The Incredibly Toxic Online Reviews of Tempest Moody by Dwayne Fry

Tempest Moody is a highly opinionated woman who is nearly impossible to please. Unfortunately for her, she lives in the town of Wetwater, Michigan, which is infamous for being the worst place on the planet for customer service. How does Tempest deal with the constant frustration of the incompetence she must endure at every turn? She fries everyone in her path in scathing online reviews. Often times she includes gossip about her friends and family as well. Follow a full year of Tempest’s nastiest online reviews.

Author: Dwayne Fry

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

God’s Crazy Parlour of Sweet Consent by Dean Moriarty

“Come look through this window to see what isn’t there where we have dates that simmer in the sun and we have barracuda timing and ideograms in the points of rust to shake your gates as you yawn,” said the Sultan selling dates.

Author: Dean Moriarty

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Little Bastard by Simon Corbin

Two brothers in conflict. This is London, 1977.Little Bastard follows two feuding brothers over a six-month period in 1977 – from the Queen’s Silver Jubilee to Christmas. Jason, the older brother, models himself on James Dean, rides a motorbike and enjoys easy success with girls. Younger brother Robin – known to Jason as ‘LB’ (‘Little Bastard’) – is sensitive, introspective, hero worships Marc Bolan and fixates on Jason’s girlfriend, Cherry. As their mother looks on in despair, tension builds between the siblings…“Perfectly brings to life the atmosphere of the 70s. A very funny book yet with serious depth.” ~ bestselling author Gerry McCullough

Author: Simon Corbin

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Screen Savers by Bryan Romaine

The Screen Savers is a quirky, bittersweet comedy novel laced with mystery, satire and offbeat romance.Adam, who aspires to be alone, loves watching non-mainstream films at his local cinema – films that, thankfully, few people want to see. But when the cinema decides to stop showing these films, he must do the unthinkable: make more friends. At the very least he must work with others intent on keeping these screenings going: first, a mysterious woman who knows everything about him, then a group of misfits who are suspiciously similar to his old friends. Together they form The Screen Savers.Most of the films Adam watches are about how to gain friends – about how to get over your flaws and integrate back into society. But what do you do if you’ve got too many friends and they’re all irritating? How do you create a life doing what you want to do rather than going along with the duty that friendship entails?Amazon (UK)/Goodreads Reviews:“Very Funny”“Extraordinarily comedic moments”“If you like surreal humour like The IT Crowd, then I heartily recommend this book.” “This is a very funny novel and I guffawed many times while reading this.” “I really didn’t want to put it down”For fans of Magnus Mills, Matt Haig and Nick Hornby as well as offbeat sitcoms like The IT Crowd, Black Books, Seinfeld, The Mighty Boosh, The League of Gentlemen, and more.If you like offbeat comedy, take a “Look Inside”!

Author: Bryan Romaine

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Armed & Delicious by Nathan Aylor

YOUTH, LOVE, CRIME… and PIZZA.

“Sparky” Lagala had become accustomed to a mediocre high-school existence spent
dreaming of things he could never have—the girl, the car and the respect.
That is until the day he’s hired as the roadside mascot for Tino’s Pizza in Portland, Oregon and discovers that his mysterious employer is in fact a major player in a large foodie-based crime syndicate.

It isn’t long before Sparky finds himself taken in by a constellation of unique and ruthless characters who will make his teenage dreams a reality… a reality that comes with a price.

Author: Nathan Aylor

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Stinky Lecture Series (Stinky Stories Book 39) by Peter Grant

All God’s children have a voice in the choir, but that doesn’t mean you want to hear them.

Stinky’s church needs to cut expenses and they enlist Stinky and other members of the parish as speakers for an endowed lecture series instead of flying people in from distant shores. Many at St. Stephen’s are “locovores” and prefer locally grown produce, but the decision to become “locobores” and listen to local, boring speakers satisfies the letter, but not the spirit of the bequest. Plucky Stinky manages to salvage the ensuing disaster, but you’ll have to read on to discover the delights and dangers of inter-species sonics.

About Stinky Stories

Stinky and Eddie appear in over seventy comic short stories in the #1 bestselling Amazon series. Stinky is chatty and insouciant, and while Eddie may not say as much, when something needs to be done, he’s already doing it. They’re as close as Brooklyn and Queens and as unlikely to separate.

Stinky doesn’t go looking for trouble, but he can’t hide from it. It’s part of the “best looking man on the planet” package. His life is complicated, and sometimes even church can be a strain. He might help his rector try to understand his porn star nephew, assist with the annual Easter egg hunt or break bread with a toxic visiting organist. Stinky and Eddie like to live quietly, but lucky for us that never happens.

Stinky and Eddie are supported by a collection of outrageous guest stars and an ever expanding cast of relatives. The stories are witty and literate and readers don’t have to leave their brains in a jar to enjoy them. Whether it’s a flat-out farce, bedroom comedy, sexy romp, sly satire or screwball family intrigue, you’re never far from a happy ending in every Stinky story. Isn’t that what we really need these days?

Each story is an independent tale, but there is some overlap between them. If you’re curious about Stinky and Eddie’s other humorous adventures, go to www.stinkyandeddie.com for quotes of the week, frequently asked questions, publication information and news of our boys’ dealings.

Information about Peter Grant’s published works, Stinky or otherwise is on his Amazon author page:

https://amazon.com/author/grantpeter

For more information about talented cover artist and filmmaker Waylon Bacon:

www.waylonbacon.com

Related stories are listed at the end for further reading.

Author: Peter Grant

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

O Death, Where is thy Stinky? (Stinky Stories) by Peter Grant

What was she really doing while we thought she was dead?

Stinky’s colorful granny is back in town with her latest acquaintance, a 1950s B-movie star known as Boom-Boom to her friends. After a few cocktails by the Black Sea, the new BFFs decide to fake the aging starlet’s death as a publicity stunt.

They enlist Stinky’s assistance, figuring that as a lawyer he can make even an outrageous lie sound plausible, but it’s not easy to disappear, reappear and make people believe your story.

Stinky remembers Boom-Boom from the Friday night sci-fi movies he watched as a teen and discovers he’s not the only one who enjoyed her films. Thanks to his efforts a new generation discovers classics like The Monster from the Mauve Cove and Escape from a Female Chain Gang on the big screen as they were meant to be seen.

About Stinky Stories

Stinky and Eddie appear in almost eighty comic short stories in the #1 bestselling Amazon series. Stinky is chatty and insouciant, and while Eddie may not say as much, when something needs to be done, he’s already doing it. They’re as close as Brooklyn and Queens and as unlikely to separate.

Stinky doesn’t go looking for trouble, but he can’t hide from it. It’s part of the “best looking man on the planet” package. Stinky has an assortment of relatives, but they all have the ability to get him in trouble, whether granny returns to town with a eurotrash beau, his mother decides that her husband is cheating on her, or his nephew turns a Sunday school play into a comic disaster. Stinky and Eddie would like to live quietly, but lucky for us that never happens.

Stinky and Eddie are supported by a collection of outrageous guest stars and an ever expanding cast of relatives. The stories are witty and literate and readers don’t have to leave their brains in a jar to enjoy them. Whether it’s a flat-out farce, bedroom comedy, sexy romp, sly satire or screwball family intrigue, you’re never far from a happy ending in every Stinky story. Isn’t that what we really need these days?

If you’re curious about Stinky and Eddie’s other humorous adventures, go to www.stinkyandeddie.com for quotes of the week, frequently asked questions, publication information and news of our boys’ dealings.

Information about Peter Grant’s published works, Stinky or otherwise is on his Amazon author page:

https://amazon.com/author/grantpeter

For more information about talented cover artist and filmmaker Waylon Bacon:

www.waylonbacon.com

Related stories are listed at the end for further reading.

Author: Peter Grant

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Deadened Pain: A parody of crime fiction by Peter Chegwidden

A parody of crime fiction. A story based in the fictional district of Paslow, somewhere in the south-east of England.
And featuring an entirely fictitious and unlikely police force!

The tale starts with the investigation into a robbery at a local garage, in which very little was taken, and gradually gathers momentum as the crimes become more serious and involve kidnap and murder.
It is only as the story unfolds that the very serious nature of some of these crimes and their terrible connections and consequences become apparent.

Detective Chief Superintendent Luke Fuselage works for Birkchester CID and it is probably as well for the good citizens of the area that serious crime is rare if this particular DCS is the best they have.

However, things are about to change and more dramatically than anyone could’ve imagined. In a quiet village a body is discovered, a body that is horribly mutilated. Thus starts to unravel an extraordinary chain of events that will test the local police force to the limits as the body count increases, and result in a race to find a killer or killers before he, she or they strike yet again.

Sound familiar? Yes, it’s the stuff of all good crime fiction. But this parody has humour, satire, drama, horror and romance and features some characters that appear almost as caricatures.

Join Fuselage on this voyage into the dark unknown as he pieces together the clues that will lead him to the perpetrator. But first he must find and identify those clues. It’s a case that will require all his ingenuity, experience and expertise. And somebody is keeping one step ahead of him and seemingly outwitting his team at every opportunity.
There are serious messages especially relating to the illegal drugs ‘industry’. There are a few ‘home’ truths. For example, a sad reflection that all kinds of prejudices remain widespread just below the surface, despite the laws and public campaigns to outlaw them and eliminate them.

Unlike other works of the genre some of the background material is deliberately unresearched, especially that relating to the police, their ranks and operations, as will be obvious.

So don’t expect accuracy in detail.

Don’t let facts get in the way of a good story!

Author: Peter Chegwidden

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Del Boca Are We There Yet?: (The Alternative Present) by Charles A. Mills

Reality is no respecter of delusions, except perhaps in Del Boca, a model American community, struggling to be heard above the din. The days are fully packed as the good people of Del Boca deal with such problems as elitism, education reform, celebrity culture, political correctness, free speech, science, and politics. A social satire about life in our times.

Author: Charles A. Mills

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Incredibly Toxic Online Reviews of Tempest Moody by Dwayne Fry

Tempest Moody is a highly opinionated woman who is nearly impossible to please. Unfortunately for her, she lives in the town of Wetwater, Michigan, which is infamous for being the worst place on the planet for customer service. How does Tempest deal with the constant frustration of the incompetence she must endure at every turn? She fries everyone in her path in scathing online reviews. Often times she includes gossip about her friends and family as well. Follow a full year of Tempest’s nastiest online reviews.

Author: Dwayne Fry

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews