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  • I Just Want to Pee Alone

    by Jen of People I Want to Punch in the Throat
    Motherhood is the toughest – and funniest – job you'll ever love. Raising kids is hard work. The pay sucks, your boss is a tyrant, and the working conditions are pitiful – you can't even take a bathroom break without being interrupted with another outrageous demand. Hasn't every mother said it before? “I just want to pee alone!” I Just Want to Pee Alone is a collection of hilarious essays from 37 of the most kick ass mom bloggers on the web. Including: People I Want to Punch in the Thr... more
  • The Hog Goes To College

    by Jeff Resnick

    I don’t know how it happened. Really, I don’t. I was a student at the University of Buffalo, located, of all places, in Buffalo, New York. I guess that’s why they called it the University of Buffalo? The year was mid-1960’s. Every word of this story is true. Maybe embellished a little to satisfy my creative urge. But it’s a story I remember as if it were yesterday. Then again, maybe it was. In the scheme of things.

  • A Lennon Pastiche

    by John Besmehn
    A Lennon Pastiche: Expressions from Fans of John Lennon is a fully immersive, interactive opus, chockfull of art, music and poetry, culled from fans around the world. This is a pastiche, not a pistachio: there’s a mélange of music, a potpourri of paintings, a welter of words, a variety of videos, and a cornucopia of crazy stuff! This book of tribute allows you to literally, virtually and symbolically touch John Lennon. Through music, words and art. As John so wisely and presciently penned, “L... more
  • Confessions of a Goddess

    by TJ Phull
    The author of Articles of a Witch Goddess, T. J. Phull, brings to reality a sexy and erotic commentary of games of lust and love. Based on real experiences on dating, the author exposes certain explosive behaviors that start as mischief and ends in betrayal, adultery, and abandonment.
  • Of Course You Can Sing!

    by Michelle Cohen

    Of Course You Can Sing! is a fun and inspiring resource for your vocal development - rich with tricks of the trade. Michelle Cohen offers an entertaining way to learn that ensures greater vocal ability. Get started, refreshed and motivated to discover your greatest musical power.

  • Beatleness: How the Beatles and Their Fans Remade the World

    by Candy Leonard
    Beatleness tells the story of how the Beatles constant presence in the 1960s transformed the childhood and adolescence of millions of American kids and how, through these kids, the Beatles “changed everything.” Based on in-depth fan interviews and insightful analysis, Beatleness presents a revealing, emotional account of growing up immersed in Beatles—from Ed Sullivan to the Apple rooftop—and shows how that experience still impacts all of us today. The book explains the profound feeling of conne... more
  • GO: 21st Century Existentialism In An Absurdist Theme

    by Doug Bentley

    Major New Contribution to the Theatre of The Absurd!

    We are done "Waiting For Godot"!

     

    A full length 4 Act theater script, GO -21st Century Existentialism In An Absurdist Theme is based on the landmark play by Samuel Beckett Waiting For Godot.

    The audience will immediately understand that this play echoes Waiting For Godot. Not only are GOGO and BLIND, t... more

  • And the Winner Really Is

    by Ken Grout
    This book is about the Academy Awards. As existing data, Academy Awards trivia is fascinating. I became curious, though, as to what the Oscar popularity of actors and actresses would be if the number of nominations and wins were combined into a meaningful single list. I developed the mechanism to do that, generated that list and subsequently developed sub-lists (Tops by Decade, Top Oscar Nominees on Television, Top Box-Office Oscar Nominees, Top Romantic Couples, Top Families, etc.) along w... more
  • Serving Up Some Funny Leftovers

    by Lisa Demarco
    Serving Up Some Funny Leftovers is Part II of my personal joke collection. Actually it's all the jokes I didn't type quick enough to get into my 1st book, Serving Up Some Funny. So, if your looking for a healthy dose of giggles, open up either one of my joke books, and you are sure to start laughing out loud.
  • Serving Up Some Funny

    by Lisa Demarco
    Serving Up Some Funny is part of my personal collection of jokes that I have been given over the past 30-years, while working in the hospitality industry. The book is simply one page after another of spicy joke sure to make you laugh out loud.
  • Hollywood War Stories: How to Survive in the Trenches

    by Rick Friedberg
    Often funny and always enlightening, it offers an insider's view on how to navigate the shark-infested waters of “The Biz.” Filled with anecdotal "war stories," working with Academy-award winning talent, each short chapter explains a rule to follow like "Good Ideas Don't Just Fall Off a Turnip Truck," Humility is a Highly Over-rated Virtue" and many more. This is a candid tale for anyone who relishes the "real stuff" behind the music, acting, comedy, television, video, advertising and movi... more
  • A Kinetic Person's Power: Voice Command Ability

    by Kenneth Adrian Ellis
    What does it mean to be a Kinetic? Kinesis is when there is motion of an organism because of a stimulant like light. To be Kinetic is to have the ability to harness the power of kinesis within one's self. Like Telekinetics, Psychokinetics and those with Extra Sensory Perception, Kinetics have a supernatural ability. This talent allows Kenneth to release tension from his body by voice command. Author Kenneth Adrian Ellis has a documented Kinetic gift that he reveals to readers in the eye... more
  • Fifty Shades of Pink & Blue: Two Books in One

    by S R COOPER
    Two Books in One. Irreverent, poignant, true. These books celebrate the joy and humor of parenthood. The bestselling trilogy instigated a boom of "Fifty Shades" babies. And it turns out, True Love doesn't look quite like you expected. 100-page, full-color, illustrated Seussian book for parents. Like Adam Mansbach's "Go the F**k to Sleep," a reality check for new parents. Must-reads if reading the E L James trilogy made you a mom. Great baby shower gift. Great Mother's Day gift. Baby shower and d... more
  • Fifty Shades of Blue

    by S R COOPER
    Blue is the new Grey. Irreverent, poignant, true. This book celebrates the joy and humor of parenthood. The bestselling trilogy instigated a boom of "Fifty Shades" babies. And it turns out, True Love doesn't look quite like you expected. 50-page, full-color, illustrated Seussian book for parents. Like Adam Mansbach's "Go the F**k to Sleep," it's a reality check for new parents. A must-read if reading the E L James trilogy made you a mom. Great baby shower gift. Great Mother's Day gift. www.50sha... more
  • Little Guide To Unhip

    by Kate Rigby
    Have you ever worried about not being quite hip enough? Or maybe you are one of those who flaunts your unhipness with abandon. Either way, is for you. Although it charts my own personal unhip top 50 with the likes of Gilbert O’Sullivan, Morris Dancing, Vicar of Dibley, Shopping Trolleys and Brolleys, I picked those characters, characteristics, attributes or material objects with a universally unhip feeling to them. Each is given an unhip rating up to five for you to keep a count of your own... more
  • Retro Football Games

    by Steve Anderson

    The first and only pictorial history of tabletop football games from 1890-1979. 200 color pages showing over 280 games along with football trivia, short bios on players gone forgotten over the years, and other football memorabilia baby boomers and earlier generations grew up with. Many rarely scene games are depicted including ones endorsed by Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, Sam Huff, Chuck Bednarik, Joe Namath, and Gale Sayers.

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