Books tagged: internet humor

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Silly Daddy in Space: A Family Comic of Hope and Hyperspace
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 8,810. Language: English. Published: April 28, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Graphic novels & comics » Comics, Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
A lighthearted yet insightful view of the future: Xeric Award winning cartoonist Joe Chiappetta pokes fun at science fiction, robots, aliens, futuristic gadgets, Star Trek and Star Wars. In Silly Daddy style, this comic book is filtered through the endearing eyes of Joe's children as well as his own experience as a sci-fi loving husband and father of three. For all ages, even geek dads and moms.
The Joy of Google
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 23,030. Language: English. Published: April 24, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Computers and Internet » Internet, Fiction » Literature » Literary
Search results as memoir: A year in the life of a compulsive Googler, including THE SECRET OF LIFE IS......WHAT DOES PRICELESS MEAN...SEX FOR ME HAS ALWAYS BEEN...WHY MY DOG ALWAYS...CLICKABLE GOD...AND OPRAH INVITED...I KNEW WAS TROUBLE...THIS GINORMOUS CLOUD...and many, many more. Fascinating, hilarious, moving & compulsive reading from the author of Lemon" and "Horrible Child."
Seven Floors High
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 129,200. Language: English. Published: December 10, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Alternative history
Seven Floors High is based around a true story of life inside Iaxis, a "New Age" Internet company during the boom of 2000. This riveting and fast paced novel provides a vivid and humorous account of life inside Iaxis during this extravagant "dot.com" period.
Cats in Cyberspace
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 61,510. Language: English. Published: June 15, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General, Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
The great thing about the Internet, for Fluffy and PKP, is that no one knows they are cats. So they embark on an epic project to achieve financial independence for their wage-slave Two-Feet companions (mostly, truth be told, so the people can stay home and produce snacks on demand). It's not as simple as they thought, and their misadventures make for a great story with lots of laughs.