Monthly Archives: May 2019

Literary Humor

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2019 Collection Contest, Volume 11, Writers @ Work.

I just received this wonderful news and I thought I’d share it with you. Hi John, CONGRATULATIONS! Your entry, Elevated Madness, is a winning entry in the 2019 Collection Contest, Volume 11, Writers¬†@ Work. We are delighted that you are … Continue reading

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Book Reviews Matter

When it comes to books, there‚Äôs definitely a positive correlation between book reviews and sales. For example, I have no doubt as to why my most reviewed book People Behaving Badly is also my bestselling book. Yes, the quality of … Continue reading

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Two Thousand Books Sold

I‚Äôm celebrating a wonderful milestone. I just sold my 2,000th book.¬† WOO HOO! I want to extend a big, heartfelt thank you to anyone who purchased and read one of my books over the 6 years. Thank you! Thank You! … Continue reading

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Literary Humor Friday : Jokes so bad, that they‚Äôre funny.

Ha. Ha.¬† I hope my writing is better than these jokes!     1. Why did Shakespeare write with ink?¬† Because he couldn‚Äôt decide which pencil to use‚Ķ.2B or not 2B? 2. Why do writers always feel cold?¬† Because they … Continue reading

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