes the foreword for this book that will give you that warm feeling inside. And couldn’t we all use that warmth and laughter every day? $1.99 on Kindle.

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Free: The Dumb Class: Boomer Junior High

Free: The Dumb Class: Boomer Junior High

If Grease was a rather lighthearted view of the local hoody kids in the nineteen fifties-sixties era, The Dumb Class is a dark-humored, irreverent look at those bygone days. It is funny, poignant and a page-turner from start to finish. The Dumb Class tells about the desires, fears and joys of baby boomer teenagers finding their way along as they deal with the world of parents, siblings, neighbors, teachers, businessmen, doctors, and, of course, the police.

They create their own milieu which is somewhat impervious to the society around them as they experiment, and in fact gain some expertise, with sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll years before the hit recording by Ian Dury popularized the phrase. Hoods, elites, nerds, weirdos and freaks make up the characters in this sardonic junior high school baby boomer tale set in 1960. We were just a bunch of greasers trying to have a good time and, well, sometimes, we did. An entertaining and fun read that will be much enjoyed by the boomer set and other kids, too. Free on Kindle.
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Tight Board, No Drifter

Tight Board, No Drifter
Here is an introspective and humorous look back at one man’s nearly three decades in radio broadcasting. It’s a love letter to the career that got away, along with a frank assessment of the people who made it work when it was good and made it worse when it wasn’t. It’s at once funny and wistful, brutally honest and self-deprecating. The mechanics of the industry have changed, but the strengths and weaknesses of the people involved resonate just as profoundly today as then. This is a book for anyone who has ever listened to a radio personality or who has been/wanted to be one himself/herself. Hopefully, for the reader, it will be a bright light focused on the human condition. The author has fulfilled a promise not to whine about the way things used to be. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Awake King Arthur

Free: Awake King Arthur
King Arthur awakes after 1,500 years in 1970’s Britain. He invents punk rock with his knights then takes on Queen Mildred the 42nd in a Battle for Britain. His sword Excalibur has become his electric guitar and Merlin is his band’s manager. Free on Kindle.

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Happy Hollerdays From Nightshade Trailer Park

Happy Hollerdays From Nightshade Trailer Park
Happy Hollerdays!

Who will win the Nightshade Trailer Park Hollerday Decorating Contest? Some folks in the trailer park will stop at nothing to take the prize. We see you, Earlene Chitwood. Word is Santa Claus will judge the contest. Word of warning: Be on the lookout for a smart-ass, one-antlered, green-nosed reindeer named Roscoe. He plans to stop Santa Claus and the Hollerdays. $2.99 on Kindle.

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The Road To Key West

The Road To Key West

In August of 1971, Kansas Stamps and Will Bell set out to become nothing more than commercial divers in the Florida Keys, but adventure, or misadventure, seems to dog them at every turn. They encounter a parade of bizarre characters, from part-time pirates and heartless larcenists to Voodoo bokors, a wacky Jamaican soothsayer, and a handful of drug smugglers. Adding even more flavor to this Caribbean brew is a complicated romance, a lost Spanish treasure, and an antediluvian artifact created by a distant congregation who truly understood the term, “pyramid power.”

So pour yourself a margarita and slide into the ‘70s for a while, as you follow Kansas and Will through this cocktail of madcap adventures – on The Road To Key West! $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Too Good For The Hood

Free: Too Good For The Hood
“Too Good for the hood,” a new Black American comedy receiving rave reviews from critics: Lenny Kravitz, the big-hearted, diminutive Staten Islander faces the cruel, unrelenting recession of 2008. This new grad accountant/math major ends up hopelessly unemployed. Unbelievably, boldly, he overcomes his misfortune and becomes the hero of the hood. It’s a story of heart and pure determination. Free on Kindle.
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Free: Bad Neanderthal

Free: Bad Neanderthal
Zeezee is a Neanderthal living in 1980’s Britain. The Neanderthal were reintroduced by Prime Minister Maggie May to take the place of striking miners as they were meek and easy to control, but best of all they had no rights. For this reason they are mistreated or even murdered without recourse. However Zeezee is a police officer who is different to the other Neanderthal and wants justice for his people. Free on Kindle.

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That Guy (Humor)

That Guy (Humor)

“That Guy” is a life changing read. My 3rd cousin from Jersey didn’t read it, and he is still doing heroin. Another guy I went to high school with didn’t read it either, and I just heard that his wife left him. My nan and pap didn’t read it either. Now they are both dead. This book will change your life. Just ask the guy who lives down the street from me who just got another D.U.I. He didn’t read this book either.

There have been many great memoirs written by people who struggle with depression, anxiety, addiction, mental illness, Autism, divorce, crappy childhoods, parenting, divorce, hiking mountains, traveling, surviving crashes, being molested, attempting suicide, cancer, and even having lots of cats. I think there is even a memoir written by a guy who was born with no arms or legs, and for the life of me I still can’t figure out how he wrote it.

“That Guy” is just like all those books, only better. It is so powerful that some critics are calling it the next Bible. This is the first ever memoir written about the day to day struggle with being a real as*hole. It was written to inspire the millions and millions of other as*holes in the world who are going through the same things I did. I struggled with being called an as*hole for as long as he could remember, and I didn’t find true happiness until I accepted the person who was staring back at me in the mirror. Then I went out and found people even fatter and uglier than that person and made fun of them until I felt better about myself. Now I probably don’t even need to take my antidepressants anymore, or read that Tony Robbins self-help book my mom bought me for Christmas last year. This is my remarkable true story. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Teaching Frankenstein – A Cautionary Tale

Free: Teaching Frankenstein – A Cautionary Tale
Every student has a story…

But you won’t find it here.

Dark, profane, and absurd, this comedy follows the journey of a young teacher on a misguided adventure to resurrect dead dreams. After being let go from his first school, the nameless narrator finds himself at a tough urban high school ready to quit. He decides that the only way to rekindle his passion for teaching is through his favorite novel. It’s a decision that leads him on an unsuspecting journey where he discovers that teaching a book about monsters means dealing with his own first.

The story exposes the importance of friendship and the truth behind what it means to be a teacher. Based on real events, the novel parallels Mary Shelley’s 1818 classic, Frankenstein, and shows that 200 years later, humanity still struggles to identify the real monsters.

It’s a must-read for aspiring educators, teachers, and those struggling with what it means to be a modern-day professional. Free on Kindle.

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