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Attack of the Hackman!: Part One (The Karaoke Duo Book 3)

by Edwin Stark

Sheila Freemont and Edward Strongbox are now married; as many couples, they have fallen into a comfortable everyday routine. Sheila is expecting Edward’s triplets, and he’s slowly advancing in his career writing erotica novels under the Miss Pinklesworth pen name. However, since they’re also the civilian identities of Fermata Girl and The Man With The Mike a.k.a. The Karaoke Duo, this married bliss won’t last.

Enter the Hackman, a powerful nemesis that can alter reality by using computers. Seeking revenge upon the Karaoke Duo for sending him to the slammer, this villain manages to suck poor Fermata Girl and The Man With The Mike into a deadly computer game, a place where they will have to face many dangers and insurmountable obstacles before they can finally escape. Will our two heroes be able to survive this new threat?

Find out by reading “Attack of The Hackman!”

What the Hand: A Novel About the End of the World and Beyond

by Todd Stockwell

George Somerset is the unhappiest man in paradise. The horrors of the Tribulation are over. Finally reunited with his raptured daughter, he has been handed the keys to the magnificent splendor of God’s kingdom. Yet, George prefers to sulk, denying his own salvation and rehashing his past failings until he pushes himself, literally, into the depths of hell.

This is the story of George’s past and present, of his sins and quest for redemptionâ??a journey of self discovery through God’s creation, from the mind of a troubled soul searching for answers: Why am I here? Where did I come from? How old is the universe? How was it created? Who or what are the Illuminati? What about demons, ghosts, and aliens? What is the nature of God? Why is there a hell? Why does Satan even exist? How did I end up in paradise instead of the pit?

This would be the ultimate journey for most, a virtuous and wondrous trip through space and time to answer the big questions and experience the glory of heaven and Earth. But through the eyes of the often irreverent and confused George Somerset, it is a sad, horrific, and satirical misadventure, a black comedy for Christians and nonbelievers alike.

There’s No Such Thing As A Quick Trip To BuyMart: Go in for bananas, come out with a lawn mower (Savvy Stories)

by Dan Alatorre

Bestselling author and humorist Dan Alatorre takes us on a trip that will have any parent laughing out loud! Dan shows us the hilarious side of the challenges of parenting, as the father of a young girl is suddenly tasked with getting her a leotard before her first gymnastics class.

What happens next is an endearing journey of comedy that we’ve all been through: the challenge of shopping quickly combined with the fun and magic of childhood.

Moms and dads alike will laugh along with the characters in this epic journey because There’s no Such Thing As A Quick Trip To BuyMart!

You will smile and laugh – and maybe cry – at the joys of childhood and the fun of seeing the world through a child’s eyes.

Buy this book and fall in love with you own kids all over again!

G-SALE (Book 1 of The Bogwood Chronicles)

by Randy Nargi

Bogwood, Washington is a pleasant suburban community with a special distinction–it has more garages per capita than any other town in America. Not surprisingly, Bogwood is also the “Garage Sale Capital of the U.S.A.”â?¨

When retirees Doris & Clayton Fenwick decide to empty their nest of retro-modern antiques, they set the wheels in motion for a frantically funny “g-sale” involving Bogwood’s most avid garage sale junkies: Angela Cocci (an obsessive market researcher), Ed LaSalle (a beleaguered computer programmer and creator of the cult fantasy roleplaying game “Caves & Beasts”), Dick Nickerson (a retired star of the 60s sitcom Pot o’ Gold), and BJ Harwood & Helen Ziegler (partners and owners of a trendy retro-modern antique store).

Book Review – Top Secret Twenty-One (A Stephanie Plum Novel) (Unofficial)

by Expert Book Reviews

WARNING: This is not the actual book Top Secret Twenty-One by Janet Evanovich. Do not buy this unofficial Review if you are looking for a copy of this great novel. Expert Book Reviews is an imprint of BookScribed, an independent digital learning company with a mission to bring the joy of reading and insightful discussion of great literature to readers everywhere. Expert Book Reviews provides the most detailed, insightful, and honest reviews of today’s hottest novels. We recruit only the best writers and critics in the field to give you everything you need to know in order to make an informed decision about the novel’s value, and we boost your reading enjoyment once you decide that Top Secret Twenty-One is a worthy choice.

If you are interested in knowing whether the latest in the Stephanie Plum series, Top Secret Twenty-One, is a worthwhile read, then consider this expert review as your key to unlocking everything the novel has to offer. Janet Evanovich turns out one New York Times Best Seller after another in the series, and the 21st installment does not disappoint. Our review not only helps you determine the novel’s value, it also helps you understand the book a bit better once you do decide to take the plunge. After all, are you really going to stop reading after 20 novels?

In Top Secret Twenty-One, Plum is back at it, tracking down assassins, bail jumpers, and a used car salesman who may be selling young Mexicans girls along with 4-door sedans. Unfortunately, those related to the case keep showing up dead, as Stephanie and those helping her try to avoid being next. In this review, we cover everything there is to like about the novel, including the author’s innate ability to give readers an enjoyable escape from reality. Our review can help make your thrilling read of Top Secret Twenty-One even more exciting, thanks in part to our detailed analysis of the novel’s most memorable scene, as well as our presentation of an alternative outcome that might have made this installment even better.

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The Art of Distribution: Video On Demand: An academic article summary, review, and critique (Finding The Digital Distribution Sweet Spot Book 4)

by Leon Haggarty

The Video On Demand distribution article is subtitled Lucas Hilderbrand Reports on digital innovations in art house distribution. The article has a case study on independent film distribution. Hilderbrand’s article is listed as a “talking point” and does not include an abstract or direct conclusion. It has an introduction as well as sections title “IFC Films and Magnolia Pictures”, “A Brief History of Video On Demand”, and “Now Playing”. The introduction establishes VOD’s placement in the entertainment industry’s timeline. The downfall of the DVD market, the box office business model, and independent cinema’s tie to digital distribution is discussed.

The Frog Prince

by Burns Well

This is a parody of the Grimm Brothers’ fairy tale by the same name. This book contains immature content, and is forbidden from being read by crybabies, bitches, and pussies.

Big Mama of the Mountain: Short Story

by Stanley Mcqueen

Big Mama is a mountain woman and she has a lot of kids and she is not married. her kids are accused of stealing off people in the community of Muddy Fork, the town folks called a special court session on the matter. take a read and find out what happen.

Penny For My Thoughts: 99 Thoughts of an Introvert

99 thoughts of by an introvert for introverts and extroverts. We’re all on the same spectrum so let me share some thoughts with you. So get comfortable in your favorite spot and enjoy!

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