The White Privilege Album: Bringing Racial Harmony to Very Fine People…on Both Sides

Publication Date: 09/17/2024

White privilege gave us Western civilization, the middle class, and the nuclearfamily—you’re welcome! This book is dedicated to the very fine people that made it all happen. A comedy about race, wokeness, and cancel culture in America. A tragedy about race, wokeness, and cancel culture in America. Part satire, part…

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Spare Me

Publication Date: 07/16/2024

You won't want to miss the explosive insights and unfiltered perspective in legendary broadcaster Anthony Cumia’s latest book. In his much-anticipated second book, Spare Me, radio personality and podcaster Anthony Cumia returns, unleashing a scorching and unapologetic commentary that spans the spectrum from politics to entertainment, while sparing no particular…

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Jimmy Dunne Says: 47 Short Stories That Are Sure to Make You Laugh, Cry—and Think

Publication Date: 06/18/2024

Jimmy Dunne is America’s new positive, inspiring voice—reminding us all of the absolute wonder right in our own backyards. Jimmy Dunne Says is a collection of author Jimmy Dunne’s best bite-sized stories that Americans everywhere are spreading and sharing.  These stories are heartfelt, smart, and thought-provoking, and some will have you absolutely belly-laughing. Some…

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Everything is Ice Cream: A Tale of an Old Man and His Tongue

Publication Date: 02/06/2024

President Joe Biden loves ice cream, and in his search around the White House for the delicious frozen treat, he discovers a wonderful secret beyond his wildest confectionary dreams! Joe Biden loved ice cream, and no doubt about it! He couldn’t imagine a White House without it! And thanks to…

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I Will Not Eat Crickets: A Lone Satirist Declares War on the Globalist Elite

Publication Date: 01/16/2024

What globalist elites like George Soros, Bill Gates and Klaus Schwab really have in common is not a coordinated plan to dominate the world, but their smug belief that the rest of us are idiots. Globalism wants to force us to eat crickets to save the planet. I won’t. Ever. Globalism…

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Welcome to the Stupidpocalypse: Survival Tips for the Dumbageddon

Publication Date: 09/19/2023

Welcome to the Stupidpocalypse—where common sense has become the rarest element on Earth and rage is all the rage. Think of this collection of short comedic essays on politics, life, and more as a field guide for life. Social media darling Brittlestar brings readers a book of essays similar to…

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Periods, Period.

Publication Date: 04/04/2023

Jam-packed with fun-filled and useful tips for every stage of your menstruation journey—this inclusive book is for all. Inspired by the over half the population that bleeds, Periods, Period is an amusing, cheeky, and thoughtful collection of essays, games, photos, art and (over)sharing aimed to help survive and thrive during your periods.

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The Shakespeare Haggadah: Elevate Thy Seder with the Bard of Avon (Second Folio)

Publication Date: 02/14/2023

It be the Passover Haggadah, as Shakespeare would hast writ it, hadst the idea occurred to him. Art thee a teenager? Most wondrous. How about a tweenager? Coequal better. Perhaps thou art a drossy adolescent or gamesome adult? Readeth this while the stodgy elders and fartuous children readeth the haggadot,…

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R is for Revenge Dress: A Princess Diana–Inspired Alphabet Book for Grown-Ups

Publication Date: 11/15/2022

R is for Revenge Dress explores the celebrated life of Princess Diana through the alphabet. “A-mazing to ‘C’ the younger generation B-eing so interested in the legacy of HRH.” —Andrew Morton, Author of Diana: Her True Story Though “R” is for Revenge Dress, this book is rather sweet—about a cheeky…

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Your House Keys are in the Dryer: A Parenting Haiku Book

Publication Date: 11/15/2022

Written by moms, Your House Keys are in the Dryer: A Parenting Haiku Book describes the biggest job in the world…in the fewest syllables possible. Distilling motherhood into the traditional 5-7-5 haiku format was thrilling, exhausting, and all these busy moms had time for. Writing one haiku In between lunch,…

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