This follow-up to the hilarious first edition contains a collection of edgy flash humor quips in the tradition of Jack Handy's "Deep Thoughts" and George Carlin's "Brain Droppings." This stuff is not for the faint of heart.
Floyd Cervenka has issues. He's lost his health insurance, he's hallucinating, and the bank wants to foreclose on his home. To make matters worse, he's finding and dreaming about severed body parts, and limbless ghosts are haunting him.
Douglas Adams meets Roger Zelazny. This novelette mixes absurd humor, parallel universes, and romantic drama while managing to ask life's ultimate question: What is a koala doing in a boot?
The Argument of Constants won the 2010 Writers of the Future Contest Honorable Mention.
While a 50-foot tall zombie gorilla smashes the hell out of a small town, Candice Wanglund drags her son Jake through the hazardous streets in an attempt to get away from the man that is determined to kill them. She wishes her husband Dale was by her side; he would know what to do. The good news––Dale’s alive. Problem is, he was eaten by Kong.
Ryan Martin is about to embark on a journey into another reality, a very dark reality. Upon going for a short walk to the local convenience store Ryan passes through a portal and into a very dark world for which he desperate to find a way out. Will Ryan Martin escape the darkenss or will he be forever trapped in this realm?
IT'S THE BEST OF BOTH BOOKS!
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An anthology of the strange, bizarre, and just plain weird.
There’s a pandemic. People are turning into clowns. Society isn’t interested in finding a cure or treating the infected as humans. But when unconventional couriers begin to harass the contaminated, and clowns start disappearing, a band of transformed coworkers set out to find answers.