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Lord Cecil Wilde: Before She Ruined Him: The Nancy Sphinctergritzel Story Prequel: An Illustrated Irreverent Spoof

by David Bret

Part Two of the Nancy Sphinctergritzel Trilogy recalls the life of Lord Cecil Wilde (1859-1947), eccentric English aristocrat. He had hundreds of lovers, but was most fond of rough-trade "Dilly Boys". He was...


Forty Four Presidents

by MZA & Maria Sputnik

A brief illustrated history of the U.S. presidency told by the presidents themselves in the style favored by modern social networking web sites, Forty Four Presidents imagines 220 years of presidential succession...


Mental:

by Eddie Sarfaty

Eddie Sarfaty's astute and acerbic stand-up effortlessly captures the everyday absurdities of life, blending self-deprecation and sarcasm with a razor-sharp instinct for the ridiculous. In Mental, he expands...


The Bridesmaids

by Eimear Lynch & Hanya Yanagihara

"An entertaining beach read… [and] a nice way to provide your besties with reading material for the bachelorette weekend."—Lauren Conrad

WHAT DO A FORMER FASHION MODEL, AN EX-NUN, AND A FRAT BOY HAVE IN COMMON?...


I Know Nothing!: An Autobiography

by Andrew Sachs

Berlin, 1938. In a crowded restaurant a small boy watches fearfully as his Jewish father is arrested by Hitler’s Gestapo. Days later, as Nazis burn and loot Jewish shops, his resourceful Catholic mother prepares...


A Siege of Bitterns: A Birder Murder Mystery

by Steve Burrows

Domenic Jejeune is a reluctant police hero but an enthusiastic birdwatcher. After he's promoted to a post in the heart of Britain's birding country, his first case involves the murder of an environmentalist....


The Bottomless Lake

by G Melanson

The Bottomless Lake takes us from the streets of Tel-Aviv to the halls of power in Saudi Arabia, Washington and London and finally the breathtaking and beguiling shores of the Bay of Fundy. It is a race against...


Vikings Sack San Marino - The Trouble with Typos

by Doug Fowler

If you write about a football game where Minnesota sacked Dan Marino, can a typo cause more than just giggles? It can when mixed with a bank robbery investigation, a stubborn boss, and the Internet. All these...


Aunt Sassy Lampoons How to Analyze People On Sight

by Aunt Sassy

Them bones, them bones, them telling bones...Did you know there was once this idea that you could divide the world into five body types based on the head, the heart and lungs, the gut, the muscles and the skeleton...


Forever Valiant

by Aaron Strent

This story covers Kotaka the Legendary Demon Slayer's true origins as a lowly court knight on a quest with his prince to avenge their brothers' deaths. The two of them get caught in a larger scheme and Kotaka...


The Life of Mic Muny

by Aaron Strent

A young prince and an evil space warlord challenge each other to a race to see who can conquer most of the universe first! When they reach Earth, they run into the most random and unexpected being: Mic Muny....


Takeoff Zebra

by Daniel Blue

Takeoff Zebra is a collection of Knock Knock jokes that marks a departure for Daniel Blue. The first half of the book contains clean jokes. Yes, that correct; there is not a word of smut in them and you could...


Aunt Sassy Sends Up

by Aunt Sassy

'Aunt Sassy Sends Up' lampoons WANTED, A YOUNG WOMAN TO DO HOUSEWORK - Business Principles Applied to Housework by C. HÉLÈNE BARKER which is now out of copyright. How the world has changed; where once women...


Gathering of Imbeciles; Book Two

by Paul E Kmiotek

Donald, the comic anti-hero of Gathering of Imbeciles: Book One, continues his adventures at the fictitious Corona Park Zoo. He scowls and grumbles his way through alligator training, a trip to Georgia to pick...


Gathering of Imbeciles: Book Three

by Paul E Kmiotek

The third and final book in the epic Gathering of Imbeciles trilogy finds Donald cleaning up after his boss, sitting in the lounge, and looking for another job. And, of course, scowling. Book Three continues...


Wild Chickens and Petty Tyrants: 108 Metaphors for Mindfulness

by Arnie Kozak

This engaging and accessible little book is filled with both humor and profound teaching. It presents 108 metaphors for mindfulness, meditation practice, the nature of the self, change, deep acceptance, and...


How to Make Friends and Oppress People

by Vic Darkwood

No traveler to date has matched the intrepid 19th-century gentleman for his bravery, derring-do, and ability to make a perfect cup of tea in the most malarial of climes. But the sun has set on the golden...


Tony Speaks!: The Wisdom of the Abbott - Revised & Updated

by Russell Marks

You've seen him wearing speedos, kissing babies, driving a mining truck and campaigning on Big Brother.

But who is the real Tony Abbott?

In the grand tradition of Bushisms and The Wit of Whitlam, here are...


Sh*t Asian Mothers Say

by Benjamin Law, Michelle Law & Oslo Davis

Your Asian Mother Says: "You look just like Mummy when she was your age."

Your Asian Mother Means: "You will secure love and happiness thanks to my genes so essentially you owe me everything."

Benjamin Law...


Caledonication

by John Kv Eunson

So, you thought you knew everything you needed to about Scotland and its chequered history? Well, think again.

Did you know that tobacco made up half of Scotland's exports in the eighteenth century? Did you...