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Rubber Chicken For The Soul By Chip Weber
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Rubber Chicken For The Soul is the perfect anytime reader. Seven Chapters of fun humor.
The Cow Tale That Doesn't Swat Flies By Russ Knopp
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I wrote this book to share, in my own "punny" way, a fun adventure with our elementary school staff one year when I was building principal.
Angel Moxie: the Complete and Annotated Collection By Dan Hess
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Join Alex, a spirited young girl given magical powers, and her friends, the techno-savvy Riley and the rebellious Tristan, as they enter the world of Magic, Monsters and Junior High! Under the... More > guidance of Miyaneko Gato, a talking cat sent from the Higher Authority, the girls must take on the treacherous task of defending the Earth from the evil forces of Lord Yzin and his demon henchmen.< Less
Daze in the Country By Lyn McConchie
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In 1989 the author purchased a small farm and settled down to farm and write books. The writing has been successful with her 20th book due out soon, but her farming endeavours have been more amusing... More > than profitable. In this book you'll read about the bantam that crossed the road, the steer that ate clay, the affair of the farmhouse drains, and the strange events surrounding the escape of Fatso the piglet.< Less
Potato Torpedoes Away! By R. Scott Goff
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Potato Torpedoes Away! The first novel from author R. Scott Goff, is a funny, sweet and sometimes scary recollection of childhood adventures in the late 1960's, written from the adult perspective.... More > From adventure to misadventure, the main character charts a course thoughout his youth learning about life, love, loss, friendship an salvation. Ultimately, becoming the man who will not forget just how good things were...and are.< Less
Rural Daze and (K)nights By Lyn McConchie
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Once again Lyn McConchie is out on her farm, coping with mad baby magpies, peculiar sheep, and inquisitive cattle. After 20 years, her piglets are as odd as ever, and her friends as... More > long-suffering, while her cats remain the lights of her life. Join Lyn as she builds an extension on her house, writes, entertains friends, survives earthquakes, rescues lambs, and is suspected of being a terrorist in disguise... life as usual at Farside Farm, New Zealand.< Less
Daze on the Land By Lyn McConchie
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Buying and selling property at the same time is something the author swears she'll never do again. Her hilarious story of what happened when she did, and what happened afterwards on the small farm... More > she purchased, makes this book a rolicking tale of property deals and country life.< Less
Farming Daze By Lyn McConchie
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When a crippling motorcycle accident forced Elizabeth Underwood to give up her city job, she swapped her suburban home for the backblocks, a smallholding, 19th-century farmhouse and a completely new... More > way of life. How she coped with fresh air, country noises, perplexed neighbours and a varied selection of animals (and how they coped with her) make a diverting, often downright funny, story.< Less
4-Day Follies: (NOT) Captain's Log By Pilot X & Pilot X
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A year in the life of a "funny as hell" airline pilot. Satirical guns blazing,pilots passengers and crew are all targets of opportunity. Unabridged awesomeness and half-assed editing... More > included free of charge.< Less
Field Daze By Lyn McConchie
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Life at Farside Farm continues much as normal... if 'normal' is a term that can be applied to Lyn McConchie's animals, both resident and visiting (cats, sheep, geese, chickens, mice, birds, and the... More > occasional steer and dog), the parade of builders, repairmen, visiting friends and neighbours, and a gunman on the loose, all of which join the weather, earthquakes, and book sales and revisions in contributing to a life that is frequently chaotic, often confusing, but never boring.< Less
Killing for Dummies By Dr. flylow Drummand
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A step by step guide to becoming a creative and popular killer. Special paperback edition contains personal message from god/Satan or alternate personality. Kindle edition available on Amazon.com
Rustic (and Rusted) Daze By Lyn McConchie
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Lyn is back with more from her farm: strange events at the local hospital, an odd relationship on the farm, weird goings-on with a lamb, and even more peculiar occurrences (in Spain) with her... More > writing. Visiting cattle are harassed by a bantam, burglars are harassed by the geese, and Lyn is harassed by just about everything -- but she's used to that.< Less
How to Remember Jokes - Clean version By Richard Webster
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"How to Remember Jokes" is a simple system to remember jokes. Have you ever been in a situation where someone told a joke, and you wanted to tell one in return, but couldn't remember any of... More > the thousands of jokes you've heard over the years? You'll never experience that again once you've read this book. Richard Webster has taught workshops on memory for many years. The most popular part of these has always been the session on remembering jokes. Once you've read this book, you'll always have a selection of jokes that you can instantly recall whenever you wish to add humor to a situation.< Less
Italian Lesson 101 By Gennaro Lombardi
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Here it is ... Italian Lessons 101. You may have learned some lessons in school my friends, but there is no school brave enough in the world to withhold and teach all the lessons that can be learned... More > here in this book. This book contains lessons that are not only learned in school, but also the streets, where most Italian Americans get their true colors from. This is a book for the New Age, and the Old Age, and it is here to show that Italians teach things that transcend time and space. They are genius lessons that can last more than a life time, and have value to teach every era. From Leonardo Da Vinci who lived 500 years ago, to the modern day mobster movie GoodFellas, they were Italians who were border line crazy/genius, and taught us valuable life lessons. So make a pot of coffee, sit down, shut up, and get ready to learn 101 of the best Italian lessons ever taught.< Less
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Say It Ain't So! By Lyn Clarke
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His ability to grasp the weirdness of today’s sometimes wacky life experiences, with all its oddities, and then turn them into amusing anecdotes is, to say the least, a true gift. He has... More > gleaned more zany observations in this, his latest book, and hopes that he is able to impart, to the reader, his curious and sometimes wild visions. The slanted use, of the English language, also provides some adaptations to give the reader an opportunity to explore its convoluted use of actions, sayings and views. Humor is extremely subjective and thus some people will not see the funny side of all his deep thoughts and off beat descriptions. Do not be offended by any of these twisted tales as they were merely devised with the single hope of attempting to encourage thinking and amusement for the reader. Therefore, no harm is ever meant or intended. The author assures that, with his range of experiences, each reader will get an ample share of his off -the-cuff satire so dig in and let the good times roll.< Less
Reformation in Orient and Other Stories By Matti Tiilikainen
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Book "Reformation in Orient and Other Stories" tells first how God made man and how man got first radio contact to his Creator. What old retired Gods think about modern times on the... More > mountain of Olympus? Next writer ponders carefully would he be a good dictator, if he got the job. Is it wise to take a tattoo, and if, what write in it? How artist beats his eternal shortage of money? What kind is very special experience offered by theatre to novice? Odd Olympic Games get the appropriate attention, like Islamic reformation, which changes Arab world radically. At the end book reveals new theory, how everything actually stared and how it will end. These and many other subjects are considered in book profound but not so seriously. Use it or lose it!< Less
Mission Unhoppable II: Easter Bunny Rising By Sarah Keyes & Hannah Keyes
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Hello curious reader. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to join UMF Agents Bunt, Beatrix, & Bunji as they take on Salmonella Lane and his new evil sidekick, who goes by the code... More > name Easter Bunny. Can the UMF stop them in time to save the world--and the reputation of the real Easter Bunny?? The mission has never been so unhoppable… until the next one. This synopsis will self-destruct in 5 seconds.< Less
Pin Pan Pun and other Cubanisms By Denise Miqueli
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As kids of Cuban parents, we grow up with unsolicited advice, cultural sayings and emotional slang. As adults we find ourselves pulling from those memories, reacting as our parents did...... More > Coño! This book breaks down 20 of the most popular Cubanisms, with a light hearted, Miami twist.< Less
Proud to be a Trumpanzee By Robert Dornfried
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What is a Trumpanzee? Some will tell you Trumpanzee’s are mindless, un-evolved members of society that blindly follow President Trump. But if you ask a “Trumpanzee” how they define... More > themselves they will answer with two words: TRUE AMERICAN. “Proud to be a Trumpanzee” is a reflection of how President Trump’s supporters feel about the issues facing all Americans. In the summer of 2018, author and cartoonist Bob Dornfried became increasingly dismayed with what he perceived as denigrating stereotypes of fellow Americans–Trump supporters. He set out on his own journey of enlightenment determined to learn for himself who Trump supporters were. Whether it was in the workplace or on the street—during his bus commute or in the supermarket line—Mr. Dornfried engaged reluctant Trump supporters and asked questions...and got answers—lots of them. “Proud to be a Trumpanzee” is a whimsical reflection dedicated to the multitude of Trump supporters who shared their feelings…Remember, Love Always Wins!< Less
You think You Are Crazy? Try Belize! By Dave Burnette
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A series of humorous stories depicting life in the third world.
The Three-Dollar Girlfriend…And Other College Lies By Kwame DeRoché
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A humorous memoir of four years at college in the early 1990s, from the perspective of a New York City kid in rural Upstate New York.
How to Know if you're a LOCAL: North Fork Edition By Russ L'HommeDieu
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With its deep maritime culture and blossoming wine industry, the North Fork of Long Island is truly a wonderful place. Most people that visit this magical place never want to leave. When they do... More > stay, the question often comes up: "When do I get to be a local?" In an effort to answer this complex question, one North Forker has managed to offend just about everyone who has ever taken State Road 25 (the main road) eastward past Riverhead, NY and onto the North Fork.< Less
Techie Bible By Cherry Sawdon
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The Life of Saint Dufus By Jason Childress
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They called him "the dumbest man ever to become a saint." But was Saint Dufus of Chatillon really just a bumbling clod, tripping and stumbling his way clumsily through life? Or was there... More > more to this "halfwit" than met the eye? Was there, in fact, a guiding force behind his footsteps? A divine method to his madness? Now, for the first time, author Jason Childress reveals the remarkable truth about this obscure and enigmatic French monk, who rose from a life of peasantry to become the friend of kings and lords, prophets and saints, the most esteemed authors and intellectuals of his day.< Less