It isn’t a place former psychologist Ann Talarico ever expected to find herself. But if her work as a therapist has taught her anything, it is that you have to make the best of any situation. Facing a life sentence for a crime she didn’t commit, Ann is determined not to let the concrete walls stop her from making a difference.
It starts with the inmates.
One by one, she works to help them overcome problems that brought them to Northampton State Corrections Center. It isn’t as easy as it once was on the outside. In the big house, problems are a whole lot messier and relationships take on new lives.
What will it take for Ann to build optimism in an institution packed with criminals, psychopaths, and narcissists? Is it even possible? Or will it be a wrap on her work as a healer?
It’s bound to happen. But to who? The inmates have some teachings of their own and it ain’t looking hopeful.
Tracked down and recruited for the mission, Squeezer teams up with voluptuous FBI Female Special Agent Robin Sapsucker and infiltrates the hideout of the brilliant, evil, and curiously piglike criminal mastermind Connor Hogshead. Along the way he matches wits with tattooed, sexually ambiguous Swedish computer expert Limpet Salamander, as he struggles to foil Hogshead's plan for world domination — a plan known only by its enigmatic codename: Squirrelageddon.
Packed with tension, stuffed with suspense, and bristling with idiocy, DIE STUPID is a modern masterpiece of moronic mayhem. Check out these unsolicited reviews:
"I wish I were alive to read it!" — William Shakespeare
"A painful experience." — the Marquis de Sade
"That's it! I'm going back in the well." — Little Timmy from LASSIE
Buy DIE STUPID today, and regret it tomorrow ... and for the rest of your life.
A fresh and funny short stories series about love, friendship, and flatulence...
“Horrid. Stupid. Badly narrated.”
-- Richard E. Pozzuto ★
"I am not really sure why I bought this book. It has some funny parts in it, but otherwise its a waste of time."
-- shawn ★★★
“It’s a book about farts; what do you expect?!”
-- Dorothy’s mother ★★
She used to make friends.
Now she's making sure her friends, family, and flight attendants keel over from her farts.
Something has to change, right?
Dorothy is transparent, witty, and never minces words about her dark exploits and depraved humor.
Whether traveling by plane or truck, Dorothy somehow manages to make any boring circumstance a laugh-out-loud scene filled with sophomoric low-brow humor.
If you’re looking for humor in the same vein as The New Yorker or Bill Cosby, then this book isn’t for you! If you want funny short stories about friendship, optimism, and forgiveness spiced with a bit of self-deprecation, then this book is for YOU!
Grab your copy of the only fast-paced, feel-good short story series about love, humor, life, and a generous helping of farts.
Perfect for fans of Judd Apatow, Jim Gaffigan, Amy Schumer, George Carlin, Richard Pryor, & Bob Saget.
Chuck Palahniuk showed himself to be his generation’s most visionary satirist in this, his first book. Fight Club’s estranged narrator leaves his lackluster job when he comes under the thrall of Tyler Durden, an enigmatic young man who holds secret after-hours boxing matches in the basements of bars. There, two men fight "as long as they have to." This is a gloriously original work that exposes the darkness at the core of our modern world.