First let me give you the link to access these free humour books : https://books.bookfunnel.com/januaryblues/bcr0bw4gt6
They are free until the 31st of January 2019.
Here are some blurbs and covers:
More about Tomorrow’s World by Guy Portman
The future’s here and it’s great. You can live for a very long time, you can experience the dream in virtual reality, and you can even worship David Hasselhoff. But not everyone is feeling fulfilled …
With the relentlessly increasing mandatory retirement age, Terrence can see no end to his life of drudgery. And then there are the compensation claim drones …
On the other side of the pond, Walter is faring far better. With the assistance of age-defying medication, the kung fu hyper-capitalist plans to prosper indefinitely. However, there are plenty of people who want to see him fail.
Will these two contrasting characters thrive in a future that’s changing forever? Or even survive? And what about the rest of us?
If you like dark humour and scathing satire, then you will relish experiencing tomorrow’s outlandish world through the eyes of its colourful cast of characters.
‘… in Tomorrow’s World, Guy has seen the writing on the wall. And it’s in emojis’ – Adam Riley (comedian)
‘This book will certainly have you turning the pages to see what happens next …’ – The Daily Squib
More about Meat Market by Rob Radcliffe
Left jobless, womanless, and even dogless, Greg finds himself at a crossroads in his life. Fortunately Greg’s best mate Stu has come to the rescue.
Now it’s Stu’s job to lead Greg down the path of enlightenment, where women swarm by their hundreds and will pay for Greg’s company.
Welcome to the Meat Market, where everything has a price, even love.
This is a pre-release sampler for ‘Anthracite’ – a comedy cyberpunk novel of parallel universes, zero point energy, kamikaze druids and Welsh world domination.
Deadbeat Kevin Jones finds himself kidnapped to an alternative reality where Wales is the single global superpower. Abducted from his mundane existence by the mysterious Gwen, she tells him there are forces seeking his destruction – he has to run or die. It turns out Kevin’s story holds the key to why all worlds but ours turn out the way they do – Pax Cambria.
Ever wondered why there’s not more Welsh themed comedy cyberpunk? Featuring a host of mysterious characters, cheese-on-toast based fast food, alt-right druids and robot male-voice choirs, ‘Anthracite’ begins the battle to set this travesty straight. Swansea has never looked more like near-future L.A. It’s already got the rain.
Happy reading, Samantha xx