Genres : Humor
PLAYING HORSESHOES WITH ALIENS by John Parker
Three UFO buffs unexpectedly find themselves fighting off thugs in a strange contest. Their intergalactic host is a gnome-shaped glitter lover of his own cowboy-cool—alien-modified. His outer space fan base, lovers of cowboy attire and...
Secrets, Lies and Rhubarb Pies by David Beeley
Wath Mill Allotments in the Derbyshire town of Newhill are under threat from a housing development. Plot holders must unite to save their tranquil haven, but each have their own dark secrets, conflicts and fears...
Memoir of a man’s life and lessons learned, told through funny anecdotes and slightly fictionalized stories.
Happily Ever After by Charlie Peters
A princess, an alcoholic vampire, and a honey badger walk into a bar. Actually, it was more of a stumbling out of one. Let's start from the beginning...
Sidney Special enjoys playing with words nearly as much as football. A manager by accident, he now faces the biggest challenge of his 20-year career. Favourites to go down, his newly promoted side, have 38...
Fries and Alibis: Paranormal Cozy Mystery (Mitzy Moon Mysteries Book 1) by Trixie Silvertale
A gift that’s too good to be true. A murder she didn’t commit. A barista in a latte trouble…Mitzy Moon believes she’s an orphan, so she’s dumbstruck when a special delivery to her low-rent apartment...
Much Ado about Barbecue by Sally Kilpatrick
Emma Sutton promised herself three things: she would never move back to Ellery, never work in the family barbecue restaurant, and never have anything to do with Ben Cates ever again. Losing her job and...
Owl I Want for Witchmas is Hoo: A Wonky Inn Christmas Cozy Mystery Special by Jeannie Wycherley
It’s another cruel Yule for our favourite wonky inn proprietor.Her owl familiar, Mr Hoo, has gone missing.Our Alf can’t face the thought of festive frolics without her feathered friend, so she embarks on a frantic...
Is love the most revolutionary of all acts? In this wide-ranging collection of twelve short stories, a startling array of characters explore their perspectives on love. The stories sweep from sharp realism to heady...
Living in Cleveland With the Ghost of Joseph Stalin by Marc Sercomb
It’s the summer of 1953. Calvin Jefferson Coolidge is thirteen years old when the ghost of Joseph Stalin appears to him in his Aunt Evelyn’s cluttered Cleveland attic and wants to dictate his memoirs to...