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by Leonard Stegmann

Genre: Humour, Essays
Size: 249 kb
Free download for Kindle from 26 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Big Fish... Still out of the water (The Big Fish Tails Book 7)

by Mike Williams

The Big Fish returns to some pet hates and other things that he's still up to his fins with.
Insightful, ingenious, educational, amusing, exasperating, ridiculous... But the Big Fish gets to choose just three words to describe himself and none of those words gets a mention.
A journey that might take in sublime and ridiculous, but they're not starting or finishing points; just ports of call along the way.
He may have dashed through Sublime though, with just the briefest of visits...

Genre: Humour, Essays
Size: 213 pages
Free download for Kindle from 25 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 3.90 / 5
3 reviews

Letters from Uncle Stan: The Correspondence of a Misanthrope in Spain

by Stan Steventon


My Uncle Stan was a grumpy man when he began to write to me from Spain back in the year 2009 and he can’t be said to have mellowed much with age. This book contains only his letters to me, as his old-school habit of always referring to my missives removes the need to include my supportive, and sometimes censorious, replies which possess little of the descriptive power and mostly unintentional humour of his own copious correspondence.
In a way I suppose that in the last few years I have been his only constant and empathic contact with the rest of humanity and this first volume is a testament to his fierce and unremitting determination to stay afloat in a world that has done its utmost to thwart his every desire. Uncle Stan is a little older and wiser now and, much to my surprise, was happy for me to edit and publish his unwitting literary achievement. Without further ado, I leave you with the complete, unabridged letters of Mr. Stanley Steventon, May 2009 – May 2010.

Genre: Humour, Essays, Nonfiction, Travel, Continental Europe, Teen & Young Adult
Size: 120 pages
Free download for Kindle from 24 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

There Are Places I Remember

by Leonard Stegmann

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Memoirs, Specific Groups, Humour, Essays, Nonfiction
Size: 264 pages
Free download for Kindle from 23 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
1 review

Poop Squirrel: Essays by Finn Blakkatt

by Finn Blakkatt

When your 8 year old daughter randomly blurts out the phrase “Poop Squirrel” while waiting for the school bus you know the apple does not fall far from the tree. This debut collection of essays from Finn Blakkatt showcases the humorous outcomes of anyone with bipolar or who aspires to visit both poles. Witty, irreverent and decidedly off-center; Blakkatt shares a collection of sadly funny life stories while also attempting to solve life’s many simple mysteries. From exploring the logical side of scatological outcomes at a local Home Depot to impersonating anyone to get ahead in life, Blakkatt attempts to break the mold of droll intellectualism. From his cynical foray into the restaurant business and fisticuffs with God to his inability to control any bodily function; Blakkatt brings a decidedly outré perspective to a life well lived.

Genre: Humour, Essays
Size: 158 pages
Free download for Kindle from 21 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.00 / 5
4 reviews

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

by Leonard Stegmann

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Memoirs, Humour, Essays
Size: 168 pages
Free download for Kindle from 20 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.20 / 5
4 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 20 February 2020 onward  

His Shit Don't Stink: A memoir of delusion, hope, squirrels, LSD, not getting rich quick, OCD, learning to fly, temp labour, that time I couldn't get it ... a friend who can't smell a goddamn thing

by Magus Beales

Why read this book? That's an important question.The picture of the golden poo on the cover should have already convinced you this is a literary masterpiece. But, just in case it hasn't, let me leave you with this.Within these 12 stories, lies something magical. I'm not referring to the acid trip, and the squirrel doesn't perform any tricks. And no, I didn't give LSD to a squirrel (that would be wrong). Those are two separate stories.Finding the humour in the stupidest things I've done and the most difficult experiences I've had. That's where the secret sauce is.I freely share this sauce with you.And isn't that what this is all about? I will take your laughter over a Pulitzer Prize any day. Not that I wouldn't take both. I'm just hedging my bets here.

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Memoirs, Humour, Essays
Size: 101 pages
Free download for Kindle from 19 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
4 reviews

The Man in the Tent - My Life under Canvas in Britain and Spain: Part One - Britain, 2004 - 2008

by Tony Beardsall

THE MAN IN THE TENT is Tony Beardsall’s lively, informative account of his life since moving under canvas at the age of fifty-one.In this volume he relates the first four years of his outdoor odyssey, from his initial escapist trips, through his gradual move towards full-time outdoor living, to his decision to put the harsh British winters behind him and head off to the more benign climate of southern Spain.Sincere but light-hearted, this story recounts his experiences in Lancashire, Yorkshire and Scotland, alongside the mental journey leading to his conviction that a conventional life is no longer for him, despite the well-meaning advice of his family and friends.The second and final part of Tony’s story will be available this winter.

Genre: Humour, Essays, Nonfiction, Sport, Fishing & Other Outdoor Pursuits
Size: 125 pages
Free download for Kindle from 17 February 2020 onward  

Strange Thoughts, Random Mutterings

by Jackson Radcliffe

Why is work better than sex?
Do Bond villains lack ambition?
Are you an alien terrorist?
Is the world getting better or worse?
What is the best undead creature to actually be?
How can you reliably predict the future?
How do wasps get into the house?
How can you live to be 100?
Do we possess free will?
What are brains for?

If you enjoy asking unusual questions and getting unexpected answers, this book is for you.
In a collection of his 100 best blog articles, the writer Jackson Radcliffe spans a diverse range of topics, from comedy to spirituality, and from tax forms to philosophy & science.
Short and witty, Radcliffe captures an entertaining and stimulating vision of the world in friendly, bite-sized chunks.

The blog articles are divided into 19 sections:
Life (life, death and all the funny bits in between, what is comedy? why do we laugh? happiness, aliens, bin laden, success and failure, why I love Americans)
The internet (computers, photos of cats, videos of people falling over, privacy, twitter, facebook and social media, stupidity and the internet, Google)
Blogging (what is a blog? the modern diary, stats addiction, more twitter, how to get more blog followers, humour and comedy)
An uncertain world (uncertainty, problems, solutions, life is a mystery, why we should fear aliens)
Technology (from smart phones to the technological singularity, life in a virtual world, the myth of finite resources, inventing the future, why technology means freedom)
Books and movies (book reviews, vampires, James Bond villains, Darth Vader and Star Wars, movies for fathers and sons to watch together)
Health and fitness (old age, secrets of longevity, how to live to a hundred, food for longevity, Ikaria, Okinawa, Andorra)
Christmas (Santa Claus, New Years resolutions)
Self-pity (chronic fatigue syndrome, CFS)
Politics (Democracy, liberals, conservatives, fascism, communism, does free speech matter, ideas and ideals)
Science (maths jokes, the fallacy of reductionism, does free will exist? scientific theories, opinions, facts, evolution)
Creativity (creativity in science and technology, wealth creation, knowledge, smash the glass ceiling)
Philosophy and stuff (the problem of evil, seeking the truth, a sense of wonder, questions and answers, changing your mind, opposing beliefs, the trap of ideas, do ideas deserve respect?)
Atheism (religion, belief systems, agnostics, the book of dawkins, evolution is only a theory, nihilism, the purpose of the universe, the meaning of life)
Money (economics, why is Andorra rich? tax, wealth creation)
Spirituality (searching for spirituality, religion and spirituality, conspiracy theories, the sacred and profane, communion with god, esoteric, yoga, pattern recognition, the quest for meaning, organized religions)
Words and language (swearing, originality, language malfunction, the importance of questions, sincere greetings, the purpose of brains and intelligence, words that should exist but don't)
Talking to myself (narcissism, blogging)
Writing (i am an author, self-publishing, free books, how to self-publish, how to blog, how to write)

Genre: Humour, Essays
Size: 197 pages
Free download for Kindle from 16 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
1 review

Irritable Vowel Syndrome

by Leonard Stegmann

Genre: Humour, Essays
Size: 183 pages
Free download for Kindle from 14 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 3.00 / 5
1 review

Would Mick Jagger Put Up with This?: A Humorous Look at Life as a Volunteer Nursing Home Piano Player

by Lori O'Brien

Lori always wanted to be a rock star. After working for twenty years in the insurance industry in Toronto, Canada, Lori finally realized her dream of becoming a performing musician. Although her fans are a bit older than she had envisioned. And less awake.Would Mick Jagger Put Up with This? A Humorous Look at Life as a Volunteer Nursing Home Piano Player chronicles Lori’s first year at the Happy Haven Nursing Home in New England, where the residents may be old, but they’re definitely not boring. Humor abounds as Lori faces quilt-wielding elderlies, quarantine notices, and quick-tempered gentlemen while attempting to give back to her new community. Volunteering was turning out to be a lot harder than she had thought it would be!

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Specific Groups, Humour, Essays, Nonfiction
Size: 114 pages
Free download for Kindle from 13 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 1.00 / 5
1 review

Feed Thy Gut: My Story of Discovering a Natural, Drug-free Approach to Treating Multiple Sclerosis, Acne, and Depression

by David Podlipny

Multiple sclerosis. Acne. Depression. What do these things have in common? Shame?
No, nothing quite that sexy…

The fact that diet can significantly improve all of them.

For much of my life I believed that diet had nothing to do with either acne or multiple sclerosis, a notion that health care professionals reinforced. I’ve now come to hold a different view—diet has a lot to do with it. But it’s not limited to the duo mentioned. Changing my diet did wonders for my depression, dry skin, eczema, athlete’s foot, nail fungus, fatigue, brain fog, anxiety, allergies…and the list goes on.

Diagnosed with MS in 2006, after which followed several bouts of vertigo, numbness, stiffness, and loss of strength and coordination over the following years, I am now virtually symptom free, without the use of conventional drugs in any form. And though diet plays a big role, it is by no means the only thing to consider. Nor is this an endeavor to find a miracle cure, but something much more realistic and practical: instead of treating the symptoms, treat the underlying causes.

So, is this a memoir? The confessions of a loner? A long-winded eulogy to garlic? To the paleo diet? A rant against the medical community? It’s…an introspective account of my journey trying to regain health, in all its vastness, tearing down the heavy blackout curtains along the way.

I also share what the many experiments over the past years have yielded, from the good stuff to the not so good stuff. Who knew that the combination of sea salt, a glass of water, and an empty stomach would result in me soiling myself? Every new day holds promises of unimaginable wonder. But don’t fret: I provide much safer tips and tricks that I’ve picked up as well, like a one ingredient, all-natural deodorant. Not necessarily linked to the malodorous fix above…

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Professionals & Academics, Humour, Essays, Nonfiction
Size: 107 pages
Free download for Kindle from 12 February 2020 onward  

Life Champion

by Buck Brennan

Genre: Humour, Essays
Size: 203 pages
Free download for Kindle from 10 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
3 reviews

MEMES: Ultimate Memes & Jokes 2018 – Perfect Male Form – Funniest Memes on the Planet: Funny Memes 2018, Dank Memes, Memes Free, Memes XL, Pikachu Books, Roasts

by Toothy McScrumble

Genre: Humour, Essays, Jokes & Riddles
Size: 2264 pages
Free download for Kindle from 10 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.80 / 5
5 reviews

Bonbons for Your Brain

by Diane Vallere

Genre: Humour, Essays, Nonfiction, Self-Help & Counselling
Size: 196 pages
Free download for Kindle from 10 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.40 / 5
18 reviews

The Winter (& Spring) of Our Discontent: "Don't Let the Hodor Hit You on the Way Out" and selections from Full-Frontal Nerdity

by K.S. Wiswell

Genre: Humour, Essays, Self-Help & Counselling
Size: 176 pages
Free download for Kindle from 09 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.70 / 5
8 reviews

Don't Stop the Geekin'

by Marc Allie

Fitting is important when you are a kid. But when you are a geeky kid, teased and bullied for being different, fitting in is nearly impossible. I grew up nerdy in the 1980s, obsessing over video games, toys, movies, and comic books. Wearing glasses, reading science fiction, and being hopeless at sports were just a few of the things that marked me as a weirdo. This book details some of the struggles I went through as I grew up, before I figured out that fitting in with the crowd wasn't nearly as important as being true to myself.

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Memoirs, Specific Groups, Humour, Essays, Nonfiction
Size: 131 pages
Free download for Kindle from 09 February 2020 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 09 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.50 / 5
2 reviews

Making Friends: A Spanish Memoir

by Adam Lowell

‘Making Friends – A Spanish Memoir’ is a book of reminiscences based on real people and events, commencing in the late summer of the year 2000.

A humorous, informative and sometimes poignant account of a young Englishman’s discovery of a whole new world beyond the boundaries of the expat teaching community, his friendships with Antonio, Dominic, Pedrín and others at first complicate then enrich his life in the Spanish city of Murcia.

In an account that takes us from seedy bars, through rock group rehearsals, to valiant attempts to help the eccentric and rather unstable Antonio sell village houses and thus restore his self-esteem, the author makes his own journey of self-discovery which leaves him a wiser, more empathetic man.

Please ‘look inside’ to sample the book before purchasing.

Genre: Humour, Essays, Nonfiction, Travel, Continental Europe, Teen & Young Adult
Size: 149 pages
Free download for Kindle from 09 February 2020 onward  

A Leather Jacket

by Leonard Stegmann

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Memoirs, Humour, Essays
Size: 250 kb
Free download for Kindle from 08 February 2020 onward  

Crudely Drawn Conclusions

by Michael Leonard

Reading this book backwards takes time and dedication but it may lead to some kind of clarity in your life. It has also been rumored to cure obscure forms of cancer we don't even know about yet. These statements have not been evaluated or studied by the FDA.

This book has the same healing properties as any holy book ever printed.

Mostly this book contains semi-entertaining and quasi- offensive essays designed to provide a few chuckles.

Time travel!
Poorly constructed assumptions concerning abortion!
The reproductive habits of the American male and female are discussed!
Modern Slavery!
A generous helping of self-loathing!
A reticulated python bites someone!
The ongoing abuse of our elderly relatives in nursing homes by overly amorous vegetarians is discussed!
I run for President!
I think there is something in there about a Tiger!
I provide all of the answers for the afterlife!

I think there may be some zombies toward the end.

Genre: Humour, Essays, Nonfiction, Religion & Spirituality, Spirituality
Size: 127 pages
Free download for Kindle from 07 February 2020 onward  

Surviving in Japan: Awkward days with shakes, escape and Awakening (Hidemi's Rambling Book 2)

by Hidemi Woods

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Memoirs, Humour, Essays
Size: 131 pages
Free download for Kindle from 07 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Growing Up Movies...

by Clint ington

We used to talk to each other and play outside...then we got a VCR and decided not to talk to each other and watch #MOVIES. It was a great life and I share it with you now. Learn the "ins" and "outs" of my viewing experience and take a nostalgic trip with me about my family, friends, and that crazy analog video projector that introduced me to so many different worlds...

Genre: Arts & Photography, Art, Humour, Essays
Size: 331 pages
Free download for Kindle from 06 February 2020 onward  

No Good Deed...

by Leonard Stegmann

Genre: Humour, Essays
Size: 249 kb
Free download for Kindle from 06 February 2020 onward  

Dreaming of Pangea: Collected Travel Writings

by Leonard Stegmann

Genre: Humour, Essays, Nonfiction, Travel, Essays & Travelogues
Size: 212 pages
Free download for Kindle from 04 February 2020 onward  

That Won't Do You Any Good

by Leonard Stegmann

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Memoirs, Humour, Essays
Size: 211 pages
Free download for Kindle from 03 February 2020 onward  

A Small Town Back Yard Memoir

by Mary M Briley

Genre: Humour, Essays
Size: 872 kb
Free download for Kindle from 03 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.30 / 5
93 reviews

Cicada Spring: A Novel

by Christian Galacar

On a warm May evening in the spring of 1979, the people of Heartsridge, Massachusetts, are living the American dream. Families are gathered for barbecues. Kids are playing in front yards. Gardens are being kept. Meanwhile, Kara Price stumbles home through the woods, raped and beaten, her life shattered by a wicked act of violence, perpetrated by one of the town’s most beloved and public figures.

Surrounding Kara is a cast of compelling and nefarious characters—a violent-tempered mayor who can do no wrong in the eyes of the town, a sheriff bound by the rules and plagued by a guilty conscience, a father bent on revenge, a serial killer in the midst of an identity crisis. And at the center of it all there's Kara, who just wants to move on with her life and forget everything that happened to her. But how can she do that when everyone thinks she is a liar who is only out for attention? With plot and emotion braided together by a careful hand, this haunted group of people all acting on behalf of their own interests begs the question: How far would you go to protect your own?

Genre: Arts & Photography, Film & Video, Graphic Design, Music, Pop Culture, Biography & True Accounts, Ethnic, Leaders & Notable People, Professionals & Academics, Business & Finance, Biographies & Primers, Small Business & Entrepreneurship, Children's eBooks, Religion & Spirituality, Science, Nature & How It Works, Sport & Outdoors, Comics & Graphic Novels, Computing, Microsoft, Operating Systems, Programming, Crime, Thriller & Mystery, Mystery, Thrillers, Suspense, Fiction, Family Saga, Fiction Classics, Gay & Lesbian, Sea Adventures, Short
Size: 368 pages
Free download for Kindle from 03 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
1 review

DisOrganized Crimes: dysfunctional family tales from The Bookie's Daughter

by Heather Abraham

Heather Abraham, author of the Amazon.com top rated memoir The Bookie's Daughter, takes readers on another romp through her crazy, crime-filled childhood. DisOrganized Crimes grabs readers by the seat of the pants and drags them into a world where dysfunction and bedlam reign supreme. As a child, Heather measured her family life against The Brady Bunch and The Partridge Family, popular sitcoms with parents who modeled the ethics and social norms they wished their children to follow. But when your father is a larger-than-life bookie and your mother is a trigger-happy alcoholic, ethics and social norms be damned. Heather and her sister were born into an illicit life, and became children of crime not by choice but by birthright. Gambling, police raids, and midnight runs for illegal goods were all part of growing up. Disorganized Crimes grabs readers by the seat of their pants and drags them into the dysfunctional existence of the Abraham family. Enjoy a glimpse inside the wild and crazy childhood that shaped Heather's character, but never broke her spirit.

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Memoirs, Specific Groups, Humour, Essays, Nonfiction
Size: 282 pages
Free download for Kindle from 02 February 2020 onward  

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