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The Party Lords by Justin Grimbol (GRINDHOUSE PRESS) 4.7 Stars (17 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

People call him Buttcrack. He's in his early thirties and he's re-enrolled in high school. The other kids think he's a creepy loser. One day a kid asks him to buy beer for his party and Buttcrack figures this is his chance to fit in. But he loses his wallet and the lady at the liquor store won't sell him booze without an ID. To make things worse, his girlfriend won't help and a group of crazed rednecks keep harassing him. But he's a man on a mission. He's determined to party with teenagers. No matter the cost!

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 83 Pages (3,645 KB)
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Added: Apr 3rd, 2020

Asskickers of the Fantastic: A Rex Havoc Novel by Jim Stenstrum 4.9 Stars (12 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

MEET REX HAVOC... A 6'2" engine of homicidal rage, who has sworn to kill every monster on earth, or at least kick their asses into next week. But even Rex has his hands full when immortal killers from another dimension appear in New York to lay waste to the human race. Aided by a mysterious woman with unearthly powers and a teenage hooker he saved from cannibals, Rex has only hours to somehow destroy a pair of indestructible predators before they turn the earth into their personal 24-hour buffet. Prepare yourself for a balls-out roller coaster ride that is smart, poignant and hilarious. If you dig ASH VS THE EVIL DEAD, this is even groovier! READER REACTION TO THIS NOVEL: "The story is fast-paced... a real page-turner that'll have you following our hero with hardly a moment for respite, and glued to your seat laughing your ass off." - Amazon review "A total blast to read, I couldn't put it down and I can't wait for the next one." - Amazon review

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 170 Pages (2,343 KB)
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Added: Apr 3rd, 2020

Laugh Out Dead: A cozy murder mystery comedy (Urban-Smith Cozy Mystery series Book 1) by Rupert Harker (The Blue Belvoir) 3.9 Stars (11 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

DEATH IS JUST A PHONE CALL AWAY! It's Sherlock Holmes meets the X-Files as paranormal detective, Fairfax Urban-Smith, and forensic pathologist, Rupert Harker, face off against the LOL Curse. Can Urban-Smith and Harker survive unseen assassins, ex-KGB scientists, Russian paramilitaries and suicidally reckless taxi drivers, or will they be next to LAUGH OUT DEAD? FOR THIS WEEK ONLY, STARTING SATURDAY, BUY THE WEREWOLF OF WOTTENHAM WOOD AND SMOKED HAVOC FOR ONLY 99 CENTS EACH!

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 301 Pages (6,077 KB)
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Added: Apr 3rd, 2020

THE REST IS HISTORY: PART ONE by Ali Nelson 4.3 Stars (11 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

"Sophie lay on the bed; still. As her mind ticked over, analysing her surroundings everything seemed to be in order and yet somehow it felt different... " Behind the quirky, humorous story that weaves between historical & contemporary scenes, `The Rest is History` explores an offbeat theory on the workings of the mind. "... quirky & captivating with a comic twist."

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 203 Pages (518 KB)
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Added: Apr 3rd, 2020

Love For The Very First Time - Paul Day Chronicles (The Laugh out Loud Comedy Series) by Gary Locke (Cling and Grow Publishing) 4.7 Stars (7 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

33,000 Laugh-out-Loud words! "***** - Hilarious. I could recommend to anyone who wants a good laugh." - Amazon Reviewer "***** - Very amusing... easy reading. A+" - Amazon Reviewer Paul Day Chronicles - Love For The Very First Time (From the days of 1992) Do you remember falling in love for the first time? Those tingly feelings that wriggle and jiggle around in your stomach? Feelings that, for the first time, didn't come from a ride on a rollercoaster or appear a couple of hours after another of your Mum's undercooked Chicken dinners! The loss of appetite? That wasn't caused by your Mum's announcement that she was cooking another Chicken dinner! The feeling that you've met the one that you know you want to spend the rest of your life with? That special, indescribable time? For Paul Day that time was 1992, with a girl named Louise Knight. But is true love really worth it, when you are faced with having to attend geeky, after-School clubs or having to constantly let your friends down? Not to mention having to meet, and impress, over-protective parents for the first time? Taken from the comedy epic that is Paul Day Chronicles - Goodbye B.M.X. Hello S.E.X., this short adventure focuses on what it's like, for a sixteen year old School boy, to fall in love. But Paul Day isn't your everyday School boy - he is burdened by his unique brand of life chaos! Awkward, quirky, touching and laugh out loud funny; join Paul for his coming of age as he experiences what love is really like for the very first time. Part of the award winning Paul Day Chronicles series - Happily After Ever was voted best humour / comedy book of the year by Laugh out Loud eBooks.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 116 Pages (1,794 KB)
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Added: Apr 3rd, 2020

Duck Egg Blues by Martin Ungless (Limes Publishing) 4.8 Stars (14 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

Duck Egg Blues is funny, sad, mysterious and thrilling. 5 stars 'I absolutely adore PArdew' - Bookshine and Readbows 5 stars 'brilliantly paced' - Richard Dee Scifi 5 stars 'I'm telling you, just pick the book up' - Jessica Rachow 'A robot-butler detective, what's not to love?' Chris Gribble, Director, National Centre for Writing 'Oh my God. I did not expect this book to be so good!' - Anky's Book Bubble 'And if you like Raymond Chandler, PG Wodehouse, Isaac Asimov or Douglas Adams the book is definitely the thriller you've been waiting for.' Lucy Begbie, Eastern Daily Press Award-winning author Martin Ungless has been shortlisted by the Crime Writers' Association for a Debut Dagger three times. 'A clever and ambitious story,' wrote the judges, 'I was laughing and crying and hugging the sheets to my chest!' When the daughter of a rich and powerful businesswoman goes missing from a country house estate, Detective Don is paid to track her down. Rugged and irascible, Don is an ex-cop who has set up shop in a fast-urbanising Essex countryside. He is also the unwilling owner of a robot butler, and as they investigate the disappearance this unlikely duo are forced together, battling criminal gangs, corrupt police, MI6, and international cybercrime. Action-packed and full of twists, the tale is told by PArdew, a kind and unassuming robot. He yearns simply to perform his butler duties but soon finds himself solving crimes, avoiding kidnap, and trying to keep his Master safe from people who for security reasons cannot be named... and yes, there are plastic ducks and eggs which cause the blues... and yes, for blues read murder. Lucky for PArdew he's connected to the Internet of Things. As the investigation gathers pace Don discovers that behind one mystery there lurks a greater threat. No one is safe, not even PArdew... Winner of a WCN Escalator Prize, Martin Ungless brings to life a cast of unique powerful characters in vivid and memorable settings. Duck Egg Blues is ...

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 351 Pages (1,308 KB)
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Added: Apr 3rd, 2020

Blown-Away Man by Tasha Harrison 4.5 Stars (13 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

'Blown-Away Man is a touching tale of what can happen when your life turns out just as you wanted it to, but not as you needed it to. With each new revelation in this complex story, you find yourself caring a little more about the characters, resulting in a poignant and heart-felt read. A brilliant book.' Dorothy Koomson, author of The Ice Cream Girls Brought up in a sleepy Lincolnshire village by unassuming parents, Ed Sullivan has, since the age of eleven, been on a mission to live the fullest and most successful life he can. Now 40, creative director at a renowned London ad agency and married with two young children, life has moved on and become a little too predictable for Ed's liking. Bored, restless and starting to doubt his achievements, he finds himself wondering what his old school friends are up to now... It's not long before Ed sets off to Lincolnshire to meet a group of old classmates whom he hasn't seen in almost 25 years. But the evening turns out to be more of a distraction than he'd intended, when one of his old friends makes a revelation that turns his world upside down.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 257 Pages (879 KB)
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Added: Apr 3rd, 2020

Death and Taxes: An Urban Fantasy Mystery by J. Zachary Pike (Gnomish Press LLC) 4.2 Stars (53 Reviews)    Price verified one hour ago

When Arthur takes a job at a Blue's Doughnuts, he has no idea that his fat, obstinate boss Buford Lafont has a secret: in addition to running a failing bakery, Lafont moonlights as a private investigator and a reluctant expert on the paranormal phenomena that threaten humanity. Detective Lafont wants little to do with the darker side of his small New England town, but the spirits and powers that lurk in the shadows won't leave him alone. His first case with Arthur at his side starts out as a simple disappearance, but quickly draws them into the realm of occult mathematics and sinister rituals. It will take all of Lafont's skill and cunning if they're to survive the dark truth behind the victim's death and taxes.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 34 Pages (196 KB)
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Added: Apr 2nd, 2020

Point Blank: A Short Tale of Macabre Family Faults by Justine Avery 4.3 Stars (101 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

If you can't stand the pressure... ask your mother to stop pointing the gun at your head. Steven is a writer, by all accounts of self-proclamation. But no artist can be expected to work under serious pressure, especially not when the pressure consists of his own mother indenting his tender skull with the muzzle of the pistol held in her hand. Suddenly, it's write or die for Steven. He better tap away on that typewriter or expect to be extracted from the land of the living before he's had the opportunity to finish anything he's ever written. Not to mention that his recently departed Father lying on the floor beside him should supply enough motivation. When Steven manages to frustrate his murderous mother to no end, his wish made under duress actually comes true. Mother's vanished... along with all evidence of the foregoing incident ever having taken place. Is his beloved father really dead? Is his own mother now a criminal on the run? Can he truly never cure his lifetime disease of writer's block? Only one person can uncover the truth and set the world to rights again. That would be Tim, Steven's much more successful, though younger, brother. If only Tim would actually believe Steven's retelling of the frightful situation he's just managed to survive. Someone's got to fix the latest family faux pas. And everyone in the family knows it can't be Steven. In the dead of night, two brothers battle sibling rivalry, serious mother issues, one heinous surprise after another, and a lifetime of family strife to get to the bottom of it all and uncover what's been lying beneath all along. Enjoy the Read... If you delight in chuckle-worthy, disturbing, fun dark comedy, murder mystery, delicious sibling rivalry and family issues, and the cure for writer's block, you'll relish reading Point Blank.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 42 Pages (2,489 KB)
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Added: Apr 2nd, 2020

Tripping the Night Fantastic by Andrew Chapman 4.1 Stars (11 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

Rude, charming, funny and offensive. Tripping the Night Fantastic is a dark comedy about a writer, Charlie Deavon, who attempts to solve a murder that he is accused of while under the influence of a new hallucinogenic drug called Merlin. Struggling with reality and suspecting he might be a character in a novel, Charlie trips and hallucinates his way to the solution of this unique and uproariously funny murder mystery.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 189 Pages (1,152 KB)
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Added: Apr 2nd, 2020

CAPTAIN SHOELACE Seasonal Mayhem (Book 1) (Captain Shoelace Trilogy) by Brian Johnson 3.6 Stars (20 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

REVISED EDITION - March 2020: The first book in the Captain Shoelace trilogy, this is an introduction to the crazy world of Captain Shoelace. A hilarious tale of the first year of his life in the English village of Effam. Split over the four seasons, each section focuses on a themed situation. The Captain's life accelerates into a living nightmare, as he vainly endeavours to impress the villagers. This warning to all that pretentiousness does not pay, features colourful characters, wordplay, moderate sexual innuendo, and bizarre incidents. "He replied; Mr Tarantula, the idea that you could consider yourself on the same social level as an officer of the realm is utterly ridiculous. My good fellow, what would the Queen say if she found out that I was on first name terms with somebody like you!" "Would you like a vol-au-vent? No thank you Mrs Johnson, I'm saving myself until I get married. The misadventure continues in the sequel book 'CAPTAIN SHOELACE Phoenix', and concludes with 'CAPTAIN SHOELACE Secrets'.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 132 Pages (1,271 KB)
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Added: Apr 2nd, 2020

Murder at the High School Reunion (Book 5 Dekker Cozy Mystery Series) by Steve Demaree 4.3 Stars (418 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

In the fifth book in this series, Lt. Dekker gets an advance warning that he might be investigating a couple of murders when two people turn up missing after a high school reunion. When those bodies do indeed turn up, the lieutenant and his sergeant sidekick go to work. They start by interviewing everyone who attended that high school reunion. In their favor is the fact that not a lot of people attended the reunion, but it doesn't help them any when they find out that everyone hated one of the victims, but none of them appear guilty of murder.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 286 Pages (656 KB)
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Added: Apr 2nd, 2020

Killing Dylan by Alastair Puddick (Raven Crest Books) 4.5 Stars (74 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

Someone is trying to kill celebrated author Dylan St James. But who would want him dead? And why? And who the hell shoots someone with a harpoon, anyway? Disgruntled, failed crime writer, Freddie Winters, spends his days conning old ladies, setting up fake book signings, sneaking into literary festivals uninvited and lamenting his lack of success. When his old Friend, Dylan, turns to him for help, Freddie agrees to use his own limited detective skills to find out who's behind the murder attempt. With a group of suspicious ex-wives, a jealous rival, a crazed stalker fan and an exploding postman to deal with, Freddie soon stumbles upon a catalogue of crazy behaviour and a truly bizarre motive for murder. But can he stop the killer before it's too late?

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 277 Pages (483 KB)
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Added: Apr 2nd, 2020

A Bucket Full Of Lies (Book 1) (Bob Roosevelt Mystery Series) by Robert Swisher (Open Talon Press) 4.3 Stars (63 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

Private Detective Bob Roosevelt is not your normal private eye. Roosevelt is an old hippie, war vet, who is desperately trying to find his center and the love of his life, but everytime he seems to be gaining ground he falls smack dab in the center of a murder. To top it off he is saddled with a not so nice guardian angel who thinks Roosevelt is boring and in all truth wants to be the guardian angel for a rock star. A funny fast track through our zanny modern world played out through a cast of characters your mother warned you about. There are with so many twists and turns and laughs in A Bucket Full of Lies you will be kept guessing until the very last page. There has to be someone who tells the truth. Or is there? Book 1 of 4.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 259 Pages (652 KB)
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Added: Apr 2nd, 2020

Travels With Tinkerbelle: 6,000 Miles Around France in a Mechancial Wreck by Susie Kelly (Blackbird Digital Books) 4.0 Stars (134 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

The author and her husband devised a simple plan - to take a tent and the dog and drive around the perimeter of France. Like many simple plans it went wrong before it started and they ended up with two dogs and a campervan named Tinkerbelle. Starting in Brittany, they motorhome along the Atlantic Coast south to the Pyrenees, then follow the Mediterranean resorts to the Alps before juddering off towards the north coast across terrifyingly high mountain causeways. But on the second day of their journey Tinkerbelle begins to self-destruct, helped by the new dog who does his best to eat her from the inside out. This is their story, as they travel from sandy beaches to snow-topped mountains exploring the diverse cultures, cuisines and countryside making up the country called France. Their journey takes them to places out of the ordinary, meeting interesting characters and witnessing ancient traditions. While the dogs rejoice in the freedom they find running on the beaches, Susie and Terry spend a lot of time holding their breath, wondering whether their clapped out old campervan called Tinkerbelle will manage to negotiate impossible mountain routes and get them home before she completely disintegrates. WHAT READERS ARE SAYING: 'There are a handful of authors who can achieve that elusive trick of making you laugh out loud. For me it's James Herriot, Bill Bryson & Susie Kelly.' French Entree Magazine 'Wow, what a road trip. The chaos that is Tinkerbelle with two adults and two large dogs, one still a puppy who delights in eating non-edibles, makes for some very funny tales to read.' French Village Diaries 'One of the best holiday reads this year. Travelogue with a difference... ' Az US 'Its not often that you find a book that is both entertaining and extremely informative at the same time.' Az US 'I felt like I was right there in Tinkerbelle with them all. I could almost smell wet dog.' Az US 'Travels with Tinkerbelle is a truly wonderful travelogue full ...

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 230 Pages (544 KB)
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Added: Apr 2nd, 2020

Pickles The Parrot - A Humorous Look at Life With An African Grey by Georgi Abbott 4.6 Stars (41 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

You can find the Ebook at http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/31179 Everyday life with an African Grey Parrot seen through the humorous and often twisted mind of his owner, Georgi. Her interesting perspectives on animal intellect and unique insights into nature take the reader on a thought provoking, entertaining and often hilarious ride. The star of the book, Pickles, takes his adventures in stride with wit and charm. Pickles is an intelligent parrot who constantly challenges Georgi to keep up with him, both physically and intellectually. His demanding, outspoken yet fun loving attitude places both himself and his owner in some very amusing, and sometimes embarrassing, situations. Georgi touches a bit on nature, as it pertains to Pickles when he is outside in his aviary - their beautiful yard, trout pond and wild birdlife. She speaks of the trials and tribulations of owning a parrot - diet, behaviour and bird intelligence - but for the most part, this book is about the antics of a parrot who thrives on attention and mischief. Follow Pickles on Face Book http://www.facebook.com/pickles.theparrot?v=wall http://www.picklestheparrot.com/

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 148 Pages (1,008 KB)
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Added: Apr 2nd, 2020

It's Me by Kate Hickey 5.0 Stars (6 Reviews)    Price verified 19 hours ago

It's the fall of 2003 and Perry Walsh is entering her freshman year of college. She quickly meets the handsome Ben Brown, a chance encounter that will forever alter the course of her life. As if navigating her connection with another human being isn't hard enough, throw in the realities of campus living: a roommate with a promise ring, regrettable one-night stands, amateur drug deals, and the age-old question of whether or not to sixty-nine with a complete stranger. From an outsider's perspective, Perry is a party girl who is somewhat detached from reality and unconcerned with the consequences of her actions. But deep down Perry is slowly unraveling, battling a nagging feeling of emptiness even a picture perfect relationship cannot seem to fix. Confronted with mounting insecurities during her post-collegiate life in Manhattan, Perry realizes that her emotions may be manifesting into something more than she can handle. Unsure of where to turn, her inner struggle ultimately leads to a crossroads where she must choose to salvage her relationship or save herself.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 414 Pages (751 KB)
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Added: Apr 1st, 2020

Fireworks, Forensics and Felonies (The New Orleans Go Cup Chronicles Book 7) by Colleen Mooney (New Orleans Fast Dog Publishing) 4.8 Stars (27 Reviews)    Price verified 11 hours ago

Fireworks on the 4th of July are not the only sparks flying. When Brandy and Jiff get invited to a 4th of July barbecue they don't bargain for the host and hostess to get blown up only seconds apart but miles away from each other. What does a Schnauzer, a baby squirrel, a motorcycle gang, a homeless man and a million-dollar life insurance policy have in common? Sounds humorous doesn't it? It's Brandy's job to see the connection and solve the crime before one of Jiff's friends is wrongly accused of murder and faces serious criminal charges in 'The Big Easy'.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 237 Pages (853 KB)
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Added: Apr 1st, 2020

The Baby and the Bacon (Baby Claire Story Snack Book 1) by H. L. Burke 4.9 Stars (18 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

A short story, a baby pines for her favorite breakfast meat. Includes an excerpt from author's novel: Dragon's Curse

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 9 Pages (1,415 KB)
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Added: Apr 1st, 2020

The Accidental Scoundrel by Andrew Chapman 4.5 Stars (9 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

A group of elderly and bored aristocrats have taken to stealing rare and priceless items to pass the time. A young man named Richard gets swept up in their world when he gets engaged to the daughter of the dangerously unpredictable Lord Rochdale. Although Richard in not particularly comfortable with theft, or much of the roguish behaviour that goes with it, he must prove to Rochdale that he has scoundrel potential in order to marry his daughter and, more importantly, stay alive. With the help of a disgruntled horse and a genius street urchin Richard haphazardly stumbles his way through Rochdale's trials and not only survives but gains respect (although he's not entirely sure how). Now all he has to do is steal a priceless bottle of whiskey. "Anyone disappointed that Hugh Laurie's second novel never turned up will be glad they picked up The Accidental Scoundrel and gave it a damn good reading." - Jem Roberts, author of the upcoming official Fry and Laurie biography, Soupy Twists! "Do we have a new Wodehouse?" - Robert Wingfield, The INCA Project

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 183 Pages (708 KB)
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Added: Apr 1st, 2020

A Drink With Judas by Grace Adams (Justin Bulpett) 4.5 Stars (7 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

Walking into The Elder Tree pub alone to have a celebratory drink after he is cleared of gross misconduct with a student, teacher Harvey Damon unwittingly crashes the hen party of his first love, Amy Galen. Meanwhile, the landlord, Norman Last, is a troubled man: not only is he having to deal with the rowdy and intimidating hen party; but his pregnant wife fears she is experiencing a miscarriage; the police are denying passage in or out of the pub, having cornered an armed robber in the jeweller's next door; and the landlord cannot even down a drink because in her silent hysteria, his wife insists that, for the first time ever, they are to observe Lent. For some of the customers, being forced to remain in The Elder Tree is heaven-sent but for Amy Galen and her hen party of 'angels', her 'last night of freedom' is proving anything but. As evening turns into a very long night, relationships and friendships are tested and forged, as traumas and betrayals are exposed. But the hens are becoming increasingly unruly, and a black-out is not helping matters, nor is the fact that the cash is running out or that the phone never seems to stop ringing...

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 318 Pages (1,146 KB)
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Added: Apr 1st, 2020

Fire in the Hole (Gynazule Book 2) by Debra Anastasia 4.5 Stars (65 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

Here's what you, the brave reader, need to know. Fire Down Below has a sequel. I know; everyone's super surprised that Amazon allowed me to keep the poop-your-pants book up all this time. In Fire in the Hole, Dove's sausage-loving neighbor has realized he's wildly in love with her lurchingly awkward butt. Johnson is the pharmacist of her dreams until he tells her over Twitter -- goddamnit -- that he has plans with an ex-girlfriend. Duke scrapes Dove off her apartment floor and takes her to his cousin's wedding. As Pissboy and Cross-eyed Knockers tie the knot, Duke could just kick himself in the balls when he sees Johnson and Beth at the same venue driving Dove insane with jealousy. Will Dove give up everything, even her self-esteem, to get Johnson's johnson between her legs? Or will the scent of spiced meat inspire Dove to rip off Duke's sausage-and-egg underwear forever? Yup. I can publish this. No law against it... yet. Praise: "Reading this book will give you haemorrhoids." ~EL James, #1 NTY Bestseller "Please take this garbage and shove it up the hole before it catches fire. Possibly the worst book ever." ~Joy Fulcher, Amazon Best Selling Author "Good God. Not again." ~Tijan NYT Bestseller (who allows payments for friendship) "Last book came with maxi pads. What's next? An industrial-sized tub of Vagisil?" ~Tina Reber, NYT Bestseller "I think I'd rather read a bowl of alphabet soup." ~Elle Jefferson, Queen Unicorn "Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on... why did I agree to read this again?" ~Mary Elizabeth, Mother of Dragons "Wait... what? Again? Does she own stock in those protective pads?" ~Nancee Cain, Amazing Author "Hang on to your vagina (or mine), Debra Anastasia is writing another sick piece of sh*t? WHY????" ~Ana, Ana's Attic Book Blog "Debra slapped me with her lady lips, pinned me down with her bosom, shoved my face against her hairy legs and threatened me to write this review... it's "great." ~Meghan Quinn, Queen of the ...

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 253 Pages (675 KB)
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Added: Apr 1st, 2020

Family Thang by James Henderson 4.0 Stars (254 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

Comedy: a sex-obsessed man thinks he is visited by an angel and his walk in life is visibly and demonstrably changed.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 442 Pages (1,066 KB)
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Added: Apr 1st, 2020

Nobody's Poodle by Nikki Attree (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform) 4.6 Stars (88 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

How could anybody abandon a dog like Gizmo... ? When loveable Labradoodle, Gizmo, is uprooted from his home in cold, grey, muddy England to start a new life in Tenerife, he's stoic. But just when he's learnt the local woof-speak and survived an out-of-botty experience at the vet he's abandoned on the mean streets of Costa del Scorchio. Every day's a struggle. His soulmate, Katie, is snatched from him. He's captured and nearly torn apart in El Bastardo's dog-fighting ring... But Gizmo's a survivor. He's a spokesmutt for the underdog and a canine philosopher. You'll learn how his universe works. How dogs invented the internet ('SmellNet'), email ('SmellMail') and wifi ('Whiffy'). And you'll celebrate their dogged, Zen-like stoicism in the face of human stupidity, indifference, and cruelty. With a cast of wonderful woofers and a story that's the mutt's nuts, NOBODY'S POODLE is the dog's danglies of a book!

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 141 Pages (2,250 KB)
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Added: Apr 1st, 2020

The Spamford Files: A Brief History of Policing 2010-2014 by Andy Gilbert 4.9 Stars (23 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

An historical record of the most turbulent period in U.K policing. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry and it will make you understand why the once finest police force in the world is now on its knees. Do senior officers like those in Spamford really exist? Unfortunately they exist in every single police force in Britain.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 92 Pages (423 KB)
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Added: Apr 1st, 2020

The Unlikely Triathlete: The bizarre journey of a podgy middle aged diabetic by Deborah Longman 4.8 Stars (69 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

Debs was hardly a person you'd expect to do triathlons - at 41, borderline obese and diabetic she really should have considered a more appropriate mid life crisis. However, despite her failings and lack of any form of sporting prowess she decided "what the hell" and gave it a shot. Living proof that if she could train for a triathlon anyone can. This Novelette follows the first part of her remarkable and surprising journey into becoming the Unlikely Triathlete.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 51 Pages (1,889 KB)
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Added: Apr 1st, 2020

Happiness Isn't Funny: True Stories of a Road Comic by Gabriel Rutledge 4.8 Stars (20 Reviews)    Price verified 15 hours ago

Follow comedian Gabriel Rutledge on an occasionally-uncomfortable, always-funny look at the life of a modern road comic as he continues his climb toward the middle of the pack. Equal parts incisive and intimate, Rutledge relates -- in hilarious detail -- the challenges and struggles of raising a family and pursuing a comedy career, all while battling the horrors of the comedy condo, the slow death of performing to a captive nursing home audience, and the nightmare of air travel with a fellow comedian who just can't pick up on social cues. With his customary wit and searing honesty, Rutledge -- 2004 winner of the Seattle International Comedy Competition -- pulls back the curtain on his life, his family, his art, and probably more about his bathroom habits than he should. Sometimes laughter hurts, but then again, happiness isn't funny.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 164 Pages (914 KB)
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Added: Mar 31st, 2020

Cooper's Last Resort (The Last Stop Retirement Community Series Book 3) by Kirt J Boyd (Rolling Down the Mountain Press) 4.3 Stars (12 Reviews)    Price verified 3 hours ago

Sometimes Inspiration is Found in the Most Unlikely Places... To say that fifteen-year-old Cooper isn't thrilled about the idea of spending his entire summer with his grandfather at The Last Stop retirement home is the understatement of the century. The fact that he has to work there for the privilege of sleeping on his grandfather's couch only adds insult to injury. The folks at the retirement home aren't too sure about him, either. His hair is forever hanging in his eyes, for one, and he seems determined to go the entire summer without uttering a single word. While they are trying to keep an open mind, Cooper is doing nothing to change their opinion that youth is just an unfortunate stage to becoming an old person. But something surprising happens over the course of the summer, forcing everyone involved to reevaluate their opinion of the opposing generation. In this, the third installment of The Last Stop series, the whole gang is here: Amato, the boisterous chef, who Cooper has the misfortune of working for; Byron, the hyper-competitive, former Olympian, who gives Cooper pointers on his less than impressive physique; Kelly, the much feared fitness instructor, who teaches him to take pride in even the most mundane tasks; Harry, the maintenance man, who teaches him the value of hard work. And, of course, Holy Moses, the facility's canine mascot, who's respect Cooper must earn. There's a new resident, too, making his first appearance: Ain't He Something, a retired racehorse, who provides his own very entertaining life lessons... Book 3 of 3 in The Last Stop Retirement Community Series Note: All books in the series can be read and enjoyed in any order.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 175 Pages (438 KB)
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More Letters from a Self-Made Merchant to His Son by George Horace Lorimer (Enhanced Media Publishing) 5.0 Stars (14 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

George Horace Lorimer's More Letters From A Self-Made Merchant To His Son is a sequel to his widely popular Letters From A Self-Made Merchant To His Son, and offers fourteen more hilarious letters from Old Gorgon Graham, a prosperous pork-packer in Chicago, to his son, Pierrepont, whom he 'affectionately' calls 'Piggy.' George Horace Lorimer was an American journalist and author best known as the editor of The Saturday Evening Post. During his editorial reign, the Post rose from a circulation of several thousand to over a million. He is credited with promoting or discovering a large number of American writers like Jack London.

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Length: 105 Pages (450 KB)
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Calling All Neighbours (Calling All... Book 4) by Tara Ford 4.7 Stars (17 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

Tiffany Cuthbert has just moved into her dream home and to top it all, she bought the house with the love-of-her-life and long-term boyfriend, Joe Frey. So what could possibly go wrong? As the young couple settle into their new home, on the outskirts of town, they begin to meet the neighbours, one by one. Tiffany soon realises that things are not as they might have first appeared in Sycamore Close as she unwittingly gets drawn into strange situations with even stranger characters. Will Tiffany and Joe's new house be home-sweet-home or will it turn out to be the pressure point where everything falls apart?

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Length: 339 Pages (1,381 KB)
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Added: Mar 30th, 2020

The Mystery of Briony Lodge: A cunning mashup of Sherlock Holmes and Jerome K. Jerome's THREE MEN IN A BOAT by David Bagchi (Barbican Press) 4.8 Stars (12 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

For three Victorian slackers -- to say nothing of their dog -- becoming Sherlock Holmes's neighbours was very nearly the death of them. In this mash-up of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Jerome K. Jerome, their best-loved creations collide chaotically -- with Mrs Hudson, as always, left to pick up the pieces. London, the early 1890s. Jerome and his fox-terrier Montmorency have recently moved to a new set of rooms in Mrs Hudson's establishment in Baker Street. The tenant of the floor below has some anti-social habits, such as working with odiferous chemicals and, when bored, firing a revolver into his ceiling. But at least the rent is low. Jerome and his friends are planning their latest jaunt -- and indulging their favourite pastime of bemoaning the inconveniences of modern nineteenth-century living -- when Miss Briony Lodge calls at Baker Street to ask their help. Who is sending her orange pips? Whoever it is, they are getting closer by the day. When two, more sinister, strangers call, it becomes clear that the beautiful young schoolmistress is in deadly danger. But what match are a bank clerk, a lawyer's assistant, a dog and a novelist for a international gang of desperadoes? None whatsoever. Until Mrs Hudson takes charge...

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Length: 113 Pages (2,581 KB)
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Cooking With Lovecraft: Supernatural Horror In The Kitchen by Miguel Fliguer 4.3 Stars (17 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

This book is a collection of short Lovecraftian gastronomical stories. It will tickle your weird bone, but will also give you directions to make real, tested, delicious dishes. Sometimes the recipe is just an excuse for the story, sometimes is the other way around, and ocasionally there won't be no recipe at all. Most of the stories are tongue-in-cheek, even outright silly, as an affectionate tribute to Lovecraft and the Mythos; but a couple of tales are a bit different. There are bits -large and small- inspired by Frank Belknap Long, Donald Wandrei, Arthur Machen, Robert Bloch, Robert W. Chambers, Clark Ashton Smith, and Douglas Adams. Table of Contents: - Acknowledgements - Does Cooking Belong In Lovecraft? - Irem Hummus - Baby Shantak Wings - Sausage Deep Ones - Spanakopita - HIFYM - The Uneatable - Anziques Kebab - Bratwurst mit Sauerkraut - False-Meat Vegan Spaghetti - Ghoulash - An Inquiry On The Menu Served At The Palace Of King Nargis-Hei In Sarnath, Upon The Celebration Of The Thousandth Anniversary Of The Destruction Of Ib - Fried Honey-Garlic Chicken Of Tindalos - The History of "De Vermicelli Mysteriis" - Commonplace Cookbook (excerpts) - The Feastival - The 419 Eater - The Horror From The Ice-Cream - Gulab Jamun - Poached Pears in Spiced Vinum Sabbati - The (In)famous Cthulhu Pie - Alfred Jermyn's Banana Bread - Cosmick Fairy Cakes - Post Cibum Bon Appetit !

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Length: 158 Pages (2,732 KB)
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Drunk on a Plane: The Misadventures of a Drunk in Paradise: Book 1 by Zane Mitchell (New Island Press) 4.4 Stars (193 Reviews)    Price verified 20 hours ago

So, I'm Drunk. Daniel T. Drunk, Jr. if you really wanna know. And I'm on a plane headed to Paradise Isle on the trip of a lifetime. The occasion? My honeymoon. Except, there's only one problem. I'm riding solo. It's a really long story, and if you don't mind, I'd prefer to leave it at that. Really? You must know? Fine, I get it. You're the nosey type. Here's the abbreviated version. I came within an inch of marrying a cheating slut. There. Get the picture? Good. But that's not what this story is about. This story is about what happened after I got to Paradise and a dead body showed up in my motel room. And, of course, the cops tried to blame it on me. And then the actual murderer decided they wanted me dead too. Fuck. The hits just kept on coming. And to top it all off. This woman started following me around the island, and she couldn't seem to keep her hands off me. But not in a good way. So if you're interested in a bit of Caribbean flavored action and adventure, with a hint of sexual tension, a dash of unapologetic profanity, and a kick-ass ending, then this is your book. If you're looking for the next best piece of literature since - oh, hell, who am I kidding? I don't know shit about good literature. But if that's what you're looking for, then keep moving, cause this ain't that. If, however, you're like me and just looking for a good time, then I'm your fella. I promise you, you won't be disappointed. Rated R for language, crude humor, and sexual innuendos. Rated A+ for entertainment value.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 350 Pages (3,239 KB)
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Stags! by Michael Madden 3.2 Stars (31 Reviews)    Price verified 16 hours ago

Drinking, Football, Women. A hilarious window into the world of blokes being blokes. Johnny Reid is getting married, but bride-to-be Samantha is adamant that his stag weekend will not be in Amsterdam, so much so that she has confiscated his passport, but Best Man Pete Platt, who also happens to be Samantha's brother, has a plan. He procures a passport, organises flights and accommodation, and what follows is a hilarious blow by blow account of the whole episode. You will meet our hero, Pete, whose thoughts centre around sex, football, and more sex, Johnny, the downtrodden groom to be, and Bird, the larger than life character who adds spice to any situation, as well as many others. Stags! takes you on a rollercoaster ride through the secret planning, the dramatic moment when Pete reveals the sensational, though probably illegal, plan to Johnny, and the resulting orgy of drugs, prostitution and alcohol fuelled excesses of a stag weekend in Amsterdam. Strictly Over 18s only.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 305 Pages (1,782 KB)
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From Russia, With Love: My emails to internet scammers (and other stories) by Howard Hockin 4.1 Stars (15 Reviews)    Price verified 16 hours ago

It started with a ping. An email from a woman named Tatiana, confessing true love. It all sounded rather suspicious - she could, to be honest, do a lot better. But she had beaten my email firewall, so fair do's to her. It would have been rude not to, really. Amazingly she replied back to me, and we spoke for many weeks. It seemed I had found my true love, helped by me pretending to be Geoffrey out of Rainbow. But then, as I chronicled my travels round Russia to find her, she stopped writing. But never mind, because along came Alina. Of course true love is not cheap, so I was soon conversing with the odd Nigerian prince and Zimbabwean refugee who just happened to require my assistance in dealing with many millions of US dollars. What follows is my journey to find true love and a nice nest-egg as alter-ego Harold Bishop. A story of love, lust, betrayal and copious amounts of badminton.

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Length: 240 Pages (2,280 KB)
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The Book of Biff #1 Target Practice by Chris Hallbeck 3.2 Stars (80 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

The Book of Biff is a single panel comic about spaghetti, time travel and toast. The strip centers around a child-like mad scientist named Biff who may be part cockroach or possibly an alien. He lives a solitary life in a world that he appears to have all to himself. Not a single word is spoken and no other soul is seen. This collection explores alternate uses for hand puppets, the proper use of an electric tennis ball and the importance of keeping your immovable object dry. 105 pages. Full color (on color devices.)

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Length: 107 Pages (20,861 KB)
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Frank Friendship’s Free Fireworks: Two Darkly Fun Short Stories Starring Everybody’s Friend by RG Manse (Wolf Ears Media) 4.1 Stars (15 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

Some no-hopers are heroes... Meet Frank "Fun reads for dark evenings and I definitely need more Frank in my life" -- Yellow bookworm Frank is the outrageous and much-loved star of the Frank Friendship series and here's a chance to meet him before he was famous. Two feel-good short stories to bring a smile and introduce you to a very different kind of hero. 1. Frank Friendship's Free Fireworks With Halloween and Bonfire Night approaching fast, the church committee votes against fireworks, but Frank just isn't the kind of guy who'll settle for sparklers. 2. Superluminal Strawberry Split Planet Earth and a young Frank Friendship is on a mission for an ice-lolly when he encounters hostile aliens. The Frank Friendship series Don't miss the Frank Friendship series of full-length novels, a different take on mystery that's set its fans' heads in a spin. Look inside this book for links to start reading these outrageous books free. "I have never before connected with a literary character so much... Fantastic... Funny... Sweet!" -- Liz

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Length: 30 Pages (986 KB)
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From the Bottom Drawer of: Alan Zweibel: The Prize, The Ride Home, Sexting with Alan Dershowitz by Alan Zweibel (Price World Publishing) 3.9 Stars (16 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

Alan Zweibel dusts off some hilarious material written years ago that stand the test of time. An original Saturday Night Live writer, award winning author and playwright, Zweibel releases three never before published short stories: "The Prize", "The Ride Home", and "Sexting with Alan Dershowitz" pulled from Alan's Bottom Drawer delivered directly to your eReader. You'll be laughing within seconds... Okay, minutes... Okay, the next day. But that's still good, right? "One of the best comedy writers around, Alan Zweibel is my bounce guy. We've been friends for so long we have our own comedic shorthand. We totally get each other's sense of humor." - Larry David "He's wonderfully funny and very smart and he's a big guy, but very sensitive." - Billy Crystal "Alan Zweibel is the funniest writer in the world." - Dave Barry "Read Alan Zweibel and you'll be reminded of the likes of Robert Benchley and S.J. Perelman. You can't help but be moved by his warmth and insight even as you laugh your ass off." - David Steinberg ABOUT THE AUTHOR An original Saturday Night Live writer who the New York Times said has "earned a place in the pantheon of American pop culture," Alan Zweibel has won multiple Emmy, Writers Guild, and TV Critics awards for his work in television which also includes "It's Garry Shandling's Show", "Monk", PBS's "Great Performances", and "Curb Your Enthusiasm". A frequent guest on talk shows such as "The Late Show with David Letterman", Alan's many theatrical contributions include the Tony Award winning play "700 Sundays" which he collaborated on with Billy Crystal, Martin Short's Broadway hit "Fame Becomes Me", and the off-Broadway play "Bunny Bunny - Gilda Radner: A Sort of Romantic Comedy" which he adapted from his best-selling book. Alan has written the 2006 Thurber Prize winning novel "The Other Shulman", the popular children's book "Our Tree Named Steve", and a collection of short stories and essays titled "Clothing Optional". His humor has also ...

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It Came From Beneath the Slush Pile: 20 Kinds of Stupid: An Anthology of Idiot Heroes and Ridiculous Heroines by Holly Lisle (Independent Bookworm) 3.9 Stars (16 Reviews)    Price verified 32 minutes ago

twenty fatally flawed flash stories by Holly Lisle and students If there's one thing more fun than writing awesome stories, it's occasionally indulging in the worst excesses and writing awesomely bad stories. Holly Lisle and a group of her students put all of the most clich├ęd, badly formed, and just plain wrong techniques into as few words as they could, and gathered them together as a way of leading by (horrific) example and illustrating why sometimes, the rules really are there to help (and yes, run-on sentences are bad too). For learning should always be fun. This anthology contains stories by Holly Lisle, Bill Bush, Erica Damon, Danger Dave, DB Eldridge, Ava Fairhall, Peg Fisher, Katharina Gerlach, Gloria Hanlon, Madison Keller, K.V. Moffet, Ruth Sard, Laura Thurston, Tom Vetter

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 97 Pages (1,660 KB)
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Cupcakes Are Not a Diet Food (Another Round of Laughter Book 1) by David Bruce (BrenkennBooks,Inc.) 4.1 Stars (15 Reviews)    Price verified one hour ago

While on a Caribbean Cruise and after numerous bottles of Moscato wine and several trips to the all-you-can-eat dessert bar, four sisters decided to write a book about their love affair with food and their experiences with diet disasters. With a combined 224 years of experience between the sisters, they consider themselves experts at diet failures. Once the title of the book was decided, they eagerly disembarked the ship, headed home, and not very quickly began writing about their diet bloopers and failures. After they discussed their work-in-progress with their older, and wiser, and normal-weight brother David, he realized the book was a fun idea, but it would need some insight into good nutrition and exercise and so he graciously or reluctantly (depends on who you ask) volunteered to add some of his wisdom and knowledge to the readers and to his sisters.

Genre: Humour [x]
Length: 94 Pages (1,253 KB)
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