Free humour Kindle books for 27 Dec 13

Crushing Low Stakes Poker: How to Make $1,000s Playing Low Stake Sit ‘n Go’s

by Mike Turner

This book is for anyone who:

  • Is interested in making a nice side income playing online poker;
  • Is new to poker or a beginning/intermediate player;
  • Is looking for solid strategy advice to consistently crush low stakes Sit ‘n Go’s.

Includes Push/Fold Charts and Exclusive Training Videos

In this book you will find multiple push-fold charts, both for 3 to 6-handed play and Heads-Up play. The charts let you make mathematically correct endgame decisions so you can maximize your winnings in low stakes SnGs. The book also contains an exclusive three-part video series on low stakes strategy. The videos are complementary to the book and explain low stakes strategy by using slide presentations and detailed analyses of example hands.



What Would Satan Do?

by Anthony Miller

Disgusted with God’s plan for Judgment Day, Satan has quit his job and
abandoned Hell in favor of a quiet retirement in Washington, D.C. But
life on Earth is tricky for an ex-angel with a short fuse and no
impulse control. When a parking attendant mysteriously bursts into
flames and a weight-challenged woman somehow ends up in low-Earth
orbit, Satan finds that he has attracted the attention of several
meddlesome federal agencies. Even worse, there are signs that the
governor of Texas has somehow gone ahead and started up the end of the
world without him.

The Prince of Darkness heads for the Lone Star State, where he tangles
with a megalomaniacal televangelist, joins the Militant Arm of the
American Geriatrics Association, and wields the Flaming Shotgun of
Divine Justice at a guy whose hobbies include invading churches to
denounce ritualized cannibalism. Through it all, one thing is clear:
Someone has to put a stop to Judgment Day. Now, having spent
millennia trying to wreck the place, the Devil may be the world’s only
hope.

WARNING: IF YOU ARE STRONGLY RELIGIOUS, OR IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS WITH BAD WORDS, THIS BOOK IS PROBABLY NOT FOR YOU.



99 Jokes for 99 Cents, Clean Funny Joke Book for Kids

by Ima Phuneewon

This hilarious book is filled with Clean Funny Jokes for Kids.

It is a kids joke book age 8, age 7, and up to age 10 even age 12 who can read, and have a vocabulary large enough to start developing their own sense of humor. It is not entirely a knock knock joke book for kids…It has some knock knock jokes, some puns, some riddles and it is an all around pretty good joke book. As a parent, I love when my kids “discover” a joke that I laughed at as a kid, and still find funny.

The entire list of jokes is CLEAN.
A rare find among funny joke books in today’s world!



Only Yules & Verses

by Joe Cushnan

A collection of funny poems and silly jokes about Christmas with lots of ho-ho-ho and reminders that fun is not just for the festive season. Poems to be read (and sometimes sung) out loud – example: “On the twelfth day of Christmas, a joker sent to me, twelve wasps a-stinging, eleven crickets clicking, ten beetles beetling, nine caterpillars, eight dragonflies, seven hornets humming, six bees a-buzzing, five ladybirds, four willy-worms, three creepy-crawlies, two wriggly spiders, and a matchbox with a hyperactive flea.” Suitable for kids of all ages.



Online Dating is Easy… Said No Girl Ever

by Tammie Bernal

Then why are so many of Caris’ friends finding the perfect guy?

After her divorce, Caris boots up her laptop and starts searching for Mr. Right. Her friends have found love and marriage with online dating, so why can’t she? Sadly, date after date after date, she keeps meeting Mr. Wrong and Mr. Worse. To keep things straight, she starts keeping a log of dates and the result is this bookâ??a fun and sometimes poignant look at a single girl’s quest for the one. Anyone who has ever joined an online dating serviceâ??or has considered joining oneâ??will love reading about Caris’ four-year journey to find true love.

In a hilarious, unapologetic, and honest way, Tammie Bernal takes readers through the ups and downs of online dating. It’s a whole new dating world out there, and as this book proves, it ain’t always pretty.



Fanny Bower Puts Herself Out There

by Julia Ariss

Fanny Bower is not a joiner. She leads a quiet existence – keeping to the sidelines, avoiding high jinks, living in her head and waiting for something momentous to happen. A few weeks into a new job, at the urging of her socially savvy colleague, she decides to begin afresh to conquer her fears and release her inner dynamo – whatever that is.

Her inaugural foray at an office cocktail reception goes horribly awry when she finds herself caught up in mayhem and thrust into the spotlight, placing her at odds with her handsome and uber-rich employer who takes a dim view of her shenanigans. Determined to fix her crippling social anxiety, stay employed, and discover her life’s purpose, she puts herself out there. Her new “butterfly wings” are tested as they flutter incessantly between mystifying small talk and mortifying gaffes in a bid to unleash a charm offensive – whatever that means.

At the very height of her confusion, she is spurred to action by the plight of a friend. She plunges headlong into a situation fraught with uncertainty and risks everything, including the alienation of the one person she’s managed to captivate in the process. Fans of quirky romantic satire will find Fanny’s journey irresistible.



The Great American Adventure

by James Plumley

Five friends embark on the adventure of a lifetime across America. Constantly running into problems and alcohol they make their way visiting every landmark within sight. Over five weeks they learn to speak American and work out how much tax is going to be added on items; they became true English Americans!

“We needed at least £3000 in my bank by the time we left back for NY at 10.30am.” At times it may sound a lot like an action film; this was not what they wanted as they are more into comedy. The outcome of most situations is comedy and rarely does a day go by without a comical issue.



WACKY DREAM CARS – SPOOF ON MOTORING. Car Dreamer Volume 1.

by Gloria Henshaw

WACKY DREAM CARS – SPOOF ON MOTORING (50 Pics)

For some people, life is generally about little else EXCEPT – Cars.

The cars we like the most are the ones we’ll probably never own. They’re the fast ones that make a bit of noise.

Here’s a collection of Cars, parts and places cars go. I hope you enjoy the dialogue. The cars really don’t need it, they speak for themselves.

I thought I’d just drive it up a notch to make you connect more with the VEHICLES.

We motor heads, love â??em to death. Cars that is. We could look at them all day. So here’s a book for you, which has nothing to do with technology.

Naaah, it’s all about the speed, style and agility of a good set of wheels. It’s all about trying to GRAB that and let the air flow through our filters (I mean hair) FREE.

Yep, they still haven’t found a way to STOP us experiencing THAT vicariously, YET! Have they?

BUT â?¦ We’re hitting some pretty solid PC fence posts at times.

CARS! Don’t we just love them? Especially the ones we will (probably) never own. Be Safe Guys.

INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1 BIG KING SILVER ZEALOT
Chapter 2 ROCK SOLID HOT
Chapter 3 ORANGE TRICK-TRUCK FOR THOSE SO INCLINED
Chapter 4 URBAN CARS
Chapter 5 STEAMY SCREW BALL
Chapter 6 RESPECT FOR â??SLEAK BOY’
Chapter 7 SILVER TWIN TERROR – UTTER SUPERIORITY
Chapter 8 FAMILY DAY
Chapter 9 THE UNMENTIONABLES
Chapter 10 THE UNFORGETTABLES
Chapter 11 CURVY BUT WITH PURPOSE
Chapter 12 LIZARD GREEN SNAKE PIT
Chapter 13 CHEERFUL MEMORABILIA
Chapter 14 HOONING’S OFF
Chapter 15 BACKOFF !
Chapter 16 BUBBLES AND STARS
Chapter 17 IN YOUR DREAMS
Chapter 18 BEAUTIFUL WHEELS
Chapter 19 DIVA TAKES ALL
Chapter 20 YOUR COMPETITION AWAITS YOU, SIR.
Chapter 21 STILL SOME MORE FODDER ON THE HOME FRONT
Chapter 22 FAMILY TIME AGAIN
Chapter 23 GREY IS BEAUTIFUL
Chapter 24 WHEELS for the Gentler Sex
Chapter 25 THE DREAMER WAKES
Chapter 26 DON’T QUIT OK?

Wheel language for the discerning MOTOR dreamer who DEMANDS more and gets it. Not Just SIZZLE – but REAL 4 wheel mashing THRILL. NO roadside bling here, but gold from the road.



202 Funny jokes for everybody

by DK book publishing

202 funny and hilarious jokes for everybody, Laugh together with the family or friend’s.



Consistent Focused Profits from Horse Racing

by The Winning Punter

This book is written to help those who are unable to make consistent profits when betting on horse racing. This books looks at a particualr way which is profitable on betfair. This method is based on sounds principles but may not be for everyone as it is not a get rick quick style of betting. It is based on using bias in the markets to ensure that every selection has long term value which ends in a profitable and consistent horse racing system.

Some staking advice is given in the book although this is not the focus of the system. The system works regardless of the staking used. the staking system provided is a very slow progressive staking system that can be evaluated and the reader can choose whether or not to implement this staking. The horse racing system which is described works at level stakes.

The system does require access to betfair as this is where it has been tested. This system involves laying so it will work on any betting exchange and an alternate method has been proposed so you could even use this method with any fixed odds bookmaker(or bookmakers).



The Facts Lab Book of Brazil: 101 amazing facts about Brazil and the Brazilians

by David McMahon

We all know that Brazil are great at football, that the Amazon rainforest is massive and that Carnaval is possibly the most spectacular annual festival on the planet. Oh yes, and the FIFA World Cup is being held in Brazil next June and July. For some of us, that’s about as much as we know about Brazil.

For those who have a bit more curiosity, David McMahon’s compendium of 101 amazing facts (actually, there are 102 of them – we at Ergo Guides are generous like that) goes deeper into the culture, history and life of this regional superpower that’s emerging as a player on the world stage in more than just football.

You’ll find out just how big the Amazon really is (bigger than most of us suspected). You’ll read about the true story of the Girl from Ipanema. You’ll follow the adventures of the first man to report being abducted by aliens. And much more, including the world’s tallest cemetery, nine currency changes in half a century, transgender toilets, and a demon with ginger hair!

And for those of you who really can’t wait for next June, there are just a few facts and figures about Brazil and the World Cup – including a look back at the previous Brazilian World Cup in 1950 as well as the 2014 edition.

For a quirky yet informative look at this amazingly diverse country, you need go no further than the Facts Lab Book of Brazil.



The Purpose Of A Man

by Daniel Brevitt

Meet Michael Galvin, the luckiest man in Ormskirk at the age of twenty-eight: living with the woman of his dreams and completely at ease with this outrageous slice of good fortune. So maybe he hates his job at UK Avionics, even if it isn’t the most taxing role in the world; and then there’s his larger-than-life older brother, Robert, who continues to cast a spell over the town with his endless revelries and reckless ways. But all in all, he has a lot to feel thankful for and little reason for complaint.

Unfortunately for Michael, things are about to get a whole lot more interesting. Or, to put it another way, his comfort zone is about to be demolished in the most spectacular fashion as the forces of love and hate go toe to toe.

‘This is easily the best indie work of fiction I’ve read yet. If you like David Nicholls and Nick Hornby, you’ll love this – it’s right up there with the best of what I believe they call ‘lad lit’ – SO well written, intelligent without being either self-consciously so, or overly wordy; it’s funny, realistic, beautifully observed, sad in parts. Easily as good as other works of this genre that are traditionally published.’

– Terry Tyler (Author of Dream On & You Wish)

Brevitt brings Michael’s voice to life in such a natural, engaging way that it was easy to keep reading even after 1am had come and gone.

– The Book Tart

An hilarious and poignant exploration of love, sex, marriage, and sibling rivalry: The Purpose Of A Man



Parts for Sale: a Toby and Drizzle Collection

by David Fisher

wacky and original comics from the Toby and Drizzle Collection



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