First Year

On July 21, 2011, in Humor/Comedy - Fiction, by Barbara Schnell

Fiction/Romantic Comedy To order, go to: About First Year Stevie O’Neill, a young LA actress, recklessly marries new love Robert Anderson, a temporary city engineer, and follows him home to South Dakota. There, she discovers that her Hispanic/Irish ancestry doesn’t bother her blue-eyed blond in-laws, but her lack of domestic skills does—a situation Mom […]

FUCK REDUX: The True Story about "The Immortalization of Fuck"

On July 10, 2011, in Humor/Comedy - Fiction, by John F. Harnish

Humorous insight into the most frequently used and abused word in the English language. Enjoy a fun read about the versatile word F * * K.

The Case of the Flashing Fashion Queen: A Dix Dodd Mystery

On June 30, 2011, in Humor/Comedy - Fiction, by N.L. Wilson

Dix Dodd, PI has been framed for murder by her own client. Except her client was the murder victim. Which begs the question, who hired Dix?

The Absurd Secret Diary Of An Unborn Baby

On June 30, 2011, in Humor/Comedy - Fiction, by David N Bending

Sally Summers is an expectant single parent and unaware of her unborn baby’s individual thoughts. Her lifestyle is dangerous for all concerned. Drink,nightclubs and poisonous snakes are just the start!!

Text Me, A Tale of Love and Technology

On June 30, 2011, in Humor/Comedy - Fiction, by Alisa Dana Steinberg

TEXT ME, A TALE OF LOVE AND TECHNOLOGY is a laugh-out-loud novel about romance in the tech age! Apex Reviews of TEXT ME: “An Engaging Read”!

Kids Say The Cutest Things When They're Drunk

On June 30, 2011, in Humor/Comedy - Fiction, by Dan McQuinn

Kids Say The Cutest Things When They’re Drunk is a collection of 50+ comic essays that is a must read for anyone who enjoys sharp humor with a cynical bent.

The Last Jazz Band

On June 12, 2011, in Humor/Comedy - Fiction, by Charles_Boeckman

You’ve come to the right place to hear about a delightful, insightful novel involving the hot jazz of traditional New Orleans, when carving contests focused on musical instruments and not on knives. It was the mid-1940′s, right after WWII. It features a group of zany musicians who can’t let go of the beat, the rhythm, […]


On April 11, 2011, in Humor/Comedy - Fiction, by Mary_Jean_Kelso

Meet… Daniella, a naive and deeply sensitive architecture student who feels surrounded by creatures from the Mesozoic Era. Zorro, a deranged criminal running rampant on the streets, terrorizing women who wear miniskirts. Tony, Daniella’s boyfriend, smug and selfish and demonically handsome, who seems oblivious to everything about him except his own obsession with fame and […]

Pun Enchanted Evenings

On April 11, 2011, in Humor/Comedy - Fiction, by David_R_Yale

* 746 hilarious puns on every subject from Arizona to zealous crusaders! * Bi-lingual puns in English and Spanish, French, Latin, Yiddish! * Puns about ants, bakers, crows, farms, food, health, hunters, music, celebrities, sports, ancient Rome, psychology, railroads, lots more! * The best new moron puns since the Fifties! * Perfect for language lovers, […]

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