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The United States of Absurdity

The creators of the podcast The Dollop present illustrated profiles of the weird, outrageous, NSFW, and downright absurd tales from American history that you weren't taught in school.The United States of Absurdity presents short, informative, and hilarious stories of...

Bullwhacked

Old, tired Cooper Lydell finally thinks his life is going okay after his son Tommy starts winning big money and Cooper is able to retire. Unfortunately, his self-appointed gig as Tommy's manager doesn't last very long. Suddenly, Tommy disappears. Was he kidnapped?...

A Marriage Well Done

In the marriage game, when is it time to throw in the towel? Margot Simpson was raised to believe that you don’t run for cover the moment it rains. You don’t slide divorce papers across the kitchen island, especially when you have a teenage son. You roll up your...

The United States of Absurdity

The creators of the podcast The Dollop present illustrated profiles of the weird, outrageous, NSFW, and downright absurd tales from American history that you weren't taught in school.The United States of Absurdity presents short, informative, and hilarious stories of...

Flora Mackintosh and the Hungarian Affair

Flora Mackintosh's only real problem was managing to source decent gin at school - at least until she received a mysterious telegram from an uncle she never knew she had, summoning her to Hungary. Sneaking out of St. Penrith's for Girls and with the promise of...

Growing Season

A faded farmhouse, a devoted dog. One special summer.Melinda is already at a crossroads when the “for rent” sign beckons her down a dusty gravel lane. Facing forty and downsized from her successful career at a Twin Cities ad agency, she's struggling to move forward...

The Silver Ladies of Penny Lane

‘Dee MacDonald’s books are so heart-warming. They make you laugh-out-loud one minute, and then have you crying the next… they’re really emotional and tug at the heart strings but are fun, life-affirming reads!’ Stardust Book ReviewsTess and Orla have been best friends...

Grand Theft Retro

Sometimes you have to accept the past in order to embrace your future. And sometimes "the past" is "the seventies." When Samantha Kidd's job at Retrofit Magazine leads her into the archives of seventies style, she's prepared to report on patchwork velvet and platform...

Jane Steele

The reimagining of Jane Eyre as a gutsy, heroic serial killer that The New York Times Book Review calls “wonderfully entertaining” and USA Today describes as “sheer mayhem meets Victorian propriety”—nominated for the 2017 Edgar Award for Best Novel.“Reader, I murdered...

Calling Invisible Women

A delightfully funny novel packing a clever punch, from the author of the New York Times bestselling Julie and Romeo A mom in her early fifties, Clover knows she no longer turns heads the way she used to, and she's only really missed when dinner isn't on the table on...