Free humour Kindle books for 14 Jun 18

A Little Of Me Goes A Long Way: (In 140 characters or less)

by W. H. Mitchell

A collection of hilarious tweets , from the profound to the profane, including such topics as: cats, pants, finger puppets, more pants, poor hygiene, self loathing, and finally, pants.

“I ate too much at Olive Garden. Apparently ‘All You Can Eat’ isn’t a very good unit of measurement…”

“I spend a lot of time thinking about how narcissistic I’ve become.”

“I wish we could stop fixating on race when there’s so many other reasons to hate each other.”

The reviews are in (real ones even):

“Insightful, self-deprecating and as snarky as they come.”

“Really dry sense of humor, made me laugh out loud!”

“Mr. Mitchell is witty and very entertaining.”



Not Very Intelligent Design: On the origin, creation and evolution of the theory of intelligent design

by Neel Ingman

How intelligent is a design that puts the water pipe and the air pipe behind the same filler flap?

Why do we need hair cuts all the time but cats never do?

Why do so many of us need glasses or eye surgery even if we eat lots of carrots?

And if we don’t eat carrots, why do we get scurvy but dogs never do?

Not Very Intelligent Design sets out to analyse and grade every part of the human body in terms of the expertise, or mere competence, of the designer.

It’s also bursting with fun facts and tales tall and true, including a story about a poop in a public pool that leads to mass murder, and an amputee soldier who loses his second hand in a blender whilst on a bender in Bali.

The overall conclusion, handed down at the end, should come as no surprise to those who’ve paid attention to the title.



Star Log Updates: One Year of Insightful, Humorous, and Downright Silly Social Media Updates When I Shouldâ??ve been Writing

by Beth Hammond

“People are weird, fickle creatures who like pretty things but don’t all think the same things are pretty.”

“My mood swings between life is so precious my sweet humans and get off my lawn.”

“The three things you need to know about a headline that tells you there are a certain number of things you need to know.
1) It’s click bait
2) It’s click bait
3) I probably still clicked it”

“I think there is something powerful about calling your teen or even adult child by the nick/pet name you called them when they were baby/toddlers. Even if they don’t show it on their face you’ve reached down deep in their early formative years. You’ve touched their soul.”

I’m a writer. That means I spend way too many hours procrastinating. I’ve got the social media posts to prove it. Pick up your copy today. Pointing and laughing at me is optional.



Editor’s Total Recall: 30 Years of Newspaper Stories

by Steve Gust

Do you need a few great anecdotes for the next party, family reunion or social gathering?

Then please let me suggest “Editor’s Total Recall,” as the resource for you.
Rest assured they’ve never heard these stories before.

A journalist takes you through 30 years of memories, some dramatic but many more chalk full of humor.
Would a man really demand a correction for having his name misspelled in the police blotter? Yep.
Or what about a board chairman who introduced a community leader and his daughter? But wait, it was his wife.
Most people would crawl into a hole if arrested for DUI. Suppose you were arrested twice for DUI in a 48-hour span?
Or how about a reporter being groped in an office by a woman twice his age?

All these stories, and many, many more are in “Editor’s Total Recall.”
The book also gives an in-depth look at what it’s actually like working for a newspaper and how the industry has evolved in the past 20 to 30 years.

It’s an honest evaluation of the role of a newspaper in today’s modern society as well as an editor looking back at his career and many of his milestones and challenges.

Although there are many funny stories, there are also the serious times, such as looking back at what it was like in the newsroom when the Oklahoma City federal building was bombed in a terrorist attack.

“Editor’s Total Recall” will take you into a journalism world, much different from the ones seen on television and the movies.

It’s a candid look at an industry many don’t know, until now and the release of “Editor’s Total Recall.”

It will cause you to think and hopefully give you a few laughs.

Please enjoy.



New Word A Day – Vol 2

by Elliot Carruthers

Improve your vocabulary with a word a day! Learn new words with funny cartoons and tricky riddles. Phonetic and simple explanations help you use the words in daily conversation.

Enjoyable and entertaining!



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