If you want funny - Read "MASON BRICKLIN" L. Olson - Florida
PUBLISHAMERICA'S Book of the Week (Aug 11,2008)
I can't wait for Mason Bricklin 2. J. White - Oklahoma
I had planned to read one chapter a night of 'Mason Bricklin'. No such thing. Once I started I couldn't put it down. It's just one funny thing after another, lots of laughs. I loved it. L. Pitts - Kansas
I could NOT put the book down. K. Cox - Iowa
Mark Brown has the uncanny talent to tell a story in a way that brings us back to a more innocent time, a time of friends, family, and laughter. His style is a cross between Garrison Keillor and Samuel Clemens.
Richard L. Baron, Author/Deadly Visions
Executive Producer, Boomers The Musical
Reasons to read Mason Bricklin:
You'll get a belly laugh. (which is much better than a chuckle)
You'll never know Mason's secret plan if you don't. (I hate not knowing)
You'll learn what a "tar nation" is.
You'll learn how to cheat in a clod fight.
You'll learn how to set a bear trap. (You'll also learn one of drawbacks of setting bear traps.)
You can read it to your children.
You can read it to your parents.
You can read in on the plane.
You can read it in the plain.
You can read it while commuting. (let others drive)
You can read it while you're tooting.
(Sorry, I got caught up in the feel of the thing.)
It has fewer calories than yogurt. (If you try to eat it - it's a great source of wood fiber.)
And the last but not least reason to buy "Mason Bricklin" is:
Drum Roll Please
It might possibly be the best humor book you'll ever read.
(Buy the book; you decide.)
(You'll be glad you did.)
Thank you for your time.
If you like the excerpt from the book you can purchase a copy by clicking the link above.