Free humour Kindle books for 08 Jun 17

Central Casting: Get Paid to work as an Extra on Film and TV shows!

by Tom Cruise

Imagine getting paid to hang out behind the scenes of Movies and TV shows, working side by side with the world’s biggest stars and learning the inside and outs of how your favorite shows are made.

And the best part? You get paid for this! NO EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED!

Central Casting is the place where dreams come true. It’s where some of the biggest stars got started: Brad Pitt, Casey Affleck, and Rami Malek.

Already the biggest employer in Los Angeles, Central Casting is now looking to Atlanta to help many people find their place in the industry working as a background actor.

This ebook will tell you EVERYTHING YOU NEED to know about getting started as a background actor in the industry.

Including:
-How to Register with Central Casting
-How to get booked and start working ASAP
-How to conduct yourself on set
-A typical day of work on set
-Production lingo and terminology to help you get the most out of the shoot
-Moving Beyond Background Acting
-Joining the Actor’s Union (Sag-Aftra)
– Plus Much more!

The author has navigated the world of background acting on Film and TV, working on hundreds of television shows and movies.

Buy Now and get paid to learn the ropes of the film industry!



The Conservative & Unionist Party Manifesto 2017: A Parody

by James Ashton

Don’t know who to vote for in the upcoming general election? Don’t have time to trawl through every page of ever manifesto? Fear not brave reader! As a seasoned political animal, I have summarised each manifesto into a bite-sized summary! Click on my author page for all the manifestos (and political balance).



Hot To Trot (A Middle-Aged Hottie Novel, Book 3)

by Linda Cousine

In HOT TO TROT, the third installment of The Middle-Aged Hottie series, author Linda Cousine continues to blend rom-com and satire in her lighthearted books for women of “a certain age.” With her trademark caustic wit, Cousine takes on society’s obsession with youth, fame and fortune, while shining light on some of the harsher realities of aging.

If the shoe fits … the bill might be more than you bargained for.

Life couldn’t be better for former supermodel, Lexi Taylor, when her brainchild, a stiletto with two heels instead of one, becomes an overnight sensation. Her relationship with sexy ex-husband, Richard, rocks along and they’re closer than ever. But Lexi might just be facing a few false starts when her father’s Alzheimer’s grows more serious and he, more often than not, thinks she’s her mother and insists on turning up the heat between them.

Adding more stress to Lexi’s complicated life, Lexi and Richard become the surrogate parents to Richard’s ex-fiancé’s little girl when she unexpectedly arrives at their doorstep. Even as Lexi struggles to balance the new challenges in her life, she just might learn that the second time around the track could be better than the first.



Git Says Granny

by Mark Roberts

Granny’s are vocal. They can be direct to the point, with plain English, not beatin’ around the bush, with a little humor mixed in. Even when a granny is serious, she may not take herself serious, saying what she wants because she’s a granny. Straight talk, Southern upbringing. Appealing to anyone that likes to see a granny fight fer what she believes in.



Liberal for Conservative Reasons: How to stop being obnoxious and start winning elections

by Peter Rice

We know from opinion polls that Americans basically agree with the liberal agenda. But on election day, they vote for conservatives. So what gives? Journalist Peter Rice argues that liberals cheat themselves out of victories by being annoying. They’re all-too-quick to judge opponents as stupid, racist, insufficiently compassionate toward polar bears, and otherwise morally inferior. And they throw dry statistics and appeals to empathy at voters who are in no mood for either. In short, they sell liberal ideas with liberal values, which is about as effective as the guy at the dealership selling you a pickup by telling you about the fat commission he’s got coming. Luckily, there’s a simple solution: Use arguments that actually resonate with the other side. Be liberal, but for conservative reasons.



Does President Obama Work for the American People, or Lockheed Martin?: A Book of Revelations

by Michael Hastings

I am a ghost writer.

In life, I was a Washington outsider and investigative reporter who knew more about what was going on in Washington than most insiders did.

I saw General Stanley McChrystalâ??the commanding general of international and U.S. forces in Afghanistanâ??and his staff– letting off steam, partying, and openly bashing the Obama administration for what McChrystal and his staff saw as a lack of leadership. When my investigative report on McChrystal appeared in Rolling Stone, it set off a political firestormâ??McChrystal was ordered to Washington where he was fired unceremoniously.

With access to the Obama re-election machine in the “panic of 2012,” I reported the behind-the-scenes story of the Obama campaign trail: from the Democratic convention to Obama’s self-destructive performance at the first debateâ??all culminating in Obama’s incredible victory in the early morning hours of November 7th.

On June 18, 2013, I died in a single vehicle automobile crash in my Mercedes C250 Coupé in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles at 4:25 a.m. Before I burned up, I suffered arm fractures, head injuries, rib fractures, pelvic fractures, skull fractures, injuries to my brain, lacerations of my liver, bruising of my lungs, damage to my heart, and a tear in my thoracic aorta.â??

I died under suspicious circumstances.

In Does President Obama Work for the American People, or Lockheed Martin?, I present my objective research on President Obama and the Obama Administration. I present the facts, just the facts. My report is comprehensive, yet concise.

In the end, President Obama’s legacy is not in the hands of his contemporary world, national, or local leaders, politicians, pundits, reporters, critics, future historians, university professors, friends, or golfing partners.

In the end, President Obama’s legacy rests in the minds and hearts of the American people.

My hope for America is that in some small way my objective research will contribute to the way President Obama’s legacy is viewed now and in the future.

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