Who doesn’t love a freebie? Here we go.
Milking the Rhino: Dangerously Funny Lists, by Chris Rush
From Amazon: “Chris Rush, considered a comedian's comedian, has performed at clubs, colleges, and theaters across the United States and Canada. He has been selected best male comic by the Association of Comedy Artists. His debut album, First Rush, went gold and is considered a cult classic. His second album, Beaming In, also a classic, has been re-released as a CD and is available at laugh.com. Chris Rush was one of the original contributors to National Lampoon magazine, and he can be heard on Sirius and XM satellite radio. More information is available at www.chrisrushcomedy.com and www.milkingtherhino.com.”
Dead Men Tell No Tales, by Ernest William Hornung
Excerpt: “Nothing is so easy as falling in love on a long sea voyage except falling out of love. Especially was this the case in the days when the wooden clippers did finely to land you in Sydney or in Melbourne under the four full months. We all saw far too much of each other unless indeed we were to see still more.”
On Project Gutenberg
The Problem with Polly, by Scott William Carter
From Smashwords: “How many cats is too many? One? Ten? A thousand? When Nathan Randall awakes one morning to find a strange tortoise shell cat sitting on his dresser, he's soon struggling with the most unusual problem of his life.”