Fuck the music industry, corporate greed, the education system, war on terror, David Cameron, Barrack Obama, Google, YouTube, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Theresa May's attacks on human rights, News... More > Corporation, Rupert Murdoch, Tesco, Walmart, Nike, Sony, Apple, slavery, and oil wars, cannabis laws, banks, financial ombudsman service, Mortgages PLC Glasgow, the ILLUMINATI, NEW WORLD ORDER, hypocrisy, government lies, Nick Clegg, BBC, CNN PROPAGANDA, child labour, work for benefits, workfare, corporate tax evasion and avoidance.< Less
Ever believe that there is a silver lining to missed flights, lost luggage, or run down hotels?? This collection of short travel stories puts this question to rest, and affirms the belief that at the... More > end of the day, that it is all worth it. From travel with older parents to young children, there is a funny and upside to every travel tragedy. Lose yourself in this collection of short travel stories that will make you want to get back out there no matter how disastrous the last trip was!!< Less
In a 2014 blog post by author Chuck Wendig, he addressed the truism that self publishing is the only real choice for authors today:
“I can literally write the word ‘fart’ 100,000... More > times and slap a cover of [a] baboon urinating into his own mouth, then upload that cool motherfucker right to Amazon. Nobody would stop me. Whereas, at the Kept Gates, a dozen editors and agents would slap my Baboon Fart Story to the ground like an errant badminton birdie.”
Should we just take Chuck’s word for it? Of course not. His hypothesis, like any other, needs to be put to the test. Science, bitch. Can one simply walk into self-publishing like a damn hobbit?
This book is the word “fart” written 100 000 times. You are literally about to buy the word "fart," written over and over. There is a picture of a baboon drinking piss on the cover for some reason, but other than that, it's a whole lot of "fart."
It's also a biting critique of quality control in self-publishing or something.< Less
In 1975 an ill-fated paranormal investigation of the infamous Hull Mansion in Dorechester, New Hampshire led a hapless parapsychologist and his oddball team of fellow investigators down a gore-soaked... More > rabbit hole of unrelenting horror. Together they were to unravel the gruesome secrets of the murderous Hull Family and awaken an otherworldly evil that could destroy mankind. The House That Dripped Gore will baste your eyeballs with the sticky and malodorous saliva of comedy. Yes, This book has something for everyone, provided that "everyone" enjoys reading excessively graphic horror novels packed with tit and vomit jokes. It's a book that will make you throw your head back and exclaim: "What an amusing romp! I am so very tickled to be reading this clever blend of horror and comedy! What a wonderful use of my spare time and money! I think I will recommend The House That Dripped Gore to all of my friends and business associates, and perhaps even to my fellow cult members!" Features illustrations by the author.< Less
Join these zany characters on hilarious adventures, Milky"Lost Her" Bearings and Pert Latissimus of 'Weird House 13,' Arty Dump and Barmy Flatus of 'Bum's Guide to the universe,' Dirt... More > Gentle and McBeth of the 'Wholly Misfit Detective Agency,' The Scupper and Linger Grunt of 'Hooligan's Island,' Eat Me and Idiot of 'Eat Me: The Extra Tetrazzini,' Pawl and Batty Scientist of 'The Lost Skeleton of Cadaver,' Pie Hole and his tiger Tom Swiftly of 'Life of Pie Hole,' Cursing Fain of 'The Libertarian: Requesting a Spear,' and many more.< Less
Come, Sit, and Say Hello to a therapy dog dropout named Chipper, and the people who love her. This funny, touching story—narrated by Chipper herself—teaches that you don’t have to... More > be perfect to make a difference. It is sure to leave a paw print on your heart!< Less
"Cowboys and Idiots" is a full length play by Wade Bradford.
Tucker and Heck are two ranch hand turned bandits join forces with their friend Tavo and rob the local bank. When they meet... More > in the desert and Tavo has disappeared, the two cowboys go on a quest to find their stolen loot and get revenge.
Two short plays are also included:
12 Angry Pigs< Less
For centuries, science has been unable to explain the phenomenon of the fangirl. Is she a product of her environment or her genetic makeup? Have millions of years of evolution made her vulnerable to... More > the angsty glances of her ship, or is seeing subtext a sixth sense, like X-ray vision? This book is a guide for plugging the unicorn facets of your personality into the kind of life story that you admire in fiction. Shipping. Fanfiction. Hairporn. All of these elements of the fangirl life can help you transform into the fanwoman that you were meant to be. You can get creative with your creys, with the help of some Fangirl Therapy.< Less