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The Funniest People in Families, Volume 6: 250 Anecdotes By David Bruce
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Print edition. This book contains 250 anecdotes about families, including this one: On September 24, 1974, the daughter of actors Michael Williams and Judi Dench was born. She was named Tara Cressida... More > Frances, but everyone called her Finty. Because Finty’s parents were Shakespearean actors, she learned quotations from Shakespeare as a tiny tot. One parent would say, “I’ll put a girdle around the earth …,” and Finty would finish the quotation: “in 40 minutes.” If a parent asked her what King Lear says, Finty would answer, “Never, never—FIVE times!” In a Nativity play, Finty played the innkeeper’s wife, and when she was asked what the play was about, she replied, “It’s about this inn-keeper’s wife, of course.” When Finty was 11 years old, she told a friend that a play her mother was appearing in was “without doubt the most boring play I’ve ever seen in the whole of my life.”< Less
T'Schai By Brent Dorian Carpenter
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The T'Schai, an ancient African race of hyper-powerful masters of Osmosis and the Georhythm, a deity-like society that seeks to play God and topples as a result of its own stunning hubris. The... More > Foundation, lead by the Supreme Shepherdess Alaiyo, six surviving scientists culpable for the self-inflicted genocide, released after 70,000 years of hibernation, and determined to reclaim Mother Earth and wipe out modern-day Mankind. Paul Morgan, a 17 year-old African American boy plagued with bipolar disorder, and direct-line hybrid descendant of one of the Six, who possesses the might to destroy mountain ranges and holds the entire fate of two great civilizations in his unsteady hands. What is the staggering confluence of events that intertwines these two colossal forces, and what will happen when after 70 millennia they at long last collide? Part-Superman, Dune, Roots and even Battlestar Galactica, T'Schai is the most mind-bogglingly unusual and original black comic hero the world will ever encounter.< Less
The PMS Coloring Book (Black & White Compilation) By Nicholas Black
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The PMS Coloring Book by Cynthia Van Edwards [MATURE CONTENT] 84 Image, Midnight + White Compilation Edition This is a coloring book devoted to each and every woman on the planet earth who must, at... More > some point, face the realities of P.M.S. For some it isn’t a big deal, but for the other 99.96% of us… it hurts like a mother-f’er. So get out your pens, sharpies, markers, colored pencils, or lipstick and let’s bring out those thoughts and feelings so that we don’t murder those closest to us during that time of the month when Lucifer seems to we washing out our insides. It’s easy to get really angry sometimes… so we started coloring swear words. This is the Midnight + White edition, which uses Black, Grey & White backgrounds so that your colors literally pop off the page and you can walk around like a lazy eyes psycho and show people what you did last night when you weren't going batshit crazy! What you’re left with are really unique and beautiful pieces of art.< Less
Cycling the Moon: Book I of the Greenmyn Moons in the Wormhole Pocket Series By Ron Baxley, Jr.
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"Cycling the Moon" is a full color illustrated satirical/funny science fiction book that has cross-over appeal to young adults and adults. It combines the humor of Douglas Adams with the... More > allegorical facets of a C.S. Lewis book. The short novel makes fun of bureaucracy and our materialistic culture through a bunch of aliens. Within his small Southern town, a misfit, creative youth, Marty, whose father always wanted him to be more technical and whose mother always liked his creativity, finds a watch with a character in it that was thrown down to Earth by the Minister of Poetic Justice. The Minister of Poetic Justice, an executioner-like alien from a distant moon with an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth-style leathery helmet, has shrunk down a time traveler, Tempus Fugit, and has put him in the watch as punishment for his trying to turn his entire moon into a time travel device. After Marty finds this watch, various adventures and misadventures ensue.< Less
The Tainted Moor By David Rodger
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Short story (6,700 words). In the North East of England is a place where something so terrible has occurred, that the locals dare only to speak of it as a warning to survivors thinking of going... More > there*** The Tainted Moor*** Man has tried to penetrate the chaos of the Infection and brought such calamity upon the battered Earth that even the Angels weep in despair. An indelible stain upon the bruised flesh of Mother Nature*** The Tainted Moor *** Do not tread in the crumbling footsteps of the decaying God, or survey the warped signs of its fury. For to see and breathe, and believe, is to be changed and so doomed forever. PART OF YELLOW DAWN which is a role-playing game described as a post-apocalyptic world for action adventure and investigative horror. Some aspects of the game draw heavily upon H.P.Lovecraft's “Cthulhu Mythos” cycle of stories. This short story is part of a series looking to explore concepts around the influence of the Great Old One, Hastur, within this world, through the zombie infection.< Less
And Then the Town Took Off By Richard Wilson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Richard Wilson (1920–1987) was a Nebula Award winning... More > American science fiction writer and fan. He was a member of the Futurians, and was married at one time to Leslie Perri.His books included the novels The Girls from Planet 5 (1955); 30-Day Wonder (1960); and And Then the Town Took Off (1960); and the collections Those Idiots from Earth (1957) and Time Out for Tomorrow (1962). His short stories included "The Eight Billion" (nominated for a Nebula Award as Best Short Story in 1965); "Mother to the World" (nominated for the Hugo for Best Novelette in 1969 and winner of the Nebula in 1968); and "The Story Writer" (nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Novella in 1979).Wilson also worked in the public relations field as director of the Syracuse University News Bureau from 1964 to 1980. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Wilson_(author)< Less
The Tainted Moor By David Rodger
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Short story (6,700 words). In the North East of England is a place where something so terrible has occurred, that the locals dare only to speak of it as a warning to survivors thinking of going... More > there*** The Tainted Moor*** Man has tried to penetrate the chaos of the Infection and brought such calamity upon the battered Earth that even the Angels weep in despair. An indelible stain upon the bruised flesh of Mother Nature*** The Tainted Moor *** Do not tread in the crumbling footsteps of the decaying God, or survey the warped signs of its fury. For to see and breathe, and believe, is to be changed and so doomed forever. PART OF YELLOW DAWN which is a role-playing game described as a post-apocalyptic world for action adventure and investigative horror. Some aspects of the game draw heavily upon H.P.Lovecraft's “Cthulhu Mythos” cycle of stories. This short story is part of a series looking to explore concepts around the influence of the Great Old One, Hastur, within this world, through the zombie infection.< Less
The Chronicles of Adrian Smith: There's No Place Like Home By Richard Neumann
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At age 13 ½ T’Sam was destined to be ruler of her worlds. In the flash of a sword, her life changed as did the lives of millions of her people. To avoid ruthless bloodshed and the... More > exploitation of her worlds, she sold herself into slavery and was exiled from her home. Years later, she is light years from home, no longer a slave, and married to the most notorious black marketeer in the galaxy. Adrian Smith, CPA, the Earth born accountant who stumbled upon the galaxy and not only survived, but thrived by selling junk food and music. Her days are no longer consumed with the duties of royalty or even the constant attending to a spoiled princess. As a wife and mother, she fills her days by helping at her son’s one room school, forever exiled form her home, forever wondering if the most important decision of her life had been the right one. And then a storm and a school teacher plant a seed that would send her on an adventure across the galaxy to seek the answer.< Less
Tom Swift and His Tectonic Interrupter By Victor Appleton II
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SPECIAL RETAIL VERSION: It begins with a request for a secret meeting with a man who won't reveal his identity. Normally, Tom Swift—young inventor—would just turn this over to his... More > Security people, but something sparks his interest. Once he finally forces the man to open up, it is almost ridiculously easy to fulfill his requests. Tom tries to turn to other endeavors but is drawn into a more complex adventure that, surprisingly, needs that earlier invention. A mysterious rift is tearing its way from the Atlantic ocean into the Northeast states. Tom, with the assistance of his best friend Bud Barclay, and a diminutive scientist, embark on a project to not only discover what is really happening, but must come up with a way to stop it before things become catastrophic! It is one of Tom's hardest adventures as he battles the very ground we all walk on. Is taking on Mother Nature and the planet Earth just too much?< Less
Cycling the Moon: Book I of the Greenmyn Moons in the Wormhole Pocket Series By Ron Baxley, Jr.
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"Cycling the Moon" is a full color illustrated satirical/funny science fiction book that has cross-over appeal to young adults and adults. It combines the humor of Douglas Adams with the... More > allegorical facets of a C.S. Lewis book. The short novel makes fun of bureaucracy and our materialistic culture through a bunch of aliens. Within his small Southern town, a misfit, creative youth, Marty, whose father always wanted him to be more technical and whose mother always liked his creativity, finds a watch with a character in it that was thrown down to Earth by the Minister of Poetic Justice. The Minister of Poetic Justice, an executioner-like alien from a distant moon with an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth-style leathery helmet, has shrunk down a time traveler, Tempus Fugit, and has put him in the watch as punishment for his trying to turn his entire moon into a time travel device. After Marty finds this watch, various adventures and misadventures ensue.< Less

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