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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...


Flip-Flops After Fifty

by Cindy Eastman

Who hasn’t experienced life’s painful jabs—especially those of us who have rounded the corner into middle age? Emotional family events, stress from lousy jobs, the bittersweet feelings when the kids leave...


Yokohama Threeway

by Beth Lisick

Peering into life's cringe-worthy moments, best-selling author Beth Lisick excavates territory that most would rather ignore. Funny, odd, deeply personal, yet somehow universal, these are the kind of memories...


The 20-teens guide 2 Y The world sucks

by Paolo dii Nerma

This book is nothing else but a series of brief collections of humoristic views about what the author thinks about the world. It talks about humanity in general, and then touches politics, power, psychology,...


The Virgin of Rooty Hill

by The Lounge Lizard

Who is "The Lounge Lizard"? And who is "A Courtier"?

"The Lounge Lizard" is a former Sydney investigative journalist, and "A Courtier" is a well-known Australian artist.

It is not through modesty that the author...


Things You Can't Say Out Loud

by L. Sterup,R.

Things You Can't Say Out Loud is a collection of humorous essays touching upon a wide variety of interesting and timely topics, including what the hell is wrong with Florida. And also France. Ha ha. Those places...


Sh*tty Jobs: The Guide to Surviving a Recession

by John Laloggia

In 2009, a recent college graduate entered the workforce filled with excitement and optimism. He found neither in the aftermath of the 2008 recession. He couldn't help but notice the similarities with the 2020...


Nearer

by Arthur Saltzman

Lyrical, witty, and elegiac, Nearer’s 25 essays show the imagination at work and play amid the ambiguities, consternations, and beauties of the world.


The Awe Factor

by Allen Klein & Jack Canfield

How to Find Awe, Meaning, and Wonder in Everyday Life

“One of the best spiritual books of 2020.” —Spirituality&Practice.com

Bestselling author and TEDx presenter Allen Klein returns to find and define awe....


Are You Kidding Me?!

by Lesley Crewe

For the first time, bestselling novelist, columnist, and humorist Lesley Crewe's finest newspaper columns are collected in one place.

Not merely razor sharp, Lesley's wit is also ocean wide, taking in everything...


That Far Greater Bay

by Ray Guy

That Far Greater Bay is the Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal winning collection (1977) of Ray Guy’s best and most vitriolic articles that have appeared in newspapers and magazines countrywide. Aunt Cissy Roach,...


How Ya Gettin’ On?

by Snook

“HowYaGettin’On?” is how downtown St. John’s, Newfoundland, corner boy Snook says hello. He’s been hanging around, telling yarns, and having a laugh for over thirty years now, and this is his welcome...


Bag of Hammers

by Edward Riche

There are the timeless questions that must be answered: Where is the most boring town in Eastern Canada? How can a government most efficiently mismanage prosperity? Are all of our contemporary psychoses a direct...


Moments of Happiness

by Alex Dubas & Yvonne Howell

  • short first-person narratives and local color photographs are accessible to any reader
  • book is ideal gift for non-specialist Russophile,  or ideal gift that a Russophile can give to family and friends
  • “moments...


RatBlurt's Ridictionary

by Kim A. Pederson

You might think this is a dictionary, but you'd be wrong. A dictionary is something you open or search to find or refresh your knowledge of a word you don't recognize or one whose meaning escapes you. While...


Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow

by Jerome K. Jerome & Mint Editions

At a young age, author Jerome K. Jerome found a hobby that he was extremely skilled at, and very passionate about—idleness. He was thrilled at the amount of time he could waste doing nothing, frustrating...


A Theory of Everything Else

by Laura Pedersen

That elusive Holy Grail of modern physics, A Theory of Everything (ToE), would explain the universe in a single set of equations. Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking tackled the problem during their lifetimes...


Music to Eat Cake By

by Lev Parikian

Today’s reader has choices: books about love, about life, about death – and everything in between. The variety is overwhelming, bewildering.

But what if the reader could play a part in producing something...


Pearls from Carol

by Carol Ruggiero

THIS IS A BOOK THAT WAS NEVER MEANT TO BE.

IT IS A COMPILATION OF TWENTY YEARS DEVOTED EFFORT FOR A LOCAL WRITERS GROUP.

GROUP MEMBERS WERE GIVEN BIWEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS. IN CLASS, THEY WERE EACH GIVEN TIME TO READ...


The Physiology of Marriage

by Honoré de Balzac & Mint Editions

The Physiology of Marriage (1829) is a book length essay by French writer Honoré de Balzac. Written from the point of view of an author who has overheard scandalous conversations between two women, The Physiology...