Free humour Kindle books for 30 Dec 13

Sometimes Love. . . (A laugh out Loud Romantic Comedy Box Set)

by Pete Sortwell

Two books in one. Cheaper than buying both separately, too.

Dating In The Dark: sometimes love just pretends to be blind.

Jason is single and has been for all of his 32 years. It’s depressing. But not as depressing as being told by his mother that he looks like Humpty Dumpty – after the accident. With a face that not even his own mother can love, it’s hardly surprising that he’ll try anything to get a woman to go out with him, even if it’s only for a single date.

With little interest in anything other than his quest for a woman and a nice bit of cod and chips, Jason needs to think outside the box if he’s going to find someone who’ll give him a chance. Along with Barry â?? his best mate â?? Jason comes up with the only thing he thinks will work: dating a blind woman. However, to do that, he needs to pretend he’s blind himself, which is a lot harder than you might think â?¦ especially when guide dogs are so hard to come by.

Eventually Jason’s efforts pay off and he meets Emma, a pretty professional with a host of friends. When he takes her out, they instantly hit it off. But will Jason be able to fool both Emma and her best friend Jerry into thinking he’s blind? With everything to play for, Jason faces the biggest challenge of his life, and nobody â?? especially not him â?? can see how it’ll all turn out.

Bride And Gloom: sometimes love is better off blind

In the first book of the â??Sometimes love â?¦’ series, â??Dating in the Dark: sometimes love just pretends to be blind’, Jason Harding thought he’d committed the ultimate betrayal. No, not cheating; he pretended to be, you guessed it, blind. For Emma, the woman he was stupid enough to think he was fooling, it wasn’t anything like a betrayal. It was both sweet and sad at the same time and, as people in relationships have a tendency to do (if they don’t split up because of one party’s wild lies), Emma and Jason decide to get married.

Just how Jason manages to deal with the huge life change that is marriage is what this book is about. From getting his specially made suit tailored to his short height, to trying to keep a lid on his best man’s plans for a wild weekend in Liverpool, he is going to struggle to make to through to the wedding without having a full nervous breakdown. His second best friend, Boris, also returns in this book, although he has lost his taxi, his wife and his ability to seem sober even when he’s drunk six litres of vodka.

Jason is foolish enough to add Neil, Emma’s wayward cousin, and Terry, the owner of Jason’s favourite fish and chip shop, to his list of groomsmen. This is the fairly tragic band of men that are to ensure Jason makes it to the church on time, in possession of both his of his eyebrows and, of course, the rings â?¦

Second Life…

by Susan Cummings

An invitation into one of the most innovative and exciting virtual worlds on the internet today.

Phone Monkey : Declined

by Anonymous

Discovering the joys of working in the Claims Department, Phone Monkey meets a selection of interesting new characters while learning to deal with a job for which he’s had no training! Full of the great comic strips and anecdotes of jobs past and present, Phone Monkey : Declined is a good fun read that is guaranteed to make you smile.

The Current / The Ex (Smolemon)

by Gareth Monaghan

We have all been there … so in love, and then you’re single. Does this mean you stop having feelings for your ex? No! Those feelings of love just grow and change to something else … mostly hate. This short book shows the feelings you have for your current partner and what to expect to feel when you have split up. The first official book featuring characters from the Smolemon web comic mixes a dark humour with feelings you can relate to and drawings of Octopuses in love (what more do you want). This is a “picture book” that deals with adult themes.

It Was Written All Over His Face (Book)

by Mark Starlin

It Was Written All Over His Face (Book) is a collection of humorous Facebook posts by Mark Starlin spanning four years between October 2008 and October 2012. Mark’s unique brand of humor was previously only available to select friends, but thanks to unrelenting demand by tens of people, his amusing remarks are now available for the entire English-speaking world to enjoy and cherish for all time. Sometimes witty, sometimes wonderful, sometimes wacky, sometimes weird. But always entertaining. This is a book you can grab anytime for a quick smile.

Half of a Life – A Collection of Drawings

by Gary Parkin

Half of a Life is a collection of illustrator Gary Parkin’s work, ranging from celebrity portraits to vast cityscapes, to highly detailed comic strips and beyond.

Presented in full colour, ideal for the Kindle Fire or to view on your computer, this book also looks great in black and white on your regular Kindle and is highly recommended if you’re a fan of good, old-fashioned drawing.

The Elusive Genius Project

by Steve Getto

Rupert Laughton, a well-regarded music journalist, receives an unexpected call from Walter De Greu, an eccentric and mysterious billionaire art dealer. De Greu makes an intriguing proposal; Laughton is to travel around the world undertaking a series of exciting, mind expanding, yet arduous quests, each based upon a famous piece of pop or rock music. To complete each quest, Rupert must solve a series of devious puzzles using only his knowledge of the music itself and his own emotional resources. But not only that; he must interact with an array of colourful and mysterious characters that De Greu has placed there as part of each quest. As Rupert works his way through each quest, he experiences firsthand the emotional rollercoaster of creative genius. He must contend with everything from the stresses of an elaborate psychological experiment, to helping a beautiful and mysterious aspiring Japanese model and actress resolve her traumatic past. Can Rupert rise to the challenge?

Single Working Male: Work, Life & Beyond

by Akshat Kumar

The travails of a Single Working Male…Expressed through 73 comic strips…Funny, witty, humourous!

Store Of The Dead – Supermarket Workers Vs Zombies

by Tom Burnett

Store of the Dead is the journal of Dean Moxley, a disgruntled twenty something who felt for years like he lived in the local supermarket where he worked, until the day the dead rise to feast on the living and he actually found himself living there. During the initial outbreak Dean finds himself trapped in the store alongside his colleagues, characters familiar in any supermarket; the jobsworths, the stoners and the resident hard-man. Alongside this colourful and often confrontational group of people Dean must learn to survive his new life at the end of the world, fighting the zombie menace while struggling to win the affection of the beautiful checkout girl.

The same people whose worse threat to him before the dead began to rise was to complain about him are back at the door. They don’t need a basket and they don’t care about Sunday Trading laws. They’re no longer here to buy food from Dean and his friends, they’re here to feed on them. This is one shift Dean can’t clock out of, and the new customers aren’t likely to obey the “Staff Only” signs on the warehouse door. This is the Store of the Dead.

This book contains both considerable amounts of violence and serious and consistent use of strong language (it wouldn’t be a realistic depiction of a retail staff vs zombie punch up if it didn’t). The one word that does not crop up at all is the c-word. Pretty much everything else does, and with a reasonable frequency. If you are easily offended by strong language then I don’t recommend this book.

(First edition – awaiting further proof reading, released as is due to customer demand and several failed release dates)

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