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Healing Khadijah Hussein: A Humor Novel about Burqas, Naqib
by Rosemary Patterson

The stage is set as a fashionable, westernized, Malaysian, mother of two turns up at her local Mosque dressed in a Burqa complete with veil. She is unable to communicate..  
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Humor Blogs
  • Evidence of Insanity by Carol Piner 5/20/2014 10:58:50 AM
    Little Callie was banging away at her Mama's womb while a 7 month fetus hollering, "git 'im, git 'im". After clearing the railroad tracks, her Mama had rammed Daddy's car while he was pumping gas at Bud Dixon's Texaco. She had caught him with another... more

  • A Pervy Picnic on the Pebbles by Mark C Sutton 5/20/2014 10:02:15 AM
    A short prequel to 'Jeremy and the Summer of Stalking'... more

  • Digger Goblins by Arthur E Daigle 5/11/2014 3:42:13 PM
    When goblins move into a neighborhood there are a few things you can expect, namely pie traps, lower property values and the occasional pet being shaved and painted blue. But the danger doesn’t stop when that’s done. Depending on what kind of gobl... more

  • Jeremy and the Winter of the World-Wide Stalker by Mark C Sutton 5/5/2014 1:40:17 AM
    It's been a while since I last wrote a blog entry. That's mainly due to working on the sequel to 'Jeremy and the Summer of Stalking'. I can confirm that the new work is called 'Jeremy and the Winter of the World-Wide Stalker'... the title was origina... more

  • Mrs. Malaprop Revisited by John Rayburn 4/27/2014 6:05:52 PM
    One of my books mentioned in this series of blogs is “My Twill is Tasted: …I Mean, My Tale is Twisted.” It mostly has to do with “spoonerisms,” named for the Reverend William Spooner of Oxford. Another humorous misuse of words is termed ... more

  • Grammar/Punctuation Malfeasance by John Rayburn 4/26/2014 8:15:13 AM
    You'll note the category is "Humor" and that's how this treatise is meant, although I'm serious about at least some of it. Maybe I need a co-category of "Language." When Amazon opened the flood gates for free e-book publication... more

  • My Twill is Tasted: ...I mean, My Tale is Twisted by John Rayburn 4/24/2014 7:28:43 AM
    This is a book based on spoonerisms, named after the Reverend William Spooner, who made the inadvertent slips of the lip at New College of Oxford. Many of the tangle-tongued miscues were concocted by prankish students. Spoon... more

  • Builder Goblins by Arthur E Daigle 4/22/2014 9:21:03 AM
    So you’ve just learned that there are goblins in your neighborhood. What do you do? Scream. That’s a perfectly normal reaction, and you shouldn’t be ashamed. So go ahead and get it out of your system. But now you have to do som... more

  • Communism versus Capitalism by Franz L Kessler 4/17/2014 10:22:11 PM
    Communism = Marx & Engels Capitalism = Marx & Spencer... more

  • Grandad Miller, Serial Killer - The Final Spree by Mark C Sutton 4/17/2014 10:59:45 AM
    I've spent most of today working on the final installment in the 'Grandad Miller' trilogy. It's been pretty intense; this is the book in which all of the loose ends have to get tied up, for a start. Once dear old Grandad Brian finishes his story, the... more

  • Growing Up Burns, A nearly True Collection Of Short Stories by Carolyn Matherne 4/13/2014 6:06:46 AM
    I grew up with a dozen siblings, and lots of memories. Every chapter in Growing Up Burns comes from a true event, some of which I personally did not experience BUT was was related to me. Not knowing the exact facts is never a reason not to tell a sto... more

  • warrior goblins by Arthur E Daigle 4/10/2014 5:00:39 AM
    The goblins of Other Place are a diverse and obnoxious lot, coming in a variety of annoying forms. Finding a goblin is easy enough (just follow the sounds of chaos and needless property damage), but once you have the little bugger in your sights it’... more

  • That awkward moment when... by Mark C Sutton 4/10/2014 12:28:58 AM
    ... somebody at work asks me what my books are about. I usually just tell them the truth, and watch as a growing look of concern spreads across their face. "Oh, well, the first book was about a stalker and a pervert who also has an unreliable mag... more

  • Jeremy and the Winter of the Super-Stalker by Mark C Sutton 4/3/2014 6:25:34 AM
    I'm due to start work on the sequel to 'Jeremy and the Summer of Stalking' in around two months time. It's going to be called 'Jeremy and the Winter of the Super-Stalker', and will be the second of four books that will make up the complete Jeremy sag... more

  • A Culture of Dependency by susan j larson 4/1/2014 4:17:23 PM
    A nice lady enables a flock of birds, who become lazy, shiftless, fat and demanding. Finally she cuts their food programs and they return to work.... more

  • Reading for Good Writing by Arthur E Daigle 3/30/2014 12:48:29 PM
    Reading for Good Writing I have long believed that a good writer needs to read ten pages for every one he writes. It sounds like a lot of reading, but this is no different from any other profession where students study the masters before t... more

  • Aaron Chynn's Drivel by Aaron Chynn 3/8/2014 10:35:48 AM
    Tyke Humour ... more

  • Why Goblins by Arthur E Daigle 3/6/2014 12:51:21 PM
    Why Goblins? By Arthur Daigle So I wrote a fantasy novel and my main characters are goblins. Not what you’d expect, I know. Fantasy novels mostly focus on the exploits of knights, rangers, wizards, thieves, bards, and to a lesser... more

  • Reflecting on Success by Herman Yenwo 2/27/2014 7:34:36 PM
    It’s important to keep perspective and introduce humor at appropriate times while writing. It's not always about the money.... more

  • Online Dating: I'm Officially Retired by Megan A Cyrulewski 2/7/2014 11:07:25 AM
    Real Online Dating Horror Stories!... more

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Deedee Divine's Totally Skewed Guide to Life
by Diana Estill

From holiday hazards to riffs on road trips and the decline in our nation's GNP ("Gross Needless Products"), humorist Diana Estill sets loose her alter ego Deedee to shar..  
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New Zealand with a Hobbit Botherer
by Annette Gisby

What do you do if your spouse becomes addicted to the Lord of the Rings movies and swoons every time Orlando Bloom appears? Thud! Quick, fetch the smelling salts.....  
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