Humor & Entertainment

October 8, 2018

Plunge: The 1st Plunge

"Plunge: The 1st Plunge" by Mark B. Stephens

A WORLD OF LAUGHTER AWAITS Enter the world of Plunge. Whether Marcus is driving his best friend Jammer crazy, or trying to get the nerve to talk to Molly, or stand up to Slug, or simply indulge in his never ending love of sweets, one thing is certain: You’re going to have an enjoyable time filled with lots of fun and tons of laughs.  So dive into the world of Plunge, the comic with under water adventures that delivers out of this world laughs.

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October 2, 2018

Diary of a Minecraft Deadpool

"Diary of a Minecraft Deadpool: Book 1: Initial Encounter With Zombies"  by CraftsMineShip

If you wonder how a Deadpool could survive the Minecraft world and fight zombies, this adventure diary book is for you!!! If you feel like hearing what this Minecraft Deadpool wants to say, read on below Hey boys and girls! It’s your good pal Deadpool, and I’m really hoping you will check out my book here. I recently found myself in a crazy place where everything was made of blocks. I met some great new friends in a town called Craftsville there and had an adventure unlike any I’ve ever had before. As I did, I scribbled all that happened in a diary, and that is what is in this book: the diary of my first three weeks in Craftsville. I know what you are saying: Deadpool, you have had all sorts of crazy adventures already. Sure I have, but none like this. I’d guarantee that… if my lawyers hadn’t told me to stop guaranteeing things.

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August 5, 2018

Tim

"Tim" by Soren Paul Petrek

| About Author | Website | For the most part, Tim is living up to expectations—his parents’ and his own. He’s in college, making good grades, and having dorm-room sex with a girl both beautiful and brainy. But he’s coming to realize it’s no longer enough. He can’t continue ranking everything else, including his father’s ambition, above the one thing that matters most to him: his art. Reviews: "Well invented story that could be real." I enjoyed this book and was able to get to the end quickly! Even though Tim takes on an adventure very few have, he is very grounded and relatable. The characters along the way are amusing as well. It will bring you back to the time of turning that corner into adulthood.~Andrea Flan "Amazing trip across America - with a twist." A feel-good journey of discovery -surprising for our times! A must read for any young adult questioning their path in life.~ljdoone

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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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