Free humour Kindle books for 17 Dec 13

The Great North American Snowbird

by P.J. Repond

The complete, but short, satirical ornighological description of the Great North American Snowbird including their habitat, plumage, breeding, habits, and feeding.

Santa Claus’s Christmas Trivia Challenge

by Jonathan Ozanne

Santa Claus’s Trivia Challenge is challenging quiz about Christmas

There are many ways to use it to celebrate Christmas:

It makes a good gift for someone who likes trivia or someone who likes Christmas.

It also makes a great Christmas-themed game to play at a family gathering or Christmas party.

One or more players can compete by writing down their answers on separate pieces of paper as the quiz proceeds. For immediate scoring, each question is followed by the answer. (This is different than the printed version)
At the end of the book is a light-hearted interpretation of what your score means.

In the spirit of giving customer satisfaction- some cautionary notes:
The Kindle version is not recommended for the PC version of Kindle. The pages do not display correctly. It is RECOMMENDED for the tablet versions of the Kindle. The difficulty is meant for ages 12 to adult. Younger players will enjoy the challenge more as a cooperative effort.
The book takes a distinctly pro-Christian stance on Christmas. However, it also celebrates the secular fun in Christmas. These facts should not be an issue for 99% of customers. (If you don’t like Christmas why are you reading a quiz book about it?)
The challenge is difficult but not impossible. Getting more than half the questions right is a good score.

Good luck!

Ten Tales of Sunny Lift (Ten Tales Series)

by Alex Carrick

In this 5th volume of his “Ten Tales” series, Alex Carrick pens 10 uplifting short stories that are sure to bring a smile to readers. These delightful tales are full of humor and fun, perfect for when you need a quick “pick-me-up”.

Chapter titles include: (1) Proper Young Ladies Should Never…; (2) The Devil Pulls a Fast One; (3) Caboose Follies; (4) The Wise Old Rooster; (5) The Ethical Auctioneer; (6) One Shot in the Hot Seat; (7) The Red-Suit Mistletoe Initiative; (8) The Tooth Fairy Must Work for the Government; (9) Spartacus the Kite; (10) One Fib Too Far

Mr. Carrick is a critically-acclaimed author whose story “The Size of the Skip” – found in “Three Scoops” Is A Blast! – was short-listed for the 2010 Lorian Hemingway Short Story Award. In 2011, he received another Honorable Mention in the world-renowned Hemingway competition for “Caboose Follies”, which appears in “Four Scoops” Is Over The Top.

Stephen King Author the First and the Knights of Rock and Roll

by Darrin Mason

  • “I may never eat strawberry sundaes again.” – Susan Day, author and interviewer.
  • “This guy writes the best satire I have read in a long time.” – Anne’s Promotion Page, Facebook. 
  • “I’ve always heard it’s hard to write comedy, but Mason pulls it off with a finesse that should land this parody in the hands of a movie producer.” – Christie K., Amazon reviewer.

Where DOES your favorite fast food chain get the topping for its desserts? You will find the answer in this brand new parody by award-winning Australian magazine and newspaper cartoonist turned author Darrin Mason. You will also find out how World War II REALLY started. Heck, they might even choose to re-write the history books after this one. So, grab your copy now by 1-Clicking that little yellow button over there, and enjoy the ride with Stephen King Author the First and his Knights of rock and roll as they attempt to retrieve the sword from inside Sharon Stone. Of course, Elvis is standing in their way. So are his farts.

My Funny Major Medical

Laughter might be the best medicine, but it’s not covered by Medicare. So this little book provides a low-cost, over-the-counter dosage to cheer up (and/or terrify) those who find themselves on the wrong end of health maintenance. (Whichever the “wrong end” might be.) Some of the funniest humor writers on the scene today share their stories, jokes, therapeutic venting, and scans of the process of Getting Better–including some medical personnel who didn’t realize they were being funny.
Contributors include columnists, comedians, authors, TV writers, and people with unauthorized access to hospital files.
This inexpensive, pocket-sized book is a time-released “get well card” for the ailing and afflicted, an inside chuckle for medical professionals, and a collection of healing fun for those who aren’t under care at the moment.

Contents include:
–Previews of Coming Contractions
–My Hysterical-Ectomy
–Sometimes It Is Brain Surgery
–Waiting for Dr. Godot
–The Missing Vagina Monologues
–The Patients of Job
–The Ma’am-O-Gram
–Hip Op Album
–When Make-A-Wish Goes Bad
–Specialists’ Opinion on ObamaCare
–Confessions of a Candy Striper

A great collection of laughs for anybody associated with Medicine from any perspective, these fine writers and hilarious bloopers will have you in stitches… if you aren’t already.

Word Games For Christmas Carols From A To Z (Christmas Word Games)

by E L LEE

I guess it’s Christmas time as you grab hold of this book. Carol is a MUST for Christmas. However, how well do you know about Christmas carols?

Listed in this book are the name of great Christmas carols all the way from A to Z. They had been scrambled. Unscramble them for this Christmas!

List of all the books in the series:

Word Games For Christmas Carols From A To Z

Word Games For 100 Greatest Christmas Movies

Word Games For 100 Greatest Traditional Christmas Songs

Word Games For Christmas 3 In 1

Crazy Poems And Silly Rhymes a.k.a Silly Poems And Crazy Rhymes

by Robert Greaves

Another hilarious and mirthful take on the broad expanse of life and everything in-between!

Jessie B. James: A True American Drunk

by Jonathan L. Parks

Jessie B. James is a forty-five year old man who still lives the way he did as a teenager. Whiskey, women, and getting the occasional paycheck; that is all ole Jessie has ever worried about. However, age is starting to catch up with him. New problems present themselves daily and he has to find a way to make it all work. He says it isn’t easy being a true American drunk, but someone has to do it. Follow him as he journeys into the unknown, deep into the world of increasing responsibility.

Diary of a Mad House-Husband

by T Givens

Political Cartoons, Social Commentary, and Personal Musings from cartoonist T.M. Givens, published in the Pomona Clarion, a California newspaper, from 1971 to 1972.

Twas the Late Night of Christmas

by Ann Whitford Paul

This delightful retelling of the classic poem ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas gives Mrs. Saint Nick a starring role and the recognition she deserves. ‘Twas the Late Night of Christmas and all through the house everyone was exhausted, even the mouse. The children were whining. The house was a mess. Mom slumped in despair from all of the stress. The perfect gift for families overwhelmed by the crazy-making business of Christmas.

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