Beat the January Blues With Free Books #6

Here’s the link to access all 20 free books : https://books.bookfunnel.com/januaryblues/bcr0bw4gt6

These books are free until 31st of January.

Here are some covers and blurbs:

Fun Stories For Your Drive To Work by R. Scott Murphy

This is the first book in the Fun Stories series.  All three FS books have spent time at #1 on Amazon Humor.  Three tracks from the audio version of this book have hit #1 on iTunes Comedy Songs.  This book is for anyone that enjoys humor and entertainment short reads, plus anyone that has ever said, “More cowbell!” Reviewers say this book is “fun, college type humor,” “a fun bunch of random ideas,” “very funny and on point,” and “laugh out loud funny.”  If you enjoy humor that is observational, absurdist, self-deprecating, sarcastic, and laced with wacky deconstruction and unpredictable rhythms, Fun Stories is for you. If you don’t enjoy offbeat humor, do not download this book, stop reading right now, and report directly to the Soup Nazi

Rocket Fuel Pee: Man of Ruin by Oliver Franks

For Dave Smith, it’s the end of his world. You see, it burns through everything it touches. Boy does it burn. He was an average sort of a bloke before – now he’s a mortal danger to pretty much anything that happens to stand in his way. Toilets, trees, walls – nothing and nobody is safe. At least not when a certain call of nature comes, well, calling.

So the poor guy doesn’t have a whole lot of options. It’s a case of problems, rather than options. How to cope? Where to wee? Why in the hell is this happening to me?

Then there’s the police to consider.

Man of Ruin is the five-star rated first book in the Rocket Fuel Pee trilogy, a series of comic novels aimed squarely at fans of sci-fi horror movies and gruesome late night TV shows. You know, the ones with mutations and splatter and science-gone-wrong. Plus you need to appreciate British humour. Or at least not get wound up by it.

The Astonishing Anniversaries of James and David by M J Dees

More about The Astonishing Anniversaries of James and David by M J Dees

How do you know if you have achieved success? No matter how successful he becomes James doesn’t feel happy. Meanwhile, his twin brother, David, seems content regardless of the dreadful, life threatening events which afflict him year after year.  The Astonishing Anniversaries of James and David is as much a nostalgic romp through 70s, 80s and 90s England as it is a shocking and occasionally tragic comedy.     “Once I started, I had a hard time stopping”   ” I enjoyed the story very much, and I kept wondering what was coming next”   “This would turn into a pretty good movie.”   “I love how the storytelling focuses on a view of their lives through the one day – their birthday”

What Friends Are For by J.B. Reynolds

When you’re a young mother living in a small town miles away from friends and family, boredom and loneliness are part of the job description. So when Tracy receives an unexpected call from the beautiful and elegant Kate Hensley, she jumps at the chance to get out of the house and share the company of another woman. But Kate is everything Tracy isn’t, and she finds herself questioning Kate’s motives in extending the invitation. When a chance meeting turns their expedition sour, Tracy gets her answer, but it’s not one she’s expecting…

Happy reading, Samantha xx

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