Funny, Not Funny

If you can't join them, beat them.
By Amanda LaFerriere

Funny, Not Funny is a collection of short stories and personal anecdotes by Amanda LaFerriere. The author largely draws from her experience as an executive in the start-up and technology field. There are sixteen chapters that explore the minds of successful women and the different...

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A Normal Person Doing Normal Things

An Uncomfortable Memoir
By Jay Colburn

During high school, Jay Colburn first discovers the truth about himself: He does not like girls the way other boys do. Jay immediately starts hating himself and wishes he was ‘normal’ instead of drooling over posters of his favorite rock band’s lead. Time passes, but...

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Schnooks, Crooks, Liars & Scoundrels

A Field Guide to Identifying Political Buffoons
By Gene Berardelli

Schnooks, Crooks, Liars and Scoundrels: A Field Guide to Identifying Political Buffoons by Gene Berardelli is an informative and thought-provoking nonfiction guide to exploring the intricacies of government and politics. The author explores the impact of factors like derision and ridicule on American political culture....

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I Hurt My Foot Doing the Mashed Potato

Or...I Should Have Stuck With the Twist
By James Robinson

I Hurt My Foot Doing the Mashed Potato is a humorous yet thought-provoking memoir comprising 25 essays from James Robinson on various topics. James has accumulated several riveting stories and distinctive opinions over his 70 years as a father to three children and grandfather to...

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Struggle Bus

The Van. The Myth. The Legend
By Josh Wood

In the summer of 2018, Josh Wood decided to part ways with his old Ford van and put an ad on Craigslist, leading to an overwhelming response from people that inspired him to recount anecdotes about his own family and life through his book Struggle...

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From Working the Pole to Baring My Soul
By Christine Macdonald

Christine Macdonald shares a personal account of her life story and challenges in finding her self-worth. As she recalls, operating within the adult entertainment industry was one of the most difficult experiences she had to endure. The storyline unfolds by drawing on some of her...

There is No Shrimp... And Other Lies My Mother Told Me

By Kenny Loui, Ph.D.

There is No Shrimp... And Other Lies My Mother Told Me is an autobiographical manga by Kenny Loui. A sequel to Life Lessons from a UFO Catcher by the same author, the comic book follows Kenny after he lands himself in jail following his fistfight...

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So You Want To Fly Private? The Rules

A comedic tell all book showcasing true accounts of what it's like to work as a private flight attendant
By Shannon McDermott

So You Want to Fly Private? The Rules by Shannon McDermott is a laugh-out-loud, flirty, fun exposé into the aviation industry. Inspired by true stories, McDermott tells all - from celebrities to wannabees, best tippers, and worst travelers. She holds nothing back, including the colorful...

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I Injured My Foot Doing the Mashed Potato

Or...I Should Have Stuck With the Twist
By James Robinson Jr.

I Injured My Foot Doing the Mashed Potato by James Robinson, Jr. is a delightfully fun book that causes the senses to dance with joy. Robinson tells stories of his life to which many of us can relate. He and I are about the same...

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Morlocks in the Basement

By Carolyn Colburn

Morlocks in the Basement is a memoir by Carolyn Colburn. Funny and bordering on the ridiculous, this unique autobiography unravels with a couple trying to counter the flow of bad juju by getting a kitten from the local shelter. One can immediately discern this is...