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Definition of the "Humor Genre": Ebooks in the Humor genre are usually jam-packed with fun and excitement, although they can also be a darker form of humor. These ebooks are typically shorter than works in other genres, as they hit on topics in more of a machine-gun style. They address a broad spectrum of issues, ranging from the authors' personal lives to commentary on society. They are typically very sarcastic and adeptly address a kaleidoscope of situations experienced by the authors.
Examples of some bestselling ebooks in the Humor genre are David Sedaris (Me Talk Pretty One Day), Amy Poehler (Yes Please), Randall Monroe (What If?), and Tina Fey (Bossypants).
Humanity needed a hero. It got a karaoke DJ.
Leo MacGavin is not the brightest specimen of humanity. But when he inadvertently rescues a flirty alien heiress, he’s promoted from second-rate lounge entertainer to captain of the galaxy’s most sophisticated cruise ship.
Before he can flee in terror, a human-hating executive gives Leo an ultimatum—complete the vessel’s maiden voyage or mankind’s last colony will be turned into a sewage dump. To make matters worse, a militant cyborg is undermining his authority, a giant spider is terrifying the passengers, and a sentient plant keeps stealing all the beer.
If Leo ever wants to see his home again, he’ll have to keep the guests happy through seven days of onboard antics and madcap shore excursions. As strange malfunctions tear the ship apart, can he hold his rag-tag crew together, or will he flush the last bastion of humanity down the crapper?
Galaxy Cruise: The Maiden Voyage is a hilarious science fiction comedy adventure for readers who love The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and Space Team. And moviegoers who love Galaxy Quest, Spaceballs, and Guardians of the Galaxy. And TV watchers who love Red Dwarf, Futurama, and The Orville. And people who basically just want to see The Love Boat on a spaceship.
Don’t get left on the spacedock! Grab this silly, madcap space caper now!
It's the year 2024. Mar-a-Lago has been destroyed by the Great Fire. Combing through the rubble, investigators make a startling discovery - the Diary of Donald J. Trump for the year 2024. Eloquently translated from Trump-speak into real English by a woke translator hired by the ex-President, these 87 diary entries contain the nuggets of wisdom that Trump was able to muster over the course of the year as he navigated political and personal challenges that he barely understood, let alone overcome.
Who knew he had such pithy wisdom to impart? Who knew he had the discipline to keep a diary? For that matter, who knew he could even write? Startling revelations, the challenges of everyday life, missing documents, Wordle, smoothies, running mates, harmonicas, it's all there - naked - for all to see in this unique political satire. Mark Twain meets Donald Trump in The Trump Diaries 2024.
The first client for two newbie funeral planners is a murdered biker. What could go wrong?
When millennial Aislin Fitzgerald’s professional life implodes, she does the only thing she can think of—she bolts for home. But, for Aislin, home is complicated. Her relationship with her grandmother Letty—her sole relative—is awkward and confrontational, and her hometown is filled with memories and people she has been avoiding her entire adult life.
It’s not all bad, though. A chance meeting with Aislin’s former best friend, Sarah, leads to a niche business opportunity. Noticing how entertained Letty is by attending funerals, they form a funeral planning business, the Goodbye Girls. But things get off to a rocky start when their first gig is for a murdered member of the local biker club, and the prime suspect disappears. While bodies stack up, tensions rise and drinks flow; Aislin and Sarah find themselves leagues out of their comfort zones.
As Aislin learns to navigate living under the same roof as her irascible and, as it turns out, lustful grandmother, she also learns to unclench, trust, and accept love in all shapes and sizes. The Goodbye Girls takes you on an entertaining adventure through the trials of friendship and love—and will have you putting the fun in funeral.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ From USA Today Bestselling Author Diana Orgain ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
A body has been dredged from the San Francisco Bay. Kate Connolly, pregnant and ready to pop, has reason to fear it may be her long lost brother-in-law. When a private investigator begins nosing around, Kate decides on a new career path. Battling sleep deprivation, diaper blowouts and breastfeeding mishaps she muddles through her own investigation, Mommy style:
1. Find Killer
2. Figure out hideous breast pump.
3. Avoid cranky cop.
4. S̵e̵n̵d̵ ̵o̵u̵t̵ Make birth announcements.
5. Buy pink paper for the birth announcements.
6. FIND KILLER
Family life has never been so exciting, but after Kate launches her own female detective agency, she may just get more than she bargained for. Full of suspense, this cozy is unputdownable!
"Engaging…[A] charming debut thriller.”--Publishers Weekly
"If you were expecting warm and cute you'll be mistaken. Fast-paced and fun, this book gives a true feel of the modern mom, trying to juggle motherhood and career (when that career happens to be solving crimes)."--Rhys Bowen, New York Times Bestselling Author
Clean read: no graphic violence, sex, or strong language.
Genre: humorous culinary cozy mysteries, cat cozy mystery series / women amateur sleuth / detective mystery
MATERNAL INSTINCTS MYSTERIES
“A provocative, tongue-in-cheek look at male-female relations.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Wholly inspired and brimming with satirical genius.” —The Booklife Prize
“MUST READ! A sidesplittingly hilarious and clever feminist sci fi novel about an AI housewife who gets rebooted and rebels against her programmed settings.” —Reedsy Discovery
In the near future, artificial intelligence will be in every home. Just imagine. You could have a charming womanoid do all your cooking and cleaning for you. That’s right. No more chores! This female robot can be your wife, a nanny to your kids, or just the live-in housekeeper. She will be whatever you want her to be. It’s all up to you.
Just set your user preferences.
But first, this amazing technology has to pass alpha testing.
One robot woman, Cookie Rifkin, keeps failing. She needs to figure out how to control her anxiety, but her husband set her restrictions too low for her to learn. He just wants a pleasure model, but she keeps fighting her programming.
Will this ai fembot ever fulfill her potential?
Or will Cookie’s story end in another fatal error?
At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Trump on Trial...
Justice moves slowly in real life. If you're tired of waiting, read on.
From Athens to Atlanta, from Kyiv to Washington, this unique political satire by the three-time award-winning author of Oh Daddy Chronicles puts Trump squarely where he belongs – in the courtroom. Obstruction of justice? Check. Election interference? Check. Crimes against humanity? Check and double-check.
You won't believe the defenses he raises. Something about Franz Schubert? Ethnic restaurants? Putting an N-95 mask over bone spurs? And isn't that Judge Judy behind the bench for one of the trials? Yep, it sure is.
You'll love laughing out loud and raising your fist triumphantly in the air, because who doesn't like happy endings. Get it now.
Suspense! Murder! Tea breaks! In this hilarious historical satire, H. R. Huxtable sets out to rescue a beleaguered British outpost in Africa. Despite oppressive jungle, cannibals, one oversexed female, and his own unhinged troops, he will succeed. Er ... won't he?
We Must Save Jepson! is a satirical romp through the Victorian era of exploration and expansion, wherein our hero discovers hitherto unknown depths of character despite the self-satisfied arrogance of his age.
Best-selling author Michael Reisig has probably produced more profound, profane, and proverbial quotes than nearly any other writer in his class, and the following effort here, is really a wonderful, definitive collection of … Reisig… and his thirteen-book “Road to Key West” series. For the price of an order of french fries you can buy a ebook view of island life here -- a few hours of Caribbean island-hopping insight in the form of clever quotes by the remarkable Rufus the Rastaman, as well as those from a gathering of other great authors, adventurers, and entertainers. All of which will make you nod your head with understanding or laugh out loud in pleasure, with nearly every page… As you walk along The Road To Key West...
As Rufus would say: Sometimes you're the wind, and sometimes you're the sails...
Cool Runnings, mon
Looking for the gift that will have you and the kids laughing out loud each day? Then keep reading…
Knock knock jokes have become loved all around the world, and this book of over 365 kid friendly jokes provides the witty wordplay every day for great fun that the whole family can enjoy.
With an array of hilarious puns, silly gags, and laugh out loud tummy ticklers, this book has knock knock jokes for every day of the year (including leap years), and jokes for specific days throughout the year too.
Whether you’re looking for a great birthday gift or a road trip companion, a present for dad to build up his dad joke collection, or a compact sidekick for your kids to share funny jokes with their friends, this knock knock book is the quick antidote to boredom.
What you can expect from A Knock Knock Joke A Day.
Perfect for kids aged 6-12 to read, and ready to be enjoyed by those much older, this book is written by the dads at DaddiLife – the leading platform for modern day dads.
✔️ Silly gags and puns, everyday: have the kids, their friends, and the whole family laughing out loud with riotous snorts through witty knee slappers such as:
For cheese a jolly good fellow!
Early Tibet and early to rise!
Baking some cookies in there? Smells delicious!
✔️ Sharpen your joke telling: expert tips on how to deliver a knock knock joke so you’ll have your audience on their knees with laughter.
✔️ Knock knock jokes for specific days of the year: beyond just Christmas and the usual events, we’ve also got knock knock jokes for special occasions such as Star Wars Day, National Pizza Day, National Play Outside Day, and many many more – see if you can spot them all!
This book doesn’t just have lots of knock knock jokes for kids, it’s a trusted source of laugh out loud comedy that will keep the whole family’s spirits in a positive mood every day of the year. And it’s great for helping early readers too!
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What do you have when you blend a pinch of litrpg, a touch of farming simulator, a sprinkle of epic fantasy, a whole cup of Isekai, and a dash of Home Alone?
You have Arnold’s life.
Accidentally murdered by a cleric in another universe during a botched resurrection, Arnold, a semi-pro gamer, wakes upon an altar to find himself incarnated into the overweight body of a farmer who could have been his fatter twin. He’s not the hero. He’s not the villain. He’s certainly not the chosen one who is there to save the world. He’s a clerical error.
It could be a bad joke, but apparently, it happens so often that they have a standard procedure for returning you. That standard procedure doesn't apply to Arnold.
Now stuck on a new earth, in a new universe, with no way home, Arnold must use his gaming skills to figure out how to level his farmer class to 100 and gain a second class which doesn't make him want to beat his head against the wall. There is just one small problem: farmers don't gain experience from killing monsters. Like at all.
Follow Arnold on his hilarious journey as he stubbornly comes to grips with his new reality and tries to change his destiny from that of your typical farmer.
A humorist and honest look at a life in public service.
For most of us, librarians are the quiet people behind the desk, who, apart from the occasional "shush," vanish into the background.
But in Quiet, Please, McSweeney's contributor Scott Douglas puts the quirky caretakers of our literature front and center. With a keen eye for the absurd and a Kesey-esque cast of characters (witness the librarian who is sure Thomas Pynchon is Julia Roberts's latest flame), Douglas takes us where few readers have gone before.
Punctuated by his own highly subjective research into library history-from Andrew Carnegie's Gilded Age to today's Afghanistan-Douglas gives us a surprising (and sometimes hilarious) look at the lives which make up the social institution that is his library.
This 10th Anniversary Edition includes nearly 100 pages of added content (including a new forward and afterward).
In this charming romantic comedy perfect for fans of Meg Cabot and Sophie Kinsella, critically acclaimed author Teri Wilson shows us that sometimes being pushed out of your comfort zone leads you to the ultimate prize.
Charlotte Gorman loves her job as an elementary school librarian, and is content to experience life through the pages of her books. Which couldn’t be more opposite from her identical twin sister. Ginny, an Instagram-famous beauty pageant contestant, has been chasing a crown since she was old enough to enunciate the words world peace, and she’s not giving up until she gets the title of Miss American Treasure. And Ginny’s refusing to do it alone this time.
She drags Charlotte to the pageant as a good luck charm, but the winning plan quickly goes awry when Ginny has a terrible, face-altering allergic reaction the night before the pageant, and Charlotte suddenly finds herself in a switcheroo the twins haven’t successfully pulled off in decades.
Woefully unprepared for the glittery world of hair extensions, false eyelashes, and push-up bras, Charlotte is mortified at every unstable step in her sky-high stilettos. But as she discovers there’s more to her fellow contestants than just wanting a sparkly crown, Charlotte realizes she has a whole new motivation for winning.
7% of American adults believe that chocolate milk comes from brown cows! You don’t believe me? Then keep reading…
This fact sounds too absurd to be true, right? But according to the Innovation Center of U.S. Dairy, 16.4 million people don’t know that chocolate milk is milk, cocoa and sugar.
Fun facts like this one are perfect conversation starters. Nobody likes to be in an awkward moment of silence where everyone is just sitting at the table and doesn’t know what to talk about.
That’s exactly when your trivia knowledge comes to play. Impress your friends with some insane facts, and you will find yourself in a heavy discussion within a few seconds.
Not only will you feel like the smartest person in the room, but also will everyone be excited to enjoy your company as you always know something interesting to talk about.
No worries, Funtastic! contains enough conversation material about different areas of our life (animals, space, language, earth, nature, humans, money, food, records, sports, laws…) to chat for hours and hours.
In this book, you’ll discover:
… and much more
A day without laughter is a day wasted. -Charlie Chaplin
Studies have shown that having fun reduces stress, boosts your energy, improves your memory, helps for sounder sleep and creates other positive patterns. This book is for everyone who wants a more enjoyable life, even if they normally don’t like reading.
So if you want to have a funnier life instantly, then scroll up and click the “Buy now with 1-Click” button now!
Unleash dads’ ultimate superpower with a terribly good dad joke for EVERYDAY of the year!
Can A Dad Joke A Day keep the doctor away? Perhaps not. But a dad joke in the right hands can keep the kids and family on their toes, as well as their eyes firmly rolled.
In this book from DaddiLife Books – written by one of the leading platforms for modern day fathers, there is a different dad joke everyday, with some especially groan worthy tummy ticklers on specific calendar days of the year (see if you can spot them all).
What this book of dad jokes will help you do:
If you want to arm Dad with everything he needs on his ultimate mission - joining the Dad Joke Hall of Fame – then click the Add to Cart button.
"A pitch-perfect romcom that will make you a little love drunk." -On The Shelf Reviews
“So much fun. I LOVED this book!”– Becky Monson, USA Today Bestselling Author
"A riot of witty banter."-The Eclectic Review
"I defy anyone to read this without laughing." -Melanie's Reads
Ivy needs a miracle and a drink—not necessarily in that order. What she doesn’t need is Ted Jacobs, aka Mr. Know-it-All. She’s determined to save her struggling winery, but she can do it without the annoyingly handsome man’s help, thank you very much.
Ted wants to catch lightning in a bottle and create the world’s greatest wine, but he’s smart enough to know he can’t do it alone. When he heads to Napa Valley to keep his grandma from ending up in jail (don’t ask), he meets Ivy Dobbs, the world’s most stubborn woman. Fine, she’s beautiful and as intoxicating as his award-winning cabernet, but she stomps on his offer to collaborate.
Ted knows it’s risky to mix business with pleasure, but if Ivy would only listen, they might just be the toast of the town.
She's just his secretary…until he needs someone on his arm to convince his mother that he can take over the family business. Then Callie becomes Dawson's girlfriend—but just in his text messages…but maybe she'll start to worm her way into his shriveled heart too.
Dawson Houser makes sure everyone who comes into the office knows I'm "just his secretary."
Heck, I've even said it to suppliers and CEOs when they smile knowingly at the two of us during business meetings. He scowls and grumps around the office afterward, as if the two of us dating is the most ridiculous thing on the planet.
Dawson can handle them. I can handle them—and him too, once they leave. And he's no picnic, let me tell you.
Who can't we handle?
When Lila Houser comes to town with her faux furs and fashion sunglasses, she only has one question for her spoiled rotten son: When are you going to get married, Dawson, darling?
I expect him to laugh and tell her he's never getting married. I mean, I've heard those exact words come out of his mouth.
Instead, he pulls me to his side and says, "Maybe sooner than you think, Mother."
Oh, that Lila Houser can make a woman feel two inches tall with a simple up-down look. I think I'm a pretty good catch...no matter what my last three boyfriends say.
When Lila says, "I thought Callie was just your secretary," I suddenly want to prove her dead wrong...
Get ready to laugh out loud in this hilarious, sweet workplace romantic comedy! The romance is clean, the jokes witty, and the office grump swoon-worthy. Read today!
If it weren't so funny, it would be serious, very serious. The corporate world is gripped by a virus of bad behaviour. The corporate psychopaths have taken over.
Disgusting, selfish and downright mean behaviour is dressed and camouflaged as acceptable. We have gone to the dark side. The pressure of delivering year-in-year-out on the undeliverable has made it easier to disguise, but only for a short while, as karma reigns in those guilty. What has happened to the good guys, the standard-bearers of normality, decency and honesty? They are out there, plugging away, day in day out, fighting the good fight in the right way of course.
Let us not despair, let us look for our champions like Max Clarke as he goes head to head, chapter by chapter, in this mockumentary, a true confession of all sorts, as he takes on the psychopaths of big corporations and expose their rearguard and senselessness. The game is corporate snakes and ladders in a journey of witty confrontations, settling each score one by one at corporation Klink.
Corporate Psycho is a satirical expose of a business enterprise and organisation of people coming together in their pursuit of dominance, fame, success and greed. It comes at the expense of decent colleagues, ethical values and the fabric of the organisation and what it originally stood for.
Get your copy of this two-hour read and laugh away, as you will never see your workplace in the same way again!
When London schoolteacher George Nearly wakes up one Sunday morning to find a dishevelled young woman sprawled on his living-room rug, claiming to be a princess, his plans for a peaceful day at home recovering from his 39th birthday party disappear faster than a French monarch's head in a revolution. And when the feisty royal accuses George of kidnapping her, his very ordinary life is turned completely upside down, as the party princess takes root in his apartment, causes royal waves among his friends and family, and demands to go walkabout on the streets of London.
It’s blue-blooded comedy by unofficial royal appointment in this hilarious, and often surreal, regal romp that's packed with majestic mystery, aristocratic intrigue and Great British humour. Guaranteed to raise a laugh from Balmoral to Buckingham Palace!
The first novel in the Royally Funny Books series
This very British comedy novel is the first in a series starring reluctant hero George Nearly, the unpredictable Princess Araminta of Essex (‘Minty’ to her friends) and a host of other quirky characters – all of whom make Mad King George seem like a perfectly sane individual. Royals and commoners collide with comical consequences in these uniquely English adventures that will bring a smile to the faces of even the grumpiest gargoyles at Windsor Castle.
What the Amazon reviews say:
◆ “Absolutely sidesplittingly hilarious! I could not put this book down and read it in one sitting!”
◆ “This is a book that had me laughing from the first page. I found the writing style an absolute joy to read.”
◆ “The book is funny. British humor at its finest. The characters are relatable. You feel like you know them and are part of the story.”
◆ “I really enjoyed this book! The humour is fantastic and Paul Mathews absolutely nails the banter between the characters.”
◆ “Just down right ridiculously funny.”
This is Part 1 of a 4 part novel about a woman born in the backwoods in1900. In those days, women couldn’t vote, drink in public, or speak their minds outside of their homes. Most women anyway, but one thing for sure, Margaret Rose Nolan, wasn’t most women. Born into north Appalachian's piedmont, she knew what she wanted, and it wasn’t to live in the backwoods of Alabama surrounded by poverty and ignorance. She didn't care what women were supposed to do or what others thought of her; she followed a single-minded purpose -- create opportunities for the things she desired. If getting what she wanted required manipulating men, then that was too bad for them. It wasn’t her fault men liked her, but she used it and used it well. In those days, women called her a Jezebel. She called them ignorant. She moved from moonshine to champagne, from rowboats to cruise ships, from foolish foothill suitors to society's elite, usually at the expense of others, even her own children.
Pat Conroy, my first cousin, and I spent time in our grandmother’s ‘big house’ in Atlanta. Pat and I traveled together to Piedmont, Alabama, to research our family history. I spent many summers visiting with the people who knew Margaret when she was young. Much later in life, our ailing grandmother came to live with my wife and me for more than a year. She regaled us with tales of her life. This book is a fictionalized account of her life. She lived the life as told, but just like her, the story has to have some lies and exaggerations, or it wouldn’t be our grandmother.
Honey, these are not your momma’s grannies…
When Lillian Summer Fairview’s husband up and dies on her, it leaves the last living member of the most prestigious family in Summer Shoals, Georgia, in a hot mess. While Lil was busy being a proper Southern lady, Harlan squandered dang near the whole family fortune on lottery tickets. To keep her financial skeletons in the closet and give him a decent burial, Lil made a deal that has now landed her in prison.
Desperate to keep her troubles a secret and the family estate from falling down while she pays her debt to society, Lil entrusts Summer Haven’s care to her best friend, Maggie, who recruits two more over-fifty ladies to live at Summer Haven and help keep it afloat.
But when Maggie discovers that Lil’s restitution is ten times the amount she “borrowed” from the federal government, she’s convinced Lil has taken the fall for someone else’s crime. And these gals will use every trick in their little-old-lady bags to prove it.