I’m not sure many people would volunteer for the job of Death. It’s not an easy occupation, which involves collecting all of the souls of those who have perished. The list keeps growing, no matter how hard and fast he works. But it’s a job that Grim Alfonso Reaper takes seriously. Anthony Lund’s Grim Reaping, [...]
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Where’s Unimportant by Daniel Shortell: “Jack Addington is stuck. A carefree life wandering the globe has morphed into a monotonous existence working for an oppressive Manhattan-based software company peddling products which destroy the lives of decent people. Jack struggles through soul-sucking affairs with despotic executives and eccentric scientists by mentally projecting himself out of the [...]
By “controversial” I mean, “books I can’t imagine traditional publishers taking a risk on in this dicey economy.” Waiting for Karl Rove is one of those books. It’s irreverent satire, chock full of politically incorrect content, and the “characters” (aside from ourselves) are public figures, mainly in the political arena. Not to mention that it’s [...]
HOW TO TALK TO FAMOUS PEOPLE AND MAKE YOUR GRANDMA LAUGH A Randomly Organized Book About Life and Comedy Through a collection of humorous and random observations, “How to Talk to Famous People” is ready to shatter your comfort zone. Get ready to embark on a journey that finally reorganizes your passions in the right [...]
Where would we be if we couldn’t laugh in this world that is frequently too serious for its own good? One of the greatest gifts I’ve come to discover is how to laugh at and with myself. I’ve spent most of my life taking myself and things way too seriously. It’s wonderful to have a [...]