The Bakers’ Dozen by Peter Dorney

Fish & Chip shop owners Do-Do and Ray Baker have run their popular outlet in Stockport, Greater Manchester, since getting married almost 20 years ago. There are no children in the marriage, just plenty of chips.Like millions they buy tickets in the weekly UK Lottery draw and one cold, wet and windy Saturday night in March are amazed to get all 6 numbers needed for the top prize.As they are the only winner the prize is over 66 million Pounds, after which all sorts of madcap events and experiences come their way…and the laughs roll out.After 6 months the shattered couple leave on a Grand Oriental Tour – of countries, not carpets – and Do-Do ends up legless after painful foot reflexology in Bangkok. Ray has to piggy-back her to the river ferry and they end up back at their posh hotel with the patient in need of much care and attention…starting with a tall jug of G&T, well iced.A flight from Phuket sees them next to a Thai lady-boy dancer who shares the secrets of gay Go-Go dancing success on the island. So captivating are his stories they don’t notice the take-off, and are hardly aware of the landing.The pair meet an English teacher lady on a flight to Siem Reap (Cambodia) and after visiting the failing orphanage she works at are totally taken with the 12 remaining kids – The Bakers’ Dozen : or is it? They decide to help and more madcap fun evolves.Note:The Red Triangle on the top right corner of the book cover is officially known as The Stockport Triangle. Twinned with The Bermuda Triangle it guarantees that anyone diving into this book will soon be awash with laughter that will leave them glowing for the next 100 years…at least!

Author: Peter Dorney

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Dweller on Mountain White: An Accidental Love Story by R.J. Kenzie

An Accidental Love Story.

Beth Porter’s intent to relax and get her life in order on a personal ski trip is shattered when she makes a wrong turn, gets lost, and careened her car into a snow-filled ditch on Mountain White. Delirious, and half-unconscious, she is plucked from the brink of death by a mountain monster, or so she thought.
The mountain monster had a name, and it was Tyler Skov, a quiet mountain dweller who prefers books to television and walkie-talkies to cellphones. Accustomed to the silence and living alone, he is forced to adjust to Beth’s non-stop chatter and New York state of mind.
Learning to coexist, they discover that they have more in common than they realized and that an accidental car crash created more than a friendship, it created a bond that could not be broken, or forgotten.

Author: R.J. Kenzie

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

A Shot at the Big Time (Maxima City Talent Book 1) by Christina McMullen

Lisa Raskin is a woman with big aspirations. Sure, there are worse things than being the second in command to Maxima City’s one and only female supervillain and Lisa knows she has a pretty sweet gig. But no one ever dreams of being second banana, so when she’s given the opportunity to join the Coalition of Evil, Maxima City’s who’s-who of A-lister Malevolents, Lisa jumps at the chance. Especially since this means she can finally have her revenge against Magnificent Man, the hero responsible for the tragedy that turned her to the dark side. But becoming a household name isn’t all evil plans and underground lairs. There are hoops to jump through, brand consultation meetings, damages to pay for, and diva costume designers to deal with. Worst of all, Magnificent Man has made himself scarcer than pockets on women’s clothing. Add in an antagonistic ex, a clueless rival, and a taxing day job, and it’s no wonder this ice talent is about to lose her cool.

Author: Christina McMullen

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

On The Road by Dean Moriarty

I walked into this story from a hard place as an old perspective of confusion crept in over the stone of silence I was singing and went for the heart of me as I was calibrating some another dream that was easy to forget under the big sky, and so was taken unawares.

Author: Dean Moriarty

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Hack List by Daniel Amspaugh

Sebastian is a typical waiter. Everyone in the service industry hits a breaking point with customers whose demands are unrealistic. The customer has been given the delusion that he or she is always right.

After being confronted for the last time, and with the help of a mysterious therapist, Sebastian puts into motion a plan to murder his worst customers. Meanwhile, the restaurant has become home to a large colony of cockroaches. They need customers to survive. Can they stop him before it’s too late? Or will they succumb to extermination brought forth by the elusive Mr. X?

Author: Daniel Amspaugh

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Male Power Fantasy Vol. One: Dino-Storm by Demetri Armitage

Two tough talking street smart professional wrestlers are earth’s only hope against an invasion of dinosaurs from outer space.
Ages ago Earth’s last surviving dinosaurs boarded an enormous space arc and ascended to the heavens in order to escape the impending ice age, now they’re back and they want their planet back! America’s only hope lies in the muscular hands of professional wrestlers turned super scientists, Archer Ass-kick, and “Bad” Rock-Hard. Join them as they face off against the evil Cesar-Saurus and the evil Dinosaur Empire in this prehistoric action packed thrill ride of finders-keepers!

Author: Demetri Armitage

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Bakers’ Dozen by Peter Dorney

Fish & Chip shop owners Do-Do and Ray Baker have run their popular outlet in Stockport, Greater Manchester, since getting married almost 20 years ago. There are no children in the marriage, just plenty of chips.Like millions they buy tickets in the weekly UK Lottery draw and one cold, wet and windy Saturday night in March are amazed to get all 6 numbers needed for the top prize.As they are the only winner the prize is over 66 million Pounds, after which all sorts of madcap events and experiences come their way…and the laughs roll out.After 6 months the shattered couple leave on a Grand Oriental Tour – of countries, not carpets – and Do-Do ends up legless after painful foot reflexology in Bangkok. Ray has to piggy-back her to the river ferry and they end up back at their posh hotel with the patient in need of much care and attention…starting with a tall jug of G&T, well iced.A flight from Phuket sees them next to a Thai lady-boy dancer who shares the secrets of gay Go-Go dancing success on the island. So captivating are his stories they don’t notice the take-off, and are hardly aware of the landing.The pair meet an English teacher lady on a flight to Siem Reap (Cambodia) and after visiting the failing orphanage she works at are totally taken with the 12 remaining kids – The Bakers’ Dozen : or is it? They decide to help and more madcap fun evolves.Note:The Red Triangle on the top right corner of the book cover is officially known as The Stockport Triangle. Twinned with The Bermuda Triangle it guarantees that anyone diving into this book will soon be awash with laughter that will leave them glowing for the next 100 years…at least!

Author: Peter Dorney

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Oakshot Complete Works of Mark Twain (Illustrated, Inline Footnotes) (Classics Book 6) by Mark Twain

Ebook specifically formatted for kindle devices and tested with all Kindle 5 way navigation functions and Kindle table of contents button. Ebook comes with main table of contents and interlinked sub table of contents. Ebook contains illustrations and inline footnotes where applicable.Each chapter is clearly marked so user knows which book within the boxset is being read.The Novels.•The Gilded Age – A Tale Of Today. (Illustrated)•The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer (Illustrated)•The Prince And The Pauper (Illustrated)•Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn (Illustrated)•A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur’s Court. (Illustrated)•The American Claimant. (Illustrated)•Tom Sawyer Abroad.•Pudd’nhead Wilso.•Tom Sawyer, Detective.•Personal Recollections Of Joan Of Arc.•A Horse’s Tale.•The Mysterious Stranger.The Non Fiction.•Old Times On The Mississippi.•Life on the Mississippi.•Editorial Wild Oats.•Christian Science.•Queen Victoria’s Jubilee.•My Platonic Sweetheart.The Travel Writing.•The Innocents Abroad.•Roughing It.•A Tramp Abroad.•Following The Equator.•Some Rambling Notes Of An Idle Excursion.The Short Story Collections.•The Jumping Frog And Other Humorous Sketches.•Mark Twain’s Burlesque Autobiography.•Sketches New and Old.•Merry Tales.•The £1,000,000 Bank-Note and Other New Stories.•The $30,000 Bequest, and Other Stories.•The Curious Republic Of Gondour, And Other Whimsical Sketches.The Complete Short Stories.The Complete Essays of Mark Twain.The Complete Letters of Mark Twain Vol1-6.The Complete Speeches of Mark Twain.The Biographies.•Chapters from My Autobiography by Mark Twain. (Inline Footnotes)•Mark Twain A Biography by Albert Bigelow Paine.•My Mark Twain by William Dean Howells.•The Boys Life of Mark Twain by Albert Bigelow Paine. (Inline Footnotes)

Author: Mark Twain

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews