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More Info Bubble Pop
by Mobigloo

Bubble Pop is a fun and challenging matching game for Kindle.

The rules of Bubble Pop are simple: select any adjacent bubble of the same type to pop them. The more bubbles you pop, the more points you earn. The game ends when there are no more bubbles of the same type adjacent to each other.

The game comes with two modes, a classic mode where bubbles keep on filling up the empty spaces and a puzzle mode where you carefully need to plan each move.

If you cannot find a match, use the Hint feature to show you the next move. The game keeps track of your ten best scores for both Classic and Puzzle...
More Info Journal of an Outlaw
by Mick McArt

Journal of an Outlaw is a comedic take on the fantasy genre. It is a 204-page book with 120 journal entries that tell you the adventures on an unnamed rogue in the Unremembered Realms. The book has numerous winks to Lord of the Rings, Dungeons & Dragons, roleplaying games, World of Warcraft, social media, Wizards of the Coast, board games, and many others. The author treats these with love and respect but also with a tongue-in-cheek approach that fans of the fantasy genre will truly appreciate.

While the book was meant for adults, but the humor is safe for kids to read. The references...
More Info The Hilarious Side of Funny: True Anecdotes to Laugh Your Ass Off
by Dean Aulichme

True hilarious stories including peeing on an electric fence, hillbilly dentistry, embalmers assistant, bowel problems, necrophilia,ED, toothbrushes and flutes in the wrong places, blow up dolls, Chinese parrots, poop cocktail supreme, and so much more.
More Info The Flash Gordon Serials, 1936–1940: A Heavily Illustrated Guide
by Roy Kinnard

Flash Gordon, Flash Gordon’s Trip to Mars and Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe, the most expensive and popular movie serials ever made, have been favorites of movie and comic fans for decades. The original 1936 serial, designated a cultural treasure, was selected for inclusion in the National Film Registry in 1996.
Arranged in a chapter-by-chapter format conforming to the structure of the three original serials, the work provides full cast and crew information, plot synopses, and production notes for all 40 episodes. The work also has a wealth of background information and 159...
More Info The Philosophy of the Coen Brothers (Philosophy Of Popular Culture)
by Mark T. Conard

In 2008 No Country for Old Men won the Academy Award for Best Picture, adding to the reputation of filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen, who were already known for pushing the boundaries of genre. They had already made films that redefined the gangster movie, the screwball comedy, the fable, and the film noir, among others. No Country is just one of many Coen brothers films to center on the struggles of complex characters to understand themselves and their places in the strange worlds they inhabit. To borrow a phrase from Barton Fink, all Coen films explore "the life of the mind" and show that...
More Info Smarter Than Yesterday: Facts, Trivia, and General Knowledge (The Smarty Pants Series)
by Elsmere Gracey

“Smarter Than Yesterday” is the second book in “The Smarty Pants Series” - a collection of facts, trivia, and general knowledge.

This edition takes the reader on a whistle-stop tour around different topics to deliver bite-sized facts and trivia: -

•What did people do before alarm clocks were invented?
•How many chemicals are in a cup of coffee?
•Did you know that ants have a funeral procession when a member of their colony dies?
•What are the different types of stalkers?
•Did you know you can study to get a certificate in piracy?

Full of information covering a wide range of subjects, this book...
More Info Clash Royale Ultimate Guide 0-5000: Advanced Strategy and Pro Tips

This guide will cover absolutely everything about Clash Royale. I will teach you how to go from 0 to 5000 trophies.

-Look up any card in any arena!
-Each card has the following:
-Can be used to counter
-Can be countered by
-Pro Tips

-The Truth(secrets)
-Counting Elixir(Rotation)
-Win Conditions
-Troop Placement
-Deck Flexibility
-Mental Game
-Game Hints

-Advanced Defense
-Types of Defense
-Tank and Spank
-Counter Big Pushes.
-Advanced Tips
-Deck Types and Strategies
*Counter Spawners*

More Info Running From A Rock Star (Brides on the Run Book 1)
by Jami Albright

She’s a good-girl control freak. He’s a bad boy in need of a clean image. Will these opposites attract or self-destruct?
Scarlett Kelly is the poster child for responsible living. Growing up as the daughter of the town floozy, she’s made it her mission to be the exact opposite of her mother. So when she wakes up naked and hung over in bed with a bad-boy rock star, she bolts immediately. There’s just one problem: Scarlett’s bedmate is her new husband.

Gavin needs to repair his image or his music career will go down the tubes. He’s also just learned he has a son he never knew existed. He...
More Info Deep Fried and Pickled (The Rachael O'Brien Chronicles Book 1)
by Paisley Ray

Book one of THE RACHAEL O'BRIEN CHRONICLES begins with Rachael enrolled at a southern college intending to earn a degree, party, and meet cute guys--hopefully acing the latter two. She has barely had time to acquaint herself to the dorm food before finding herself threatened by a jealous She-Devil, fending off the advances of a thirty-something redneck, and stumbling upon an art fraud scheme. To top things off, her parents go their separate ways: her mom to follow a psychic calling; her dad adrift in his midlife crisis.

Bad decision-making, law-bending behavior, and surprise romances make...
More Info Screenwriting Unchained: Reclaim Your Creative Freedom and Master Story Structure (With The Story-Type Method Book 1)
by Emmanuel Oberg

In Screenwriting Unchained, Emmanuel Oberg busts many screenwriting myths and sets out an innovative method
This practical, no-nonsense guide leaves behind one-size-fits-all story theories and offers a modern approach to story structure, making it a precious resource for anyone involved creatively in the Film and TV industry (or aspiring to be): writers, directors, producers, development execs, showrunners and, more generally, storytellers keen to reach a wide audience at home and abroad.

Having identified three main story-types – plot-led, character-led, theme-led – Oberg reveals in a...