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The Gentlemen’s Guide to Pooping

by J.M. Genest

The Gentlemen’s Guide to Pooping is a light hearted and satirical guide to using public restrooms.

A Doc in the Box Christmas: So Glad You’re not Here.

by Will Bevis

ANNOUNCING the Third Annual – and possibly final – Will Bevis Christmas Giveaway – Beginning Saturday December 21st 2013 and lasting through Christmas Day – As many as possible of ALL 100 of Will Bevis’ Kindle Stories – including the new full length novel “Boogie: A Life With the Devil – are FREE for Kindle. Be sure to download “Boogie: A Life With The Devil and ALL others that you want during those five days – and read them at your leisure the coming year! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! (Note: The most stories are available on Dec. 21 and 22nd. For a list of ALL Will Bevis stories email [email protected])

About the Author:

Will Bevis is a prolific writer of short, sometimes very controversial “Slice of life” stories, articles, essays and memoirs that make you feel you are right there, experiencing the story as it it happens. His best known story is the Top One Hundred Free for Kindle story, “The Killing of Train-Man Brown.” He has written over one hundred short stories including, “Then Her Wig Fell Off,” “Let the Dog Drive,” “Blackbird,” “Supply and Demand,” “Daddy’s Playing Dead,” and many, many others. Many are also available as audio books.

About “Boogie: A Life With The Devil.”

This full length novel grew out of the Five Star short story, “Blackbird: A Young Boy Meets the Devil For the First Time.”
It follows the little boy from that first meeting with the devil, all the way through his life… until the surprise end.
Meet “Bill the Blackbird” and “Boogie McCain” and a host of other interesting characters…
As the devil never gives up in trying to get Boogie to sign away his soul… in return for fame and fortune…
and a few other things as well!

One reviewer called “Blackbird…” A must-read treasure, December 24, 2012

By Henrietta Lala “herbalwiz” (St. Martinville, LA) – See all my reviews
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This review is from: Blackbird: A Boy Meets The Devil For the First Time (Kindle Edition)
I’ve been reading about 70 years and Blackbird is one of those rare nuggets of pure gold in a whole mountain of clay . It plays out like the blues, full of riffs and bass and gravel that spin themselves into a mirror of soul not ashamed to get down and dirty and come up dragging us into a light we refused to open our eyes to before. Don’t let the stomp and shuffle and guffaws fool you into thinking it’s not about you, you ain’t gonna get off that easy. I was in Gadsden Alabama for about three months in 1958, and he’s not telling any lies. It was my first experience with deep southern segregationist views. A great morality tale told by a masterful and powerful writer about a very unique character.

About this short story:

Come along on a “Holly Jolly” trip to a “Doc in a Box” on Christmas Day.

See what you missed by not getting sick at Christmas…

And rejoice in the gift of having your health…

And not wasting precious Holiday time…

In a Doc in a Box waiting room.

Is that Rudolph in the waiting room next to yours?

No. Just another kid with the flu.

Christmas Book: Pookie The Pooch Meets Santa

by Geryn Childress

This Christmas Book is a wonderful Christmas story your kids are sure to love. It’s written and illustrated in old school style so your child can have the same experience you had as a child watching the classic ‘Rudolph The Red Noise Reindeer” cuddled around the television with your family. This book will give your child that same feeling.

A Fat Guyâ??s Guide to Being an American Winner (A Fat Guy’s Guide Book 1)

by Jacob Hardy

Laughter is the best medicine so put down the Lipitor and insulin and pick up this book. Jacob Hardy’s A Fat Guy’s Guide is chopped up into 57 easily digestible chapters with topics ranging from the different types of fat to food porn and nothing in between. 70% of Americas are overweight or obese but anybody that enjoys comedy and wants to learn how to be an American winner will love this book.

Embrace your inner (and outer) fatness to live a better life through acceptance. Life advice includes but is not limited to how to dress like a winner, comebacks against fat shamers and how to pick up chubby ladies at a bar (hint: lift with the knees).

Further chapters about living life in the fat lane include the best jobs for American chubsters, fat friendly products and getting the most out of every season’s eatings. How do you avoid the pitfalls of fat logic, size discrimination, and other unfortunate side effects of being large and in charge? Embrace the fatness and be the fun fat guy – not the sad, angry or obsessive nerd fat guy.

Breaking down the best (and worst) diets and exercises for fatties as well as fat thoughts (Jacob is really hoping for a Star Trek holodeck in the future) round out the book’s ample bottom.

A Fat Guy’s Guide to Being an American Winner is self-described as the greatest parody self-help book ever written. The book is an in your face no holds barred take on being a fat guy in an American society that both caters to and shuns fat people. The majorly vast, vast majority is sick of being put down, beat up, picked on and picked last. Be careful thinsters, this could be the start of the fat revolution.



We live in a world of constant change. We meet new people. We watch new information. We see new technology. But few things are amazing. It can give us joy, motivation. Some amazing facts will give us a shock to our brains. Reality is more complex than ever. So, we need some trustworthy facts to handle them. This small collection of work will help you all

Der Wasserhahn tropft: Ein Anti-Thriller (German Edition)

by Robert Riedl

Es tropft und tropft und tropft. Flüchte, bevor dich das Tropfen tötet! – Ein Krimi mit wasseroberflächlicher Handlung. Ein Thriller mit wiederholungssüchtigem Witz. Ein blutiges Happyend in Tropfenform.

Hugo von Dada wuchs in einer kleinbürgerlich-katholischen Familie nahe Zürich auf. Sein Vater war Installations- und Gebäudetechniker, seine Mutter Hausfrau. Auf Wunsch der Eltern begann er ebenso eine Lehre zum Installations- und Gebäudetechniker.
Aus gesundheitlichen Gründen musste von Dada die Lehre abbrechen. Schlie�lich gaben die Eltern seinem Wunsch nach, das Abitur nachzuholen. Danach begann er das Studium der Germanistik und Philosophie in Zürich. Nach Abbruch seines Studiums zog der Schweizer nach Berlin. Bis heute arbeitet er dort als Hilfskraft für Regie, Dramaturgie und Verwaltungsfragen am Berliner Ensemble.
Mit seinem Anti-Thriller â??Der Wasserhahn tropft” landete Hugo von Dada auf Anhieb einen internationalen Buch-Bestseller.


Hettford Witch Hunt, Series Two: Comedy Horror

by James Rhodes

“And it’s in that humour where this series shines. As Red Dwarf (a clear influence on the Hettford series) mined the Space Opera for plenty of laughs, here Mr Rhodes uses the vengeful Ghost/rural haunting troupes as a spring board for many fine yucks. This is comedy with a horror bend, more Ghostbusters than say Waxworks*. Not that I’m comparing the series to Peter Venkman’s adventures; no this series is undeniably British in its character and more importantly in its humour. I suspect Rhodes grew up reading Robert Rankin paperbacks while watching Derek & Clive.”

Geoff Johnston, UK Horror Scene

“With subtle humor and a charming regional voice, James Rhodes cleverly crafts a story of vengeance, mystery and witchcraft. Deftly weaving the ordinary and supernatural Rhodes leads readers along a path strewn with dreary workaday details offset by exciting glimpses of an otherworld that threatens to destroy the safety of the mundane.”

-Kirsten Imani Kasai, Author: Ice Song, Tattoo, Del Rey Books

Things are going well for the Hettford Witch Hunt. Milton and Carrie are still in love, Dan has plenty to get angry about and nobody has had to lie on an insurance form in months.

Meanwhile, it has been a bleak and austere winter for Gary who inhabits his house like the ghost of his relationship with Alison. Will a new arrival in Hettford help to pull him out of his slump? Will his old friends at the Hettford Witch Hunt rally around him? Will he ever be able to love again? Or, will the vengeful spirits of witches that haunt his village continue to hold back his career.

Note: This book is best enjoyed as a continuation of Hettford Witch Hunt: Series One and Hettford Witch Hunt: Easter Special . Both of these titles are available at no cost from Smashwords and Amazon.

A Modern Benoni

by E. J. Cronin

Benoni is a Hebrew word meaning ‘son of my sorrows.’ In chess, the Modern Benoni is an opening sequence of moves used by the player of the black pieces. For centuries, people of all kinds have met over the chessboard to battle for spoils, and Reed Connor is no different. He is a young, erudite chess player living on the fringe of society. He and his girlfriend Madeline are consumed by a desire for base pleasure while Vassily is a Soviet grandmaster living in seclusion in West Philadelphia. Their lives intertwine when the chess World Open offers a large cash purse. A Modern Benoni is a realistic examination of how opportunities can emerge when all seems lost and redemption may come, but not as expected.

Kindergarten Concetration Camp: A small, naive boy lives through his first day of kindergarten as though in a Nazi concentration camp.

by Oleg Drobotun

A small, naive boy lives through his first day of kindergarten as though in a Nazi concentration camp.

Westminster Blues

by Paul Gubbins

It’s Autumn 2014. The Scots have voted for devolution and a leader of an unpopular coalition is fretting about the forthcoming general election. Meanwhile Tim Ryder, a junior minister, is undergoing what his wife Margo terms a mid-life crisis. But is it? As Ryder attempts to reevaluate his life, his relationships and his career, he realises he is in the grip of circumstances he cannot control.

This is a fast-paced novel set in London, Edinburgh, the northwest of England and the USA. It is a story of human adversity set against a backdrop of political wheeling and dealing. It is a tale for our times.


This is Paul Gubbins’ second novel in English. He writes also in the international language Esperanto.

Laddies and Generalmen

by Paul Gubbins

In this witty and topical novel a Chinese student finds himself out of language, out of money and out of step when he arrives in Britain to start a post-graduate course at a city university. In desperation, he turns for help to a Chinese businessman who befriended him at the airport – with disastrous results. The student disappears and his university tutor calls in the police to investigate. Meanwhile people other than the police are investigating the university for a disappearance of an altogether different kind….


Paul Gubbins is an editor, writer and journalist who has published widely in the international language Esperanto. This is his first novel in English. He lives in the northwest of England with his wife, two cats and a garden railway.

Jonathan’s Clay Bears

by Jonathan Brandstater

Jonathan’s Clay Bears is a book arranged in comic book format. The content is a series of photographs depicting bear characters made from plasticine (non-hardening oil based clay). Each photograph is accompanied by a humorous caption featuring word play such as puns and alliteration. This book might be of interest to children between the ages of seven and twelve, especially children who enjoy animal characters and word play.

Always a Cold Deck (A Harry Reese Mystery Book 1)

by Robert Bruce Stewart

In July 1900, hapless insurance investigator Harry Reese travels to Buffalo to look into a suspicious fire. But when Harry uncovers a smuggling ring, the case morphs into something more sinister, and he’s faced with a new set of questions. What’s become of the notorious ringleader? Was the missing Charles Elwell killed for the insurance money? Or is he alive and sharing in the proceeds? And is his comely niece merely trying to divert Harry’s attentionâ??or is she truly as eccentric as she appears?

To find the answers, Harry travels to Canada and back in the company of a political boss’s conniving stooge and the aforementioned nutty niece. It’s a byzantine odyssey, during which Harry can never be sure of anyone’s loyalties, least of all those who’ve hired him. And when it’s all over, he finds himself wedded to a new conundrum, which makes what went before pale in comparisonâ?¦.

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Rock ‘n’ Roll Vampire

by Max Radin

When has-been rocker Ricky Durbin is sent off to rehab for the fourth time by his record company, he plans to come back a changed man.

But a vampire isn’t quite what he has in mind.

In fact, Ricky has a heck of a time believing it, much to the consternation of those around him. Ricky chalks up his rapid physical changes and lust for female neckflesh as strange byproducts of his newfound sobriety. And when his rehab physician, the delectable Dr. D, develops a similar disposition after he bites her, she seeks Ricky out as her â??dark master.’ Ricky willingly enlists Dr. D’s help as a lyricist in penning a new album he must get in the can to preserve his tenuous recording contract. She does have a way with words.

Until Count Johnnie, an ancient coven master from centuries gone by, makes an appearance. As does an eccentric vampire hunter from Balkan Pest Control, a wizened old woman by the name of Edna Sweeney, who wears a green felt hat and drives a Rambler.

Meanwhile, Ricky’s ex-wife and manager, the lovely Rachel, wonders about Ricky’s predilection for writing songs that seem to focus on women’s necks. During their tumultuous marriage, he never so much as wanted to nibble hers.

But, it is a new direction for Ricky. Perhaps he has something.

Can Ricky reestablish himself as the rock ‘n’ roll great he once was, not to mention save his house from being foreclosed on? And maybe get his ex to take him back?

More importantly, will Ricky vanquish the evil Count Johnnie, who seems to be the cause of all this vampirism in the first place?

A work of literature like Rock ‘n’ Roll vampire doesn’t come along every day.

Aratar, Peredhil, and Halflings, Oh My!: The Ultimate Tolkien Quiz

by Benita J. Prins

Looking for the real ultimate Tolkien quiz?

Are you tired of Tolkien quizzes that claim to be “the ultimate”, “the best”, “the hardest”, then deliver questions like “What does the J.R.R. stand for”? If so, this is the book for you.

Test your Tolkien knowledge with hundreds of questions ranging from “Peregrin Took” (super-easy) to “Manwë Súlimo” (super-obscure). Can you list the Lords and Ladies of the Aratar from greatest to least? How many toes does Treebeard have? Who were the youngest Dwarves in Thorin’s company? What were the names of Gondolin’s imitations of the Two Trees? Aratar, Peredhil, and Halflings, Oh My! will provide hours of entertainment for all, casual fan or out-and-out geek.

Compete with your friends to find the greatest geek among you, or pore over the questions on your own. Either way, you’re sure to find a challenge, with loads of fun along the way.

Including trivia from The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, The Silmarillion and more, longtime Tolkien nut Benita J. Prins has compiled the ultimate quiz for every Tolkien fan.

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