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By Ken Willidau
Written for people who are absolutely no help to themselves whatsoever, Buy This Book and You Won’t Be Hurt contains more than 2,500 jokes and one-liners that offers readers one way to see how someone else copes with their issues you have with yourself.

Willidau tries to help himself by helping others since they’ve only really been the problem for him and he’s hoping that what goes around comes around in full. Ken Willidau’s philosophy is that if he can help one person, he knows he’s probably solved one of his own problems, too. So it’s double self-help. How much more do you losers need before its just embarassing to everyone. Everyone. And, if you can be helped the odds are in his favour he will be, too.

Chapters try to save the reader from themselves for the time it takes to read them, anyway. Among them the realization and acceptance that, “Life is Taking You on a Trip to Nowhere”, “Vanity, Thy Name is I”, “In a Nutshell, You’re Nuts”, “You’re Only Human”, “You’re Being Stupid to Think You’re Not” and “Grinning and Bearing It” make the day one that’s not as hopeless when it is over than when it began. The time is spent with a healthy helping of jokes using wit, dark humour, tongue-in-cheek, shots at you gentle reader, plays on words and double entendre humour. Spending your time with Ken may not help all your problems but it kept you away from making them worse for a while now that you see how really crazy life can be.

Buy This Book and You Won’t Be Hurt is the perfect read for those days when you’re as far away from perfect as you can possibly get and any help you can get would be a big one. Self-help yourself.

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By Ken Willidau
Written for people who are absolutely no help to themselves whatsoever, Buy This Book and You Won’t Be Hurt contains more than 2,500 jokes and one-liners that offers readers one way to see how someone else copes with their issues you have with yourself.

Willidau tries to help himself by helping others since they’ve only really been the problem for him and he’s hoping that what goes around comes around in full. Ken Willidau’s philosophy is that if he can help one person, he knows he’s probably solved one of his own problems, too. So it’s double self-help. How much more do you losers need before its just embarassing to everyone. Everyone. And, if you can be helped the odds are in his favour he will be, too.

Chapters try to save the reader from themselves for the time it takes to read them, anyway. Among them the realization and acceptance that, “Life is Taking You on a Trip to Nowhere”, “Vanity, Thy Name is I”, “In a Nutshell, You’re Nuts”, “You’re Only Human”, “You’re Being Stupid to Think You’re Not” and “Grinning and Bearing It” make the day one that’s not as hopeless when it is over than when it began. The time is spent with a healthy helping of jokes using wit, dark humour, tongue-in-cheek, shots at you gentle reader, plays on words and double entendre humour. Spending your time with Ken may not help all your problems but it kept you away from making them worse for a while now that you see how really crazy life can be.

Buy This Book and You Won’t Be Hurt is the perfect read for those days when you’re as far away from perfect as you can possibly get and any help you can get would be a big one. Self-help yourself.

FORMAT: Hardcover
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By Ken WIllidau

Written for people who are trying to be what they’re wearing but don’t have the same taste in clothes that other people would like, Clothes Really Do Make the Man contains more than 2,500 jokes and one-liners that offers readers ways they can fashion their own lives into a stylish ensemble that will make them model citizens to everyone they want to meet or didn’t want to, anyway.



Willidau has patterned a writing style that sews together all the designs he’s modeled for his life. Ken Willidau’s philosophy is that looking it is as good as being it if people don’t look past that to see the truth that lies within. Willidau fashions himself in a manner that will leave even the most formally dressed person as a casual giggling mess. And you’ll be put in stitches, too.



Chapters attempt to design a whole person from the clothes he has chosen to show off as his interpretation of himself for others to determine what it is for them to be seeing. Among them, “Mittens on Strings”, “Hand-Me-Down Jeans”, “Tie-Dyed T-shirt”, “Flood Pants”, “Balaclava” and “Thinking Cap” are just part of the complete outfit that make the whole man. The walk down the runway is spent with a patchwork of jokes using wit, dark humour, jokes that will knock your socks off, tongue-in-cheek, jokes needling you gentle reader, plays on words and double entendre humour. Spending your day with Ken will make you look at yourself differently no matter what you think others are seeing for themselves.



Clothes Really Do Make the Man provides the perfect cover for those days you want to look like someone who, obviously, reads books and not whatever that is you’re wrapped up in now that you’ve made yourself a slave to fashion to just be read like that yourself. Let’s wear a book out.


FORMAT: Softcover
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By Ken WIllidau

Written for people who are trying to be what they’re wearing but don’t have the same taste in clothes that other people would like, Clothes Really Do Make the Man contains more than 2,500 jokes and one-liners that offers readers ways they can fashion their own lives into a stylish ensemble that will make them model citizens to everyone they want to meet or didn’t want to, anyway.



Willidau has patterned a writing style that sews together all the designs he’s modeled for his life. Ken Willidau’s philosophy is that looking it is as good as being it if people don’t look past that to see the truth that lies within. Willidau fashions himself in a manner that will leave even the most formally dressed person as a casual giggling mess. And you’ll be put in stitches, too.



Chapters attempt to design a whole person from the clothes he has chosen to show off as his interpretation of himself for others to determine what it is for them to be seeing. Among them, “Mittens on Strings”, “Hand-Me-Down Jeans”, “Tie-Dyed T-shirt”, “Flood Pants”, “Balaclava” and “Thinking Cap” are just part of the complete outfit that make the whole man. The walk down the runway is spent with a patchwork of jokes using wit, dark humour, jokes that will knock your socks off, tongue-in-cheek, jokes needling you gentle reader, plays on words and double entendre humour. Spending your day with Ken will make you look at yourself differently no matter what you think others are seeing for themselves.



Clothes Really Do Make the Man provides the perfect cover for those days you want to look like someone who, obviously, reads books and not whatever that is you’re wrapped up in now that you’ve made yourself a slave to fashion to just be read like that yourself. Let’s wear a book out.


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By Dick Maltzman

In 1951, as tensions escalate on the Korean Peninsula, a Stanford freshman who prefers a dry ship to a wet foxhole, and who has a ferocious fear of flying, joins the Stanford NROTC on the promise of a Marine Colonel that he never has to fly in the Navy. The Colonel of course meant fly like at the controls of an airplane. Our young hero thought he meant fly like in an airplane. And thus began the hysterical adventures of he who didn’t want to fly but ended up in the air.

Four years later, he is commissioned an ensign after graduating from Stanford and completing two years of law school. He then receives orders for Japan and nervously boards a cargo plane, beginning an unforgettable adventure to keep America safe for democracy with a laugh a minute. When Dick finally arrives on his assigned ship, the USS Oriskany, he is appointed temporary legal officer and even more temporarily, a lieutenant commander. In the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean, he handles legal cases, makes new friends, and learns how to survive life on an aircraft carrier. His adventures eventually lead him to the girl of his dreams, literally, and onto the deck of the USS Lake Champlain where more hysterical and some very moving events await.

Carrier Daze shares tales of a naïve naval officer’s entertaining adventures on the water and beyond as he serves his country and becomes a man.


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By Ken Willidau
Written for people who have too much on their plate to make their food for thought into what they’re trying to grow into themselves, Being My Own Recipe For Disaster contains a feast of over 2,500 jokes and one-liners that are served up to satisfy the hungriest appetite with an all-you-can-eat buffet that will leave you full of himself, too.

Willidau has cooked up his own special concoction of ingredients that will leave even the driest person salivating over what’s inside, themselves. Ken’s philosophy is that if you want to be jolly-looking you should fill yourself with laughter and not just your face. Willidau goes to great hunger pains in avoiding them, himself, and is trying to make something of himself that others would be willing to eat all up, too.

Chapters serve up a heaping helping of jokes and one-liners that when all mixed together creates a book that really cooks, itself. Among them, “Bean Sprout”, “Family Dinner”, “Finger Foods”, “Sage”, “Blue Plate Special” and “Devilled Egg” make the day one of those mouth-watering days that will treat you to laughter at 0 calories each. The day is spent with a master chef of jokes using wit, dark humour, jokes that will make you whet your pantries, sayings, riddles and double entendre humour. Spending your day with Ken will let you see someone else making a glutton for punishment out of themselves, for once, to distract you from being one yourself.

Being My Own Recipe For Disaster is a perfect read to give you the opportunity to spend some time watching someone else make a pig out of themselves to distract you from doing the same. Dig in.

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By Stanley Kuren

Chucky and his zany friends have known each other forever, but they don’t get together as much as they would like. Life got in the way. It happens.

So to correct this grievous injustice, he inspires the gang to get together for a festive group vacation. The antics of this reunion will fuel legendary reminiscences for decades to come. It will be an epic adventure. But even this group could never have predicted just how weird that gathering would be …

They come face to face with the spirits of our founding fathers, a rather unconventional genie in a bottle, a group of misplaced Egyptian goddesses, a matriarch who is known only as Big Mama … and a persnickety little imp who goes by the name of Harrold. Together, the friends will explore the explained, survive the unexplained, and wonder at the never-could-happens of their weird vacation.

So sit back and enjoy the ride to a place where the troubles are few, the laughter is plentiful, and the joy comes from living in harmony with others who are delightfully different.


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By Ken Willidau
Written for people who can’t handle reality unless it’s scripted for them and offering direction on how others would like to see them act in theirs, Living Vicariously at the Movies features a film catalogue of over 2,500 jokes and one-liners that will bring to life the roles of a lifetime.

Willidau has found that living a life as himself was a character people were screening out of theirs and shows viewers how they can be anyone they want to be on someone else’s stage. Ken Willidau’s philosophy is that if you can’t decide who you want to be you might as well act like someone that others are willing to pay for it to be seen by based on what paid off for them. Willidau features all the characteristics of a blockbuster and has memorized the lines to play the roles of his lifetime.

Chapters review the screening of a show of shows using a script of jokes and one-liners that produces a book that really sets the stage from any angle. Among them, “A Star is Born”, “Citizen Kane”, “Imitation of Life”, “Psycho”, “Alien”, “Jurassic Park” and “Gone With the Wind” make the day one for your viewing pleasure and make you laugh and cry tears of wonderment to give you a feeling like you’re living a life you could be a fan of, too. The day is spent with a narrator of jokes using wit, dark humour, jokes that could be yours if you can memorize those lines, sayings and double entendre humour. Spending your day with Ken will show you how you can play yourself out, right now, if you just weren’t yourself to be what you actually are to others, if you’re willing to play your part in it and not just directing yourself in a life portraying a Marquee de Sad.

Living Vicariously at the Movies is the perfect read when life is getting far, far, far too dramatic when a little comedy is what you’d really like to sink your teeth into a role with, hopefully a little meat in it. Shh! The show is about to start.

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By Ken Willidau
Written for people who are losers playing their own game of life and want to see how someone else plays by their own rules to reach the finish line first, Playing Out a Bored Game of Life contains over 2,500 jokes and one-liners that will make life more than just some trivial pursuit.

Willidau tries to put a spin on the rules we’re all expected to follow and live by to face his opponents. Ken Willidau’s philosphy is that just playing by your own rules to win will not necessarily make you a winner to others but, you can have fun trying for that without constantly relying on someone else’s roll of the dice to get ahead of the challenges in life.

Chapters outline the mind games people are playing with each other in a game of chance using the different coloured players from a checkered past to not renege on yourself. Among them, “Tag”, “Family Feud”, “Trouble”, “Cranium”, “Gin Rummy”, “Sorry” and “Kerplunk” will make your day one that leaves your head spinning like a top wherever you end up landing and living a life you’re a contender in, too. The day is spent with a dealer of jokes using wit, dark humour, one-liners that will make you a joker to contend with, riddles and double entendre humour. Spending your day with Ken will show you how you could play yourself out, right now, if you were just wearing your game face and creating your own rules as you go along in hopes of being triumphant and not a spoil sport messing up your own game of solitaire by making you a lighter coloured player in the tournament of life.

Playing Out a Bored Game of Life is the perfect read when life is coming up craps for you and how playing by a different set of game rules can make you come out a winner in this scrabbled game of life. It’s your turn to spin.

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By Ken Willidau
Written for people who know they’re good if they only think about the times they were even if it’s scattered between so much bad it’s hard for anyone to think of themselves in that way, Plagiarizing My Own Work contains more than 2,500 jokes and one-liners that offers readers one way to string all their good into a necklace of pearls, and not a noose placed around their own necks.

Willidau has spent his life trying to dress for success, self-helping all for his own good, eating himself all up, working on being accomplished, acting like he’s something else and playing life by his own game rules and still could not be convincing that his good was what others were seeing throughout it all. So Ken Willidau’s philosophy, now, is that if people choose to only look at the bad then don’t let them see it all at once and make it into one long stroke of good luck to that. Trying to erase the bad from people’s collective minds, Willidau tries to re-invent himself with all good throughout his storied life and let others decide if the bad was out of character for the character they could never think good of.

Willidau steals from all he has been to show people that even being bad can have some moments of good and ignoring the rest may make everyone else think bad of themselves for what they even could. Chapters read like a rap sheet, but when wrapped all together frame a life in sentences that gets off on extenuating circumstances of the good within that justifies his actions. Among them, “Brought Up By Charges”, “Being Legally Blackmailed”, “A Hand in the Cookie Jar”, “Disposing of a Body” and “Getting Off Death Row” makes a life gone wrong look like it was because others got it that way and not for all the good it has done them. The rehabilitation is pulled off for good measure with dark to light humour, twisted logic, your own guilt with an honourable explanation, good plays on bad words and double-take entendres. Showing that there’s some good in everyone will show people how really bad they are themselves if they can’t see past that and that’s the real crime.

Plagiarizing My Own Work is a perfect read when you’re feeling really bad about yourself but know deep, deep, deeper down inside that there’s a lot of good that others could see if you could just get them to forgot about how they really feel about you, too, if only for a moment of moments they could. Time for guilty pleasures.

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By Dick Maltzman

In 1951, as tensions escalate on the Korean Peninsula, a Stanford freshman who prefers a dry ship to a wet foxhole, and who has a ferocious fear of flying, joins the Stanford NROTC on the promise of a Marine Colonel that he never has to fly in the Navy. The Colonel of course meant fly like at the controls of an airplane. Our young hero thought he meant fly like in an airplane. And thus began the hysterical adventures of he who didn’t want to fly but ended up in the air.

Four years later, he is commissioned an ensign after graduating from Stanford and completing two years of law school. He then receives orders for Japan and nervously boards a cargo plane, beginning an unforgettable adventure to keep America safe for democracy with a laugh a minute. When Dick finally arrives on his assigned ship, the USS Oriskany, he is appointed temporary legal officer and even more temporarily, a lieutenant commander. In the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean, he handles legal cases, makes new friends, and learns how to survive life on an aircraft carrier. His adventures eventually lead him to the girl of his dreams, literally, and onto the deck of the USS Lake Champlain where more hysterical and some very moving events await.

Carrier Daze shares tales of a naïve naval officer’s entertaining adventures on the water and beyond as he serves his country and becomes a man.


FORMAT: E-Book
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By Ken Willidau
Written for people who have too much on their plate to make their food for thought into what they’re trying to grow into themselves, Being My Own Recipe For Disaster contains a feast of over 2,500 jokes and one-liners that are served up to satisfy the hungriest appetite with an all-you-can-eat buffet that will leave you full of himself, too.

Willidau has cooked up his own special concoction of ingredients that will leave even the driest person salivating over what’s inside, themselves. Ken’s philosophy is that if you want to be jolly-looking you should fill yourself with laughter and not just your face. Willidau goes to great hunger pains in avoiding them, himself, and is trying to make something of himself that others would be willing to eat all up, too.

Chapters serve up a heaping helping of jokes and one-liners that when all mixed together creates a book that really cooks, itself. Among them, “Bean Sprout”, “Family Dinner”, “Finger Foods”, “Sage”, “Blue Plate Special” and “Devilled Egg” make the day one of those mouth-watering days that will treat you to laughter at 0 calories each. The day is spent with a master chef of jokes using wit, dark humour, jokes that will make you whet your pantries, sayings, riddles and double entendre humour. Spending your day with Ken will let you see someone else making a glutton for punishment out of themselves, for once, to distract you from being one yourself.

Being My Own Recipe For Disaster is a perfect read to give you the opportunity to spend some time watching someone else make a pig out of themselves to distract you from doing the same. Dig in.

FORMAT: Softcover
OUR PRICE:
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By Ken Willidau
Written for people who have too much on their plate to make their food for thought into what they’re trying to grow into themselves, Being My Own Recipe For Disaster contains a feast of over 2,500 jokes and one-liners that are served up to satisfy the hungriest appetite with an all-you-can-eat buffet that will leave you full of himself, too.

Willidau has cooked up his own special concoction of ingredients that will leave even the driest person salivating over what’s inside, themselves. Ken’s philosophy is that if you want to be jolly-looking you should fill yourself with laughter and not just your face. Willidau goes to great hunger pains in avoiding them, himself, and is trying to make something of himself that others would be willing to eat all up, too.

Chapters serve up a heaping helping of jokes and one-liners that when all mixed together creates a book that really cooks, itself. Among them, “Bean Sprout”, “Family Dinner”, “Finger Foods”, “Sage”, “Blue Plate Special” and “Devilled Egg” make the day one of those mouth-watering days that will treat you to laughter at 0 calories each. The day is spent with a master chef of jokes using wit, dark humour, jokes that will make you whet your pantries, sayings, riddles and double entendre humour. Spending your day with Ken will let you see someone else making a glutton for punishment out of themselves, for once, to distract you from being one yourself.

Being My Own Recipe For Disaster is a perfect read to give you the opportunity to spend some time watching someone else make a pig out of themselves to distract you from doing the same. Dig in.

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By Ken Willidau
Written for people who can’t handle reality unless it’s scripted for them and offering direction on how others would like to see them act in theirs, Living Vicariously at the Movies features a film catalogue of over 2,500 jokes and one-liners that will bring to life the roles of a lifetime.

Willidau has found that living a life as himself was a character people were screening out of theirs and shows viewers how they can be anyone they want to be on someone else’s stage. Ken Willidau’s philosophy is that if you can’t decide who you want to be you might as well act like someone that others are willing to pay for it to be seen by based on what paid off for them. Willidau features all the characteristics of a blockbuster and has memorized the lines to play the roles of his lifetime.

Chapters review the screening of a show of shows using a script of jokes and one-liners that produces a book that really sets the stage from any angle. Among them, “A Star is Born”, “Citizen Kane”, “Imitation of Life”, “Psycho”, “Alien”, “Jurassic Park” and “Gone With the Wind” make the day one for your viewing pleasure and make you laugh and cry tears of wonderment to give you a feeling like you’re living a life you could be a fan of, too. The day is spent with a narrator of jokes using wit, dark humour, jokes that could be yours if you can memorize those lines, sayings and double entendre humour. Spending your day with Ken will show you how you can play yourself out, right now, if you just weren’t yourself to be what you actually are to others, if you’re willing to play your part in it and not just directing yourself in a life portraying a Marquee de Sad.

Living Vicariously at the Movies is the perfect read when life is getting far, far, far too dramatic when a little comedy is what you’d really like to sink your teeth into a role with, hopefully a little meat in it. Shh! The show is about to start.

FORMAT: Softcover
OUR PRICE:
$15.95
By Ken Willidau
Written for people who can’t handle reality unless it’s scripted for them and offering direction on how others would like to see them act in theirs, Living Vicariously at the Movies features a film catalogue of over 2,500 jokes and one-liners that will bring to life the roles of a lifetime.

Willidau has found that living a life as himself was a character people were screening out of theirs and shows viewers how they can be anyone they want to be on someone else’s stage. Ken Willidau’s philosophy is that if you can’t decide who you want to be you might as well act like someone that others are willing to pay for it to be seen by based on what paid off for them. Willidau features all the characteristics of a blockbuster and has memorized the lines to play the roles of his lifetime.

Chapters review the screening of a show of shows using a script of jokes and one-liners that produces a book that really sets the stage from any angle. Among them, “A Star is Born”, “Citizen Kane”, “Imitation of Life”, “Psycho”, “Alien”, “Jurassic Park” and “Gone With the Wind” make the day one for your viewing pleasure and make you laugh and cry tears of wonderment to give you a feeling like you’re living a life you could be a fan of, too. The day is spent with a narrator of jokes using wit, dark humour, jokes that could be yours if you can memorize those lines, sayings and double entendre humour. Spending your day with Ken will show you how you can play yourself out, right now, if you just weren’t yourself to be what you actually are to others, if you’re willing to play your part in it and not just directing yourself in a life portraying a Marquee de Sad.

Living Vicariously at the Movies is the perfect read when life is getting far, far, far too dramatic when a little comedy is what you’d really like to sink your teeth into a role with, hopefully a little meat in it. Shh! The show is about to start.

FORMAT: Hardcover
OUR PRICE:
$25.95
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