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Happy Fun Times Distribution By Robert Norton
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Will Sid, an aging stripper that dresses as a ballpark snack vendor, win his fourth Northwest Annual Stripper Trials (NASTis) in a row, or will the presence of 70s porn legend Rod Holder on the... More > judges panel mean the end his reign?< Less
No Shortage Volume One By Aiden Clarke
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San Bernardino County in the 1970s: It’s the largest county in the USA; 20,000 square miles of mostly desert, and containing one of the best-preserved stretches of Route 66 remaining in... More > America. In this volume, you will find out what happens when: • Ted Crawford, a seasoned cowboy and artist, holds somebody’s baby for them, and later confronts cattle rustlers. • Cathy Cookson, a popular waitress at a roadside diner, gets hypnotized and appears as an extra in a Burt Reynolds movie. • Hartley Brennik, a fourth grader and survivalist, faces down a racist schoolyard bully with a taste for Mexican food. • Lyndy Martinez, a private investigator, and her boss Chan take a road trip together to Phoenix. (How long can Chan tolerate Lyndy’s obnoxious company before he drives his Cadillac off the nearest cliff?) • Rochelle Bishop, an exotic dancer, gets evicted from her apartment, and has to find a new place immediately—one that also rents to African-Americans. (Hint: it’s hard to find one)< Less
Infernal Kaleidoscope By Lara Biyuts
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Set in St Petersburg, in the 1910s, the collected stories Infernal Kaleidoscope are tales about decadents and aesthetes of the time. Literary taste and authors of the time. Vogue of the time. All... More > colours of decadence. Humour. Historical. Fantasy. 5 humorous stories centring round an ordinary young man of letters who reckons himself an aesthete.< Less
Hover By Annelise Depman
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There is a distinct transition in the journey from boy to man. My therapist says it happens in a moment. There is no time in between, no purgatory as our minds and bodies ease into this new phase.... More > For me, it was an hour. A horribly long, terror-inducing hour that will forever haunt me. March 18, 2014 It started out the way all days do: a missed alarm, the rush to catch a bus, running to my locker before school. I entered my Biology class as a boy with few worries. My father was concerned with my A- grade in the class, and I still needed a date for the Spring Formal. Still, life was at its prime. I had a pretty girl to crush on and the best friend I could have ever asked for. I was happy, right up until the last second, when it all came tumbling down.< Less