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By Jim Farrell

Phil discovers that Kate, the voice in his Garmin GPS, is a lot more than a disembodied voice. She’s in trouble, and she needs his help!

When a couple arrives from cold Rhode Island to their rented condo in Florida, all they can think about is warm temperatures and sunshine. But then the husband walks into a moral dilemma that almost ruins his week in the sun.

Betsy decides to memorialize her deceased parents….in a most unusual way.

Young, innocent Cheryl shocks her mother by opening the conversation at the family’s Sunday dinner with “I almost got involved in a bar fight yesterday.”

Larry Hawkins is a widower, MIT physics professor, and believer in time travel who is anxious to test his inventions and fulfill every old man’s fantasy.

Roberto Villarreal has no idea a life-changing adventure is about to begin when he picks up a stranger and his granddaughter at a rest stop in Mexico.

Mark Tuttle and Sandy Roberts wonder if you can love all your children equally and yet love one more than the others. In the process they discover that Love is infinite.

Kiss Me, Kate and Other Stories
is a collection of short tales set in a variety of locations and illustrating the depth of the human spirit, the importance of laughter, and the miracle of love.


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By Jim Farrell

Phil discovers that Kate, the voice in his Garmin GPS, is a lot more than a disembodied voice. She’s in trouble, and she needs his help!

When a couple arrives from cold Rhode Island to their rented condo in Florida, all they can think about is warm temperatures and sunshine. But then the husband walks into a moral dilemma that almost ruins his week in the sun.

Betsy decides to memorialize her deceased parents….in a most unusual way.

Young, innocent Cheryl shocks her mother by opening the conversation at the family’s Sunday dinner with “I almost got involved in a bar fight yesterday.”

Larry Hawkins is a widower, MIT physics professor, and believer in time travel who is anxious to test his inventions and fulfill every old man’s fantasy.

Roberto Villarreal has no idea a life-changing adventure is about to begin when he picks up a stranger and his granddaughter at a rest stop in Mexico.

Mark Tuttle and Sandy Roberts wonder if you can love all your children equally and yet love one more than the others. In the process they discover that Love is infinite.

Kiss Me, Kate and Other Stories
is a collection of short tales set in a variety of locations and illustrating the depth of the human spirit, the importance of laughter, and the miracle of love.


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By P. J. Schock

Jordan Winston and her friend Sandra are small business owners from Ohio who are in Mexico for a much-needed vacation when a shrink-wrapped bale of what appears to be marijuana washes up at their feet on a private beach. The two women, thinking no one is watching, take it—and set off a wave of events and consequences that they could never have imagined. Now Mexican drug runners are after them—even if they are accident-prone, bumbling, underachieving wannabes.

Jordan and Sandra hire a sailboat and a captain to take them—and their package—from Mexico to Key West, the drug runners attempt to kill them and sink the boat. After they are saved by their handsome captain, Tom— who also happens to be a rogue DEA agent—he takes them to hide out in his secluded cabin. But when a drug cartel informant becomes a crocodile’s lunch and Jordan’s cat is murdered back home, their sleuthing group suddenly grows as an Indian medicine man and a couple of senior citizens join up to help them battle the drug runners. Amid gun battles, jail breaks, and chicken attacks, love blooms.

In this zany adventure, only time will tell if this strange group can triumph. One thing is certain, though: they won’t go down without a fight.


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By P. J. Schock

Jordan Winston and her friend Sandra are small business owners from Ohio who are in Mexico for a much-needed vacation when a shrink-wrapped bale of what appears to be marijuana washes up at their feet on a private beach. The two women, thinking no one is watching, take it—and set off a wave of events and consequences that they could never have imagined. Now Mexican drug runners are after them—even if they are accident-prone, bumbling, underachieving wannabes.

Jordan and Sandra hire a sailboat and a captain to take them—and their package—from Mexico to Key West, the drug runners attempt to kill them and sink the boat. After they are saved by their handsome captain, Tom— who also happens to be a rogue DEA agent—he takes them to hide out in his secluded cabin. But when a drug cartel informant becomes a crocodile’s lunch and Jordan’s cat is murdered back home, their sleuthing group suddenly grows as an Indian medicine man and a couple of senior citizens join up to help them battle the drug runners. Amid gun battles, jail breaks, and chicken attacks, love blooms.

In this zany adventure, only time will tell if this strange group can triumph. One thing is certain, though: they won’t go down without a fight.


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By P. J. Schock

Jordan Winston and her friend Sandra are small business owners from Ohio who are in Mexico for a much-needed vacation when a shrink-wrapped bale of what appears to be marijuana washes up at their feet on a private beach. The two women, thinking no one is watching, take it—and set off a wave of events and consequences that they could never have imagined. Now Mexican drug runners are after them—even if they are accident-prone, bumbling, underachieving wannabes.

Jordan and Sandra hire a sailboat and a captain to take them—and their package—from Mexico to Key West, the drug runners attempt to kill them and sink the boat. After they are saved by their handsome captain, Tom— who also happens to be a rogue DEA agent—he takes them to hide out in his secluded cabin. But when a drug cartel informant becomes a crocodile’s lunch and Jordan’s cat is murdered back home, their sleuthing group suddenly grows as an Indian medicine man and a couple of senior citizens join up to help them battle the drug runners. Amid gun battles, jail breaks, and chicken attacks, love blooms.

In this zany adventure, only time will tell if this strange group can triumph. One thing is certain, though: they won’t go down without a fight.


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By Mirghani Hassan

In a Sub-Saharan African country vulnerable to the whims of its dyslexic and tyrannical ruler, a young man named Abdulmoneim Ghoriesh, enrols in the country’s famed university, laden with the scars of a recent family tragedy. On his first night on campus, as he falls asleep on the lawn, Abdul has barely nodded off before he is jolted awake by hundreds of frogs croaking in eerie unison. And so begins Abdul’s satirical campus journey with five other desperately poor yet immensely motivated students, collectively known as Les Misérables. As the nation chokes under the haze of dictatorship, campus residents must endure the theocratic chauvinism of a students’ union controlled by radical Islamists. Trapped in the labyrinths of political repression, religious dogmatism and the horrors of final exams, the skeptical and talented Les Misérables cultivate an extraordinary capacity for transforming despair into dark and hilarious tall tales. Amid the turbulent chaos of their existence, the six survive an uprising against the dyslexic tyrant while achieving academic distinction. Even so, a gruesome murder of a friend casts insufferable sorrow at the end of a remarkable odyssey.

The General and the Frogs is a tale of the incredible power of humour and of the triumph of the human spirit at a time lived most dangerously.


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By Mirghani Hassan

In a Sub-Saharan African country vulnerable to the whims of its dyslexic and tyrannical ruler, a young man named Abdulmoneim Ghoriesh, enrols in the country’s famed university, laden with the scars of a recent family tragedy. On his first night on campus, as he falls asleep on the lawn, Abdul has barely nodded off before he is jolted awake by hundreds of frogs croaking in eerie unison. And so begins Abdul’s satirical campus journey with five other desperately poor yet immensely motivated students, collectively known as Les Misérables. As the nation chokes under the haze of dictatorship, campus residents must endure the theocratic chauvinism of a students’ union controlled by radical Islamists. Trapped in the labyrinths of political repression, religious dogmatism and the horrors of final exams, the skeptical and talented Les Misérables cultivate an extraordinary capacity for transforming despair into dark and hilarious tall tales. Amid the turbulent chaos of their existence, the six survive an uprising against the dyslexic tyrant while achieving academic distinction. Even so, a gruesome murder of a friend casts insufferable sorrow at the end of a remarkable odyssey.

The General and the Frogs is a tale of the incredible power of humour and of the triumph of the human spirit at a time lived most dangerously.


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By Mirghani Hassan

In a Sub-Saharan African country vulnerable to the whims of its dyslexic and tyrannical ruler, a young man named Abdulmoneim Ghoriesh, enrols in the country’s famed university, laden with the scars of a recent family tragedy. On his first night on campus, as he falls asleep on the lawn, Abdul has barely nodded off before he is jolted awake by hundreds of frogs croaking in eerie unison. And so begins Abdul’s satirical campus journey with five other desperately poor yet immensely motivated students, collectively known as Les Misérables. As the nation chokes under the haze of dictatorship, campus residents must endure the theocratic chauvinism of a students’ union controlled by radical Islamists. Trapped in the labyrinths of political repression, religious dogmatism and the horrors of final exams, the skeptical and talented Les Misérables cultivate an extraordinary capacity for transforming despair into dark and hilarious tall tales. Amid the turbulent chaos of their existence, the six survive an uprising against the dyslexic tyrant while achieving academic distinction. Even so, a gruesome murder of a friend casts insufferable sorrow at the end of a remarkable odyssey.

The General and the Frogs is a tale of the incredible power of humour and of the triumph of the human spirit at a time lived most dangerously.


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By Robert Oster

This two part rollicking tongue-in-cheek film noir mystery begins in 1951 in Eda City, a small metropolis in the Mid-West. Retired detective Phillip Bartlow has made a name for himself as the city’s only Culinary Private Eye.

In Part One, The Maltese Mystery Meatloaf, Bartlow is hired by a beautiful young lady to hunt down an up and coming new chef who is serving his patrons dry meatloaf. Bartlow is thrown into a comic adventure which brings him in contact with a cast of characters that include local gangsters, restauranteurs, angry police and a psychotic murderer. In the midst of this tangled web of crime and mayhem, our hero suddenly finds himself falling in love with his secretary/research assistant, Connie.

Part two, The California Honeymoon Caper finds our now newlyweds, Phillip and Connie Bartlow, traveling cross country to spend their honeymoon in San Francisco and at Connie’s aunt’s caper farm in Santa Rosa, California. Phillip and Connie find themselves caught up in another perilous, but humorous, adventure involving revenge, murder, and exploitation by the unsavory characters that they meet on the train.


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By Robert Oster

This two part rollicking tongue-in-cheek film noir mystery begins in 1951 in Eda City, a small metropolis in the Mid-West. Retired detective Phillip Bartlow has made a name for himself as the city’s only Culinary Private Eye.

In Part One, The Maltese Mystery Meatloaf, Bartlow is hired by a beautiful young lady to hunt down an up and coming new chef who is serving his patrons dry meatloaf. Bartlow is thrown into a comic adventure which brings him in contact with a cast of characters that include local gangsters, restauranteurs, angry police and a psychotic murderer. In the midst of this tangled web of crime and mayhem, our hero suddenly finds himself falling in love with his secretary/research assistant, Connie.

Part two, The California Honeymoon Caper finds our now newlyweds, Phillip and Connie Bartlow, traveling cross country to spend their honeymoon in San Francisco and at Connie’s aunt’s caper farm in Santa Rosa, California. Phillip and Connie find themselves caught up in another perilous, but humorous, adventure involving revenge, murder, and exploitation by the unsavory characters that they meet on the train.


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By Eddie L. Barnes

Eloy Baines openly admits he enjoys being a Neanderthal—almost as much as he enjoys the game of golf and cavorting with his pals on the Texas Panhandle Bar-B-Que Circuit. When he is not golfing, he is drowning his troubles in a glass of scotch and writing poetry. Luckily, he has his pals to keep him focused on his favorite things: golf, hard booze, and soft women.

Eloy and his golfing buddies attempt to go about life, both on and off the course, in the best way they know how. As the men refine their swings and putting abilities each weekend, each of them fights against—and often loses to—the personal demons that continuously haunt them as they immerse themselves in setting course records, drinking, and carousing with shameless women. But it is not long before Elroy discovers that nothing is ever guaranteed in the game of golf, life, or relationships with women, especially in West Texas.

The Breeze
continues the tale of a group of crazy Texas characters who are
inevitably bound as friends as they golf the Bar-B-Que circuit and realize that the party never ends.


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By Eddie L. Barnes

Eloy Baines openly admits he enjoys being a Neanderthal—almost as much as he enjoys the game of golf and cavorting with his pals on the Texas Panhandle Bar-B-Que Circuit. When he is not golfing, he is drowning his troubles in a glass of scotch and writing poetry. Luckily, he has his pals to keep him focused on his favorite things: golf, hard booze, and soft women.

Eloy and his golfing buddies attempt to go about life, both on and off the course, in the best way they know how. As the men refine their swings and putting abilities each weekend, each of them fights against—and often loses to—the personal demons that continuously haunt them as they immerse themselves in setting course records, drinking, and carousing with shameless women. But it is not long before Elroy discovers that nothing is ever guaranteed in the game of golf, life, or relationships with women, especially in West Texas.

The Breeze
continues the tale of a group of crazy Texas characters who are
inevitably bound as friends as they golf the Bar-B-Que circuit and realize that the party never ends.


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By Eddie L. Barnes

Eloy Baines openly admits he enjoys being a Neanderthal—almost as much as he enjoys the game of golf and cavorting with his pals on the Texas Panhandle Bar-B-Que Circuit. When he is not golfing, he is drowning his troubles in a glass of scotch and writing poetry. Luckily, he has his pals to keep him focused on his favorite things: golf, hard booze, and soft women.

Eloy and his golfing buddies attempt to go about life, both on and off the course, in the best way they know how. As the men refine their swings and putting abilities each weekend, each of them fights against—and often loses to—the personal demons that continuously haunt them as they immerse themselves in setting course records, drinking, and carousing with shameless women. But it is not long before Elroy discovers that nothing is ever guaranteed in the game of golf, life, or relationships with women, especially in West Texas.

The Breeze
continues the tale of a group of crazy Texas characters who are
inevitably bound as friends as they golf the Bar-B-Que circuit and realize that the party never ends.


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By Sandra Y. Roberts

Cherokee is old. His joints ache. His nose can no longer distinguish between the scent of bacon and a clump of dirt. His eyes see only shadows. On the eve of his death, he lies in a cage in an animal hospital, with a needle in his forepaw, and reflects on his life and purpose of being a faithful companion to his beloved mistress and best friend, Alicia Baxter.

Alicia and Cherokee’s friendship begins when Alicia wanders into a pet shop and finds herself drawn to the puppy prancing before the window with his food bowl in his mouth. From the moment Alicia brings him home, Cherokee becomes an integral part of her journey of self-discovery as she struggles with insecurities, a lack of identity, and an unimaginable loss. Even as Alicia makes a life-altering decision to start over in a place where she is forced to rely on herself, Cherokee’s love and loyalty to her never waver.

Narrated in a voice filled with wisdom, humor, and astute awareness, The Seasons of Cherokee’s Life tells the story of a dog’s deep bond with his mistress as he walks beside her and watches her transform into the courageous and independent woman he has always believed her to be.


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By Lenworth Henry

Humor to Jamaicans is like the sun; it covers the whole island. Audiences always welcome a good joke. Like the spicy peppers to Jerk Pork, so is humor to every conversation or speech. The politicians to the clergymen and those in between know that. The bar is the epicenter of Jamaican jokes. This is a place of absolute equality where every stratum comfortably interacts. This is made easier by the fact that White Rum and its allies have the capacity, when consumed or even inhaled by some, to make the shy, brazen, the silly wise and the dumb, orators. Like liquor products, there are Jamaican jokes ‘light,’ and the majority unadulterated.

My collection straddles both disciplines as I need to cover the whole spectrum. I intermingle the Jamaican language (Patois) with English in ways that are understandable and apply euphemism and subtleties that Jamaicans and associates can decipher. The bracketed letters are open to interpretation. ‘Mi noh cuss noh bad wud’ (I have not used profanity). Challenge any version of my jokes and I dare you to give yours and the source. If it was the bar, extract the spirit and your watered-down version will be all that’s left.


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