Sunday, December 31, 2017

Most Popular eBook Titles on Amazon

Most Popular eBook Titles on Amazon

Anyone can write and publish an eBook and sell it on Amazon for 99 cents. The evidence for that is that everyone has. All you need is a clever, incredibly long title to hit every possible Google search keyword, then just sit back and reel in the schmucks. Do that a million times and you will have made yourself rich and Amazon even richer. Just remember to keep the book's content short and the titles really, really long. 

1) How I Turned a Hardcore Gambling Addiction into A Million Dollar Enterprise That Allowed Me to Buy My Dream Home and Marry a Gorgeous Super Model

2) How Quitting My Job to Play Fan Duel Full-Time Helped Me Lose Weight and Keep it Off by Eating Whatever I Wanted While Dating Women Much, Much Hotter than Me

3) Even a High School Dropout with No Social Skills Can Trick Women into Bed While Beating the Stock Market Playing World of Warcraft

4) How to Turn a One Night Stand on Tinder into A Serious Committed Relationship Built on Trust and Mutual Respect While Making Millions and Living the Dream Without Dieting

5) A Hassle-free Guide to Building Muscle and Your Bank Account While Losing Weight, Gaining Wealth and Getting Laid Guaranteed in 5 Easy Steps or Your Money Back

Friday, December 29, 2017

MUSIC REVIEW: Nathan Xander: Blue House

Nathan XanderBlue House[Trailer Fire Records]

Nathan Xander returns. Not that he went away, but he is back, nevertheless, with an album full of homesickness and being homeward bound. The Pennsylvania native is based in New York City these days, but he has enjoyed a period of wandering that has seen him living the nomadic life of a troubadour. This is evident on the 12-tracks of Blue House, which was recorded in Upstate New York, in a barn, painted blue, providing at least one meaning behind the album's title. [Read more]

Thursday, December 07, 2017

BOOK REVIEW: Moving Target: The History and Evolution of Green Arrow Richard Gray

Moving Target: The History and Evolution of Green Arrow
Richard Gray
[Sequart Organization]

If you're a diehard comic book fan, looking to dive deep into the history, thought-process and execution of a comic with a long and colorful history—and you're a fan of the Green Arrow in particular—notch this book in your desktop, mobile, device, or your lap and learn a thing or two about a dude that has been around awhile by a guy who knows a whole lot of about this stuff.

Monday, December 04, 2017

GRAPHIC NOVEL REVIEW: Chicago: A Comix Memoir by Glenn Head

Chicago: A Comix Memoir
Glenn Head

Chicago is the true story—a comix memoir, if you will—of a young comix artist (gonna spell it 'comics' from here on out) struggling to survive in, you guessed it, Chicago. Head captures that late 70s look and feel  of the city and scene in this open and honest autobiography. He may have gone a little nuts, and this certainly wasn't a story easy to tell. 

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Saturday, December 02, 2017

MINI COMIC REVIEW: Laffy Meal by Pranas Naujokaitis

Laffy Meal
Pranas Naujokaitis
[Ghost Car Press]

Laffy Meal is a set of mini comics about a family trip to the fictional Burger Clown restaurant. It's a clever concept with the point-of-view of each family member represented in a separate mini. Hungry yet?

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