An eccentrically irreverent work, reminiscent of Heller and Beckett, that will amuse and enlighten. Absurd in the very best sense of the word!
A spooky and spoofy good time! A rollicking mashup of Vampire Secret Agents, Egyptian mummies, roller skates, and -- breadsticks. Another wacky and fun read from Prof. Larew!
Historical events bring authenticity, family traits add poignancy, & testy mother-daughter relationships make for a clever story telling.
When art teacher Tory Adams trades in her heartache for a lottery ticket romantic sparks fly in this humorous tale of misunderstandings, half-truths and the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
We authors work hard at our craft and sometimes it feels as if we have fallen. The important thing is to get up and continue learning, producing, developing our craft--making it look effortless is the really hard part.
How can a retired college history professor write these amusingly unconventional vampire spoofs? Enjoy with your favorite cocktail.
An epic convoy of bad men, good guys, tough women, and international operatives who zigzag across the Oregon wilderness chasing a truck-load of marijuana briquettes, a million bucks in cash, and one lovable border collie are in this fast-paced satire mystery.
A clever plot, engaging characters, and a solid dose of self-deprecating humor make this detective mystery unique and a highly entertaining read.
If you enjoyed reading "The Divine Secrets of the YaYa Sisterhood" by Rebecca Wells, you will enjoy reading "The Oys & Joys," a heartwarming tale of four women of a "certain age."