Category: Humor

  • Funtastic! 507 Fantastic Fun Facts

    Funtastic! 507 Fantastic Fun Facts

    7% of American adults believe that chocolate milk comes from brown cows! 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…

  • A Dad Joke A Day

    A Dad Joke A Day

    Over 365 of the best, most exceedingly cringeworthy dad jokes for kids. Are you ready to take your dad-joke game to the next level? How about a dad joke for every day of the year to create some truly cringeworthy eye rolls across the family!? With A Dad Joke A Day you’ll get: – A…

  • Loose Limericks

    Loose Limericks



    A collection of almost 130 original limericks with the accent very much on the comic, the absurd and the outrageous. A series of characters find themselves in a range of weird and wacky situations with things never going quite according to plan. Such is life! The limericks are designed to amuse, entertain and raise a…

  • Seeing The Grocery Store Through Seinfeld Eyes

    Seeing The Grocery Store Through Seinfeld Eyes

    Like humor books? Enjoy Seinfeld? Giddy up! You’ll enjoy this 99-cent Amazon Countdown Deal for the outrageous celebration of the 30th anniversary of TV’s greatest sitcom. Award-winning author R. Scott Murphy spotlights the yada, yada, yada gang’s madcap characters, catchphrases and curiosities. Try your hand at Seinfeld trivia, rank your favorite episodes, grab a Seinfeld…

  • Books Have Feelings Too

    Books Have Feelings Too

    “A delightful book… I laughed out loud” DAVID ARNOLD Composer & Conductor Royal Philharmonic, London & BBC Philharmonic Jeff Chegwin follows on from the success of the award-winning international seller Dare to Win’ with this very different unique fun and humorous illustrated read. FREE eBook From February 26 – 28, 2021

  • Friends and Neighbours

    Friends and Neighbours

    Friends and Neighbours – a heart-warming journey of self-discovery Jenny is grief stricken due to the loss of her best friend. Her side gig as a Marie Osmond impersonator is only making matters worse, amplifying her loneliness. When newlyweds move in next door, she hopes that the woman over the fence will become a new…

  • Unexpectedly Stellar

    Unexpectedly Stellar

    “A delicious romcom. as funny as Bridget Jones’s Diary” Andrew Davies, screenwriter for Bridget Jones’s Diary Laugh-out-loud debut novel, this romantic comedy is the perfect read for 2020 Forgive Verb: to stop feeling angry or bitter towards someone who has done something wrong or made a mistake Easier said than done. Betrayal comes in all…

  • Pottery for Beginners

    Pottery for Beginners

    Pottery for Beginners. A night class, a way to meet new people, try new skills, have some fun perhaps? God knows Ruth needed an injection of fun into her grey, stale world, but she hadn’t expected her own shattered life to be inextricably woven into the strange, colourful lives of the other students. She would…

  • We Must Save Jepson! (A Novella)

    We Must Save Jepson! (A Novella)

    Cannibals and lions and murder – oh my! Intrepid librarian H. R. Huxtable and his column of misfits are out to save Jepson’s beleaguered British outpost in central Africa—battling rock-strewn rivers, bloody jungle, hungry cannibals, and each other. His toad-witted captains are slaves to drink. The only female member of the expedition is on a…

  • Maniacs At The Mainframe

    Maniacs At The Mainframe



    It’s ten thirty at night. A gorilla with a security pass and a banana arrives at work, followed by Idi Amin, Donald Duck, Clint Eastwood, a dolphin, and the front and rear ends of a horse. Welcome to the night shift at the mainframe. If you work there it will help if you like a…