The Incredible Edible Toe by Asher Jones

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The Incredible Edible Toe by Asher Jones

The Indie Book of the Day for 25th of March, 2015!

Genre: Children’s, Humor

Come on in and have a seat I’ve got folks you’d love to meet! Find out what happened to good ole’ Augustus, or meet that old goat Molly Mox. Read all about Sally Scrum and her 60 kittens, and learn about Allergies in this wacky new book of poetry from children’s poet Asher Jones.

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  • File Size: 12292 KB
  • Print Length: 24 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: HappyJoy Publishing; 1 edition (November 13, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00PKX0GGK
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ASHER JONES (poet) is an American children’s author. He attended public schools in Hawaii, Colorado and Texas. He studied creative writing in college in San Antonio, Texas. He has been writing furiously since winning 3rd place in a grade school limerick contest. It’s no wonder he loves rhyming! From his humble beginnings entertaining high school classmates with his poems to his new book Problem with Pets Asher Jones has proven time and again that reading can be entertaining as well as educational. His goal is to create children’s books that can be trusted to entertain while enriching the child’s mind. Hopefully an Asher Jones book will lead your child to want to learn something new, anything new, and stir up a desire to create.

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Propagandaman by Steve Spears

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Propagandaman by Steve Spears

The Indie Book of the Day for 23rd of January, 2015!

Genre: Humor, Political

A man is building a machine to manufacture copy-cat drugs for the purpose of extending patents indefinitely and to steal formulas from other pharmaceutical companies, when he makes a big mistake and discovers that he has acquired special powers of propaganda and mind control. As he learns about his new talents he becomes increasingly aware of the ethical problems he is up against. Propagandaman is a satire about mass media culture and the would be puppet masters who promote it.

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  • File Size: 380 KB
  • Print Length: 89 pages
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00OPJOTRC
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I grew up in Oak Park, IL., Met my wife when I was 3 and she was 2. Her little brother burned his back by falling on the oven door and they needed a ride to the hospital. I have been heavily influenced by the Twilight Zone, which may be the greatest show in television history because it did more to challenge the way people form opinions about themselves and the world, than any other. I endevour to write with that end in mind. Among my other influences are writers such as Alan Watts, Joseph Campbell, Marilynne Robinson, C.S. Lewis (his prosaic works), Harper Lee, Shel Silverstein, Mary Oliver, Paul Davies, Wislawa Scymborska, David Foster Wallace (an interview I read of Wallace was what made me want to write), T.S. Elliot, Stan Lee, Somerset Maugham, Hemingway, …and so on. Mostly, I must admit, my mental life has been strongly shaped by cinema. And I especially gravitate towards those screen-plays which offer some insight into the mystery of our existence or at least into the mystery of other human beings and their cultures. I could make a list that would be unbearably long, but, I’ll just offer my top 5: 1. Fearless- with Jeff Bridges and Isabella Rossellini. 2. The Razor’s Edge- with Bill Murray 3. Black Robe- with Lothaire Bluteau 4. Housekeeping- with Christine Lahti 5. The Mosquito coast- with Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren. If you have not read my work, but are considering it, you might like to know that I write mostly with dialogue and only a hint of exposition. Also I like to keep things moving at a good clip, because I believe a good story teller has a sacred obligation to serve the story like a good meal, where every necessary ingredient is included and the presence the unnecessary is scrutinized with diligence.

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Four Eyes Were Never Better Than Two by Kelly Coleman Potter

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Four Eyes Were Never Better Than Two by Kelly Coleman Potter

The Indie Book of the Day for 7th of December, 2014!

Genre: Humor, Memoir

Kelly Coleman Potter, once known in inner circles as Smelly Kelly, doesn’t see things like most of us do. This could be due to the nearsightedness that presented itself in third grade when she became known as four-eyed Smelly Kelly, but it’s not. According to her high school Journalism teacher, Potter has a unique perspective and outlook on life. She still doesn’t know if that was a compliment or an insult – or perhaps, just a nice way to say she’s weird.

In this collection of essays, Four Eyes Were Never Better Than Two…and other observations, Potter offers a candid look at the human condition with tales recounting the past and present. From her younger days of dreaming about being a Dallas Cowboy cheerleader so she could own pom-poms to sex education taught by a Joyce Dewitt look-alike, Potter confesses all – including the ironic account of throwing up on a dog named Ralph.

No stranger to embarrassment, she writes of cold sores that require an exorcism and the torture that was seventh grade gym class, capturing the angst, humiliation, and absurdity in those moments that often define us as individuals. Observations include: desperation can make a person do some pretty stupid things like answering a personal ad, hot wax is best left in the hands of a professional if you value your lips, and nothing is so surprising as the man who claims to hate dancing busting a move in a hospital recovery room.

Even if you’ve never had to admit in a public setting that you’re having your period, passed out at the eye doctor’s office, or had an illogical fear of a lawn mower, Potter’s self-deprecating wit and sometimes bizarre sense of humor will make you glad these things only happen on sit-coms… or to her.

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  • File Size: 937 KB
  • Print Length: 195 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 061595877X
  • Publisher: Kelly Coleman Potter (January 22, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HZWLO88
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Kelly Coleman Potter is the author of “Off-Kelter,” a weekly humor column that ran in print for ten years, and two books – A Little Off-Kelter…the parenting years, Four Eyes Were Never Better Than Two…and other observations. Potter began writing at a very young age – about as soon as she could hold a pencil and form words. She’s a professional kid wrangler, having successfully raised two sons into adulthood who are both members of the world’s greatest Navy. Her hobbies used to include ranting, “You kids are going to drive me to drinking,” and collecting loose change in parking lots and couch cushions for her lobotomy fund. Now, they include writing, bragging about her handsome sailor sons, and hanging out with her four dogs. Potter is married to her husband of twenty-three years and resides somewhere in the cornfields of Indiana. She still never passes up a nickel laying on the ground because the lobotomy is never totally out of the question.

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A Dinosaur Ate Your Alien by Parker Moose

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A Dinosaur Ate Your Alien by Parker Moose

The Indie Book of the Day for 4th of December, 2014!

Genre: Literary, Humor

The squid of the planet Steranko have a problem. Their king is a lunatic, the last of their once-proud space fleet has been reduced to a theme restaurant, and the population’s only ambition is to catch all of their soaps. So when a mineral shortage triggers a planetwide crisis, it’s time to go where no squid has gone before: out of their comfort zone.

Light-years away, the people of Earth aren’t doing too well, either. The cavemen there are in constant danger of becoming extinct, whether it’s from the elements, oversized predators or their own poor table manners. Anyone with half a brain would want to get out of town. But there’s only one person on the planet who meets that requirement. He’s Cro, the first Cro-Magnon man in a world of Neanderthals, and he’s about to meet an alien race that’s truly ahead of their time.

Will Cro sell out his people for the sake of a good conversation? Does brains versus brawn really matter at the wrong end of a club? And how does an alien from another galaxy get an Irish accent? It’s ET vs BC in a comic culture clash!

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  • Print Length: 225 pages
  • Language: English
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Parker Moose is an award-winning writer and graphic artist. The award? Outstanding Newspaper Carrier, 1986. The third of seven children, he learned to eat quickly and share his Christmas presents at a very young age. Weaned on a steady pop culture diet of comic books, movies and video games, he has the mutant ability to cross-reference any actor’s movie appearances but once did not recognize his own boss in public.

He wishes he could write like Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett and draw like Bill Watterson. And, for good measure, that he had created Angry Birds. He lives in Northwest Indiana with his beautiful wife and two children who keep him sleep-deprived and inspired.

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In A Right State by Ben Ellis

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In A Right State by Ben Ellis

The Indie Book of the Day for 25th of October, 2014!

Genre: Literary, Humor

Your information is being sold. And guess who’s paying for it?

It’s 2066, and living in a country where big corporations are constantly undressing you with their spies isn’t much fun for Duncan. He remembers the days when information was protected, not sold to the highest bidder. When his illegal organic vegetable trade is discovered at the bottom of his garden in the town of Wigthorn, the tomatoes really hit the fan.

Amy works for Pharmara, the biggest pharmaceutical company in the UK, analysing user data. Yes, it’s as boring as it sounds but she believes a little corporate access to personal information is a small price to pay to live in a post-tax, post-carbon, post-poverty world.

After all, if you’ve got nothing to hide, you’ve got nothing to fear … right?

Poppy lives in Shaded Vale, a town rich enough to stay off the radar. Her father has some big plans to shake up the industrial power balance.

Thrown together by circumstance, Duncan, Amy and Poppy become tangled in a dangerous quest for truth with Pharmara Security hot on their heels. But if knowledge is power, how is it that those in power are such idiots?

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  • File Size: 2020 KB
  • Print Length: 248 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00LET3E8Q
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I’ve always been creative in my spare time.  As a teenager I used to write bad poetry, then learnt the guitar and wrote bad songs and when I’d finished dredging the depths of dullness I  got interested in writing.  Parallel with this creative outlet was an interest in philosophy, sparked by ‘Sophie’s World‘, and I completed an evening A-Level course in the subject in 1998.

When I was 28 I got a job (internet marketing) in the US and lived in Detroit and then Miami for over 3 years.  This opened my eyes to political, social and cultural differences between the US and UK, compelling me to think about writing a novel based on what I could see and ideas of how things might progress.  This resulted in ‘Railroaded’.

I’ve also written some short stories for some competitions and magazines which have been sent out.  When they come crawling back having failed miserably, I’ll put them online so you can see why.

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A Marquis For All Seasons by Renee Reynolds

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A Marquis For All Seasons by Renee Reynolds

The Indie Book of the Day for 8th of October, 2014!

Genre: Humor, Romance

She wants one more Season to pass without acquiring a husband. 

Lady Miranda Leighton accepts she will have to marry someday, but she wants one last Season to be mistress of her own life – to go where she wants, when she wants, with whomever she wants. The lure of one more adventure is nearly irresistible. Unfortunately, her family has run out of patience with her as she unintentionally loosely courts scandal. She needs a plan, and needs it quickly. 

He wants one more Season to pass without his mother harassing, debutantes stalking, or sanity deserting him. 

Roman de Courtenay, Marquis of Stafford, accepts he will have to marry someday, but his immediate focus is set on managing his estates, pacifying his family, and being otherwise left alone. The lure of saddling his horse and fleeing to the country is nearly irresistible. Unfortunately, his mother wants him to find his marchioness, produce an heir, and let her settle into an anticipated and comfortable life as a dowager. He needs a plan, and needs it quickly. 

Thus a lady and a lord with a similar problem hatch a mischievous scheme: to use each other as shields against marriage and the plans of their families, with a dance here and a meaningful look there. All goes well – for a time – until the constant company and camaraderie of their ruse give rise to some very real feelings. So what happens when you set out to fool society, but only end up fooling yourselves? 

A Marquis For All Seasons is Book 2 in The Lords of Oxford Series. Each book stands alone, but readers are cautioned that some aspects of the first book, Lord Love a Duke, are referenced.

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  • File Size: 2534 KB
  • Print Length: 350 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0692224602
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Rock Creek Publishing (May 13, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KBV5O40
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Author Renée Reynolds grew up all over the world as the daughter of a globe-trotting Marine father and spirited and supportive mother. Their family motto was you can never learn too much, travel too much, or talk too much.

She majored in majors in college, and after obtaining a host of degrees she decided not to use any of them and instead writes about what she cannot do – go back in time to dance at balls, flirt with lords, gentlemen, and scoundrels, and gallop unfashionably down Rotten Row during the most fashionable hour.

After dodging a few Collinses and Wickhams, Renée happily snared a Darcy. Her HEA turned out to be in Texas, where she resides with “the hubs, the kiddos, a boisterous menagerie of indoor and outdoor animals, and a yard of meticulously maintained weeds.” She has happily tagged on this addendum to the family motto: you can never read too much, too often, or too late at night.

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Kellie at Come-alive Cottage by Wendy Unsworth

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Kellie at Come-alive Cottage by Wendy Unsworth

The Indie Book of the Day for 21st of September, 2014!

Genre: Children’s, Humor

Aunt kitty is a very unusual witch – every time she waves her magic wand something goes wrong! Come-alive Cottage is full of Aunt Kitty’s gone – wrong spells, like the postman who has been turned into a Christmas elf, flowers that say ‘sniff me!’ and a watering can that gets grumpy when water goes up his spout!  And when her aunt starts making spells with snakes, Kellie Culpepper has to jump to the rescue! 

This is the first adventure for Kellie at Come-alive Cottage and there are plenty more to come! 

A fun, read-aloud story.

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  • File Size: 4915 KB
  • Print Length: 54 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1490543953
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FYQIVSI
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Wendy Unsworth was born and raised in Lincolnshire, England; her passions are her family, travel, beautiful gardens and reading and writing stories. Wendy lived in Ndola, Zambia and Nairobi, Kenya throughout the 1980’s and early ’90’s before returning to the U.K. to acclimatise back to the English weather in a Cornish cottage close to Bodmin Moor! The African continent has left a lasting impression; The Palaver Tree, her first novel in the Berriwood series is set in a fictional Central African country and Cornwall. At present Wendy is working on the second Berriwood novel, Beneathwood, re-introducing cameo characters from The Palaver Tree and telling their own individual story.

Wendy also enjoys writing for children. ‘Kellie at Come-alive Cottage’ is a fun, read-aloud story introducing Kellie Culpepper and her very unusual family who include explorers, a very silly aunt and a witch that can’t stop turning into a cat!

The next in the series, ‘Danger at Come-alive Cottage’, is now available in paperback and for Kindle.

‘Catastrophe at Come-alive Cottage’ is due for publication in June 2014.

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Finding Home by Jackie Weger

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Finding Home by Jackie Weger

The Indie Book of the Day for 14th of August, 2014!

Genre: Humor, Romance

Twenty-four year old Phoebe Hawley is on a quest to find her family a home. On the road with two siblings, twelve year-old Maydean and five year-old Willie-Boy, Phoebe is out of money, out of gas and out of patience. Now the only things she owns in abundance are Hawley backbone and Hawley pride–neither of which she can trade for food or gas. 

A collision with Gage Morgan puts Phoebe’s mission in even worse jeopardy–until Phoebe discovers Gage Morgan owns the perfect place for the Hawley clan. But! Gage Morgan has a bruised ego, a tight fist on his land and an iron fist on his heart and is the unlikeliest man in the universe to succumb to her schemes. Phoebe wields all of the pride, backbone and country smarts she owns to claim his home, plow his land and pilfer his heart. Nothing works. With time running against her family, she plies one last inducement—her scarce feminine wiles…Will it be enough? 

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  • File Size: 1922 KB
  • Print Length: 296 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jackie Weger; 2 edition (December 28, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00D7WKQRA
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An award-winning author, Jackie Weger has been writing romance novels off and on for thirty years. When she’s writing, she’s anchored in a tiny room with a desk, a chair and a cat. When not writing, blogging or chatting with fans, she’s traipsing around the Internet searching for recipes, but much prefers to travel the good earth by foot, bus, canoe, sloop, mule, train, plane or pickup–and let somebody else do the cooking. Jackie’s most popular book to date is The House on Persimmon Road. By popular demand The House on Persimmon Road is now available in paperback.

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Would You Marry A Farmer? by Lorna Sixsmith

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Would You Marry A Farmer? by Lorna Sixsmith

The Indie Book of the Day for 30th of July, 2014!

Genre: Humor, Parenting

Wondering what life might be like married to a farmer?  Looking for ten good reasons to marry a farmer?  Wondering what would be the best chat up lines by a farmer? 

Irish farmerette Lorna Sixsmith’s book ‘Would You Marry A Farmer?’ is a witty guide for anyone considering marrying or already married to a farmer. From a comparison of the farmer today to his predecessor, with complete instructions on how to find a good farmer, what you need to know when you start dating your farmer to tips on how to stay married to that farmer, it provides a realistic yet very funny look at life in farming. 

Described as a ‘beautifully produced book’ by Ryan Tubridy, and a ‘rich story’ by Rich Rennicks of A Trip To Ireland, this is more than a humourous look at Irish farming. 

Dee Sewell of Greenside Up described it as ‘capturing so much of what makes Ireland unique in a no-nonsense, honest to goodness fashion. If you’re looking to marry into the farming way of life or are just plain curious about what farmers do all day, you’ll be under no romantic illusions about this hard-working way of life once you’ve read the book.’

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  • File Size: 13412 KB
  • Print Length: 250 pages
  • Publisher: Write on Track Press; 1 edition (December 11, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00H9DW3JC
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Lorna Sixsmith is a dairy farmer, wife, mum to two children, social media consultant, enthusiastic blogger and an author. She lives in SE Ireland on a dairy and beef farm. Her book ‘Would You Marry A Farmer?’ was inspired by her blog post entitled ‘Advice to those considering marrying a farmer’ which became hugely popular. Preferring to see life as a ‘glass half-full’, her take on marrying a farmer concentrates on the humourous side of rural life. ‘Funny, historical, reflective, realistic, tongue-in-cheek, a pleasure to read’ are just some of the terms used to describe her first book. Lorna used to be a secondary school teacher and now teaches businesses how to use social media effectively. She is also a co-organiser of Blog Awards Ireland.

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Coco Pinchard, The Consequences of Love and Sex by Robert Bryndza

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Coco Pinchard, The Consequences of Love and Sex by Robert Bryndza

The Indie Book of the Day for 22nd of July, 2014!

Genre: Humor, Romance

Since Coco Pinchard found first husband Daniel in bed with another woman, she hasn’t just picked up the pieces: she’s now a best-selling author married to her hunky soul-mate Adam. She feels stronger and wiser and surely the second time round she’ll have learnt from her mistakes? 

But things aren’t going quite according to plan… Adam has lost his job, Coco’s grown-up son Rosencrantz seems to have derailed his life in spectacular fashion, and ex-mother-in-law Ethel keeps letting herself into the house thanks to an endless supply of spare keys. When literary agent Angie takes on Coco’s arch rival, the indomitable Regina Battenberg, it looks as though things can’t get any worse. And then Coco discovers she’s pregnant; at 44. 

Can she really go through it all again? Sleepless nights, stretch marks on top of stretch marks, and poo as a normal topic of conversation? 

The third and final book in Robert Bryndza’s bestselling series is a hilarious diary with Coco’s trademark wit and honesty, tracing the raging hormones and extraordinary twists that take her to motherhood for the second time. 

 

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  • Print Length: 351 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1499332394
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00K6J2VYI
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Robert Bryndza is a British born author and playwright. He originally trained as an actor and spent his twenties in London pursuing a career as a serious actor. He was about to give it all up and work in Insurance when a friend running a comedy club asked if he could help out and do something funny.

Branko and Branka: The Croatian Magic Sensation was born and became a cult hit on the London comedy circuit and then an even bigger hit at the Edinburgh Festival. Since then Rob has worked as a script doctor and comedy writer in Los Angeles and has written three novels, Lost In Crazytown, The Not So Secret Emails Of Coco Pinchard which is an Amazon Top 100 bestseller, and its follow up, Coco Pinchard’s Big Fat Tipsy Wedding.

Rob lives in Slovakia with his partner Ján and two dogs Ricky and Lola. As well as writing, Rob and Ján have just bought a small vineyard where they are learning all about winemaking and are eagerly awaiting their first batch of Chateau Bryndza.

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