|A Handicap for the Devil,
by Allen Lyne. A comic look at what
happens when God gives a brief to save the world to the meekest,
mildest man alive.
Trust a Plastic Owl, by Mark Mayfield.
A collection of seventy of Mark Mayfield's most popular published humor
and Other Smelly Writings, by James
Chancellor. A collection of short humor stories from a
Strange Poetry, by Michael Arnzen.
Hilarious, offbeat poetry inspired by the strangest headlines from
tabloids like the Weekly World News. A finalist for the Bram Stoker
|Momma was a
Baptist Broad, by D. Gustafson.
Yep, I had to hide Momma's ashes. They were tucked safely away under
the pulpit and, just for good measure, guarded by Preacher Doug and the
piece hidden in his coat pocket.
|An American Redneck in
by Michael LaRocca. [search by author]
Can a "serious" author venture into humor without destroying his good
name? I suppose we'll find out. True dog stories, cat stories, horse
stories, hog stories, redneck stories, and Hong Kong stories.
by Jack Brackitt. This comedy reports on a Chicago
family's life in one year. Also, there's a lot about life in Chicago --
what it's like to ride an L train, walk through the Loop, eat at
hole-in-the-wall restaurants, etc.
Marty Graw Book, by Tom Ball.
It's 1960. Ten-year-old Liam Freddy McAfee wants to tell you all about
his family, friends, neighbors and classmates. In the process he tells
you everything they'd just as soon you not know.
|Dinner with W.T. – The Cybermouth Chronicles, by Rick Baber. A humorous collection of stories that explain the
juxtaposition of the life of a
middleclass, southern-raised boy of the Baby Boom generation.
Wild!, by Darrell Bain. Book 1 of
the Medics Wild series. When the Williard brothers
get started, any resemblance to a real war is purely
coincidental! This humorous story is set in wartime Vietnam.
Must Go On!, by Mac Fletcher. In a small English
village, the economy is grinding to a halt because people aren't dying
off - a dastardly plan is hatched, and comedy abounds.
Carolyn The Pioneer, by Elizabeth Kingsbury.
Carolyn is a failed yuppie who decides that being a saint might be a
good career option. A highly satirical piece of writing.
to an Autoresponder, by Richard
Law. Ever corresponded with an autosponder and never
knew it? You know how it is. You're in that computer trance thing and
you write back. If you spend a great deal of time at the computer,
you'll enjoy this ebook, which is straight from the files of foolish
by William Norris. In this comedy, a Mafia boss in
Florida tries every trick in the book to seize the Presidency of the
Mommy Chronicles, by Leslie Tonner. Follow the
adventures of Charlie, a Manhattan three-year-old on the fast track,
and his slow-track mommy. Moms and Dads alike will find these anecdotes
of parenting at the end of the century to be truly priceless.
Incredible Billion Dollar Geek, by T. L. Winslow. The
untimely death of Gill Bates, the geek who became the richest man on
earth via his Teenysoft monopoly, leads the world into a near
apocalypse. A hilarious, satirical family opera.
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