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    I have two currently on B&N through Smashwords, but soon to be on Pubit!

    http://bit.ly/zeninabsurdity Zen in the Art of Absurdity (Comedic short-stories and essays that will make you shove forks through your eyes)]] --currently $1.99.

    In “Sounds Like...A Self-Portrait” we see Fern’s struggle to go for it with Rogers. But will her gas keep them apart?

    “Road Rage” shines a light on all those crappy drivers--who are driving YOUR car.

    “See Dick and Jane Beat The **** Out of Jack and Jill,” is an all-out farce that writers everywhere will love.

    “Sleep Walker” is the same story, told from 3 different points of view, with 3 very different stories emerging.

    An exercise in writing purely horrible fiction is what “The Tokyo Kens” is all about.

    Watch Delores have a controlled meltdown in “It’s All Just Water Under the Fridge.”

    In the essay “We All Need Traditions,” Carla’s mother asked for a pink azalea for Mother’s Day every year. And every year, her dad would buy it, and then mow it down. Why they never got hobbies, we’ll never know.

    “That’ll Be Seven Lipsticks, Please,” is an all-out mockery of Canadians. All Sam’s wife wants is a bathroom. All Sam wants is to find someone who speaks Canglish. Or Englanadian.

    Even the suicide notes from avid shoe-lovers can be funny in “The Suicide Ranks.”

    Find out why living in the south in the winter, and being married to a man who picks his ears with his keys is comic fodder in “Radio Shack, Earwax and Toilet Paper.”

    And finally, “Justifiable Lack of Initiative” teaches us to celebrate our under-achieving, and see why a writer in search of his own writing space is driven to desperation by his wife in “Zen In The Art of Absurdity.”


    http://bit.ly/smashwordsgunsGuns Don't Kill People...My Uncle Does (A Varied Collection of Short-Stories Geared for a Man)]]--Now with more content. Just $1.99.

    These short-stories vary from ghost, to horror, to military in nature, and are just perfect for the man with the short attention-spa...hey, a cookie!

    When a mysterious illness attacks a community and the military families suffer, find out if Yancy will follow another blind order, or stand up for what's right, in Pocketful of Bullets.

    In 1820, in a rural Tennessee community, a ghost of a suspected witch mocked and tortured one family. What did she demand when confronted? Only the death of the family's patriarch. Stone Witch is based on the real story of the ghost of Kate Batts.

    Ever wish your insurance paid for you to completely smash into the car of the idiot in front of you? Road Rage casts a comic look onto what it's like to think you're not the one with the problem.

    Currently now my best-seller! Find out why this book has been so controversial.

    Official Web-Site: http://www.carlarene.com
    Become a 'Twit': http://www.twitter.com/carlarenecomedy

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    Six eBooks, all published by Baxter Bog Cards & Collectibles, Homer, Alaska, by Alaskan authors, are selling at Barnes & Noble.

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    Tom Sawyer
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    My first novel, Right Ascension, and its sequel, Declination, are space-opera science fiction stories that combine action & adventure with the exploration of serious underlying ethical dilemmas. Set in the year 3040, Right Ascension examines mankind's place in the Universe, how we ascended to that lofty position, and the horrifying price of that ascension. It tells the story of one highly virtuous man who comes face to face with an invincible adversary and is forced to choose between honor ... and humanity's very survival.

    My latest novel is The Twiller, a comedic novel that follows Ian, our hapless hero, as he's whisked around the Universe after his abduction from Earth. His companion, the Twiller, is about the only alien being who treats humans better than toenail lint. Ian is faced with a series of humorous and bizarre experiences on the worlds he visits (such as El Leigh, Bez Erkeley, and Huh? Why E?), utterly failing to realize the slight similarities to places here on Earth.

    You can find more info and some NookBoards reader reactions in my posts here:
    Right Ascension & Declination
    The Twiller
    David Derrico, author of Right Ascension, Declination, & The Twiller
    Available at B&N & Smashwords

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    Hello! I'm so pleased that my novel Baling is now available for the Nook!
    I don't know how things work here yet, so I'll leave the link like this till I figure it out!


    It's a YA coming of age story about two teenage brothers who are sent to the country one summer to help their aunt bale hay. They find mystery, danger, adventure, and just a little romance waiting for them!

    I hope you stop by and take a look!
    (Still waiting for a review..... )

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    Mr. Darcy
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    Thank you for this thread.

    I recently released the second book Tapestry Lion in my gothic historical fantasy series about the House of Landers. The first book in the series The Witch Awakening tells the story of Safire, a young psychic who struggles to control her abilities in a skewed Renaissance world that labels such abilities as witchcraft and punishable by death at the stake.


    Imagine being psychic in a skewed Renaissance world that burns witches at the stake . . . The Witch Awakening (Book 1 of the Landers Saga) Tapestry Lion (Book 2 of the Landers Saga) Phoenix Ashes (Book 3 of the Landers Saga) http://www.barnesandnoble.com/c/karen-nilsen

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    I have published my middle grade children's book called Bloated Goat for $.99 on NOOK.

    Bloated Goat is a book that children ages 8+ can read alone or with their parents and everyone can laugh together. It is filled with crazy characters (like Cocky Doodle, Granny Hammy, and Crazy Ned) that are thrown into the middle of unexpected situations (like a skunk wedding and a mushroom feast) and all sorts of wacky and wonderful things happen. You can't read it just once. Check out the product page for reviews and more.


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    Tom Sawyer
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    The Kinshield Legacy is an epic fantasy adventure.

    A mysterious stone tablet, five magical gems, dark secrets, a powerful sword, and a letter written two hundred years ago. These are the things that haunt Gavin Kinshield, a warrant knight destined to become king... unless he can find a replacement before the dark sorcerer Brodas Ravenkind finds him.

    Wulfstan, an Amazon top 500 reviewer, gave The Kinshield Legacy a 4-star review. He begins by writing, "This book was one of the best First Books by a new author I have been privileged to read and review."

    The blogger reviews:

    The Venom of Vipers is a sci-fi thriller.

    A super-virus is wiping out the human population. Our only hope is a genetically-modified human that could beat it. Ryder wants to be more than a lab rat; he wants to be free. Katie wants him to save the world. Genetic purists want him dead.

    Robert Duperre, in his review at Journal of Always, wrote, "In all, I had a very, very good time with The Venom of Vipers. It’s a poignant and fast-paced melding of science fiction, drama, and mystery. KC May solidifies herself as a writer to look out for in the future. She has something to say, she’s not afraid to say it, and she’s **** good at telling her story." (emphasis is Rob's)

    The blogger reviews:

    P.S. The Venom of Vipers was just listed in the top 15 books of 2010 at Journal of Always!
    K.C. May
    Newly released... The Wayfarer King book 2 of The Kinshield Saga (heroic fantasy)

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    Mr. Darcy
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    The Cemetery Vote and Forbidden Stories are available for Nook here: http://bit.ly/e1BDaV

    The Cemetery Vote

    - A political thriller of sex, drugs and election fraud: Jace Kingman, a drug dealer, is recruited to round up Latino day laborers and take them to the polls on Election Day. Dan Vienna, a fired police officer and aspiring internet porn producer, tries to extort a million dollars from a losing candidate for U.S. Senate by claiming he can prove the election was stolen. Everything goes wrong.

    Amazon reviews here: http://bit.ly/9fHs33

    Forbidden Stories

    - Eros and thanatos: Stories of sex and death.

    Amazon reviews here: http://bit.ly/dI73sR

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    Alaska eBooks Alaskan Authors http://home.gci.net/~bue/index.html has published six ebooks. A recent Press Release about this website is here:

    Happy New Year to one and all.

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    Thanks for this thread.

    My book, No Good Deed, is a thriller. Here's the summary:

    Mark Taylor discovers first hand that no good deed goes unpunished when he finds an old camera in a Afghanistan bazaar that gives him more than great photos. It triggers dreams of future events. When one shows a devastating terrorist attack, he tries to warn of the danger, but no one listens. Instead, he's arrested as an enemy combatant.

    But when he dreams of another deadly terrorist attack only hours away, can Mark risk his hard won freedom to prevent the attacks--even if doing so forces him to trust the one man he hates most in the world?

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