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I Was In Love With a Short Man Once – Kimberly Dalferes

Have you ever wondered if the life of the woman standing next to you in the checkout line is as weird as yours? Could it be possible you’re trapped in a bizarre reality show, where the object of the game is to get the crazy lady to flip out just one more time? If so, this book confirms you are in good company. “I Was In Love With a Short Man Once” is a collection of stories written from the perspective of a crazy Southern ...

Diary of a Single Wedding Planner – Violet Howe

Wedding planner Tyler Warren left heartbreak behind when she ran away from her small Southern hometown and started a new life in a big city. Years later, she wants to believe in the fairy-tale endings her job promotes, but the clients she meets day after day seem to be more “Crazily Ever After” than “Happily Ever After.” Meanwhile, her own attempts at romance play out as bizarre comedies rather than love stories, and she’s starting to think Prince Charming either fell off his horse or ...

Funny You Should Ask (Life Without a Field Guide Book 1) – Lill Hawkins

Being secular homeschoolers in a small town in Maine isn’t easy. Drifts of doom. Frost heaves from Hades. Maine isn’t for the fainthearted, but it can be hilarious, almost hysterical at times. Luckily, Lill, Geekdaddy, Son, and Daughter are usually able to overcome almost anything – even lovesick porcupines and hunters that shoot at anything with four legs, including lawn furniture – without losing their senses of humor. Does Daughter have Dramatic Fever or is it a case of the Instamatic Flu? Why is Son ...



Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand – Helen Simonson

You are about to travel to Edgecombe St. Mary, a small village in the English countryside filled with rolling hills, thatched cottages, and a cast of characters both hilariously original and as familiar as the members of your own family. Among them is Major Ernest Pettigrew (retired), the unlikely hero of Helen Simonson’s wondrous debut. Wry, courtly, opinionated, and completely endearing, Major Pettigrew is one of the most indelible characters in contemporary fiction, and from the very first page of this remarkable novel he will ...

Secrets, Lies and Champagne Highs – Jeanette Hubbard

On a crisp winter mid-afternoon, Claudie O’Brien finds herself parked in her BMW with some old pills, a bottle of champagne, and no reason to keep on living. When an accident occurs in Claudie’s attempt to take her own life, she finds herself rescued by Peter, a local vice principal turned tow truck driver. In Secrets, Lies and Champagne Highs, written by first-time novelist Jeanette Hubbard, readers follow Claudie’s journey to Sisters, Oregon, having moved into the remodeled garage of Peter, his two sweet kids, ...



How To Be Single – Liz Tuccillo

It’s the most annoying question and they just can’t help asking you. You’ll be asked it at family gatherings, weddings, and on first dates. And you’ll ask yourself far too often. It’s the question that has no good answer. It’s the question that when people stop asking it, makes you feel even worse: Why are you single? On a brisk October morning in New York, Julie Jenson, a single thirty-eight-yearold book publicist, is on her way to work when she gets a hysterical phone call ...

Brick Lane East-end Pub-share – Stephanie Harte

Brick Lane East-end pub-share… will make you laugh, cry and cower at the same time • Q: What do you get if you have eight people and a dog living above a derelict pub and a womanising, chain-smoking property landlord that doesn’t give a flying…fig..? • A: Absolute mayhem ! Everyday life at its worst and best. After leaving college and university, our interesting tribe never imagined they’d be living with more complete strangers. Let alone become an eight strong, extended alternative family… Take a behind-the-scenes ...

The Vigilance Committee – David Lawrence Palm

A group of college students form a committee dedicated to eradicating anything they find disagreeable or unpleasant in this satire of political correctness run amok. Blue Jade Toole spent his whole life being beaten down by snide comments, opinions he disagreed with and people refusing to celebrate the mere fact of his physical existence. When he goes to college he finds a group of students who have experienced the same thing and who are determined to make it stop. Blue Jade teams with them and ...