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Surviving Motherhood: The Baby Years, Lindsay Pratt

Humor & Satire, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships

Journal your way to maternal sanity! There is nothing better than being a mother but, let’s be honest, there are days when it takes every ounce of willpower you have, not to just check yourself into the nearest psychiatric facility (at least there, someone else does all the cooking, cleaning and laundry). But, whether you’re scrubbing your … Read more

The Peculiar Life of a Lonely Postman, Denis Thériault

Contemporary Fiction, Humor & Satire, Literature & Fiction, Romance

Bilodo lives a solitary daily life, routinely completing his postal rounds every day and returning to his empty Montreal apartment. But he has found a way to break the cycle—Bilodo has taken to stealing people’s mail, steaming open the envelopes, and reading the letters inside. And so it is he comes across Ségolène’s letters. She … Read more

Paper Maps, No Apps, Johnny Welsh

Humor & Satire, NonFiction, Travel & Travel Guide

What starts off as a dare turns into a social experiment that becomes a way of life. A young couple creates a fun way to stay connected by disconnecting. Unplugging the phones and being present are the rules. This travel adventure quickly turns into a self-deprecating comedy about bad smartphone habits. Chance encounters and characters … Read more

Life Lessons from Grandpa and His Chicken Coop, Jacob Paul Patchen

Humor & Satire, NonFiction, Parenting & Relationships

Love is superior, family is mighty, and we were put here, not for ourselves, but for each other. These are the core values that were passed down to me from my grandfather. Don’t chase the chickens because one day one might just chase you back, beer is more than just a breakfast drink, and do … Read more

The Crowd and the Merrimack, Bryce Ian

Humor & Satire, Literature & Fiction

Conrad O’Connor has created a careful regimen to guarantee his social status and not make any waves at his small town high school. However, when an old friend calls him out to the bridge one night, Conrad’s routine is forever shaken. As his friend’s decision ripples through their community, it becomes the catalyst for a … Read more

The Gift of the Quoxxel, Richard Titus

Fantasy, Humor & Satire, Literature & Fiction

What would you do if you were the monarch of aperfect, tropical paradise without a care in theworld? Well, King Norr would like to leave, andalways has. “Where else but Nibb?” his subjects wouldcontend. Venturing away from Nibb was only inviting misery and “haddock.” Nevertheless, the King was intent to experiencethe world beyond his shores and … Read more

Life in the Hollywood Lane, Ann Crawford

Humor & Satire, Literature & Fiction, Women's Fiction

Trish, an LA actor, is bereft with guilt after her best friend commits suicide. Glamorous yet tough-as-nails Hollywood is Trish’s backdrop and a reflection of her life as she stumbles on through an actor’s life of casting calls and premieres, rejection and acceptance. Slowly Trish releases the idea of how her life should be and … Read more