Free humour Kindle books for 01 May 15

Johnny and the Leaf

by Sandra Reyes-Crespo

It’s about boy who is afraid of bugs and thinks he sees one

Make Money Playing Video Games: How To Build A Successful Gaming Channel On YouTube!

by Dave Lehn

Don’t Just Build A Channel, Build A Business!

You aren’t just building a game of channel for the fun of it. Creating a gaming channel that makes money is a serious business, so we are going to treat it as such. This is the key to REAL results!

Time Is Money – So Start Now!

This book is structured in a way to get you up and going as fast as possible. Rather than filling the book with unnecessary fluff, this book sticks to the basics and only teaches you what actually works.

It’s Not All Fun And Games….

If you’re after a quick buck, creating a gaming channel honestly isn’t right with you. Many authors focus on the money you could make with your channel, rather than focusing on the techniques and hard work required to get to that point.

Nothing can replace the hard work required to create a good gaming channel. This book will make it as easy as possible for you, but only you can make it happen.

All Of Your Questions Answered – Guaranteed!

Creating a successful gaming channel is certainly a huge task, and as the author I’d love to help you every step of the way. That is exactly why you’ll find my personal email address in the book, which you can use to contact me any time of the day.

I can’t wait to hear your success story!

Book Length:

9,143 words.

New Jokes Old Jokes Tall Tales

by Eugene Gentry

This book is a collection of jokes and tall stories. We should enjoy life and the author has tried to get a good laugh from readers. Some of you might groan, and some of you might think the author has a weird sense of humor, but just because he laughs at his own jokes doesn’t mean that is true. If you have a joke to tell, pass it on and cheer someone up.

Greyhound Handicapping Series – Book 1: Twenty Articles, Three Mini-Systems and Links to Handicapping Resources

by Eb Netr

This book starts with an article about what works and what doesn’t at the greyhound track and ends the article section with a look at insider tips and how they can help you win. In between those articles, you’ll find Eb’s opinions about form, speed, whether you should bet on dogs that are moving up or moving down, whether kennel statistics matter and how age affects the racing greyhound. Following the articles, there are three mini systems that are a fun way to play the dogs when you don’t want to, or can’t, handicap thoroughly.

Eb has spent forty some-odd years “going to the dogs” at American greyhound tracks and watching races and replays. For several years now, he’s shared his insights via his blog at, in articles on Bet America and in his first book, Greyhound Handicapping With Eb, which is available in print and Kindle. All of Eb’s books are also available on Kindle Unlimited.

Eb doesn’t claim to be an expert, just someone who has put in a lot of time and effort to learn the art of handicapping greyhound races at US tracks. He believes that anyone can get better at greyhound handicapping if they work at it by watching races, replays and using the information in the program, just like he’s done for four decades. So, get a cup of coffee, settle into your favorite chair and read the first book in a series that will continue in Books 2 – 6 with more articles and mini systems to help you handicap the greyhounds better.

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