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    Author: Bo Hoefinger

    Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp

    ISBN: 13: 978-0-8065-3129-8. ISBN-10: 0-8065-3129-0

    For any dog lover, this ‘memoir’ is a must—it’ll no doubt lead to you recalling any and all memories that you have of any dog that you have ever owned or known. [For a golden retriever / chowchow cross, Bo writes very well indeed, and deserves the golden paw print of approval.]

    Authors: Barry Nelson and Tom Schecker
    Publisher: Sourcebooks
    ISBN-10: 1402237448

    If this book doesn’t put you in a good mood, I’m not sure you deserve one.

     Author: Barry Nelson & Tom Schecker
    ISBN:  978-1-4022-3744-7

    As all of you have recognized by now, I’m completely (sometimes, brutally) honest with my reviews.  I also try to be as elegant with my writing as possible.  With this book, my honesty will stay intact.  However, my “class” may go right out the window.  Why?  Because…every page of this book was so funny I nearly WET MY PANTS!

    Author: Davis Aujourd’hui
    ISBN: 978-1-4327-4500-4

    Guys and gals – if you want to laugh out loud, and learn something at the same time, this is the book for you

    Author: Carla Collins
    ISBN: 978-1897404249
    Publisher: Burman Books

    I admit Collins descriptions of perennial victims, divas, and drama queens has prompted me to consider ordering  this book in bulk to distribute to a number of folks I know who might recognize themselves in Collins funhouse mirrors

    Author: Barbara Dinerman
    ISBN:  978-0-595-40930-3
    Publisher:  iUniverse

    Overall, I found this quick-read of a book to be short on humor and too far of a stretch for my imagination in relationships, even dysfunctional ones

    Author: Lois Meltzer
    ISBN:  978-0-615-16089-4
    Publisher:  Certain Age Press

    Are you over 50?  Do you feel you have become invisible to the public?  Lois Meltzer takes a look at snippets of the lives of four women, over fifty that feel they have become invisible to the public.  The book takes a humorous look at what has become a seemingly unwelcome new awareness for so many women in our culture

    Author: Anna Mitchael
    ISBN:  978-1-58005-316-7

    Who better, I ask you, than a Yankee like me who moved to Texas to review a book by a Texas-girl who moved to the East?  And, considering how absolutely “dead-on” hysterical this “survival story” was, I couldn’t be happier about how fate brought us together

    Author: Lois Meltzer
    ISBN:  978-0-615-16089-4

    If you’re looking for a funny read where you will turn the pages and nod your head – seeing as that you face the same “types” every day of your life – this is the book for you

    Author: Steven Pitt
    Publisher: Bridgeross Communications
    ISBN: 978-0-9810037-7-1

    How fortunate some of us are to be born with the gift of a keen imagination, creativity and reason. Even luckier are those blessed with a good sense of humor enabling them to provide amusing commentary pertaining to a variety of topics. Steve Pitt is one such privileged writer, as exemplified with his My Life and Other Lies

    Author:  Fred Flaxman
    ISBN:  978-1-891513-01-5
    Publisher:  Story Book Publishers

    BEWARE, laughter ahead!  Flaxman has a wonderful way of talking of ordinary events that take on a funny life of their own.

    Author: Jesse Kalfel
    ISBN: 978-1-4401-2775-5
    Publisher: iUniverse

    A very humorous look at a sometimes touchy subject

    Author: Seth Campos
    Publisher:Mubby Books
    ISBN-13: 978-0-9825417-1-5

    As an unabashed comics enthusiast, it is always a pleasure for me to discover a new graphic novel or strip, and Welcome to Beeky Airlines is a great new addition to my shelf

    Author: Graham Parke
    Publisher: Outskirts Press Inc
    ISBN: 978-1-4327-5248-4

    Much of the richness of No Hope for Gomez lies in its jocular conversational bantering and some extremely witty and clever writing that contain keen insights into human nature

    Author: Sam Moffie
    Publisher: Mill City Press Inc
    ISBN: 978-1936107353

     A mischievous novel that manages to be witty as well as erudite-a delight to read

    Author: Declan Moran (The Brothers Grim & Grimy)
    ISBN:  978-0-557-15481-4

    I have to say, as a huge Divine Comedy fan, I was beyond pleasantly surprised to receive this modern-day version in the mail

    Author: Adam Selzer
    ISBN:  978-0-385-73650-3

    There are some books that simply feel like they are made for a certain type of reader.  This book, I have to say, “called out” to me when I opened the battered box that looked like it had survived the fast-paced world of the postal service just to get into my hands

    Author: Marcia Fine
    Publisher: L’Image Press, LLC
    ISBN: 978-0615315133

     “A Split Your Pants, Laugh Aloud Hit”


    Authors: Steven B. Green, Dennis LaValle, Chris Illuminati
    Publisher: Adams Media
    ISBN: 978-1598699105

    "Egotistical, Repugnant, Enthrallingly Hilarious!”

    Author: Meredith Cagen
    Publisher: iUniverse (November 23, 2009)
    ISBN-10: 1440169748:  ISBN-13: 978-1440169748

    Ladies, you’ll love this book.  You’ll get angry at Lindsay for being a welcome mat; you will both deplore and applaud her choices; and you’ll scream at the pages and roll your eyes when Lindsay keeps walking headfirst into trouble – but you’ll find yourself routing for her the whole way through

    Author: Joe Dungan
    Publisher: Trinco Publishing
    ISBN: 978-0-9820345-6-9

    Joe Dungan writes with such a sharp wit that you’ll have to be careful how you hold this book

    Author:  Amy Ferris
    ISBN 13:  978-1-58005-297-9

    Ms. Ferris, I'm probably the only one out of the two of us who's extremely happy that you went through Menopause

    Author: Courtney J. Webb
    Publisher: Kingsford Smith
    ISBN: 9780646508856

    Ms. Webb has taken the comic novel and made it into a slapstick humor medium

    Author: Jonathan Russell
    ISBN: 13- 978-1-931807-61-6    ISBN: 1-931807-61-2

    Follow me David has to be the oddest, most humorous and flippant bit of English life to come our way

    Author: Robert Rave            
    Publishers: St. Martin’s Press
    ISBN: 978-0-312-54436-2

    This zany novel presented all of the necessary ingredients for non-stop reading and entertainment to the max (i.e., drugs, sex, insider celebrity profiles, scandal, and more).  I was honestly sad to see it end. As a first novel this was better than superlative!  I look forward to watching this book rise up the charts and gain recognition and accolades for author Robert Rave. Congrats on a job well done!

    Author: Sean Dixon
    Publisher: Other Press
    ISBN: 10: 1590513126:  978-1590513125

    Don’t read this book in bed if you share a bedroom with someone else.  Once you’ve woken them with a burst of laughter, they’ll either insist you read the Last Days of the Lacuna Cabal aloud or order you from the room

    Author: Larry Solomon
    Publisher: Outskirts Press, Denver, Colorado
    ISBN:  978-1-4327-2347-7

    In today’s global market, people are losing their jobs at the rate of hundreds a day as the recession grinds along.  Each time, families are left scrambling to try to pay the bills.  That is not a very funny issue, but Larry Solomon has taken the depressing and lightened it up a bit.  He himself spent some time unemployed and this work is based a little on his experiences, but mostly on fiction.

    Author: Davis Aujourd’ Hui
    Publisher: Outskirts Press
    ISBN: 978-1-4327-3047-5

    For a non-stop tickle on your funny bone this religiously inspired book is a fun, quick, and easy read! 

    Author: Barktated to Dr. Dennis Fried
    ISBN: 13: 978-1-4165-9950-0

    Sure, you think most books are written by humans. But this book doesn‘t fall into this ‘neat‘ category, instead the author is a seven-pound Papillon. Genevieve. As ‘barktated’ by her owner, errr make that human companion, author and stand-up comedian Dr. Dennis Fried.

    Author: Diana Holquist
    ISBN: 9780446197052
    Publisher: Forever (Hachette Book Group)

    How to Tame a Modern Rogue, by Diana Holquist, is a wild, wacky, grand flee from reality.

    Review: Who’s To Blame

    Author: Jeffery S. Williams
    Publisher: iUniverse, Inc
    ISBN: 978-0-595-52979-7

    Who’s To Blame is likely to win your heart and do come along for the ride. You won’t be sorry.

    Author: Diana Estill
    ISBN: 13: 978-0-9799708-1-8:  10: 0-9799708-1-4

    If you are looking for a good belly laugh, this is it. Diana Estill’s writing is wickedly hilarious being blessed with one-liner insights into life’s frustrations and how to copy with them through humor. In fact, I would even go so far as to compare her to a female version of Andy Rooney of Sixty Minutes fame.

    Review: The Wormton Lamb

    Author: Bob Blackman
    ISBN: 978 0 9555927 1 3

    Bob Blackman has done it again – delivered a rapid-paced, rollicking good fun, ride of a story. Mr. Blackman’s second book, The Wormton Lamb, returns us to the land of Anarchadia. This time we find our heroes in the placid countryside and small towns far from the bustling city.

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