Hairbag Nation: A Story of the New York City Transit Police (Book 1:The Police Riot)

Being a cop in New York City can be challenging. Being a cop in the NYC subway can be disheartening. The daily environment of the transit cop – the dirt, grime, urine, graffiti, homeless, crowds, noise, and crime is enough to stifle anyone’s spirit. Throw in a hefty helping of inept leadership, ridiculous summons and arrest quotas, problems at home, and an unappreciative public and it’s no wonder that some cops fall prey to cynicism, apathy and indifference. Police in New York City have a... [Read More...]

Dearest Fluffy

When you’re stuck hundreds of miles from home, what do you turn to for fun? It probably didn’t exist in 1861. But writing did. And letters. Remember them? Little pieces of trees wrapped in other little pieces of trees. Back then, sheep were pretty common on farms, because everybody had to darn their own socks. Have you ever tried to darn your own socks uphill both ways in the snow? Me neither, but let’s pretend. What was a bored Union soldier supposed to do with all that free ... [Read More...]

Diary of a H.O. (House Officer)

This book could save your life! If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like working at a hospital Level 1 trauma center this book offers unfiltered true stories which occurred during a surgeon’s first year of training. The book offers insight into modern healthcare and the state of society. You will laugh, cry, and question your beliefs about the healthcare system and patients. CHARITABLE: 30% of profits from the sale of this book will be donated to healthcare non-profit organizati... [Read More...]

Free: Jack Hansen – Small Man of the Big City

Do you feel like a squirrel trapped inside a spinning wheel? Then you simply haven’t met Jack Hansen yet! Jack is an alright guy, but he’s always betrayed by his bad luck. His neighbor, Garry, is always hooking up with yet another stunner. His co-worker, Bill, is constantly pursuing a brunette who ignores him. The toady Larson is always fawning and groveling to ingratiate himself to and become his boss’s favorite. Austin next door does not believe in the sincerity of his lover Phil’s fe... [Read More...]

American Peacock: The Very Very Incredible Life Story of Donald J. Trump

President Donald J. Trump actually enjoys telling the truth. It’s just that he has to wrap it in a ton of lies, until he reveals it. He developed this technique as a young boy dealing with his father. But, then the truth was reserved for a few of his little buddies. Now you get to listen in as he tells his satirical life story in his own truthful voice. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Midnight Run

“Authentic and funny. Joel nails a rookie’s blunders and achievements on the trail with sled dogs” -Jeff King, four-time Iditarod champion “Best wishes as you continue with your adventures.” -Robert Redford In the hilarious new travelogue by Joel Paul Reisig, the author has a heart attack and is dumped by the women he loves. He decides to move to Michigan’s frozen Upper Peninsula where he lives with an old musher, a moron, and forty-seven sled dogs, races in the Midnight... [Read More...]

Free: Managed Care

Book of the Year. Is it too much to ask that a managed care facility refund a year’s advance payment when your grandfather dies before he can move in? Frank Johnson doesn’t think so, which is why the thirty-three-year-old now lives in a nursing home, locked in a chess match feud with management that doesn’t occupy nearly enough of his time. ... [Read More...]

Free: Jack Hansen – Small Man of the Big City

Do you feel like a squirrel trapped inside a spinning wheel? Then you simply haven’t met Jack Hansen yet! Jack is an alright guy, but he’s always betrayed by his bad luck. His neighbor, Garry, is always hooking up with yet another stunner. His co-worker, Bill, is constantly pursuing a brunette who ignores him. The toady Larson is always fawning and groveling to ingratiate himself to and become his boss’s favorite. Austin next door does not believe in the sincerity of his lover Phil’s fe... [Read More...]

Free: Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

This is the reality of what it is like to actually hike the pathways of the Incas exactly how they did six hundred years ago, assuming they had porters running ahead of them to set up their tents, cook their meals, clean their toilets, administer oxygen, remind them to put on sunscreen, and pose them for pictures. It is an account of sixteen first world tourists on a quest for social media photos. In between humorous anecdotes I will attempt to, quickly, slip in some history, local facts, and c... [Read More...]