A brave memoir in which the author never presents herself as victim or hero, but rather as a woman who’s willing to take risks to search for what’s real and lasting — and to find in that search, an abundance of love and humor.
Hilarious and horrendous stories about the adventures of two Dutch men and their dog living the good life in Italy.
The memoir of a boy’s coming of age in a northeastern blue collar neighborhood and his subsequent escape to the Vietnam era navy. His story is told in frank, candid and politically incorrect language.
TRUMPED! – BEYOND POLITICALLY CORRECT is about one of the most controversial topics of today – Politically Correct vs. Politically Incorrect language and actions. The book is not about politics or politicians.
The book contains over 100 situations people face in real life. It has humor, satire, and is irreverent.
The Jessica James Cowgirl Philosopher Mystery Trilogy Offers Killer Suspense, Humor, and White-Knuckle Girl-Power Action, featuring kickass heroines taking on ripped-from-the-headlines issues like date-rape on college campuses, sex trafficking, fracking, and black market sales of Ivy League eggs.
A frantic search for a discarded Buddha statuette that her adoring husband suddenly can’t live without sends Marla through the door of The Imagine Center and into a spiritual sojourn that changes everything.
Every woman has the awesome opportunity to find her own strength and path through life – separate from her parents and stigmas of society. Some come about their self-discoveries through studying and working hard. Others (me) spend their time nearly burning down kitchens and driving around the country with a car full of hangers.
Ranging from autobiographical to allegorical, from humorous to sad, each of these stories – and more – finds a home in Bob Stockton’s fifth book, ‘A Man Who Lost His Wife and Other Stories.’
In this 17th book of the New York Times Best-selling Flower Shop Mystery series, feisty florist Abby Knight and new hubby Marco Salvare are drawn into a murder investigation when the friendly town square window washer is accused of killing a local banker. Abby believes she holds the clue to freeing the window washer if she could only remember it
Con City is a black comedy crime novel set in a fictional metropolis in the internet age, blending a modern but absurd setting with over-the-top characters that would feel at home in 1980s action flicks.