Books tagged: stories and opinions

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Thoughts of an Ordinary Man
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Price: $4.98 USD. Words: 69,890. Language: English. Published: October 20, 2009. Category: Nonfiction » Entertainment » Humor and satire
Thoughts of an Ordinary Man is a compilation of thoughts from Jack Gorman - any subject that comes to mind; and in no particular order. He covers all ideas, from conversations he has had, his reactions to newspapers and other media reports, and virtually everything that he has formed opinions on.
The Royal Bank of Stories
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 51,620. Language: English. Published: January 16, 2010. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
Short stories that would be true had the world been more sane (or insane). These stories tell of our past and future with a bit of humour and fantasy thrown in. They are guaranteed to touch your emotionally somehow - you'll laugh, cry (maybe), chuckle, sigh, yell 'Eureka!' and you may even realise just how amazing you are, which is the whole point of the stories. Oh, yes, you may even enjoy them!
On Being a Shit: Unkind Deeds & Cover-Ups in Everyday Life
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 46,260. Language: English. Published: February 25, 2010. Category: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Confidence and self-esteem
Through stories, this book shows the many ways that people avoid admitting they have done something wrong. Humor, acting innocent, and blaming others are just some of them. Getting others to believe it is their fault is the crowning achievement of being a shit. This book is a humorous look at a serious topic.
The Box by Matthew Chambers
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 16,990. Language: English. Published: December 27, 2010. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Urban
I met Matthew Chambers in a cafe in a small village of Hamme, Belgium. We talked on several occasions and always I had the impression that he was a man who was being pursued. I knew not by whom. And then one day he was not at the cafe at our accustomed time. Weeks passed. No Matthew. And then one morning this manuscript appeared on my door step.