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A Field Guide to Geezers is based on decades of research by an amateur naturalist and geezer enthusiast. This first book of its kind offers detailed field notes and illustrations describing the unique behaviors and entertaining habits of 13 species. You, too, will discover that these charming hominids among us really are worthy of your time and attention. Learn viewing techniques as well as secret tips for meeting and live-trapping your own dream-geezer. Written with affection by Rae Ellen Lee, the author of the award-winning memoir, My Next Husband Will Be Normal: A St. John Adventure.
Award-winning author Becky Povich has published a humorous, poignant memoir, From Pigtails to Chin Hairs: A Memoir & More. She’s written for anthologies, newspapers and magazines, but this is her first book.
New York Times bestselling author Lisa Scottoline revolutionized crime fiction when she introduced her all-female law firm of Rosato & Associates, thrilling readers with her twisty, fast-paced plots and capturing their hearts with her cast of strong and relatable female characters. Now, everyone’s favorite team of unstoppable female lawyers is back with their most unusual case yet in her new book, Accused.
Mary I. Farr’s wildly funny and gently inspirational book, Never Say Neigh, has won honors from The Paris Book Festival, the Great Midwest Book Festival and the Animals, Animals, Animals Book Festival. A retired hospital chaplain with plenty of wisdom under her belt and a lifelong passion for horses, Farr chose an unusual writing partner for her award-winning book — her American quarter horse, Noah Vail. He eschews violence, prejudice and polarized politics — all with a generous dose of levity and fun.
In Misadventures of a Zoo Keeper, British comedy writer Bill Naylor gives a humorous account of his experiences as a zoo keeper. In the book, animals behave badly and people behave madly. Even readers with only a passing interest in the creatures that flutter or slither across the pages will be entertained. Be prepared, however, for a liberal amount of gratuitous violence, inflicted by zoo inmates on unsuspecting zoo personnel.
The talented W. Bruce Cameron has published another heartwarming, hilarious book, The Dogs of Christmas. Kirkus calls the novel “a book about dog lovers by an author who understands the canine soul.” Cameron is the New York Times bestselling author of A Dog’s Purpose, A Dog’s Journey and 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, which was turned into the hit ABC series.
“Would It Kill Ya?” — a humorous short story by Stacey Gustafson — will appear in Not Your Mother’s Book…On Family. She has six stories published in five books in this series. She also is the monthly humor columnist for Generation Fabulous. Her blog — “Are You Kidding Me?” — is based on her suburban family and everyday life.
Sissy Silva, a writer from is Manhattan’s Lower East Side, believes everyone has a story and tries to remember this when they annoy her. She’s been described as an Erma Bombeck wanna be. Random Ish & Other Nonsense: Things that make you shake your head, curse like a sailor & give the finger is her first self-published book.