Category: Books

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I Didn’t Know You Could Bake Birthday Cake From Scratch: Parenting Blunders from Cradle to Empty Nest

Buy on Amazon in paperback or Kindle I Didn’t Know You Could Make Birthday Cake From Scratch Parenting Blunders from Cradle to Empty Nest  I Didn’t Know You Could Make Birthday Cake from Scratch is the book for every parent…

Bernadette Peters Hates Me: True Tales of a Delusional Man

Buy on Amazon in paperback or Kindle Bernadette Peters Hates Me: True Tales of a Delusional Man When something embarrassing happens to you, what is the first thing you do? Look around to see if anyone else saw you? Not…

Tim Jones: YOU’RE GROUNDED FOR LIFE: Misguided Parenting Strategies That Sounded Good At The Time

Buy in paperback or ebook on LuLu.com and also on Amazon.com YOU’RE GROUNDED FOR LIFE: Misguided Parenting Strategies That Sounded Good At The Time This humor book is a collection of hilarious essays on parenting in the era of Facebook and…

The Fall 2015 and Early 2016 Releases

So many fun and talented authors coming your way this fall from Humoroutcasts Press and Shorehouse Books: Mary Farr with The Promise in Plan B: What We Bring to the Next Chapter in Our Lives  – release date September 15th(Shorehouse) From Dr.…

The Promise in Plan B: What We Bring To The Next Chapter In Our Lives

Buy on Amazon The Promise in Plan B: What We Bring To The Next Chapter In Our Lives Life offers us plenty of opportunities. We construct our life plan—our Plan A, but life is never so simple. It tests us…

Our Bodies, Our Shelves: A Collection of Library Humor

Buy on Amazon Our Bodies, Our Shelves: A Collection of Library Humor There are eight million stories at your local public library — and not all of them are in the books! Join humorist Roz Warren (“the world’s funniest librarian”)…

An Incurable Disease: Memories, Observations and Ravings from a Baby Boomer Cub Fan

Buy on Amazon   An Incurable Disease: Memories, Observations and Ravings from a Baby Boomer Cub Fan By Frank Mucci There is no cure for what I have, but I’ve discovered ways to deal with it and first and foremost…