Humor & Entertainment

July 18, 2019

Escape From Samsara

"Escape From Samsara" by Nicky Blue

| Website | Instagram | A fatal mistake catapults Barry Harris into the adventure of a lifetime. With talking hedges, samurai ghosts, meddling psychotherapists, and an inexplicably non-linear time pattern conspiring against him, Barry must do battle to save his hide, unleash the ninja within, and rescue his father from an ancient army, a dark sorcerer and a raging inferno.

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May 15, 2019

Caffeinated Humor

"Caffeinated Humor: Coffee and Sarcasm: People behaving badly" by Will McKinley

Humor, particularly sarcastic humor, takes on an ugly and hysterical edge when you have had entirely too much caffeine. Normally it is considered rude to listen in on other's conversations and then write about it. In my defense, it made me laugh and I was left unsupervised. This book is the product of gallons of coffee and hours spent in some of my favorite coffee shops, eavesdropping and tattling the best parts to you. Your welcome.

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April 19, 2019

Bikes Cars And Thoughts From Mars

"Bikes Cars And Thoughts From Mars" by Michael W J Wilgar

| Website | Bikes, Cars and Thoughts From Mars is Michael W J Wilgar’s evocative and refreshing memoir that’s a must-read for anyone born in the 1970s. Packed with scenic motorcycle adventures and coming of age memories, stories of friendship, fatherhood and family relationships, loss and laughter, this is an unforgettable depiction of his life so far. He shares his diverse anecdotes with relish, honesty and humour, to create the kind of read that stays with you long after the book is finished. From his early childhood in Northern Ireland, the broken bone stories, and the toys he played with to his first bicycle and the youth club discos, there is much in here to bring a smile to any ‘70s child. His lifelong love of motorcycles has enabled him to enjoy escapades without circumnavigating the globe and forge biker friendships which last forever. What stands out most in this entertaining memoir is the author’s wry sense of humour, plenty of which is sprinkled throughout the book. He offers ‘Sound Advice’ to other bikers and shares his personal insight into the BBC’s ‘Top Gear’ programme (both past and present versions) – both of which will provoke a reaction from even the most tight-lipped people. If you’re an avid memoir reader you will thoroughly enjoy Wilgar’s chatty, warm and articulate writing style, and by the final page you’ll feel like you know him inside out.

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March 14, 2019

lol : first time to be a hero

"lol : first time to be a hero" by Mohammed Nasser

| Facebook | Instagram | Mack King, a very skilled martial art practitioner who lives with his mother in a simple house. His father’s drunkenness and womanizing had resulted into divorcing his wife. He has a brother (Reed King) who choose to live with his rich father who remarried. Mack who was jobless acquired a job as a bodyguard where his duty was to guard his boss’s daughter, Linda. Mack has decided never to leave his brother, who has a heart problem. Mack, on a fateful day took his brother out bowling, but they came across a twist of fate when a group of bullies invaded the bowling arena which led to rowdiness of the place however resulting to a sudden heart attack to Reed requiring him to have a heart transplant immediately. With the help of a doctor, he succeeded in sneaking in his brother in order to give him necessary treatment before the main operation but unfortunately, the hospital they were in has been seized by a terrorist group led by Kizo and partnered by Xyla (a very skilled lady). Unavoidably, Mack got involved and fought against the terrorists, as he needs to save his brother.

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