Humor & Entertainment

May 2, 2018

Woman’s Work Is there life after birth?

"Woman's Work Is there life after birth?" by Sylvia Mulholland

Kali Miller hasn't even given birth to her first baby, Harry, when husband Matt 'helpfully' hires a live-in nanny, one afternoon while Kali is shopping for eco-friendly diapers. The beguiling Britta Edvardsson is svelte, blonde and Swedish enough to make any new mom mother insecure, especially one who looks and feels as ginormous post-delivery as she did before. And Matt (surprise!) seems to know more than a bit of conversational Swedish.  Still, a nanny means Kali can go back to work and continue to claw her way to partnership in Biltmore, Durham & Spears, and the Millers' little seaside house will be nice and clean, meals prepared, and little Harry well cared for, right? But Britta's idea of cooking is fiskpinnar (fish sticks) in the microwave; she leaves blonde hairballs between the sofa cushions, and has cute, broken English convos with Matt. The only thing Britta has in common with those super-nannies that all of Kali's friends seem to have, is that she'll probably never quit. And Harry adores her, so how could Kali possibly let her go?

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March 27, 2018

poop 2: the play

"poop 2: the play" by Paschul X

The story of 2 detectives trying to clean up the city that they love, while a madman tracks down a boy band.

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March 21, 2018

Tilting, A Memoir

"Tilting, A Memoir" by Nicole Harkin

| Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | We only learned about our father’s girlfriend after he became deathly ill and lay in a coma 120 miles from our home. Overhearing the nurse tell Linda—since I was nine I had called my mom by her first name—about the girlfriend who came in almost every day to visit him when we weren’t there confirmed that the last moment of normal had passed us by without our realizing it. Up to then our family had unhappily coexisted with Dad flying jumbo jets to Asia while we lived in Montana. We finally came together to see Dad through his illness, but he was once again absent from a major family event—unable to join us from his comatose state. This is the moment when our normal existence tilted.

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March 3, 2018

Dog Tags & Wedding Bands

"Dog Tags & Wedding Bands" by Joe Rosato

| Website | Facebook | Author | Joe Rosato is an author with much information and experience in the military. Rosato has been enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served as a Helmsman and Lee Helmsman in the Vietnam War. He is also currently a volunteer, tour guide and liaison to the Board of Directors of the New Jersey Vietnam Veteran's Memorial Foundation. He also volunteered at the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary. Rosato actively speaks and volunteers at veteran groups. Rosato is a member of the group Vietnam Veterans of America, the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Rosato’s story shows the real-life traumatic experiences that happened to many innocent civilians during the Vietnam War.  This page-turning story provides humor, romance and mystery all into one thrilling plot. With relatable and endearing characters, this tale that intertwines with the past and present will leave the reader happy and hopeful.

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