Books by Howard

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The Last of the Time Police: The Time Authority Book One [Kindle Edition]

It’s “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” meets “Time Bandits” in this action-packed science fiction adventure. Check out the link for more on the first volume of this new series.

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The Return of The Time Police: The Time Authority Book Two [Kindle Edition]

In this action-packed sequel to “The Last of the Time Police,” Stan and Jack must make a quick time hop to 16th Century France to clean up some of their careless littering.But stowaway Leonardo DaVinci tumbles out (along with the operating manual for the time machine) in 18th Century England, setting off a Chronological Anomaly that threatens to wipe out all reality. Check out the link for more on the story!

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The Dare Club

Nita Conroy has relocated to the most boring town on the planet. That is, until would-be boyfriend Brad Keeley spills the beans about a secret group of girls known as The Dare Club. It’s YA adventure and romance that you won’t want to miss!

 

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The Funniest One in the Room: The Lives and Legends of Del Close

Nichols and May. John Belushi. Bill Murray. Chris Farley. Tina Fey. Mike Myers. Stephen Colbert. For nearly a half century, Del Close—co-creator of the Harold, director for the Second City, San Francisco’s the Committee, and the ImprovOlympic, and “house metaphysician” for Saturday Night Live—influenced improvisational theater’s greatest comedic talents. His students went on to found the Groundlings in Los Angeles, the Upright Citizens Brigade in both New York and Los Angeles, and the Annoyance Theatre in Chicago. But this Pied Piper of improv has gone largely unrecognized outside the close-knit comedy community.

Del was never one to let the truth of his life stand in the way of a good story—and yet the truth is even more fascinating than the fiction. In his early years, he traveled the country with Dr. Dracula’s Den of Living Nightmares, knew L. Ron Hubbard before Scientology, and appeared in The Blob. Del cavorted with the Merry Pranksters, used aversion therapy to recover from alcoholism, and kicked a cocaine habit with the help of a coven of witches. And when he was dying, Del bequeathed his postmortem skull to the Goodman Theatre for use in its productions of Hamlet—a final legend that lives on, long beyond the death of the father of long-form improvisation. Click on the title to order–or check out the page for reviews and more!

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Monty Python’s Tunisian Holiday: My Life with Brian

Click on the title to order, or check out the link for reviews and a free sample!

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A completely different look at Superman, as seen by Howard Johnson, John Cleese, and John Byrne in this DC Comics graphic novel. Click the title to order, or try the link for more!

Truth in Comedy: The Manual of Improvisation

For more on this classic manual for longform improvisation, click on the title or link for more reviews!

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The First 28 Years of Monty Python, Revised Edition

It’s the ultimate guide for Python fans! Still available!

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