Free: The Hack

Max McMillan, a renowned and worshiped author, takes the reader on a journey through his playboy, luxurious, and millions-of-Instagram-follower life. Annoyed by his stardom, and seemingly out for self-destruction, Max’s story is one of constant disaster. However, when he discovers that his best friend, Jack, a poor and unpublished writer, is losing his wife to cancer, he decides to risk it all to help them in this hilarious and satirical romantic comedy. ... [Read More...]

Free: Instapoet

For classmates, Max Wilson & Jeff Button, their disdain towards Texas Tech’s exclusive English department divides relationships. Yet, a new medium, ‘Glanceagram’, is discovered and their dreams of becoming an ‘instapoet’ turn into a grandiose reality neither expected. “Instapoet”, a comedy, draws inspiration from the illustrious Instagram subcommunity. Analyzing trends and exposing devious practices, this novel centralizes on how one’s moral c... [Read More...]

Book About a Book

This is not a typical book review and you don’t have to read the book I’m reviewing in order to enjoy Book about a Book. The subject matter of etiquette of the Victorian era can be quite easily imagined. Book about a Book provides a comparison between modern days and the days of the Victorian era. Give this book a chance, you might just love it! This is a fun review of the publication, Ladies’ Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness, written around a hundred years ago by F... [Read More...]

Fairfax and Glew (Volume 1)

Fairfax is a roughneck black sheep. Glew is a private investigator with too much time on his hands. Together they bust up thieves in these five tales. Axe Kick- Fairfax and Glew are stuck in a snow storm but they find that crime doesn’t shut down because of the weather. Credit- An old friend is leaving the area and baiting thieves for Fairfax and Glew to play with. Sweat Stains- Suzie’s boyfriend is swiping things from her but Fairfax and Glew are on the prowl after him. Mouse Trap-... [Read More...]

Free: Body or How Hope Confronts Her Shadow and Calls the Flutter Girl to Flight

Body is a humorous novel, but it is also a self-help guide: By learning from the three women in this story, readers can see themselves, explore their relationships with their bodies, and begin their own journeys to healthy eating and body image by following the seven principles laid out in the story. Free on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Free: All the F*cks I Cannot Give

Kelly Carson is one of those ‘Clark Kent’ like guys who just can’t stand up for himself. His wife doesn’t love him, his boss doesn’t respect him, and his father refers to Kelly’s twin sister as the son he always wanted. With three weeks to go before Christmas, Kelly receives the shock of his life when he’s fired over the telephone while waiting to catch a flight home. Terri Flynn, a free-spirited starlet who is running away to New York after walking off the set of her latest featu... [Read More...]

I Am Iron Man

There is something amiss in the forgotten suburb of Langford. Matthew Sullivan senses it, but he can’t be certain if it’s his paranoia acting up or if people really are out to get him. He hasn’t slept since before the twins were born, and his sanity is hanging on by a thread. If he doesn’t figure out Langford’s secret soon, his entire family could be in serious danger. A danger that is a lot closer to home than he thinks… $0.99 on Kindle ... [Read More...]

Free: The Corridor

A laugh-out-loud comedy set in Oxford University which follows the student lives of the next generation of Prime Ministers and world leaders. The Corridor is a documentary-style comedy that follows a group of Oxford students through their conversations, tweets, emails, video diaries and text messages. Unsurprisingly, the students are more interested in their bizarre clubs, secret dining societies and political schemes than attending lectures or writing essays. ... [Read More...]

Free: The Corridor (Volume 2)

The long-awaited sequel to The Corridor – a laugh-out-loud comedy set in Oxford University which follows the student lives of the next generation of Prime Ministers and world leaders. The Corridor is a documentary-style comedy that follows a group of Oxford students through their conversations, tweets, emails, video diaries, and text messages. Unsurprisingly, the students are more interested in their bizarre clubs, secret dining societies, and political schemes than attending lectures or ... [Read More...]