The Ping-Pong Champion of Chinatown

The Ping-Pong Champion of Chinatown
Buffeted by an ever-optimistic attitude, Gertie McDowell, a naive young girl from backwoods Kentucky, pens her diary–a series of bizarre misadventures that take her from starring on a foot fetish site in Los Angeles to hustling bets as a mechanical bull rider in Texas. From serving a stint in West Virginia’s Alderson Prison, because she “trusted the wrong kind of fella,” to getting sold into white slavery. But perhaps her crowning mishap is seeking the ping-pong championship of San Francisco’s Chinatown–all while hiding out in the Witness Protection Program. A zany yet tender book that will have you laughing out loud. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Once Upon a Death

Once Upon a Death

I never chose death—death chose me.
Now I choose change.
Kaah Maah had been the reaper for over a millennia. The mundane repetition of collecting souls night after night from an ever-increasing population was beginning to grind on him. Kaah had witnessed an ocean of unique faces, all confronted with their final moments on earth. Though different in appearance they all showed one final emotion—fear.
Kaah wanted a change. He craved quiet serenity, where he could perfect his yoga poses while listening to his favorite singer Michael Bublè. Kaah wanted nothing more than to retire and become a ‘no one special’ in a ‘nowhere special’ town.
When strange things began happening in Deadend, Ohio, the question had to be asked.
You might be able to take the reaper away from death, but can you ever actually take death away from the reaper? Free on Kindle.

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How to Leash a Thief

How to Leash a Thief

Life in Pleasant Hills, Texas, flows like sweet molasses. Normally. But nothing is pleasant or normal about murder.

On a hot summer night, southern and sassy Steely Lamarr discovers someone murdered the janitor at her newly acquired dog-grooming shop. Unfortunately, the rest of the community considers the deceased riffraff and a stain on society. But for Steely, the mysterious death of the coworker hits the heart. Steely vows to track down the killer with the help of her motley crew, a cheeky Chihuahua and her best friend Daniel. Except her dogged determination puts her in the doghouse. Especially with the gorgeous, new police officer in town.

When a bank heist turns Pleasant Hills upside down, Steely suspects the two crimes are related, and she sets out to prove it. As Steely chases clues across town, she winds up a suspect, on the murderer’s radar, and her boyfriend kicks her to the curb. She soon realizes, sometimes, the culprit is the one you’d never suspect who’s as crooked as a dog’s hind leg.

Can Steely catch the larcenous killer before she becomes the next victim? $0.99 on Kindle.

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Dargo, Eco Hero! A Feel-Good Novella

HILARIOUS, HEART-WARMING, DIFFERENT and DELIGHTFUL!
A lonely young man suffers a massive defeat. When all is lost, he meets a fiery fortune-teller who pleads with him to save her.
Can he re-invent himself as a hero?
An enjoyable timely tale that will appeal to the magic in all of us.
Illustrations. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Life Begins When The Kids Leave Home And The Dog Dies

Life Begins When The Kids Leave Home And The Dog Dies
ONCE UPON A TIME…

Chapter 1. A California girl named Barb met her prince of a guy. He was tall, dark, and handsome. (Actually, he was a Republican. But he was definitely tall.) They fell in love, and got married.

Chapter 2. He brought her to his castle in England and they lived happily ever after. THE END.

Luckily, 35+ years of living happened between Chapters 1 and 2, giving Barb plenty of material for this collection (in no particular chronological order) from her newspaper columns, articles, blog posts, and that time she killed Mom.

And that’s before Chapter 3 even starts.

“I have learned to put down the coffee and place breakable objects at a safe distance when a post from Barb Taub comes up. It is very hard to drink coffee and laugh at the same time without redecorating the desk…”—author Sue Vincent. Free on Kindle.

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If You See Kay Lie: A Badge Bunny Booze Humorous Mystery

If You See Kay Lie: A Badge Bunny Booze Humorous Mystery
BJ’s life is a three-ring circus. She’s juggling her jobs, her friends, and man-troubles, and then things get complicated.

Out on a morning walk with her dog, Twinkles, BJ stumbles over a dead body. Not quite what she expected before her first cup of coffee – or ever.

Come for a cop, stay for the friendship! $0.99 on Kindle.

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Nothing Man

Nothing Man
One man in need of an overhaul and two women determined to drag him there. But is he courageous enough to seize these new opportunities in this humorous quest for a fresh start? $0.99 on Kindle.

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An Accidental Royal Kidnap

An Accidental Royal Kidnap
Need a good laugh? If so, grab this hilarious, and often surreal, regal romp that’s packed with majestic mystery, aristocratic intrigue & Great British humour. Join London schoolteacher George Nearly as he tries to work out why there’s a woman on his rug claiming to be a princess, what happened last night and why she thinks she’s been kidnapped! $0.99 on Kindle.

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Rideshare Revelations From An La Uber Driver

Rideshare Revelations From An La Uber Driver

What really happens inside an Uber? Rideshare passengers can be fun, interesting and wildly entertaining. But some individuals are strange, deeply troubled or bizarre at times. So fasten your seatbelts and get ready for some crazy rides around Southern California. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Corporate Psycho

Corporate Psycho
If it weren’t so funny, it would be serious, very serious. The corporate world is gripped by a virus of bad behaviour. The corporate psychopaths have taken over.

Disgusting, selfish and downright mean behaviour is dressed and camouflaged as acceptable. We have gone to the dark side. The pressure of delivering year-in-year-out on the undeliverable has made it easier to disguise, but only for a short while, as karma reigns in those guilty. What has happened to the good guys, the standard-bearers of normality, decency and honesty? They are out there, plugging away, day in day out, fighting the good fight in the right way of course.

Let us not despair, let us look for our champions like Max Clarke as he goes head to head, chapter by chapter, in this mockumentary, a true confession of all sorts, as he takes on the psychopaths of big corporations and expose their rearguard and senselessness. The game is corporate snakes and ladders in a journey of witty confrontations, settling each score one by one at corporation Klink.

Corporate Psycho is a satirical expose of a business enterprise and organisation of people coming together in their pursuit of dominance, fame, success and greed. It comes at the expense of decent colleagues, ethical values and the fabric of the organisation and what it originally stood for.

Get your copy of this two-hour read and laugh away, as you will never see your workplace in the same way again! Free on Kindle.

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Name the Game

Name the Game

Newer fun game for friends (and foes). Poems of summer sporting events, individual and team sports. Poem titles are hints, or clues to the actual name of the game. Reading further into each poem, reveals a clearer meaning to solve the poem. Play alone or challenge your partner or teammates. Can you get a perfect 130 points? Can you find your own sport? Score well, and have some fun, with this lighter side of works, from the author. $3.99 on Kindle.

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We Must Save Jepson! (A Novella)

We Must Save Jepson! (A Novella)
Part rip-roaring adventure, part scathing historical satire, and entirely hilarious, We Must Save Jepson! is the tale of clueless-yet-determined librarian H. R. Huxtable and his band of misfits as they battle to rescue a beleaguered British outpost in Victorian-era central Africa. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Kiss My Carol! “A Christmas Carol” Comedy for Grown-Ups!

Kiss My Carol! "A Christmas Carol" Comedy for Grown-Ups!

You’ve never seen Ebenezer Scrooge like this before, no matter HOW impossible that is to believe!

Still taking place in Victorian London with all the cozy characters you know and love, this completely original grown-up comedy adaption of “A Christmas Carol” may leave you totally exhausted and dribbling from laughter at the huge amount of hilarious insane twists throughout!

Like the loopy yet lovable townsfolk, cockeyed Marley, the fun and unique ghosts, plus the over-the-top dysfunctional Cratchit family. Oh yeah, and Tiny Tim has Tourette’s so there’s that too. All this awesomeness wrapped deliciously in a surprise ending so utterly satisfying and yet so totally original that it’s hard to believe a human being actually came up with it!

So, come join in on the holiday fun… And God Bless Us Everyone! $4.99 on Kindle.

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Hairbag Nation: A Story of the New York City Transit Police (Book 1:The Police Riot)

HAIRBAG NATION: A Story of the New York City Transit Police, Book 1, The Police Riot

Being a cop in New York City can be challenging. Being a cop in the NYC subway can be disheartening.

The daily environment of the transit cop – the dirt, grime, urine, graffiti, homeless, crowds, noise, and crime is enough to stifle anyone’s spirit.

Throw in a hefty helping of inept leadership, ridiculous summons and arrest quotas, problems at home, and an unappreciative public and it’s no wonder that some cops fall prey to cynicism, apathy and indifference. Police in New York City have a term for these burnt-out cops – hairbags.

This is the story of an oddball group of misfits who patrolled New York City’s subterranean underworld during the 1980s. This is Hairbag Nation. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Dearest Fluffy

Dearest Fluffy
When you’re stuck hundreds of miles from home, what do you turn to for fun? It probably didn’t exist in 1861. But writing did. And letters. Remember them? Little pieces of trees wrapped in other little pieces of trees. Back then, sheep were pretty common on farms, because everybody had to darn their own socks. Have you ever tried to darn your own socks uphill both ways in the snow? Me neither, but let’s pretend.

What was a bored Union soldier supposed to do with all that free time between marching and skirmishes? Take a nap? Shave? Writing letters doesn’t sound so bad, now, does it? So, J.J. wrote home to a sheep (and other animals). Cut him some slack! He’s wearing wool, after all. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Diary of a H.O. (House Officer)

Diary of a H.O. (House Officer)

This book could save your life! If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like working at a hospital Level 1 trauma center this book offers unfiltered true stories which occurred during a surgeon’s first year of training. The book offers insight into modern healthcare and the state of society. You will laugh, cry, and question your beliefs about the healthcare system and patients.

CHARITABLE: 30% of profits from the sale of this book will be donated to healthcare non-profit organizations such as the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association, and any current global medical pandemic funds.

Please visit DIARYOFAHO.COM for more information. This is a work of sociology, psychology, medicine, surgery, dealing with the public, putting others ins front of yourself, and self-reflective learning. HIPPA compliance maintained. Everyone’s talking about the healthcare system. Don’t miss out, be informed and read Diary of a H.O. $4.94 on Kindle.

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Change Of A Dress

Change Of A Dress
GEORGE MANLEY political novice and closeted cross-dresser runs for US president and wins. This fast-paced, farcical, quirky comedy takes you to the heart of the presidency and one man’s struggle for the White House, to save America, and for personal acceptance. $1.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Jack Hansen – Small Man of the Big City

Jack Hansen - Small Man of the Big City
Do you feel like a squirrel trapped inside a spinning wheel? Then you simply haven’t met Jack Hansen yet! Jack is an alright guy, but he’s always betrayed by his bad luck. His neighbor, Garry, is always hooking up with yet another stunner. His co-worker, Bill, is constantly pursuing a brunette who ignores him. The toady Larson is always fawning and groveling to ingratiate himself to and become his boss’s favorite. Austin next door does not believe in the sincerity of his lover Phil’s feelings for him. And, just perhaps, it is the mysterious young woman from the window across the street from his who is entirely to blame for the fact that Jack’s day has taken an unexpected turn for the worse, and proceeds to go to the dogs? Free to $0.99 on Kindle.

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