A Treat for Humor, Satire, and Paranormal Fans


Psycho Proctologists and the Flaming Buttholes of Doom


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Forget Fifty Shades of Gray, this book is fifty shades blacker than your a**hole . . . 

Michael McLaren is Hollywood’s proctologist to the stars. In Tinseltown, there’s no shortage of famous people who need things discreetly removed from their sphincters–or who want things shoved up there. Either way, business is good. 

But when he discovers that demons dwell in the darkest crevices of existence, he’s unwittingly initiated into a secret society of demon hunters: 

The Psycho Proctologists. 

The world may think they’re crazy, but they’re all that’s standing between you and the Armageddon. 

Because when flaming buttholes threaten to doom humanity as we know it, who ya gonna call? 

A butt doctor.


About The Author:

W.W. Pecker is the top-secret pen name of an award-winning author. 

No, really. It wasn’t the Nobel Prize, or even the Pulitzer, but it was an award for writing, dammit. And no, it wasn’t his third grade teacher’s class prize, either. Geez. Cynical, much? 

When he’s not writing, he can usually be found watching “mature content” on the internet.




Musings of a Glasgow Taxi Driver



Musings of a Glasgow Taxi Driver

by Pat Mullaney

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A collection of poems by Pat Mullaney, a Glasgow taxi driver who likes to write about the things he sees on his day-to-day journeys, the people and the places. His poems are written with wit and humility, covering topics from Scotland to ghosts to greedy mice and everything in between.



About the Author: Pat Mullaney

pat_mullaney-picPat is 62 years old and is from Govan in Glasgow, Scotland. He has dabbled in writing poetry for years but in the past year he has been taking his hobby more seriously. He is a taxi driver and usually writes in between hires. Most recently a collection of his work was published in an e-book format on Amazon which has gained 5 star reviews. In his spare time Pat spends time with his wife and children.




West of Me – Gay Humor

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Gay Humor by Jamie Godfrey


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Kyle Meyers left his small town in Wisconsin to pursue his dream of becoming a fashion designer. With two suitcases and $100, he begins his journey at design school. Along the way, he makes lasting friendships, meets a porn star, finally hooks up with Glitter Boy, goes on a bevy of awkward dates and works for a string of evil bosses. This offbeat coming of age tale is a valentine to the moments, people, and crazy situations that can only happen in New York.


About the Author:  Jamie Godfrey

Jamie Godfrey is author and entrepreneur. When he is not jotting down his quirky musings, he is the owner/designer of Jamie Godfrey Home Collection. There he sells a range of handmade home goods. He also enjoys cooking, decorating, playing the piano, Grand Theft Auto and drinking Campari. West of Me is Jamie’s first novel. He currently lives in Jersey City, NJ

Connect with Jamie at:  http://www.jamiegodfrey.com/



Funny Chick Lit — Bad Taste In Men

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Humorous fiction. Funny chick lit. Heavy metal humor. ’90s fiction.

Bad Taste In Men

by Lana Cooper

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Have you ever felt like even Mother Theresa has got more game than you?

If you have, you’d be in the same boat as geeky, awkward metal head Nova Porter.

Bad Taste In Men follows Nova from her prepubescent years through young adulthood and her attempts at getting dudes to dig her.

Juggling self-esteem issues, small town outsider status, and questionable taste in guys, Nova is looking for love in all the wrong places – like the food court at the mall. Nova’s circle of friends and her strange(ly) endearing family more than make up for what her love life lacks.

Along the way, Nova alternately plays the roles of hero and villain, mastermind and stooge; picking up far more valuable life lessons than numbers for her little black book.

One part chick lit for tomboys and one part Freaks and Geeks for kids who came of age in the mid-’90s, Bad Taste In Men is loaded (like a freight train) with pop cultural references and crude humor.



Meet the Author: Lana Cooper

Lana_cooper-authorLana Cooper was born and raised in Scranton, PA and currently resides in Philadelphia. A graduate of Temple University, she doesn’t usually talk about herself in the first person, but makes an exception when writing an author bio. Cooper has written extensively on a variety of pop culture topics and has been a critic for such sites as PopMatters and Ghouls On Film. She’s also written news stories for EDGE Media, a leading nationwide network devoted to LGBT news and issues. Cooper enjoys spending time with her family, reading comic books, books with lots of words and no pictures, and talking to strangers on public transportation. “Bad Taste In Men” is her first full-length novel.

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Need A Laugh? Here it is!


Perhaps I’ve Said Too Much

Humor by Rodney LaCroix


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A great big book of messing with people, “Perhaps I’ve Said Too Much” is packed with hilarious full-color short stories of pranks, lies and their inevitable consequences.


Perhaps I’ve Said Too Much is the much anticipated follow-up to the heralded, award-winning Things Go Wrong For Me. In his second book, Rodney continues to harass the reader with his dull wit and unique story-telling style. Complete with original hand-drawn artwork and graphics, one-two punch Brain Nuggets, and the ever-popular Draw Something Files, Perhaps will not disappoint.* (Assumes you are an immature child who enjoys potty humor and making fart noises with your armpits.)


About the Author:  Rodney LaCroix

rodney_lacroixRodney Lacroix is just one of those guys. He’s one of those guys that make you say, “You know, I’m glad I’m not THAT guy.”

THAT? That’s Rodney Lacroix.

Rodney can stub his toe while brushing his teeth. He can get a flat tire while walking. Things, well, things just go WRONG for Rodney.

Rodney Lacroix has been writing about his misadventures for years. He’s done stand-up comedy, emceed charity events and has hung out with many celebrities.

He’s a computer technician by day, single father-of-2 by night, and always – always – has something funny to tell you about what happened that day.

Find Rodney’s books at: http://www.rcgpublishing.com/


Free Novel: Romantic, adult, humorous, fiction

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Good Vibration

by S M Mala


FREE Dec. 26-27

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Sylvie works in an e-commerce company, ‘Good Vibration’, specialising in the distribution of adult toys. She’s surrounded by colourful people as well as interesting items she refuses to use.

The place has been her lifeline, even though it’s made out of silicone and plastic, for two and a half years as she still tries to come to terms with the devastation of losing of her husband while bringing up their daughter, alone.

Her world is turned upside down when her work partner collapses and his stepson, Finlay, comes in to sort out the business, which his family own.

The consummated snob isn’t impressed with it and wants it to shut it down. He finds the product and people distasteful … and it shows. And he has his own problems, as his beautiful French wife has just told him she’s pregnant but he might not be the father.

Determined to keep the place open, against someone fixed on closing it down, the pair fight tooth and nail to achieve what they want, both poles apart on how they see the world and why.

But could opposites really attract?

Or is it that they want to be with that person, but all for the wrong reasons?

It’s about finding unexpected love in the most extraordinary place when faced with every possible obstacle to stop having a ‘Good Vibration.’


Year of the Chick: Romantic Comedy/Humor/Chicklit


Year of the Chick

Romantic Comedy/Humor/Chicklit

by Romi Moondi


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An awkward family homecoming at Christmas.
A humiliating public weigh-in, with two judging parents as the audience.
The announcement of a deadline for arranged marriage doom.
And that’s just the first two chapters.

In “Year of the Chick,” Romi Narindra must find love before her parents find her a husband.
But this is North America, not Calcutta! Who lets their parents choose their husbands?!
Easy to say, less easy to live through, as this book takes you deep inside “awkward Indian living in the West.”

To escape her fate, Romi wades through the waters of secret-dating, where self-consciousness is at an all-time high, and experience at an all-time low. It’s the sort of thing that would turn almost anyone into a man-crazy freak with romance tunnel-vision, and that’s exactly what happens to her. All the while, a lack of inspiration in her corporate job leads Romi to her love of writing, in what quickly becomes a man-quest play-by-play.

From whiskey-breath scum bags to uni-brow creeps and everything in between, Romi and her wingmen come up empty time after time.

And that’s when she meets a fellow writer.
On the Internet.
So will it be arranged marriage doom, or an Internet affair that’s not as creepy as “To Catch a Predator”?
Time will tell in the “year of the chick,” a twelve-month quest to find love.




FREE Novel – An Unconventional Love Story

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Relative Strangers

by S M Mala


FREE Dec. 5 – 6

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Funny, romantic, contemporary story about step siblings trying to get on and how their lives are linked by death, love and babies.


An unconventional love story about babies, brothers… and the occasional secret bonk.

Family ties don’t come easy to Ella. When her widowed father Reggie marries divorcee Jude, she is inflicted with two step brothers to add to her current one.

She doesn’t want to be part of the mixed race ‘Brady Bunch’ and neither does one of the objectionable step brothers, Daniel. He constantly rubs her up the wrong way over the years, challenging how she acts towards her family.

But he’s no angel and is equally determined not to get involved in the family side of things hiding his own little secret.

But life starts to hand Ella some bitter blows, unexpected and heart breaking. She finds herself picking up the pieces for the loved ones around her, against her will and better judgement, while trying to hold fast to a family she never expected to have… or indeed ever wanted.

As the years unfold, there’s more emotional family conflict for her and everything she thought she hated, she starts to unexpectedly love… including the illusive and ever so slightly obnoxious Daniel.

But is he worth taking a risk on when they are relative strangers?


A Must Read BEFORE Black Friday

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Black Friday Insanity

by May Blair

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Black Friday Insanity is a classic, holiday novelette which focuses on many hilarious dynamics of the Thanksgiving weekend.  The awkward visit to relatives who always seem to push the wrong buttons is the psychological impetus that drives a mild-mannered housewife into a shopping frenzy.  The insanity during the black Friday shopping is simply an expression of family rivalries.




Meet the Author: May Blair

may blairMay Blair is a humorist and screenwriter who loves to find the fun in human psychology.  Her latest story, Black Friday Insanity is part biography and part fiction–Which parts she won’t tell.  She’s a teacher, poet, cook, wife and a mom to three cats (Cinny, Rosy and Tina).  In addition, she’s a Twitter and Internet fan and is always around to interact with her readers.  May Blair lives in Orlando, Florida and would love for you to like and follow her on the net!

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Humor Book: Not So Innocently Abroad – FREE Today!

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Not So Innocently Abroad

by Ken Richters


Free October 24-25

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From award-winning actor and playwright Ken Richters comes this original, irreverent, and funny travel memoir of his month-long U.S. State Department goodwill tour of Russia and Ukraine at Mark Twain. Originally scheduled for two shows in Moscow, the mission was extended for nearly a month to retrace Twain’s travels in Eastern Europe. The book chronicles performance stops in Moscow, Kiev, Odessa, Simferopol, Sevastopol, and the Livadia Palace in Yalta; almost causing a Russian Black Sea Fleet diplomatic incident; hallucinating on a road trip to Crimea seeing a naked Oprah Winfrey after self-medicating to cure the croup; and how, unknowingly, making the same observation about the beauty of Ukrainian women that caused Joe Biden public ridicule, elevated Richters to a Ukrainian media cause célèbre.



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