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The School Report: Before We Were Tsars (The School Days Series Book 1)

by Simon Northouse

Genre: Fiction, Literary Fiction, Short Stories, Humour, Comedy, Parodies, Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Education
Size: 47 pages
Free download for Kindle from 13 October 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 12 October 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 12 October 2019 onward  

Rating: 1.00 / 5
1 review

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 12 October 2019 onward  

Pearls of Wisdom from the Rebbe of Szczuczyn: A Book of Revelations

by Lois Lauris

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Nonfiction, Religion & Spirituality, Judaism
Size: 17 pages
Free download for Kindle from 12 October 2019 onward  

Unforgettable Tales from the Rebbe of Szczuczyn: A Book of Revelations

by Lois Lauris

Genre: Fiction, Religious Fiction, Short Stories, Humour, Parodies
Size: 34 pages
Free download for Kindle from 12 October 2019 onward  

Ms. Spinster's Novel Grammar: More Novel Her Punctuation, Spelling, Style . . .

by David Madison

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Education & Reference, Words & Language
Size: 1301 pages
Free download for Kindle from 12 October 2019 onward  

The Nine Billion Faces of Evil: A Book of Revelations

by Sister Marla

Genre: Fiction, Religious Fiction, Humour, Parodies
Size: 39 pages
Free download for Kindle from 11 October 2019 onward  

The I’m Gonna Live Forever Diet Book: A Book of Revelations

by Lulu Galah

I am a ghost writer.I died in my sleep at my home in Santa Barbara, California three days before what would have been my 92nd birthday. When informed that I was suffering from cancer of the bone marrow, my reaction was one of shock and disbelief. “I thought this was for people who drink soft drinks, who eat white bread, who eat refined sugar, and so on."In life, my warbling, encouraging voice and able hands brought the intricacies of dieting to American homes through my television show and diet books. In an A-line skirt and blouse, and an apron with a dish towel tucked into the waist, I grew familiar enough to be parodied by Dan Aykroyd on NBC's "Saturday Night Live" and the subject of Jean Stapleton's musical revue, "Bon Appetit." I was on the cover of Playboy twice.My weekly program The I’m Gonna Live Forever Diet Show, produced by a Boston public television company, lasted for 206 episodes, the longest of any series on cable.I was considered "the most famous nutritionist in America." I was as an advocate for improved health through better nutrition. I wrote an early textbook on nutrition followed by four best-selling books for consumers that praised the value of natural foods and criticized the diet of the average American. My books sold over 10 million copies and helped shape America's eating habits.There are three necessary rules to be observed in keeping well: 1) self-discipline, without which the other two rules are of little value; 2) proper use of the body; and 3) adequate nourishment for the body. These three rules of good living are considered so commonplace, as well as so fundamental, that each individual thinks she has the prerogative to handle these problems by herself without advice. Even the medical professional assumes too often that the patient knows how to obey these rules. The I’m Gonna Live Forever Diet Book is devoted to the third rule of good living, or—how adequately to nourish the body.Naturally, my success engendered habitual squeaking and squawking from those nattering nabobs of negativity, the liberal media.Despite my popularity, I was heavily criticized by the liberal media for many recommendations I made that were allegedly not supported by scientific literature, some of which were considered dangerous. It was claimed that I promoted hundreds of nutritional tidbits and theories that were unfounded. At the famous New England Conference on Food and Nutrition, the panel on Deception and Misinformation said that I was probably the most damaging source of false nutrition information on the planet. They claimed that most of my ideas were very dangerous. For example, I recommended magnesium as a treatment for epilepsy, potassium chloride for certain patients with kidney disease, and megadoses of vitamins A and D for other conditions. Let’s ask my loyal supporters who’s who and what’s what!I categorically and emphatically reject and deny any and all of these scurrilous charges!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, Humour, Parodies
Size: 27 pages
Free download for Kindle from 10 October 2019 onward  

Who Is THE GNOSTIC ANGEL?: A Book of Revelations

by Sister Marla

Genre: Fiction, Religious Fiction, Humour, Parodies
Size: 10.39 mb
Free download for Kindle from 10 October 2019 onward  

Let’s Put America First, Foremost, and Always!: A Book of Revelations

by Lulu Galah

Genre: Fiction, Political, Humour, Parodies
Size: 21 pages
Free download for Kindle from 10 October 2019 onward  

Memes: Photoshop Fail Memes (Memes 2019)

by Joe Billy

Genre: Humour, Parodies
Size: 1376 pages
Free download for Kindle from 10 October 2019 onward  

Find Me the Pie to Go with Brexit (Short Reads)

by Mark William Watson

Genre: Humour, Parodies
Size: 22 pages
Free download for Kindle from 09 October 2019 onward  

Memes: Funny Memes: Jokes & Memes

by Memes

Genre: Humour, Jokes & Riddles, Parodies
Size: 80.43 mb
Free download for Kindle from 09 October 2019 onward  

How to Make a Billion: A Book of Revelations

by Steffy Sota

I am a ghost writer.I died in my sleep at my home in suburban Pocantico Hills, N.Y. I died of congestive heart failure at the ripe old age of 101. I was the last in my generation of the famously philanthropic families.In life, I wielded power and influence without ever seeking public office. Among my many accomplishments was spurring the project that led to the World Trade Center. Little did I realize how infamous that project would become.I embraced business and traveled and spoke widely as a champion of enlightened capitalism. American capitalism has brought more benefits to more people than any other system in any part of the world at any time in history. The problem is that the capitalist system must run as efficiently and as honestly as it can be. Now that’s a real problem!My real money came from commodities. I invested in grains, gold, beef, oil, natural gas, currencies, and Bitcoin.I didn't believe in accountants. On one occasion, one of my partners, Susan "Sweet Sue" Baroo, contracted the erection of a new office building with much needed space for our Accounting Division. When I asked Sweet Sue what the space was for, Sweet Sue acknowledged that it was for the Accounting Division. The very next day, when the accountants showed up for work, they found their office had been stripped—no desks, no chairs, no telephones; even the carpeting was gone! And I had fired them all! I believed then—as I believe now—the only good business is a cash business!I was ruthless in business. One time two men manipulated my Coca Cola stock while I was vacationing in the Cayman Islands. I wrote them a letter. The letter read: "Gentlemen: you have undertaken to cheat me. I won't sue you, for the law is too slow. I'll ruin you."Two years later I put them out of business by buying their fiercest competitor.Truth be told, I was never a happy camper. I was constantly thinking of my will, which I called "that paper." I disowned all of my sons believing that only Sweet Sue was ruthless enough to maintain my empire. Guess what? SHE WAS!So, how do YOU become a billionaire? Very simple: write an e-book. In the e-book make wildly preposterous accusations about the President, all the President’s men, members of Congress, media personnel, pundits, captains of industry, lawyers, movie stars, and the rest. Go on CNN. Go on MSNBC. Go on FOX. If you’re really outrageous, your accusations will go viral on the Net. Bloggers will pursue conspiracy theories about you. Panels of pundits will be formed to discuss your outrageous accusations. Bottom line: You will sell a billion books without spending one dime of your own money! 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, Investing, Humour, Parodies, Nonfiction
Size: Unknown
Free download for Kindle from 09 October 2019 onward  

Shakespeare’s Messiah: Justice, Mercy, Resurrection

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 1750. 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 and the 3D 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 2017, 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.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. Shakespeare’s Messiah is a collection of essays that presents Shakespeare's tragic hero ignorance, conception of God and True Religion, worlds of fantasy and reality, tricksters, great stage of fools, themes of separation, superstition, and atheism, whirligigs, and, of course, Shakespeare's Messiah. 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, Humour, Parodies, Nonfiction, Literary Criticism & Theory
Size: 54 pages
Free download for Kindle from 09 October 2019 onward  

Put the Power of Hypnosis to Work for You: A Book of Revelations

by Steffy Sota

Dr. Schreber called my death at 3 a.m. on September 23, 1939.Now I am a ghost writer.In life, I elaborated the theory that the mind is a complex energy-system, the structural investigation of which is the proper province of psychology. I articulated and refined the concepts of the unconscious, incest, infantile sexuality, femininity, the Oedipus Complex, and repression; and I proposed a tripartite account of the mind’s structure (Id, Ego, and Superego)—all as part of a radically new conceptual and therapeutic frame of reference for the understanding of human psychological development and the treatment of abnormal mental conditions.Long ignored by the psychiatric and psychotherapeutic establishment, hypnosis and hypnoanalysis have been used in the attempt to obtain meaningful insights into criminal behavior. The hypnoanalytic technique has been refined continuously since Robert Lindner wrote Rebel Without a Cause in 1944. It is claimed that alcoholic patients are no longer slaves to a bottle. It is claimed that asthmatic patients no longer experience intensive attacks accompanied by panic. It is claimed that a host of other ailments have been alleviated or cured using hypnosis and hypnoanalysis.But there are many who believe that hypnosis and hypnoanalysis are used by therapists to scam their patients. That hypnosis and hypnoanalysis don’t solve the problems presented to the therapists who use these techniques for their patients.I used hypnosis to help neurotics recall disturbing events that they had apparently forgotten. As I began to develop my system of psychoanalysis, theoretical considerations--as well as the difficulty I encountered in hypnotizing some patients--led me to discard hypnosis in favor of free association.Are hypnosis and hypnoanalysis scams or the Gateway to Heaven? Put the Power of Hypnosis to Work for You describes hypnosis and hypnoanalysis so you can get an understanding of their history and how they work. Put the Power of Hypnosis to Work for You is an introduction to hypnosis and hypnoanalysis. It won’t make you a Freudian therapist; it won’t make you a satisfied patient. But if you go beyond Put the Power of Hypnosis to Work for You and do some serious research, you should accumulate enough knowledge to make an informed decision about hypnosis and hypnoanalysis.During hypnosis, one of my patients described a peculiar feeling, which never left him personally, that he found shared by many others, and which he may suppose millions more also experience. It is a feeling that he would like to call a sensation of eternity, a feeling of something limitless, unbounded, something “oceanic.“ It is, he said, a purely subjective experience, not an article of belief. These views, expressed by my patient put me in a difficult position. I cannot discover this “oceanic” feeling in myself.My esteemed colleague Dr. Victor Frankenstein believes that hypnotic suggestions can be used as a key to unlocking the prison gates of the unconscious. In the concluding paragraphs of Put the Power of Hypnosis to Work for You you will be shown how you can use suggestion to unlock the Gateway to Heaven.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, Self-Help & Counselling, Psychology
Size: 24 pages
Free download for Kindle from 09 October 2019 onward  

Bad Poetry & Other Things

by Jerome Malenfant

Genre: Humour, Parodies
Size: 36 pages
Free download for Kindle from 08 October 2019 onward  

How Do You Tell What News Is Fake and What News Is Genuine?: A Book of Revelations

by Steffy Sota

I am a ghost writer.In life, I won numerous awards including the prestigious Peabody Award twice and several Emmy Awards--as well as the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1981. I received the News World International Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003 and the 2004 Harry S. Truman Good Neighbor Award from the Truman Foundation.I pioneered and then mastered the role of television news anchorman with such plain-spoken grace that I was called the most trusted man in America.I became something of a national institution with an unflappable delivery, a distinctively avuncular voice, and a daily benediction: “And that’s the way it is.” I was "Uncle Walter" to many: respected, liked, and listened to. With my trimmed mustache and calm manner, I even bore a resemblance to another trusted American fixture, another Walter — Walt Disney.As anchorman and reporter, I described wars, natural disasters, nuclear explosions, social upheavals, and space flights from Alan Shepard’s 15-minute ride to lunar landings. On July 20, 1969, when the Eagle touched down on the moon, I exclaimed, “Oh, boy!”On the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, I briefly lost my composure in announcing that the President had been pronounced dead at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas. Taking off my black-framed glasses and blinking back tears, I registered the emotions of millions. It was an uncharacteristically personal note from a newsman who was uncomfortable expressing his own opinions."I am a news presenter, a news broadcaster, an anchorman, a managing editor — not a commentator or analyst,” I said in an interview with The Christian Science Monitor in 1973. “I feel no compulsion to be a pundit.”But when I did pronounce judgment, the impact was large.You can imagine my reaction to "Fake News!"How ironical that I have written an e-book presenting "fake news" to America and the world!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, Political, Humour, Parodies
Size: 41 pages
Free download for Kindle from 08 October 2019 onward  

Brexit is Whatever Spooks Your Juices (Short Reads)

by Mark William Watson

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Political
Size: Unknown
Free download for Kindle from 07 October 2019 onward  

Rating: 4.00 / 5
3 reviews

Useless Crap From Around the House: The Sullivan Family Garage Sale

by Danno Sullivan

Comedy writer Danno Sullivan has LOTS of useless crap--and now it's for sale!The parody-style book of comedy and wordplay features very funny for-sale adverts means you may finally be able to buy things like:-Gluten-free gluten. -Archaic measurements-Boring speaker presentation kit-Big Book of Presidential Knock-Knock Jokes-Constant ongoing banging sound with echo-Faulty palindrome-Rare recording of Abraham Lincoln's voice Over 200 useless items, complete with comic descriptions and fake prices.Scroll up now to click that big, friendly button and get your copy!

Genre: Humour, Parodies
Size: 231 pages
Free download for Kindle from 07 October 2019 onward  

Rating: 4.50 / 5
4 reviews

Book Simulator: The Reader's Guide to Not Reading

by Chris Yee

Genre: Fiction, Humour, Parodies
Size: 132 pages
Free download for Kindle from 07 October 2019 onward  

Rating: 4.40 / 5
13 reviews

The Candidate in the Rye: A Parody of The Catcher in the Rye starring Donald J. Trump

by John Marquane

"If you really want to hear about me running for president, the first thing you'll probably want to know is what country I was born in, and what my experience holding political office is like, and what my tax returns say, and all that Mitt Romney kind of crap, but I don't feel like talking about any of that, if you want to know the truth. And if I'm being honest -- I'm the best at the truth. I really am.” -The Candidate in the Rye One day not too long ago, John Marquane, a one-time writer for the Harvard Lampoon, noticed that The Catcher in the Rye was in fact written in the voice of Donald J. Trump. With just weeks before the November 2016 election, Marquane got to work. The Candidate in the Rye parodies J. D. Salinger's controversial and often-banned masterpiece, reimagining it through the eyes of the Republican Nominee as he lags in those dirty, terrible polls with three days to go before the election. Follow America's least phony candidate as he runs away from his running mate, Pencey, puts on one of literature's greatest symbols -- his red Make America Great Again hat -- and embarks on an aimless quest to figure out just what the hell's the point of all this political crap, anyway. Will Trump blow it? Will the United States elect a president whose problems most closely resemble those of a fictional sixteen year-old? Will he, like Holden Caulfield with his sister Phoebe, find solace in watching his daughter Ivanka ride round and round on the carousel in Central Park, which, and you can look this up, is in fact now run by Donald J. Trump? Will the angstiest man in America finally face his own demons, and maybe even his ex-wives? The Candidate in the Rye is available online both as a Kindle ebook and paperback, both with themes and meaning included. And don't forget to check out another new parody by Marquane: a send-up of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child titled Harold Patter and the Worst Child.

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Political
Size: 56 pages
Free download for Kindle from 06 October 2019 onward  

The Role of the University in a Dysfunctional Society: A Book of Revelations

by Steffy Sota

I am a ghost writer.In life, I had one of the greatest reputations in the academic world. This thought made me retch. Fame is the thing I had most wanted from childhood; and after I got it, I had no understanding whatsoever of its basis—why people responded to what I said. I felt only disgust with my public "noble" character. I did not consider myself a scholar: I knew no languages except English, and I didn’t see the point of a systematic study of literature. I did not consider myself a critic, either, and I was surprised whenever I heard myself referred to as one. I hated Hudson; I disliked most of my colleagues; I disliked teaching graduate students. After a routine disagreement over the merits of a dissertation, I refused to teach in the Graduate School again. I was frequently depressed, I had writer’s block, and I drank too much. I did not even like my first name. I wished that I had been called Quentin or Dick.I held myself a discreet distance from any group with which I might be too quickly identified—professors, critics, liberals, curmudgeons, writers. I was all of those things, of course; I could not deny it. But I resented being understood under the auspices of anything so insufficiently nuanced as a rubric. I wanted to feel superior without betraying to others my sense of low self esteem. A lot of psychic energy went into the care and maintenance of my persona. It was the price I paid for a life of the mind.I think of my intellectual life as a struggle, not energetic enough, against all the blindnesses and malign obfuscations of the academic world. For me, a liberal is a person who believes that the right economic system, the right political reforms, the right undergraduate curriculum, and the right psychotherapy will do away with unfairness, snobbery, resentment, prejudice, neurosis, and tragedy. People’s political opinions may be rigid; but they are not necessarily rigorous. Political opinions tend to float up out of some mixture of sentiment, custom, moral aspiration, and aesthetic pleasingness. Today we live in an age of "fake news," "sound bites," "slogans," "insults," "insinuations," "name calling," "bickering," "nitpicking," and "demagoguery."I am happy I died when I did.The Role of the University in a Dysfunctional Society is comprehensive, yet concise.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: 9 pages
Free download for Kindle from 06 October 2019 onward  

BROKEN TEARS: poems for a sad world

by Breaking Burgh

Genre: Humour, Parodies
Size: 58 pages
Free download for Kindle from 06 October 2019 onward  

Mr. President, I Want You to Know Why I Continue to Support You: A Book of Revelations

by Steffy Sota

I am a ghost writer.In life, I served as the 39th Vice President of the United States from 1969 to 1973 under President Richard Nixon.I have the unenviable place in American history as the first Vice President forced to resign in disgrace.I pleaded "nolo contendere," or no contest. The judge reminded me that this was the ''full equivalent'' of a guilty plea for failing to report and pay taxes on income I received in 1967 when I was Governor of Maryland. In return for my plea, the Federal prosecutors agreed not to seek my indictment on allegations of kickbacks and bribery.If the revelations behind the career of every politician were suddenly made visible to the world—who would escape whipping?Many of America’s white middle class felt their values threatened by the upheaval and change that marked the 1960s and 1970s. They considered me their most vociferous champion. But their faith in me was destroyed by the revelations of avarice and mendacity that repudiated my claim as an upholder of lofty moral standards. I was a disgusting hypocrite.Oddly, I was remarkably apolitical in taste and demeanor. I preferred playing gin rummy with my aides to backslapping and handshaking with precinct captains and Republican county chairmen.My harsh response to riots and demonstrations alienated many of the Black leaders who had supported me and this response gave me a reputation as a hardliner. I hated the press. I referred to one reporter as a "fat Jap." I used the word "Polack" when answering a press conference question. "When you've seen one slum, you've seen them all," I once remarked casually.I attacked the ''tiny and closed fraternity of privileged men'' who packaged and delivered television news. Frank Stanton, then president of CBS, said that the Nixon Administration, through me, was making an ''ominous'' attempt to intimidate television reporters. I assailed The New York Times and The Washington Post. ''The American people should be made aware,'' I said, ''of the trend toward the monopolization of the great public information vehicles and the concentration of power over public opinion in fewer and fewer hands.''In attacking the news media and critics of President Nixon's Vietnam War policies, I used phrases such as ''nattering nabobs of negativism,'' ''effete corps of impudent snobs,'' ''pusillanimous pussyfooters,’’ and ''hopeless, hysterical hypochondriacs of history.''At the hight of my career, I was # 3 in popularity among Americans after President Nixon and Billy Graham.I said that politicians who encouraged antiwar demonstrations were ''ideological eunuchs'' and that the ''decadent few'' misleading the nation's youth should be ''separated'' from society ''with no more regret than we should feel over discarding rotten apples from a barrel.''More than anything else, I hated "leaks" to the press.My resignation came only 10 months before President Nixon himself resigned the Presidency in the face of impeachment proceedings related to the 1972 break-in at the Democratic National Committee offices in the Watergate Hotel.My only consolation is that there will never again be a politician in America like me.Mr. President, I Want You to Know Why I Continue to Support You is comprehensive, yet concise.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: 5 pages
Free download for Kindle from 06 October 2019 onward  

I Love You and Still Support You, Hillary: A Tribute

by Steffy Sota

Since the election, I’ve been in mourning for Hillary Clinton. Her loss has shaken me to the core. I sleep fitfully. I’ve gained five pounds. I dread going to work. I am afraid to watch television.I am not a professional writer. I’m not even a writer. I text. I tweet. I link. I like. But I just can’t vent my feelings any other way than through words.Words, words, words.Ironically, I am normally a woman of few words.If you are expecting a well-written, professionally organized and edited e-book, I apologize.A quick read with an open mind is all that I require...and maybe a lot of pondering and re-hashing.A short engaging discourse to me is not specifically meant to be outright political or tied to any specific moral view point as much as it is directing your eyes to what is the GOOD we fail to see in everything around us.It might come off as arrogant to some, but I see it more like speaking a heart-felt truth, and maybe a bit as a commiseration with friends like you.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: 8 pages
Free download for Kindle from 06 October 2019 onward  

That Sensuous Woman!: All About Z/z

by Steffy Sota

Genre: Humour, Parodies, Nonfiction, Literary Criticism & Theory
Size: 30 pages
Free download for Kindle from 06 October 2019 onward  

Roasts and Toasts Stolen from the All-Time Great Comedians: A Book of Revelations

by Steffy Sota

I am a ghost writer.After heart valve replacement surgery in August of 2004, I suffered a small stroke and slipped into a coma. I died from surgical complications on October 5, 2004, in Westwood, California at the age of 82. In life, I wore a rumpled suit with one hand perpetually loosening my trademark red necktie. I took the stage as a hapless, self-deprecating Everyman slapped around by life and searching in vain for acceptance.After seeing the Francis Ford Coppola movie The Godfather in 1972, I came up with a new angle that would reshape my routine. All I heard was the word "respect." I thought to myself: It sounds like a funny image -- a guy who gets no respect. In 1995, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences rejected my application for membership. A letter from Roddy McDowall of the actors branch explained that I had failed to execute enough of the kinds of roles that allow a performer to demonstrate the mastery of his craft. It was the ultimate rejection, but I played it to the hilt. I had established my own Web site, and my fans used it to express their indignation. The public reaction prompted the Academy to reverse itself and offer membership. I declined. I was a rarity among comedians in the late 20th century—I remained a one-liner comic of the old school whose best work was done before a live audience. I’m sure you remember some of my best one-liners:I tell ya, my wife, we get along good cause we have our own arrangement. I mean, one night a week I go out with the boys, and one night a week she goes out with the boys.Last week I told my wife, "If you would learn to cook, I could fire the chef." She said, "If you could learn to make love, I could fire the chauffeur."When I was born, the doctor came out to the waiting room and said to my father, "I'm very sorry. We did everything we could, but he pulled through."My psychiatrist told me I'm crazy. I told him "If you don't mind, I'd like a second opinion." He said "Alright, you're ugly, too!"I don't get no respect, are you kiddin'? One time I got hurt. On the way to the hospital, the ambulance stopped for gas.Hey, I don't get respect from anyone. Why, American Airlines thanked me for flying United.A girl phoned me the other day and said "Come on over, there's nobody home." I went over. Nobody was home.I loved giving advice to guys. For example, somebody asked me how to deal with the awkwardness of the morning after a one-night stand:A guy wants to get out of there as fast as he can, but he doesn’t want to look like he wants to get out of there. My method is foolproof. You simply turn to the young lady and say, in your best romantic voice, the following: “You know what’s great about today? It’s Wednesday. I don’t work on Wednesdays, so I can take the whole day off. You and me, babe, are going out to a simple coffee shop for a classic New York breakfast. Then, we’re going to stroll Fifth Avenue, go shopping, go to Tiffany’s, go to Saks, we’ll buy you something special. After that, a romantic lunch at the Boat House in Central Park with pink champagne. And a stroll though the park hand in hand, in the afternoon, as the sun dapples the leaves and the light turns golden. Then we’ll have a quiet drink at the Oak Bar in the Plaza, and then to the Rainbow Room for champagne and dancing. And then to a little dive I know downtown for a romantic late dinner. How does that sound?” And she’ll say, “It sounds wonderful. But today is Thursday.” And I’ll say, “Thursday??!! I gotta get out of here!!” I race out. She’s convinced I’m not really a cad—just a guy who loses track of the days of the week. Problem solved.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, Humour, Parodies
Size: 33 pages
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Memes: Funny and Hilarious Memes (LOL Funny Memes Book)

by Joe Billy

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Genre: Humour, Parodies
Size: 1589 pages
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