Free humour Kindle books for 07 Mar 19

Government Beers

by Guy Beaver

It all starts with a smudged print-out, which puts WESLEY LARKIN, a NASCAR-loving 7-year-old diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer on a collision course with an unlikely team of NASA nerds that accidentally leave microbrewery plans in a huge government proposal. The result is a heroic triumph of astronomical proportions!

GORDON MILLER gets caught up in a vortex of circumstance as he becomes the accidental program manager of a 3,000 person government program.

“So let me get this straight. You’re a rocket scientist, who runs a satellite program for NASA, who also works on race cars, starts charitable foundations, volunteers to keep score for the York River Tsunamis, and runs a brewery? Is there anything else you do?” asked Wendy, wanting to get her facts straight. “I write Haikus,” responded Gordon. “And the brewery part needs some caveats.”

The story takes place at NASA Langley Research Center and surrounding historical areas of Hampton Roads, Virginia. The quirky character crew has idiosyncrasies that include thinking in haiku poems, chiropractic dependencies, and time-travel obsession. Fighter jets from Langley Air Force Base and race cars at Langley Speedway frame the story as the plot dilemma becomes the rationalization and discovery of government funded beers used to help WESLEY fight for his life.

“â?¦ I enjoyed it! I hope that those who read it realize it is not only fun, but an excellent and very important lesson, too.” –Dr. John Switzer, The Liberty Professor

Modeling Basketball and Other Possession-Based Sports: A Quick Introduction

by Mitch Glover

Ever wondered how Vegas sets its handicaps? Ever wonder how anyone can make a profit at the sportsbooks? Wonder no more, as I have put together a short ebook hitting you with the knowledge you need to go out and beat your bookie! This no frills ebook breaks down the important stats and the formulas used to set lines. Improve your record against the book for the price of less than a unit!

Some Things Never Change (Elmo Jenkins – Book Two)

by McMillian Moody

A Christian Fiction bestseller.

If you enjoyed McMillian Moody’s Ordained Irreverence, you’re sure to love Some Things Never Change. Elmo Jenkins is now a full-fledged staff member at First Church. As Assistant to the Senior Pastor, he’s responsible for designing a strategy to transition the church into the future. But trouble’s brewing and not everyone’s on board.

The whole gang is back for the bumpy ride along with some colorful new characters. Be there when Elmo surprises Bonnie on their wedding day. Tag along when Dunston finally takes Elmo fishing. Feel the thrill of riding in a red Viper with a friar at the wheel. And help Elmo figure out that creepy little statue named Ferty . . . who’s stalking him?

It’s another unforgettable visit to First Church you won’t want to miss. — OBT Bookz

The readers say it best: “Not since Mitford has the day-to-day life of a minister been so much fun.”

Script – Fade-Out

by Michael Uva

A tiny commercial film crew find themselves stranded after a Coup d’état in a foreign country, with no means of escape and no help coming from the USA. The crew devises a plan to use the products for the advertisement, plus their pervious-to-Hollywood, past trades, and their current, Movie-Making expertise as filmmakers; they hide their planned escape in plain sight.

Script – Hell On Heels

by Michael Uva

One soul finds himself in the middle of a struggle of Biblical proportions as God’s “Angel Of Death” fights to protect him from “Satan’s Fashionista Daughter.”

Script – E-Jipped

by Michael Uva

After stumbling onto a way to transport himself back to ancient Egypt anytime he wants, a New York gangster causes all hell to break loose… in the past. He conceivably could… and does change Egyptian history to be rewritten after he brings a few trinkets back in time; an iPod, a six-pack of beer and an Illustrated Encyclopedia on, How The Pyramids Were Built!

Atlas Reign: A LitRPG Saga (The Binding Book 1)

by Riley Mercer

Level-up. Cross The Binding. Save Reality.

Die-hard gamer Morrow Adams strives to escape his corporate-controlled existence on Earth. Logging in as Atlas Reign, he plays The Binding as a way to break from the limitations of his real life.

Few have crossed the elusive Binding in the game, but if you do, real-life opportunity awaitsâ??physical passage to a new world.

But the same corporation that Morrow tries to escape from on Earth also controls the virtual game worldâ??a world perfectly designed to drain your credits and enslave you to their workforce.

Everything changes when Morrow meets a beautiful, top-level player from the other side named Raven Vex. She helps him uncover a devious conspiracy within the game that sends them on an unbelievable quest through The Binding’s expansiveâ??and dangerousâ??universe.

This LitRPG adventure explores the connection between game world and real world consequences that shape a dystopian society. Fast-paced with plenty of game mechanics and twists that will keep you glued to the page!

101 Movies to See Before You Die

My compilation of the best movies that have ever been made. There are some very interesting movies on this list! All sorts of different genres from the last hundred plus years. Please enjoy and share these instant classics with as many as possible!

Live from the Apocalypse

by Andrew Cruze

For nearly two decades, Jefferson Jones has wielded his widely syndicated talk show as a bullhorn: the apocalypse is coming, brought to you courtesy of the banksters, the Bilderbergs, the world’s nefarious elite.

The second term of President Barry Soetoroâ??aka Barrack Hussein Obamaâ??ushers in a mysterious eclipse, followed by reports of demon sightings and brutal decapitations. On November 7, 2012, his predictions finally come to pass. 

Jones covers the unfolding carnage, and the nation’s pundits cover him.  He relishes the attention, but is it too little too late?

Live from the Apocalypse is a dark, political satire set in the era of hysterical pundits, absurd politicians, and conspiracy theories so crazy they just might be true.

“For anyone who’s a fan of Alex Jones purely for entertainment value, this will be a fun thought experiment and clearly shows an understanding of the source material.”â??Ross Blocher, co-host of Oh No Ross and Carrie

“Live from the Apocalypse is one of the best books I have read in the last five years. It’s also one of the strangest, most surreal, and funniest novels I’ve *ever* read. Cruze knows the key to that crossroads where political satire meets the Kafkaesque. Within the very absurd lies some strain of the familiar….Read this book. I rank it with my favorite works of Poe, Calvino, and (Cruze’s contemporary) the satirist Chris Bachelder. It is a marvelous accomplishment, both of the imagination and clear seeing.”â??David Keplinger, author, The Most Natural Thing, The Prayers of Others (winner of the Colorado Book Award)

“The writer’s intelligence shines through, especially in his deep understanding of the media, politics, and the â??prepper’ sensibility. Maybe most importantly, this book is incredibly entertaining. I read most of it in public at a cafe, and couldn’t help laughing out loud. A lot.”â??Gretchen Marquette, author, The Paris Review, Harper’s Magazine, forthcoming collection from Graywolf Press

To Cast A Cliche´ (A Just For Sh*#& and Giggles Short Story Book 2)

by Aubrey Wynne

The evil Queen Lucinda exacts revenge on a royal poet by casting a spell of never-ending clichés upon the kingdom. Will the clever King Richard thwart his stepmother’s magic and save the good people of Maxim? Test your literary knowledge and enjoy an entertaining spoof on fairytales.

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