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STRING by S.E. McKenzie (S. E. McKenzie Productions) Price verified one hour ago

'STRING' is S.E. McKenzie's forty-sixth epic poem which explores the mystery of 'String'.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 16 Pages (3,089 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Apr 18th, 2019

HIDDEN by S.E. McKENZIE (S. E. McKenzie Productions) Price verified 2 hours ago

This is S. E. McKenzie's sixteenth epic poem which explores what may be hidden in a world where asymmetrical social conditions are growing to be the norm.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 17 Pages (667 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Apr 18th, 2019

LOST IN THE FOG by S. E. McKenzie (S. E. McKenzie Productions) Price verified 2 hours ago

Mark Bow loses track of time while sailing in the fog, with his true love Marie. He has been sentenced to hang in a tree until he dies or until his king decides to pardon him for desertion. The story telling format is a combination of poetry and photographs. LOST IN THE FOG is Sarah McKenzie's first epic poem.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 51 Pages (1,929 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Apr 18th, 2019

Redneck Dad's Family Reunion by Scott F Neve Price verified 3 hours ago

The Redneck Dad and his teenage daughter Marie arrived at sunset on Friday night. It was the 4th of July. The smell of burned gunpowder and smoking burgers filled the air. The whole clan of the Redneck Dad's family was there. It was a time to bend the rules, break the law, and then give a rebel yell. "Sunday will be the 77th wedding anniversary of grandma and grandpa. This weekend should be tons of good clean fun," the Redneck Dad said with boastful pride. Marie surprised him when she smiled and said, "You believe in Santa Claus too, don't you." The Redneck Dad chuckled loudly and then he spoke as he parked his big pickup truck beneath a Weeping Willow tree in the backyard, "I am officially giving you permission to have fun all weekend. I'm planning on relaxing on Uncle Ken's pontoon boat. If you need directions just ask anybody where to find the Gun Lake party barge." Marie laughed with him and then she said, "This is exactly like one of my Summer Camp fantasies come true; except there aren't any monsters in it yet." She jumped out of the big pickup truck and ran off with several of the girl cousins who were just about her age. They disappeared in the crowd of well wishers and beer swilling kin. She seemed happy as a lark to be free from her overprotective father's gaze for more than one second.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 38 Pages (450 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Apr 18th, 2019

The Biggest Idea in the World: (There's always someone who thinks they can conquer Silicon Valley. Maybe this idiot can.) by David Joland 4.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 4 hours ago

Meet Barry, a deluded Uber driver, saddled with debt and a wife who hates him. Convinced he's a genius, and that Facebook, Tripadvisor - and just about every other internet giant - were all his ideas, he's determined not to lose out with his latest brainwave by taking it to Silicon Valley himself. Leaving London with a suitcase full of Non-Disclosure Agreements and a head full of dreams, Barry's confident he's done everything possible to protect his idea and make his billions. He pitches to deal-crazed bankers, greedy funders, geek-techies - and a shop assistant whose partner's a conman. All of them want Barry's idea. All of them want to cut him out. His one savior could be Mickey Roughton, the world famous movie producer who's in town to promote his latest blockbuster. What starts off as a helping-hand turns to disaster when Barry's idea is broadcast on national TV allowing anyone to steal it - and everyone does. It looks like his unblemished record of disasters remains intact, until slowly the details of his master plan unfold revealing what could be the greatest scam to hit the Valley.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 257 Pages (1,592 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Apr 18th, 2019

Lost Souls ParaAgency and the Ghostly Reunion: (Romantic Paranormal Mystery #2) by K.M. Waller (Kizzie Waller Books) 4.4 Stars (7 Reviews)    Price verified 5 hours ago

When a hunter becomes the hunted, it's time to send in the LSP! Welcome to the Lost Souls ParaAgency, where agents work together to ensure the safety of humans and prevent exposure of the paranormal community. The Assignment -- stop a spooky spirit from terrorizing a reality television ghost hunter. Amira Walker and Lex Dimas are back as a mystery-solving duo in this second installment of the Lost Souls ParaAgency series. Lex wants nothing more than to hang up his agent status and take Amira to a deserted island for a romantic getaway, but his manipulative grandfather has other plans. Once again coerced into taking an assignment he doesn't want, Lex's top priority is Amira's safety -- whether she appreciates his overly cautious behavior or not. This is Amira's first real assignment as an agent, and she's out to prove that her skills as a sleuth can far outvalue her skills as a witch. But suppressing her witchy side isn't the only complication for this assignment. She has to come face to face with Samuel Chase -- the jerk extraordinaire who will exploit anyone to gain notoriety as a ghost hunter. As if that wasn't bad enough, Lex's overprotectiveness is putting a damper on their newfound romance. Can she solve her first case without resorting to magic and find a balance in her romantic relationship?

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 215 Pages (487 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Apr 18th, 2019

Any Girl Who Loves The Beatles Is Bound To Break Your Heart by Nick Pollack 4.4 Stars (9 Reviews)    Price verified 5 hours ago

SOMETIMES THE LAST THING YOU WANT, IS THE THING YOU NEED MOST. Across the crowded terminal at Sydney Airport, disillusioned travel blogger, Grant Ryder, spies touring English musician, Nina Taylor, steal a bottle of vodka, and impulsively, he steps into the resulting melee, to help her avoid arrest. When this chivalrous act causes Grant to miss his flight, he's forced to take a last minute job chaperoning his new least favourite person around the city he's grown to hate, to cover the cost of a new flight, twenty four hours later. As the straight-laced Grant chases the free-spirited Nina across town, he becomes increasingly uncertain if he'll actually make it, as he's drawn into the string of petty crimes she's tallying up, en route to her gig that night. Once their initial animosity melts away as they bond over music, heartbreak and dad jokes, Grant sees Sydney through Nina's eyes, and in the process, he gains a new appreciation for his home, and - by reconnecting with the past he was running from - a new hope for himself. As their twenty four hours together draws to a close, neither star-crossed stranger will find it easy to say goodbye to the other. A love story in the tradition of 'Roman Holiday', 'High Fidelity' and 'Before Sunrise'.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 239 Pages (2,100 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Apr 18th, 2019

Zombies at the Door: Planning for the Inevitable by Charlie Pulsipher (Singular Books) 4.0 Stars (58 Reviews)    Price verified 8 hours ago

*Get ready for a funny Advice & How-To guide to the coming Zombie Apocalypse using humor and practical knowledge together to help you survive* We all know it can happen, will happen. Be prepared and have a laugh at the same time. This basic manual will make sure you are ready to face the zombie hordes and walk you through where to meet, find weapons and food, and set up camp. It may even give you hope as you huddle in the bathroom stall at the mall. Seriously though, don't go to the mall! Learn the glow stick technique to distract zombies or how a paper bag might save your life or at least keep you from seeing the bitey end that's coming. Are dentist offices safe? Can the game of baseball stop the zombies from attacking? Is petroleum jelly something you should have in your zombie kit? Find out now. *Add to the knowledge you've gained from Max Brooks, A. R. Wise, Bryan James, Laurence Sutton, Karim Theos, and many more while you laugh at your own lack of preparation*

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 70 Pages (661 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Apr 18th, 2019

Meet Clara Morgan: A laugh-a-minute romantic comedy that you won't want to put down. (Clara Andrews - Book 3) (Clara Andrews Series) by Lacey London (SSO Publishing) 4.2 Stars (49 Reviews)    Price verified 8 hours ago

Clara is back! Wedding bells are ringing for Clara and Oliver in Meet Clara Morgan - the much anticipated, third installment in the Clara Andrews Series. When Clara, Lianna and Gina all find themselves engaged at the same time, it soon becomes clear that things are going to get a little crazy. With Lianna and Gina busy planning their own impending nuptials, it's not long before Oliver enlists the help of Janie, his feisty Texan mother, to help Clara plan the wedding of her dreams. However, it's not long before Clara realizes that Janie's vision of the perfect wedding day is more than a little different to her own. Will Clara be able to cope with her shameless mother-in-law Janie? What will happen when a groom gets cold feet? And how will Clara handle a blast from the past who makes a reappearance in the most unexpected way possible? Join Clara and the gang as three very different brides, plan three very different weddings. With each one looking for the perfect fairytale ending, who will get their happily ever after... Praise for the Clara Andrews series - "Couldn't put it down!" "Highly recommended!" "Such a good series to escape into!" "I just LOVE Clara Andrews!" "Very easy to get hooked on!" "If you enjoy a good rom-com, you will LOVE these books!" The other books in the Clara series are available to download now from Amazon.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 200 Pages (1,353 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Apr 18th, 2019

The Shallow End by Jeremy Liles 4.7 Stars (4 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Thad Poole has some problems... The Career Problem: Thad exaggerated his computer skills -- well, he pretended he had some -- to land his first job. Now, a few weeks into his tenure, he finds himself at the center of a high-profile project that he concocted based on his misunderstanding of a coworker's misreading of a computer magazine's joke. Despite Thad's attempts to quietly kill the project, it quickly metastasizes into a horror-movie blob of lies, ego, and corporate politics. The Family Problem: To put it bluntly, they're nuts. Thad's father, a chemist, used his three children as test subjects for homemade nootropic drugs and continues to meddle as much as possible. Thad's older brother Eugene, an ex-spy turned freelance operator, is on the payroll of one of the world's shadiest conglomerates. His sister May has recently run off to New York to pursue her modeling career and a dual major in philosophy and chemistry. And Thad's mother checked out of the Hotel Poole long ago, and now finds her fulfillment in red wine, ludicrous cults, and math tutoring. The Stalker Problem: A rogue DEA agent with an old axe to grind has taken an unhealthy interest in the Pooles. The Problem Problem: Mix all Thad's problems together and you get an explosive chemical reaction that culminates in two disastrous dénouements: (1) the annual company meeting, featuring unexpected hypnosis and history's most disastrous PowerPoint presentation; and (2) the Poole's traditional Christmas feast, featuring unexpected guests, mistaken identities, flex cuffs, a vintage kana, that wacky DEA agent, and a sibling bet gone terribly awry. Like the free-spirited love child of Don DeLillo's "Americana" and Kingsley Amis' "Lucky Jim," "The Shallow End" combines social satire, solipsism, and linguistic ardor. If it were a car, it would probably be the DeLorean from "Back to the Future." If it were a tree, it would bear some crazy-textured technicolor fruit. If it were a book... well, buy it and ...

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 298 Pages (694 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Apr 18th, 2019

Wisconsin Vamp (Monsters in the Midwest Book 1) by Scott Burtness 4.1 Stars (103 Reviews)    Price verified 9 hours ago

Some vampires are destined for greatness. He's not one of them. When truckstop diner cook and mediocre bowler Herb Knudsen becomes a vampire, his once simple life gets a bit more complicated. Herb's not even sure how it happened. He wasn't bitten by a vampire, which means there's no one around to help him learn the ropes. With no one to guide him, Herb fumbles into his newfound abilities, courting disaster with every step. Despite learning each new lesson the hard way, being a vampire isn't all bad. He's stronger, a little sexier, and a heck of a lot better at bowling. Even Lois, the girl of his dreams, is starting to notice him. But he can't drink beer, the bodies are piling up, and his best friend Dallas isn't just getting suspicious - he's getting jealous. When Lois is caught in the middle of the two friends' escalating rivalry, keeping his dark secret becomes the least of Herb's concerns. Booze, bowling, bake sales, bar fights, babes, blood and karaoke... Who would have thought that being undead would make life so exciting? About the Monsters in the Midwest series: Herb, Dallas, and Stanley live in northern Wisconsin, where life is nice and simple. Until Herb becomes a vampire. And Dallas becomes a werewolf. And Stanley becomes a zombie. Join the three friends on their hilariously awkward journeys as they learn that there really are monsters in the Midwest, and that's not always a bad thing.

Genre: Humor & Satire [x]
Length: 351 Pages (1,230 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Apr 18th, 2019
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