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Here is what some very famous people had to say about, “Off My Meds”.


SETH MACFARLANE

- “Timeless Humor”


JEFF FOXWORTHY

- "If you don't laugh at this....you might not have a

sense of humor!"


BILLY CRYSTAL,

- “"Very funny. In the tradition of Gahan Wilson!"


JACK BLACK

- "Funny as Hell "


CHARLES SCHULZ, (Creator of “Peanuts”)

- “Leslie Taha has finally made clear for me a few opinions which I have been afraid to voice myself for a long time. Finally, he has drawn for us the truth about, “The Three Bears,” “Red Ridinghood.” “Frankenstein,” courtrooms, “Humpty Dumpty,” and a few doctors and lawyers.”


LOUIE ANDERSON

- "Loved it. Dark, disturbing, and funny"


DICK DEBARTOLO, (Writer for “Mad Magazine”)

- “I laughed so much, I thought I was reading my own work! Then I realized it was SOMEONE ELSE who had written such funny stuff, and I confined my joy to broad smiling.


TOM REEDER, ( Writer / producer for “Cheers” “Night Court”, and “Frasier”)

- “I really enjoyed it, ... in the bizarre tradition of Virgil Partch, Gary Larson, and Jerry Van Amerongen.”


For many years, Les Taha’s single panel humorous cartoons have appeared in small community newspapers, college papers, and magazines throughout the U.S. and Canada. More than likely you have seen them somewhere. His new book, “Off My Meds” is a collection of nearly 500 of his very best cartoons. They have often been compared to Gary Larson’s, “The Far Side”. The subject matter of his humor is all over the place. His targets are politicians, animals, the workplace, healthcare, fables, insects, monsters, and more. The humor is intelligent, bizarre, poignant, sick, insightful, and silly. Taha’s cartoons are so crazy and bizarre that many have suggested (and even ordered him) to get back on his meds. So for all of you sick fans who have been suffering from, “The Far Side” withdrawals, at last there is a cure. “Off My Meds” is just what the doctor ordered.

Note: 2nd edition.  Professionally edited by David "Blazing Beard" Gatewood, Thane of the Stonescribe clan

Just because you're short, crotchety, seldom bathe, like to drink, and have a beard doesn't make you a Dwarf. (1)

To see how much you differ from the typical (2) Dwarf, you have but to read Confessions of an Angry Dwarf. If you still think you're a Dwarf after reading this concise guide to Dwarfdom, then you will not be the only one full of surprise.

Confessions of an Angry Dwarf will correct (3) any (4) misperceptions you may have about the ancient and noble traditions of Dwarfdom.

If you're a bit more certain about your identity but have ever wanted to explore the inner workings of the Dwarven psyche (5,6), then Confessions of an Angry Dwarf will be your gateway to a world probably better left unvisited.

With enlightening chapters such as All that Glimmers Might be Gold, Allies and Whether ta Tolerate 'Em, When NOT ta Wear Full Plate, Tha Fine Art o' Belchin', Grabbin' tha Dragon by tha Horns, When Yer Beard Catches Fire, On Learnin' ta Growl, One Good Thumpin' Deserves Another and On Never Conformin' ta Expectation, Confessions of an Angry Dwarf delivers a veritable treasure trove of almost useful information on realizing one's potential as a
Dwarf.

If, on the assuredly remote possibility you still maintain some interest in Dwarves, thenConfessions of an Angry Dwarf will be your irrefutably refutable guide to Dwarfdom and Dwarven endeavor. (7)

Observations from a talking axe:

   1. These qualities will generally draw comparisons to things other than Dwarves.
   2. Or atypical in the case of Urdaen"Flamebeard" Doomhammer.
   3. More likely further.
   4. Or many.
   5. Such as it is.
   6. Brave soul that you are.

   7. Now go grab your axe, don your armor, and start reading!

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The EA'AE books are guides one might happen upon within the larger multiverse created in the Chronicles of the Fists trilogy... fantasy books giving farcical advice for professions that don't exist (even if we may want for them to... or not).    

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Note: 2nd edition.  Professionally edited by David Gatewood, Stygian Overlord


So you want to be a villain?
 
You do know that being a villain isn't all fun-filled romps in dank, lightless tombs, incendiary encounters with intellectually stunted heroes, joyously crushing the hopes and dreams of unsuspecting innocents, accumulating vast hordes of ill-gotten wealth, and advancing your agenda on a world unappreciative of your greatness? (1)
 
You really want to be hunted by unethical vigilantes(2), chased by grown adults wearing skintight suits, ostracized from (in)decent society, forced to forge ahead in a universe largely opposed to your relentless pursuit of self-interest, and relegated to a life of bad hygiene and poor fashion choices?
 
Have you considered another career?
 
Ever?
 
If not, then villainy is for you, and Nemesis - A Good Guide for Bad Guys is the manual you'll live(3) by!
 
Nemesis - A Good Guide for Bad Guys provides a wealth of information you do not wish to have on becoming a villain and succeeding in the kingdom of evil.
 
With illuminating topics such as The Villainy of Villainy, On Accepting Advice and Recognizing Terrible Ideas, How to Keep Your Secret Plans Secret, Horrible Haircuts, The Humility of Arrogance, The Good Guys Don't Always Win, and Happily Never After, Nemesis - A Good Guide for Bad Guys has more information than you can hope to want on being a villain. (4)
 
If, on the assuredly infinitesimal possibility you have not yet come to your senses about becoming a villain, then Nemesis - A Good Guide for Bad Guys will be your highly impractical pragmatic guide to commencing upon the often volatile, failure-laden, frustrating, dangerous, and short-lived career of the evildoer, archrival, supervillain, antihero, fell overlord, or nemesis. (5)
 
Read this if you value your life:
 
     1. Okay, maybe it is.
     2. Probably your extended family.
     3. Or die. 
     4. Only a minute portion actually being practical.
     5. You have been warned.


From the AuthorThe EA'AE books are guides one might happen upon within the larger multiverse created in the Chronicles of the Fists trilogy... fantasy books giving farcical advice for professions that don't exist (even if we may want for them to... or not).    




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Note: 2nd edition.  Professionally edited by David Gatewood, Post-Technological Metamagician


Are you a Gnome?
 
Do you want to be one? 
 
Do you know what one is?
 
Do you have magical, technical, or any other talent whatsoever? (1)
 
Do you pine after a non-holographic Omnicron, make design sketches of transmorphic actionable multidimensional exo-robotic systems, create novel subroutines for synthetic intelligences, tinker with Dwarf-proof beard mowers, imagine a grand unified theory of life, the universe, and facial hair, or take apart and modify negentropy cannons for fun and amusement?
 
Do you like root vegetables?
 
If you answered yes to one of these questions (2), then you may have what it takes to be a Paratechnologist, a wondrous master of the uniquely Gnomish art of blending magic and technology!
 
Within this concise guide you will find answers to many of the questions you do not have about becoming a Paratechnologist. (3) 
 
With enlightening topics including Two Wrongs Often Make a Right, What Doesn't Kill You Can Also Maim, Destroy, and Disfigure, Moving Beyond Clockwork Devices, and How to Avoid Mustache Entanglement, Everygnome's Guide to Paratechnology has more information than you care to know about Paratechnology. (4)
 
If, on the absolutely slim chance you are interested in Gnomish technowizardry (5), then Everygnome's Guide to Paratechnology will be your easily disposed of indispensible guide to embarking upon the often smoldering, explosive, nonsensical, and somewhat erratic path of the Paratechnologist.
 
Notes to self (and others):
     1. Real or imagined.
     2. Or any other.
     3. Who would? 
     4. Assuming you actually cared about Paratechnology in the first place.
     5. Or are interested in making fun of those who are.

From the AuthorThe EA'AE books are guides one might happen upon within the larger multiverse created in the Chronicles of the Fists trilogy... fantasy books giving farcical advice for professions that don't exist (even if we may want for them to... or not).    





Note: 2nd edition.  Professionally edited by David Gatewood, Archmage 

So you want to be a wizard?

You know being a wizard is not all quests filled with high adventure, finding priceless treasure, warm adulation and reward, and uncovering newfound knowledge?

You really want to be ensorcelled by fell magics, accosted by boisterous knights, enchanted by hostile magicians, waylaid by villainous rogues, attacked by creatures from the nether realms, cursed by dread warlocks, and worse? And those on some of your better days?

Seriously?

Are you crazy?

If you are (crazy, not serious... serious is optional), then Mulogo is the wizard for you and Mulogo's Treatise on Wizardry is the guide you'll live by! 



Mulogo's Treatise on Wizardry provides a concise summary in plain (well, mostly plain) language for wizards who wish to have a manual for surviving in a harsh world where people (and much nastier) want to kill you and take your stuff (usually in that order).

With varied subject topics including Allies and Whether to Buy Them, On Reducing Risk (and Capitalizing on the Failure of Others), Protecting Yourself From Yourself, How to Minimize the Curiosity of Others, and When Griffins Attack, Mulogo's Treatise on Wizardry will allow you to thrive... but first you have to survive. 

Hopefully you'll enjoy a few laughs along the way. (1)

Scribe's Notes:

     1. Mulogo's Treatise on Wizardry is a largely farcical text making light of wizardly conventions within the larger fantasy, gaming, and roleplaying traditions, assorted related communities and offshoots, memes, and various cultural derivatives. (2)
     2. If you do not like satire, or laughing, this book is not for you. (3)
     3. Perhaps a more exciting tome--such
as Navel Lint, Its Permutations and Harvesting--would be more to your liking. (4)
     4. Mulogo does not condone laughing.

====================================================

Praise for Mulogo's Treatise on Wizardry:

"Luckily, I happened upon Mulogo's Treatise on Wizardry early on in my tutelage while perusing my Master's library. The Treatise remains to this day one of the most influential and
formative works on my development and outlook as a magician. Mulogo's insights helped me survive my grueling training with a fell god and become the Priest I am today."

- Wrindanneth the Red, erstwhile Priest of Maeth Onai, member of the Fists

"I avoided Mulogo's Treatise on Wizardry like the plague during my training, as its perspective is entirely unlike my own. It had no influence on my profession or progression. I have little need or interest in being like either Mulogo or Wrindanneth." 

- Aroganji, Fang Shih of Chang Sen, member of the Fists 

"I never heard o' Mulogo's Treatise til Wrindanneth showed it ta me. I have no need fer a manual on trimmin' my nose hairs. They help support my beard."

- Slate Flintforge, Dwarven Bor'Banna, Brewmaster, Eater of Leftovers, and member of
the Fists 

"I could never make it past the subtitles."

- Hoyt, Proprietor of Hoyt's - Oddities, Found Goods, and Sundries, wizard of TellanonFrom the AuthorThe EA'AE books are guides one might happen upon within the larger multiverse created in the Chronicles of the Fists trilogy... fantasy books giving farcical advice for professions that don't exist (even if we may want for them to... or not).                 






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THE DEMON DIARIES is a whimsical young adult series that combines GOOD OMENS style wit with urban fantasy stories similar to CASSANDRA CLARE’S MORTAL INSTRUMENTS to create an enchanting paranormal series that you won’t be able to put down.


Embark on an exciting Christmas adventure with A HINT OF HELL.


He's just failed at being evil...

Kieron Lascher thought his life as a minor demon lord in Hell couldn't get any worse, but when he fails his exams and is sent into another realm as punishment by his parents, he realizes that there are worse places than Hell.


With deadly beasts and evil Satan Claws roaming the frosty land, Kieron has to fight to survive. With the help of a banished succubus, he learns that he needs to find the missing codex to gain some power.


If he manages to take out Satan Claws and learn pure evil, he might be able to open a portal and go back home. But first, he has to master being truly evil to some cute little elves. That won't be difficult for a demon lord, right? 



“Wildly, bizarrely, brain-punchingly inventive!”

– Derek Landy, bestselling author of Skulduggery Pleasant.



DISCOVER THE DEMON DIARIES,

WHICH HAS SPELLBOUND 2.5 MILLION READERS.


WHAT READERS ARE SAYING

“I love how Claire Chilton keeps your pulse racing until the end of the book. The addictive writing plus amusing characters and supernatural stories in these books create an unforgettable read.” ★★★★★


“If you are looking for an action-packed and funny gothic fiction series with a strong female lead to completely immerse yourself in, then this might be the book series for you.” ★★★★★


“The descriptions in this hilarious occult series are rich with meaning, and the parody of preternatural characters are brilliantly human.” ★★★★★


“I love Dora! Her sarcasm manages to amuse me whether she’s being tortured in the academy for demons in Hell or just arguing with the Fallen One in Heaven. Great world building, and the best and most sarcastic characters.” ★★★★★


“Claire Chilton not only conjures a YA fantasy world brimming with magical creatures like vampires, werewolves, zombies, angels, demons, succubus, dragons, elves, fae, fairies, ghosts, gods, shapeshifters and a whole range of mythical monsters, she also creates a few of her own. Were-squirrels, anyone?” ★★★★★


“If you’re looking for a dark teen comedy that is the goth lovechild of Deadpool and Buffy, then look no further. The novels in this series are fast-paced, dogma-driven, satires that focus on an outcast teenage girl who uses witty banter and a spellbook to become a witch and travel to Hell and back. With light humor and a lot of lols along the way, this Sabrina-like heroine explores the horror of death and darkness in even the most heavenly places.” ★★★★★


“An entertaining, humorous and romantic paranormal novel that kept me up past midnight because I couldn’t put it down.” ★★★★★


“When the demon lord you’re dating takes you home to meet his undead family, and then you’re forced to attend school in Hell, you know the romance is going to get a bit weird. This was a fun unearthly romp that will make you laugh out loud. The first story is a bit short, but it’s also free. The stories aren’t overly romantic, so they’re great for older teenage boys and girls.” ★★★★★


“Deliciously thrilling and wickedly silly from the grave and back! If you’re tired of depressed heroines, then enjoy this feisty female protagonist as she travels on the road to Hell with nothing but her spells, soul chips and wits to keep her alive.” ★★★★★


“A must-read series of sorcery, comedy, witches and demons. I can’t wait for more new releases in this series.” ★★★★★


BOOKS IN THIS SERIES

A Hint of Magic: Bewitched by Magic

Demonic Dora: Bewitched in Hell

Deceased Dora: Bewitched in Death

Divine Dora: Bewitched in Heaven

A Hint of Hell: Bewitched by Christmas


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