Free Bookstore

Welcome to the Free Bookstore, at Chasing Unicorns. Please, no shoplifting.

The books on the shelf of this store are in PDF format. Simply click on a book cover’s caption and start reading. You must have a PDF reader in your computer, tablet, smartphone, or whatever the heck you use. But most people do, whether they realize it or not. In fact there’s probably one lurking in your web browser.

You can also download a book and store it on your own computer. This will keep it readily available, in case nuclear war knocks out the entire internet. And you can distribute any of these books to others, under their Creative Commons license, as long as authorship is attributed to Tippy Gnu.

And if you’re the adventuresome type, you don’t have to use my Free Bookstore. Instead you can download free copies of these books at obooko.com. Obooko.com is a great website, offering a wide variety of free electronic books. All you have to do is register an account with them.

Unlike obooko.com, my bookshelf is small and my offerings are meager. But I invite you to enjoy the following written works that I have authored:


Title: The Logic of Life and Death
Subtitle: How to live your life by resolving the Deep Mysteries of the here and hereafter
Approximate Word Length: 52,000 ww.

The best way to live your life can only be known when you have the best possible understanding of life. And the best way to prepare for death is when you have the best possible understanding of death.

But there are Deep Mysteries to life and death that are metaphysical. And because they’re metaphysical, science can’t solve these mysteries. Religion tries to solve them, but religious teachings tend to be contradictory, illogical, and rely upon fear and blind faith to maintain followers.

But we do have logic. Logic is our best bet for cracking open the Deep Mysteries, and finding answers that can help us in the here and now. The Logic of Life and Death uses a method I call Logical and Practical Assumption, to answer questions such as: What is Life? How is Life Created? Is There Life After Death? and What Is The Other Side Like?

You can discover the best way to live your life when you’re able to satisfactorily answer such questions. And the Logic of Life and Death helps you to find those answers.


Title: Pumping Up Piglipple
Subtitle: Seek Unique and Find happiness with this Handy Little Guide to Doing Nothing.
Approximate Word Length: 33,000 ww.

Tired of wearing a fake, shitty smile on your face to keep people off your back who tell you to “Have a nice day”? Then this book is for you. Learn to flush your fake, shitty smile right down the toilet, and find real happiness. You’ll find there’s nothing to it. It’s as easy as doing nothing.

Pumping Up Piglipple was written before I invented the word Unikonics, or penned the book of the same name. It was inspired by my earlier book, The Logic of Life and Death, which contains a chapter introducing the philosophy of uniqueness and happiness (Chapter 4). Pumping Up Piglipple explicates and expands upon this philosophy. I also crack a few jokes and try to be a wise guy.

 

 


Title: Unikonics
Subtitle: A Unique Guide to Getting the Most Life Out of Life.
Approximate Word Length: 18,000 ww.

Unikonics is derived from the word unique. It’s a philosophy about life and change, and how the most unique changes can help us to get the most life out of life. Unikonics teaches the meaning of life, redefines life, and also redefines death. And it illuminates escape routes away from death.

It may only take you a few hours to consume this short book. And in that time, you’ll learn the four guiding principles of Unikonics, with each principle helping you to understand the Unikonics concept from a different perspective. This understanding can help you find ways to get the most life out of life.

 

 


Title: Go West or Go Weird
Subtitle: Strange Stories of the West & Weird
Approximate Word Length: 40,000 ww.

This book is out of print. But it’s coming back one of these days. I just don’t know when. I need to take a few naps, first.