Free humour Kindle books for 18 Nov 18

Wordless Comics (Pisolo Books)

by Marco Bonafede

44 short stories.

By the same author, in English on Amazon:
– Physics of Mind
– Sigmund Freud
– Priests
– BOOMS: books and movies
– Ants inside: the truth about computers

Bellum Maga: Roleplaying The Feminist Resistance

by Abby Soto

The enemy of all life on Earth, the Serpent has waged war against the life force of our planet , the mother goddess Gaia for millennia. Using the weapons of ignorance, greed and hate it has turned humans against each other , polluted he world and threatens us daily with our own destruction.

The Maga, powerful magical beings powered by Gaia and her multitude of goddess aspects have other plans and will do whatever it takes to destroy the great serpent and its minions and return the world back to it’s long forgotten glory.

BELLUM MAGA is a role-playing game about a world of magic and conspiracies and a millennia old war between the corrupt Patriacracy and powerful female freedom fighters.

Farfel and Bob’s Cats vs. the Internet (Bromance Cats Book 3)

by Kendra Carmichael

Catnip for the Cat Lady’s Soul!

Farfel’s an orange tabby with a heart of gold. Family comes firstâ??except when the Internet is involved! From cat circles to cucumber snakes, the humans are getting too many bad ideas online. The Internet has to go!

Meanwhile, Marcia’s on a cat lady quest for Internet stardom. Bob’s epic cuteness is reaching its limit! Can he satisfy her voracious viral video needs? Or will the Internet be their undoing?

Armed with Farfel’s double-paws and Bob’s penchant for purring, the two felines take the fight to their humans. It’s time to go Internet-free or bust!

Farfel and Bob’s Cats vs. The Internet is a multi-media story featuring text and comics. Enjoy this fabulous feline series in any order. Get your paws on a copy today!

Squish the Fish: A Tale of Dating and Debauchery

by Dave Lundy

“Think ‘The Hangover’ mixed with ‘Old School’ and drenched in wing sauce. Ride shotgun with a group of friends trying to get to a Buffalo Bills game and join in all the crazy shenanigans along the way!”

“Laugh-out-loud funny and outrageously clever! Tucker Max type of escapades wrapped up in a plot with more twists-and-turns than a pole dancer.”

“[Fellow] ladies, this is a must read if you want a glimpse inside the minds of men. Enlightening, jaw-dropping, and hilarious!”

“Holy mother is it funny… but it’s not without a lot of heart; the type of heart you can only find in places like Buffalo, NY… in the dead of winter… after four Super Bowl losses in a row.”

Robert’s “summer romance” with Jennifer was interrupted when his college buddy, Zabka, returned to Buffalo for a visit. The police report described their reunion antics as, “two knuckleheads on a beyond insane bender.” Since then, Jennifer’s leash around Robert’s neck kept getting shorter and shorter.

Now it’s mid-December, and Zabka is planning an even bigger road trip back to frigid Buffalo. He envisions a weekend overflowing with beer and girls that, in his words, “climaxes” with the Bills squishing the Dolphins to clinch the division’s playoff spot. However, if Jennifer discovers his plans, there’s no telling what she’ll do.

Will drunken chaos spin out of control again? What unexpected trouble is flying up from Miami? When relationships, friendships, and rivalries collide, can anything survive? And where did the midget strippers come from?! Nothing can prepare this incompatible cast of characters for this wild winter weekend.

Wherewolf (Skullenia Book 1)

by Tony Lewis

Half-vampire Ollie inherits his uncle’s detective agency in the undead town of Skullenia.

With the agency comes his uncle’s staff: a zombie who can barely hold himself together, a zombie the size of a phonebox and with a single digit IQ, a mad professor, and Ronnie – who has the ability to make himself invisible.

Skullenia seems to be the last place that would need a detective agency. At least that is what Ollie thinks, until Count Jocular commissions him to help resolve a series of unexplained disappearances.

But has Ollie bitten off more than he can chew? With the help of his motley crew and some quite frankly ridiculous characters, he attempts to solve the perplexing mystery.

The Crazy Blog Book

by Jan Glaz

Short and Sweet. Wild and crazy. The unfriendly truth. A book of humorous crazy but superior Blog Posts. A must read, anti-depressant. Try it you will like it.

There Are Places I Remember

by Leonard Stegmann

The follow-up to Leonard Stegmann’s nostalgic “People and Things That Went Before” once again takes you back to a time of bottle rockets and snow days, Beatles albums and Kool-Aid stands. Warm, funny and sometimes sad, “There Are Places I Remember” will stir memories of those not-so-long ago days that you once believed would never end.


by Blank Books LLC

Research conducted from January 20, 2017 to the present day led us to publishing this exhaustive educational tool. A great gift for your liberal friends who don’t appreciate the President as much as the rest of us. Also a great gift for the conservative readers out there.

The astute observer will notice that this book is entirely blank.

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