Wow! Day 1 of #ComedyBookWeek went off with a bang – almost 600 page visits in just one day. Not only that, even more authors are discovering the event, with 100 books now participating!
If you haven’t yet, peruse the list of 100 participating funny books, or scroll down for the highlights.
We start Day 2 with Barb Taub’s review of Must Love Ghosts by Ani Gonzalez.
For another look at Do Not Wash Hands in Plates by Barb Taub, read Jam (Leaves et Livres) review .
Do Not Wash Hands in Plates is the story of three women eating their way across India in search of adventure, elephants, temples, palaces, western toilets, monkeys, the perfect paratha…and the kindness of Indian strangers. Reviewers have called it “A fun trip with friends, elephants, food and more food” and “a book to brighten the darkest day.” Don’t miss it while it’s only $0.99!
Have you wondered what it takes to write and publish a funny story? Then make sure to check out FB group ‘Books and Everything’ online Q&A with J.J. Green, author of Mission Improbable.
Mission Improbable is Book One in the light-hearted, fast-paced Carrie Hatchett Space Adventures series. It has been described as “Scully and Mulder on acid” and “Delightful romp through space.” Best of all, it’s currently FREE!
Still wonder what makes humor writers tick? Then read Matthew Drzymala’s interview with Abby Vegas, author of Clean Break.
Clean Break is a hybrid of romance and suspense, filled with hope, angst, and the heartwarming characters. The dead broke protagonist, determined to at least attempt to claw her way back to respectability. The mysterious Russian handyman. The dangerous criminal underworld. It has been described as “A fun summer read” and “Exciting page turner!”
For those with a taste for the bizarre and zany, Vicki Goodwin of The Page Turner will review Indiot by Ana Spoke.
Indiot is the second installment in Isa Maxwell Escapades. After her Shizzle, Inc adventure is over, Isa finally arrives India to play Good Samaritan to the orphans, the poor, and a wronged Indian prince. Things go from bad to perilous as she launches on a madcap romp through Delhi. Get this “over-the-top funny” wacky journey while it’s only $0.99 and FREE with Kindle Unlimited!
Ani Gonzalez will review Tales From the Null City by Barb Taub.
Tales From the Null City is two novellas about Null City, where superpowers suck, imps become baristas, Demons settle down, become parents, join the PTA, and worry about their taxes. It has been called “Charming and sassy” and “Fabulous fantasy that manages to be both life-threatening and light-hearted!” All that for just $0.99!
And finally, for another look at Shizzle, Inc. by Ana Spoke, read this review by Syeda of This Is My Life!
Shizzle, Inc follows adventures of a “gloriously dippy” Isa Maxwell in hot pursuit of fifteen minutes of fame. It has been described as a “wild and hilarious ride,” “Larger than Life, Off-Beat, Funny,” and it’s FREE!