Free humour Kindle books for 13 Nov 18

The Funny Side Of Menopause

by Kathleen Morris

Menopause is usually not considered funny at all, but if we can find the humor in our experiences, we can turn depression into happiness, and experience a different road that allows us to grow into the seasoned women we were meant to be.
This book explores funny menopause stories that will make you laugh and cry at the same time. It discusses the many symptoms of menopause and turns it into something humorous. It helps women remember they are not alone in this journey, and that menopause is normal.
When we laugh in the face of adversity, something wonderful happens. We start to realize it isn’t as bad as we thought it was, and our anxiety begins to melts away.
Laughter is the best natural remedy for menopause, and one that most women don’t even consider. Laughing at yourself is healthy and helpful, and allows you to get through one of the most difficult times in a woman’s life.



I’m Not Sorry: Poems by Cats

by Rosa Silva

These cats have destroyed curtains, scratched couches, bitten hands, shredded toilet paperâ?¦ and they are not sorry. Now they decided to celebrate their achievements in these insightful and funny poems written by themselves.

With titles like “It’s 6 a.m., time to wake up”, “I hate the vet”, “Oops, I did it again”, “Let me in”, and “Red dot, red dot”, this collection of laugh-out-loud poems offers a cat’s view on common wacky and exasperating feline behavior. It’s the perfect gift for crazy cat lovers who appreciate hilarious insights into the feline nature.



Betel Leaves

by Jai Anbu

Betel leaves is a satirical account of religious and social prejudice in present day India, set against the Dalit’s struggle for identity, dignity and freedom.



FAB:: Froke As Buck (an Antinovel)

by Shontesia Renee Simmons

Every misfortune from house fires to drug addiction follows our four friends (Shanika, Tone, Carnelian “Ci-Ci”, and Shanika’s boyfriend) throughout their struggles to find and cement happiness. The American cultural landscape is lampooned in this tongue and cheek antinovel.



Almost Already: Insecurities, Failures, and Other Fun Things Nobody Likes to Talk About

by Jonathan Tony

There are two things everyone has in common: we all love Tom Hanks, and we all have insecurities.

No one likes to admit it, but it’s hard to be confident in a world that seems eager to point out our failures. We’re impatient. We’re jealous. Some of us sit in our cars and cry while listening to Adele a little too often. If we all have insecurities, why is it still so embarrassing to admit them? We’re insecure about being insecure.

Almost Already discusses our real life issues in an open and honest way. There’s no hiding behind cliché catchphrases and cheap life hacks. Through all of our shortcomings and frustrations, we can become who we were meant to be by knowing who we already are.



Wo, bitte, geht’s zum Meer? – Mallorca-Erzählungen : XXL – Leseprobe (German Edition)

by Alexandra Dannenmann

WICHTIGE INFO: Diese Leseprobe XXL umfasst die ersten beiden Kurzgeschichten des eBooks “Wo, bitte, gehtâ??s zum Meer? – Mallorca-Erzählungen ”

Wo, bitte, gehtâ??s zum Meer?Mallorca-Erzählungen

Zehn Kurzgeschichten über kleine Urlaubsabenteuer auf Mallorca. Mit Komik und auch einer Spur Nachdenklichkeit erzählt. Geschichten, die Vorfreude auf den nächsten Urlaub wecken. Und nicht nur auf Mallorca.

Erzählt wird vom obligatorischen Handtuchkrieg und über die schon klassische Ledermodenschau im Urlaubshotel. Und es fehlt auch nicht die nette ältere Dame, auf der Suche nach einer ehemaligen Urlaubsliebe. Eine aktuelle dagegen sorgt für Ã?rger im Urlaub dreier Freundinnen. Und es gibt den Ehemann, der nicht mit dem Six-Pack des Animateurs konkurrieren kann. Und auch die Familie, die nach einer Shopping-Tour durch Palma irrt. Beschrieben wird auch ein Versuch, südliches Flair in die Heimat umzusiedeln. Und der Bedauernswerte, den der Urlaubsblues erwischt. Auch das Thema Goodbye Deutschland darf nicht fehlen. Ebenso wenig der Abreisetag – wem die Stunde schlägt.

Das Buch ist als eBook und Taschenbuch erhältlich.



Living and Dying by the Numbers: A Book of Revelations

by Steffy Sota

I am a ghost writer.

In life, I was a leader and spokesman for the discipline of mathematics. I was an extremely important and respected mathematician.

I became a student at Hudson University in 1946. There I studied under Lionel Brilling, Steven Marcuse, and Edward Palace. I did not restrict myself to studying literature and mathematics; for I studied other topics such as history, social science, astrology, astronomy, basket weaving, biology, meteorology, physics, wine tasting, chemistry, and the rest. I was especially interested in philosophy, studying the Stoicism of Descartes and Spinoza, the destruction of all axiomatic systems by Godel, the Structuralism of Foucault, and the Existential Phenomenology of Sartre and Merleau-Ponty. I loved Borges.

I believe that mathematics should deal only with finite numbers and a finite number of operations.

I believe that mathematics should be grounded in the lived body.

I believe that the essence of mathematics is human activity.

Although it is true that most mathematicians of my day would not agree with my heretical views; indeed, most mathematicians today would not agree with them either.

I approach continuity and the limit in Calculus from a concrete human perspective featuring the counting activity. Every magician’s trick appears to jump in a discontinuity or gap from handkerchief to bird or lovely lady to magician. The magician’s tricks always have some kind of hidden connection–whether sleight-of-hand, false front, special lighting, or unseen closet space. The mathematician’s infinity is the magician’s trick.

To the mathematician as human being, the number line, every point on the number line, the directions of positive and negative, and the origin of any series are the direct result of the human counting activity.

Living and Dying by the Numbers is written in Plain English with illustrations. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to understand the concepts in this e-bookâ??although it would probably help.

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You are free to share, copy, or redistribute the materials in this text in any medium or format. You are free to adapt, reuse, modify, transform, or build upon the materials in this text for any purpose whatsoever.



The 9-Life Habits of Highly Effective Cats

by Margaret Woodhouse

Highly effective cats are felines in charge of their destiny and, once they’ve studied the 9-life habits, they’ll be in charge of their resident human too! Fully illustrated, this guide is a must for all cats – from older mogs to developing kittens – who wish to exert maximum influence.

The advice for cats includes the following topics: * Relationships with your human and the importance of being a “picky eater” * Winning ways with expressive body language -including flat ear flexibility * Purring skills and communication * Improving survival mechanisms with an emphasis on the all important dog-deflection techniques.



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