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Memes: Hilariuos Funny Dank Memes 2019

by Joe Billy

Check this hilarious meme book for hours of ultimate laugh!Just scroll to the top and press the "Buy" button!!

Genre: Humour, Parodies
Size: 2172 pages
Free download for Kindle from 25 June 2019 onward  

Rating: 4.20 / 5
102 reviews

Hit the Road Jack: A wickedly suspenseful serial killer thriller (Jack Ryder Book 1)

by Willow Rose

New series from the Amazon Bestselling author Willow Rose.  Ben is supposed to be in school. It's Monday morning but his parents are still asleep after a night of heavy drinking. Ben Waits patiently, even though he knows he is missing out on today's field trip to the zoo. But, when his black Labrador suddenly runs upstairs and comes down with a finger in his mouth, Ben knows he's not making it to school today at all. Detective Jack Ryder is chaperoning his kids' field trip when he gets the call from the head of the Cocoa Beach Police Department. A body has been found and they need his help. Soon, Jack finds himself up against a killer, a predator who ruthlessly chases women and kills them so they can never leave him. The case soon causes serious consequences for him and his family once the truth is revealed. With her new hero, Jack Ryder, as a loving father and committed detective, a new location in tropical Florida, and a story that moves at an incredible pace, Hit the Road Jack is Willow Rose at the top of her game.

Genre: Arts & Photography, Dance, Fashion, Film & Video, Music, Photography, Pop Culture, Television, Biography & True Accounts, Arts & Literature, Ethnic, Historical, Leaders & Notable People, Memoirs, Professionals & Academics, Reference & Collections, Travel, Business & Finance, Business Life, Economics, Finance, Industries & Professions, Investing, Marketing & Sales, Personal Finance, Reference, Small Business & Entrepreneurship, Children's eBooks, Arts, Music & Photography, Computers & Internet, Science, Nature & How It Works, Sport & Outd
Size: 454 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 June 2019 onward  

Rating: 4.60 / 5
3 reviews

The Gay Mafia vs. The Anti-Cheezers: Adventures in Streisland

by Jim Bango

Enjoy the colorful town of Streisland. The town full of the most outrageous gangs around. Follow Don Premas of the Gay Mafia as he and his crew blunder from one adventures to the next.

Genre: Humour, Parodies
Size: 26 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 June 2019 onward  

The Ball Buster Kid: A Book of Revelations

by Lulu Galah

I am a ghost writer.In life, my relationship with the Boston community was damaged by a long-running feud between me and much of the Boston media. The newspapermen didn’t make my life any easier, but I didn’t help myself with my legendary stubbornness. The same mind that ensured I could remember a pitch that struck me out three months before was not going to forget any slights inflicted by a hostile press.I was a driven, obsessed young man. I thought the weight of the damn world was always on my neck, grinding on me. I wanted to be the greatest hitter who ever lived. Nobody ever worked harder at hitting. Hitting a baseball was at the core of my existence. My whole life was hitting.Hitting is a correction thing. Every swing you're changing. Every thought you're correcting. Every time up, you're thinking. If I was battling a slump, I stayed up all night thinking about what to change.Before he died, Charley Lau ranked me as the greatest hitter in baseball history. You could look it up.I have always thought of baseball as the best of all games: the most interesting, the most demanding, the most rewarding. I cannot begin to express the gratification I have felt in being part of the game of baseball with such a wonderful flavor and spirit. The game I love has produced such superb champions and attractive personalities as Merkle, Young, Stivetts, Arlington, Jackson, Wambsganss, Evers, Stengel, Piersall, Berra, Martin, Hobbs, McAvoy, and Al the Boss Angel. Wherever I traveled at home or abroad, I found baseball to be a universal language. I enjoyed every moment spent in baseball—above all the many wonderful friends I have made. I loved playing baseball more than anything else in my life. The prospect that there was going to be baseball in my day made me feel privileged and extremely happy. I could not wait for the sun to rise so I could get to the ballpark again.Open Access PolicyYou 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.

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Nonfiction, Sport, Other Team Sports
Size: 32 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 June 2019 onward  

Sweet Sue's Golf Instruction for Women: A Book of Revelations

by Steffy Sota

I am a ghost writer.In life, I became one of history’s first female sports stars by mastering everything from basketball and track and field to softball, tennis, and even bowling. I broke records as a golfer, winning an unprecedented 82 amateur and professional tournaments before my untimely death at age 45. After spending my youth beating the neighborhood boys in pickup sports games, I became a standout performer on my high school’s basketball, baseball, volleyball, tennis, golf, and swimming teams. At age 18, my skills caught the eye of the Employers Casualty Insurance Company who convinced me to quit school and play for its women’s basketball team in the Amateur Athletic Union. It wasn’t long before a brash and boastful "Sweet Sue" staked a claim as the league’s top forward. I led my team in scoring during my debut game and was selected as an all-American for three straight years from 1930 to 1932.Billing myself as the “World’s Greatest Woman Athlete,” I toured Chicago and New York with a variety show that included singing, harmonica playing, and sports-related stunts such as hitting plastic golf balls into the crowd. During an era when most women were making mere cents an hour, my wildly popular performances earned me as much as $1,200 per week.I faced jabs from reporters that believed women had no place in athletics. “It would be much better if she and her ilk stayed at home, got themselves prettied up, and waited for the phone to ring,” one sports columnist wrote in the New York World-Telegram. Other reporters demeaned me for being unladylike or claimed that I only excelled at sports because I couldn’t attract attention from men. A few even suggested that I was a man in disguise.In 1934, I turned my attention to playing competitive golf that I described as "a game of coordination, rhythm and grace.” Four years later, I made history by entering the all-male Los Angeles Open, the first event on the Professional Golfers’ Association calendar. I struggled at the tournament and missed the 36-hole cut, but my appearance marked the first time that a woman competed in a PGA Tour event. My outsized ego often grated on my fellow golfers—I was fond of informing them that they were all playing for second—but I backed up my boasts with results. Between 1946 and 1947, I won 14 golf tournaments in a row, often annihilating my opponents in match play. The run also included a victory at the British Women’s Amateur Championship that had never been won by an American. To this day, my 14-tournament winning streak remains the longest in golf history.In 1953, I was diagnosed with colon cancer and forced to undergo emergency surgery and a colostomy. It was reported that I would never play golf again, but I returned to my winning ways a little more than a year later when I trounced the field at the 1954 U.S. Women’s Open by a record margin of 12 strokes. My comeback saw me voted the Associated Press “Female Athlete of the Year” for the sixth time in my career. My illness continued to intensify, however, and I passed away on September 27, 1956, at the age of 45.Open Access PolicyYou 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.

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Nonfiction, Sport, Golf
Size: 64 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 June 2019 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
1 review

Fun Stories For Your Drive To Work (Humor Short Stories, Comedy, Funny Essays & Parodies)

by R. Scott Murphy

Your commute stinks. Your job's a mess. You didn't win Powerball. Here's help! Get the first book in the humorous "Fun Stories" series from award-winning writer R. Scott Murphy. Inspired by "Friends," "Seinfeld," "The Office," "Saturday Night Live," and "The Far Side," the “Fun Stories” series offers amusing books, audio books and CDs to help lighten your day. Part storyteller, part game show host, part DJ, part madcap tour guide, Murphy shares embarrassing work stories, conducts crazy countdowns, sets out on silly Google safaris, and invites your participation through his interactive storytelling game called Mental Kickball. An accomplished radio & TV personality, game show producer, author, and four-time winner of the “Late Show With David Letterman” Top Ten List Contest, Murphy takes random fun to the next level. SAMPLE FUN: •TOP FIVE THEATER:  Count down the "Top Five Shamefully Suggestive City Names"•MENTAL KICKBALL SURVEY:  Is Starbucks more popular than deodorant in your office?•FUN SCHOOL:  Turn an uneasy meeting with a man peeing in the alley into a valuable life lesson•COMMUTER EMPOWERMENT:  Learn the best ways to make fun of other motorists and give Clown Commuter Awards•UPLIFTING ADVENTURE:  How Chick-fil-A makes Scott feel like Leonardo DiCaprio•IN A WORLD OF SUPERHEROES:  Proof positive that Scott is "The Freakin' Michael Phelps of Googling"•SECRET OFFICE TIPS:  How to successfully plant decoy food in your work refrigerator Your average daily commute now clocks in at a record 52 minutes (Census Bureau).  Your total yearly commute time is now more than nine days. Scott says that’s longer than some celebrity marriages. You deserve more smiles. Pick up “Fun Stories For Your Drive To Work” today to add some entertainment to the grind of your drive. For more information about R. Scott Murphy's audio books, CDs and books, please visit www.mentalkickball.comFUN SIDEBAR: Scott used to think that “spirit animal” discussions were kind of silly. Now, with the creation of the supercool 800-pound gorilla Mental Kickball logo, Scott sees it as a fun symbol for the collective power of the 140 million US commuters. Unleash your "spirit gorilla" and get more enjoyment in your days. We are Commuter Nation!

Genre: Children's eBooks, Fiction, Humour, Parodies, Literature & Fiction
Size: 56 pages
Free download for Kindle from 23 June 2019 onward  

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-book—although it would probably help.Open Access PolicyYou 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.

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Nonfiction, Science & Maths, Mathematics
Size: 41 pages
Free download for Kindle from 23 June 2019 onward  

The Shakespeare Quiz: 425 Questions with Answers, Commentary, and Essays

by Lulu Galah

Genre: Fiction, Humour, Parodies, Nonfiction, Literary Criticism & Theory
Size: 148 pages
Free download for Kindle from 23 June 2019 onward  

MEMES: Ultimate Memes & Jokes 2018 – The All Seeing Head of Truth – Funniest Memes on the Planet: Funny Memes 2018, Dank Memes, Memes Free, Memes XL, Pikachu Books, Roasts

by Toothy McScrumble

Genre: Humour, Parodies
Size: 2280 pages
Free download for Kindle from 22 June 2019 onward  

Shakespeare’s Oral Certification Examination Annotated: A Book of Revelations

by Steffy Sota

I am a ghost writer.I died July 25, 2015, in Hightstown, New Jersey. My scholarship is the bedrock for the serious study of British drama to 1770. Any graduate student or academic working on the plays or the theatrical culture of this period has to start with me. In addition to my comprehensive Tudor and Stuart Stage, I wrote a wide range of works on Shakespeare and other figures of the English Renaissance. My essay "Shakespeare's Celibate Stage," originally published in the inaugural issue of The New and Improved Shakespeare Survey With Textual Analysis, has been widely reprinted. I edited several works for modern editions, including Othello, Hamlet, All Fools, and The Alchemist.I raised a literary stir when I edited and wrote the preface to a hitherto unknown 1577 text called The Arte of Angling in which I noted several passages that reminded me of Isaac Walton's later The Compleat Angler. A British authority on fishing literature defended Walton, saying, "It seems to me unjust to accuse Izaak Walton of plagiarism because plagiarism did not exist in the 17th century. All authors of that and earlier ages read what they liked and used what they liked without acknowledgment. I immediately agreed!I wrote a wide range of essays on Shakespeare and other dramatists of the English Renaissance. My essay entitled "I Spit My Last Breath at Thee" was originally published in the third issue of The New and Improved Shakespeare Survey With Textual Analysis and has been widely reprinted, referenced, and pirated. I edited several introductory guides for modern readers including The Shakespeare Quiz, The Lover’s Tragedy, and The Luck of the Tristero. My work has been cited by scholars in 15 fields of endeavor over 1000 times. In 2010, ten of my students—Lord Burghley, Fulke Greville, Philip Sidney, Edmund Spenser, Andrew Marvell, John Donne, Emilia Lanyer, Thomas More, Ben Jonson, and Leonard Digges published a festschrift in my honor.Here in Heaven, I have completed my mastepiece of dramatic scholarship: Shakespeare’s Oral Certification Examination Annotated.I was a very intimidating professor—a curmudgeon. My students had to do all of the readings ahead of time, or else I bullied them the whole semester—particularly if I called on them; and they were unprepared. But I made sure that those who were wise enough to take my classes were prepared for scholarship and research in any field. Open Access PolicyYou 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.

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Nonfiction, Literary Criticism & Theory
Size: 79 pages
Free download for Kindle from 22 June 2019 onward  

MEMES: Ultimate Memes & Jokes 2017 – The One True Kong – Funniest Memes on the Planet: Funniest Memes on the Planet: Funny Memes 2017, Dank Memes, Memes Free, Memes XL, Pikachu Books, Roasts

by Toothy McScrumble

NEW MEMES IN EVERY BOOK! Fresh and hilarious memes from 2017 FREE BONUS BOOKS INSIDE!Download for FREE using Kindle Unlimited Dank. Fresh. Hilarious.This book contains over 2000 pages of memes! I’ve gathered here the best memes on the internet for you to easily browse in one place. Since we love laughing at funny memes and pictures, we decided to create a series of books showcasing hilarious memes we find throughout the day from all over the internet. We’ve even found some memes in that old crusty sock you keep under your bed…Book is not appropriate for young kids. May have adult language or adult themes. Reader discretion is advisedHAVE FUN! And let us know what you liked and where we can improve by leaving a review! Memes n memes n memes n memes n memes…all day every day memes

Genre: Humour, Cartoons, Parodies
Size: 2275 pages
Free download for Kindle from 22 June 2019 onward  

Amerika’s Evil Empire: A Book of Revelations

by Steffy Sota

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Leadership
Size: 30 pages
Free download for Kindle from 22 June 2019 onward  

Rating: 4.00 / 5
33 reviews

Stop F**king Tweeting and Go the F**k to Sleep, Mr. President (Our Embarrassing Government in Children's Book Form 1)

by John Spreincer McKellyanne Huckamucci

Stop F**king Tweeting and Go the F**k to Sleep, Mr. President is a bedtime book for civilized citizens who live in the real world, where a few snoozing kitties and cutesy rhymes don't always send the 45th President of the United States sailing blissfully off to dreamland. Profane, unaffectionate, and radically desperate, end-of-their-rope author John Spreincer McKellyanne Huckamucci's verses perfectly capture the familiar--and unspoken--tribulations of putting your little president down for the night.With illustrations by John Spreincer McKellyanne Huckamucci, Stop F**king Tweeting and Go the F**k to Sleep, Mr. President is horrifying, hopeless, and tear ducts-wettingly sad--a book for Americans new, old, and expectant. You probably should not read it to your president.

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Political
Size: 16 pages
Free download for Kindle from 20 June 2019 onward  

How to Manage a Billion Dollar Organization Effectively: A Book of Revelations

by Steffy Sota

I am a ghost writer.In life, I was the founder of modern management.During my life, I published 39 books including such classics as: Concept of the Corporation (1946), The Practice of Management (1954), The Effective Executive (1967), Management: Tasks, Responsibilities, Practices (1973), Innovation and Entrepreneurship (1985), Post-Capitalist Society (1993), and Management Challenges for the 21st Century (1999).I saw many of the major trends of the 20th century before almost anyone else did: The Hitler-Stalin pact, Japan’s impending rise to economic power, the shift from manufacturing to knowledge work, the increasing importance of the social sector, and the fall of the Soviet Union.I had an incredible impact on managing in turbulent times.Was there ever a time when people did not regularly ask of individual businesses their source of legitimate authority, their principle of organization, or their pattern of leadership? Was there ever a time when management felt little need to address employees’ concerns for status and function, to fit “knowledge workers” into established structures of decision making and command, or to achieve effective communication in and among managerial levels? Did business ever fail to take seriously the recruitment and development of executives, the proper role of boards of directors, or the special needs of companies at different stages of development? Did business ever fail to pay adequate attention to the internal logic of work itself, or to those techniques by which managers can become both more efficient and more effective? Did business ever ignore such fundamental questions as the nature of the business the business was in and of the customers the business served?I distilled leadership into three attributes. The first is working hard, and the second is taking responsibility. The third attribute of effective leadership is to earn trust. Trust is the conviction that the leader means what he says. It is a belief in something very old-fashioned: Integrity. Open Access PolicyYou 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.

Genre: Business & Finance, Management & Leadership, Humour, Parodies, Nonfiction
Size: 54 pages
Free download for Kindle from 20 June 2019 onward  

Memes: Funny and Hilarious Memes (Best Funny Book)

by Alex Boy

Genre: Humour, Jokes & Riddles, Parodies
Size: 2906 pages
Free download for Kindle from 19 June 2019 onward  

Catastrophic Signs and Wonders: A Book of Revelations

by Stuffy Seagirt

Genre: Fiction, Religious Fiction, Humour, Parodies
Size: 23 pages
Free download for Kindle from 19 June 2019 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
8 reviews

iHuman: User Guide

by Paul Hawkins

"Shines with bone-dry British humour" - Ivo Kaufmann, ORF

Human beings are probably the most fun thing it is possible to be on Earth. However, through a unique combination of advanced features like Brain, Thumb and Leg Erection Technology™, they are also the most complex, which is why you can't just point one blindly in the direction of society, slap it on the bum, and hope for the best.

Indeed, as the very latest model of monkey-style primate available, you will not have to worry so much about nature's ongoing, simpler little problems like getting eaten and winter, but can instead focus on the generally trickier endeavour of trying to make your life as nice, complicated and ridiculous as possible.

Don't worry, this instruction manual is here to help. With advice on Hardware & Trouble-Shooting ("If you can't feel your legs, it's possible you have woken up without arms"), Software & Operating Systems ("Men are slightly bigger than women, which has historically been enough to convince them that they should be in charge of everything"), and Operation & Upgrades ("Most humans have something called a job, which is where they go in the day so they can afford somewhere to go at night"), this missing handbook for the modern Homo Sapien experience will ensure you get the most fun, novelty and even fulfilment out of your amazing slice of time on the liveliest planet in the solar system.

This regularly hilarious, surprisingly thoughtful, and lovingly-illustrated book from Der Spiegel best-selling author and illustrator Paul Hawkins is sure to have you giggling inappropriately on public transport, quoting passages to friends, and marvelling afresh at the forgotten absurdities of modern life. You'll never look at your species, your world or yourself in quite the same way again!

Genre: Humour, Parodies
Size: 187 pages
Free download for Kindle from 19 June 2019 onward  

You Have to F**king Lead : (You Have to F---ing Lead) (Our Embarrassing Government in Children's Book Form 2)

by John Spreincer McKellyanne Huckamucci

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Political
Size: 20 pages
Free download for Kindle from 19 June 2019 onward  

Stop Tweeting and Go to Sleep, Mr. President (Embarrassing Government Children's Book Series 1)

by John Spreincer McKellyanne Huckamucci

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Political
Size: 32 pages
Free download for Kindle from 19 June 2019 onward  

How Computer Databases Work: Overcoming the Black Box Mentality: A Book of Revelations

by Steffy Sota

I am a ghost writer.As far as the world is concerned, I died on June 7, 1954. I died young, too young. So now I have been given a second chance to live. To you I am a ghost; as far as I am concerned, I am fully alive.Despite my untimely demise, I have kept up with the computer revolution I started. How Computer Databases Work: Overcoming the Black Box Mentality is my attempt to make a complex subject understandable to the lay person. This is my first use of a slide show, but I felt I needed a simple format to make clear some complex ideas. I like to explain things in Plain English with clear illustrations.I have been told of the urgency of my task. Key management personnel today accept on blind faith what they are being told about their computers. The technologies of engineering and science are operating full force. But there is a real issue as to whether their complex tools are fully understood by anyone outside the small group of engineers who develop these tools. I am trying very hard to explain how databases, data warehouses, and data mining operations work in simple, yet accurate terms anyone can understand. My hope is that studying How Computer Databases Work: Overcoming the Black Box Mentality will enable every manager of computer-related projects to evaluate fully and properly the reports verbal and written by subordinates.I want to penetrate the mystery of what goes on inside the black box of computer technology: especially databases that are so crucial to business, the professions, and national security. I want to correct ubiquitous misunderstandings of basic database concepts such as metadata. I want to create a learning attitude for managers that can be carried directly into your working responsibilities.Open Access PolicyYou 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.

Genre: Computing, Databases, Humour, Parodies, Nonfiction
Size: 156 pages
Free download for Kindle from 19 June 2019 onward  

Rating: 3.90 / 5
48 reviews

Hero in a Halfling: A Humorous Fantasy Adventure (Epik Fantasy Book 1)

by William Tyler Davis

Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Contemporary, Fiction, Humour, Parodies, Coming of Age, Fairy Tales, Myths & Legends, Sword & Sorcery, Teen & Young Adult
Size: 310 pages
Free download for Kindle from 18 June 2019 onward  

Rating: 3.00 / 5
2 reviews

MEMES: Ultimate Memes & Jokes 2017 – No Laughing Challenge! – Funniest Memes on the Planet: Funny Memes 2017, Dank Memes, Memes Free, Memes XL, Pikachu Books, Roasts

by Toothy McScrumble

NEW MEMES IN EVERY BOOK! Fresh and hilarious memes from 2017 FREE BONUS BOOKS INSIDE!Download for FREE using Kindle Unlimited Dank. Fresh. Hilarious.This book contains over 3000 pages of memes! I’ve gathered here the best memes on the internet for you to easily browse in one place. Since we love laughing at funny memes and pictures, we decided to create a series of books showcasing hilarious memes we find throughout the day from all over the internet. We’ve even found some memes in that old crusty sock you keep under your bed…Book is not appropriate for young kids. May have adult language or adult themes. Reader discretion is advisedHAVE FUN! And let us know what you liked and where we can improve by leaving a review! memes n memes n memes n memes .....

Genre: Humour, Cartoons, Parodies
Size: 2253 pages
Free download for Kindle from 18 June 2019 onward  

Golf Tips from the All-Time Great Ball Strikers: A Book of Revelations

by Lulu Galah

I am a ghost writer.I died of pneumonia in Bedford, Massachusetts at the age of eighty-eight.As a young man, I was a phenomenal golfer playing at the highest levels of amateur competition. I had a big, modern swing, but I always cut a traditionalist’s figure. My self-effacing, uncomplaining manner, my chesty stride, my clothes, even my tripartite name seemed a thing of the pastoral, perhaps English, past. Tweed, of course, was my preferred fabric. I once showed up on a course in all-tweed, including tweed knickers and a tweed cap. It was the middle of July.I described the game with an avant-garde style that has since been imitated, but never duplicated.Subjects I covered as a professional columnist included tennis, writers, politicians, and social figures. I was the ghostwriter of several books, mostly about golf.I was just crazy about golf; I was a great historian of the game and—if I do say so myself— a terrific writer. I wrote longhand and in pencil. In Heaven we use only Macs. It took me a long time to learn how to type. So now I dictate.I was acute on the complexities of the game and on the characters of the players. I was, in spirit, prelapsarian—uninterested in the issues of money, endorsements, or scandal of any kind. If I had a hero in golf, and even in life, it was certainly Bobby Jones, who won thirteen major championships as an amateur between 1923 and 1930 and then went on to help design the ne plus ultra of American golf courses: Augusta National, the site of the Masters. Jones was an educated athlete, a lawyer, a writer, and a reader; and we quickly became friends talking about books and the intricacies of golf. I learned a great deal from Bobby. About three days before Bobby's death, when I knew he was dying, I said to the members of his family: ‘If this is all there is to it, it sure is peaceful.” Well, Hell’s bells! It’s far from peaceful in Heaven! Actually, Heaven is much like Earth: greed, corruption, sexual abuse, humiliation, hypocrisy, scams, and plenty of violence. Except you can do just about anything you want here--within the Heavenly guidelines. I decided to write my own book of golf instruction.During my coverage of the 1958 Masters, I was searching for an appropriate name for that far corner of the course where the critical action takes place -- some colorful tag like those that Grantland Rice and his contemporaries loved to devise: the Four Horsemen, the Manassa Mauler, the House that Ruth Built, the Georgia Peach, and so on. A lover of jazz, I recalled an old tune entitled "Shouting in the Amen Corner."Now that I am in Heaven, I have been assured by The Great Greenskeeper that my writing, like the greatest game ever played, will live forever.Open Access PolicyYou 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.

Genre: Fiction, Sports, Humour, Parodies
Size: 38 pages
Free download for Kindle from 18 June 2019 onward  

The (not so) handy pocket guide presents: So you want to be a super villain

by Dr. NoHow

Work getting you down? life screwing you over? maybe you're destined for bigger things...like super villainy? try this book and see if become a super villain is right for you. With this quick read, you could soon find yourself ruling over the world!

Genre: Fiction, Humour, Parodies
Size: 53 pages
Free download for Kindle from 17 June 2019 onward  

Did President Obama Serve the American People—or Lockheed Martin?: A Book of Revelations

by Steffy Sota

I am a ghost writer.In life, I was a Washington outsider and investigative reporter who knew more about what was going on in Washington than most insiders did. I saw General Stanley McChrystal—the commanding general of international and U.S. forces in Afghanistan—and his staff-- letting off steam, partying, and openly bashing the Obama administration for what McChrystal and his staff saw as a lack of leadership. When my investigative report on McChrystal appeared in Rolling Stone, it set off a political firestorm—McChrystal was ordered to Washington where he was fired unceremoniously.With access to the Obama re-election machine in the "panic of 2012," I reported the behind-the-scenes story of the Obama campaign trail: from the Democratic convention to Obama's self-destructive performance at the first debate—all culminating in Obama’s incredible victory in the early morning hours of November 7th.On June 18, 2013, I died in a single vehicle automobile crash in my Mercedes C250 Coupé in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles at 4:25 a.m.  I died under suspicious circumstances.In Did President Obama Serve the American People—or Lockheed Martin? I present my objective research on President Obama and the Obama Administration. I present the facts, just the facts. My report is comprehensive, yet concise.In the end, President Obama’s legacy is not in the hands of his contemporary world, national, or local leaders, politicians, pundits, reporters, critics, future historians, think tank gurus, donors, university professors, friends, or golfing partners.In the end, President Obama’s legacy rests in the minds and hearts of the American people.My hope for America is that in some small way my objective research will contribute to how President Obama’s legacy is viewed now and in the future.Open Access PolicyYou 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.

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Leadership
Size: 12 pages
Free download for Kindle from 17 June 2019 onward  

Bern Industries Is Making America Great Again: A Book of Revelations

by Lulu Galah

Genre: Fiction, Political, Humour, Parodies
Size: 18 pages
Free download for Kindle from 17 June 2019 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
3 reviews

Donald Trump Out of Office Countdown

by Anthony Suzan

It really did happen. We've got 4 years ahead of us with The Donald in the Oval Office. But hang in there—it'll be over before you know it!Since the election, many have started counting the days until the end of the presidency of the man who said, "One of the key problems today is that politics is such a disgrace, good people don't go into government." Truer words have never been spoken. Now you can count down each and every exasperating day with this totally "yuge" Out of Office Countdown (R) filled with hilarious and less-than-hilarious WTF moments. Yes, there is hope—and now you can count down the days.

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Political, Nonfiction
Size: 24 pages
Free download for Kindle from 17 June 2019 onward  

How to Be a Gold Digger: The secrets of wealth with other peoples money (Comedy How To Books Book 1)

by Tyler Moses

Becoming a gold digger it not as simple or convenient as it might sound. Rather than seeming the easy choice, if you have the right-sized assets and come to bed eyes, gold digging is in fact a craft that needs to be highly-toned and practised in order for you to be able to reap the rewards of richness and luxury.There are so many angles and pitfalls to consider because, even if you think you look the part, you have to succeed in beating the competition. Every man out there with a hefty wallet will have a score of women after him, all hoping to enjoy their time in his fortune and then taking most of it in a beautiful divorce. There will be skilled and unskilled opponents, but you will have to defeat them all. This book offers you the expertise to prune and prepare yourself to be the one that prevails, advising on all the skills you need to acquire and how to go about choosing your prey. Gold digging demands a perfectly orchestrated performance and, considering that it is your future at stake, you don’t want to leave a stone unturned in being the best that you can be.

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Nonfiction, Parenting & Families, Self-Help & Counselling, Relationships
Size: 50 pages
Free download for Kindle from 14 June 2019 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
12 reviews

A Cowboy Without a Coat: How a Texas Exile Learned to Love Michigan

by Wes O'Donnell

Genre: Humour, Parodies
Size: 226 pages
Free download for Kindle from 14 June 2019 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
1 review

Pauline Piper, Aspiring Writer: How I wrote my first ever book - A Comedy

by Pauline Piper

When Pauline Piper read in the local paper that her old schoolmate Marjorie had published a book and was going to sign copies of it in the local library, she suddenly remembered that she had always wanted to write one. Despite her admission that she had never been able to express herself very well in words, she enlisted the help of her patient husband John, a great reader, unlike herself, and began to pen her very first novel.In her candid account of the ups and downs of authorship, Pauline steers us ably through the process of writing her first novel, from its inception to publication day and beyond. In this self-revealing book – a minor work of art in itself – she introduces the reader to the home life of a literary artist remarkable for her determination to succeed against all the odds. Essential reading for all budding authors, this unique chronicle strips away one by one the myths that have surrounded authorship for millennia and gives us the lowdown on how to write and publish a work of fiction in the digital age.PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Prospective readers will be well advised to ‘look inside’ this book before purchasing.LISTED UNDER: Humour – Essays and Humour – Parodies

Genre: Fiction, Humour, Essays, Parodies
Size: 114 pages
Free download for Kindle from 14 June 2019 onward  

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