Category Archives: Humor | Satire

Book Review: She Likes It Rough by GVR Corcillo

First Place: Humor/Satire First Place: Indie Where do I begin my review of “She Likes It Rough” by GVR Corcillo? Well, I am not quite sure how to deliver my thoughts because I move than loved this book, I can honestly say that I am IN LOVE with this book. I am so glad I …

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Book Review: Viva Laughter! by Patrick Shannon

“Viva Laughter” by Patrick Shannon was quite a nice break for me. This book has a wonderful flow to it, filled with stories of varying length, and varying levels on humor. It’s perfect for every age, because everyone will find something perfect for them. Patrick Shannon has a wonderful way of engaging the reader, while …

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Book Review: There is no Mrs. Gezunterman by Kevin Mednick

Having just finished “There is no Mrs. Gezunterman” by author Kevin Mednick, I must start out by saying that it was a great read. Not that I’m surprised – it’s just that the book itself was not quite what I had expected. Not that I really knew what to expect to begin with. In “There …

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Book Review: New Spun Yarns From Across the Big Divide by Richard Bird Baker

Second Place:Historical Fiction “New Spun Yarns From Across the Big Divide” by Richard Bird Baker is a fun book about cowboy stories narrated by Charles Russell. Russell’s stories are filled with dry humor, wittiness and cowboy lingo from an era long ago. The stories paint a picture of daily life for cowboys. From cattle rustlers, …

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Book Review: Jesse James and the Secret Legend of Captain Coytus by Alex Mueck

Second Place: Humor/Satire “Jesse James and the Secret Legend of Captain Coytus” by Alex Mueck is a fantastical tale full of action and adventure, a roiling good time told with sly humor and knowing. Epic in scope, it lays bare the world of the old west in a way that will leave you imagining it …

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Book Review: Saving Faith by Patrick M. Garry

Honorable Mention: Humor/Satire I was close to finishing “Saving Faith” by author Patrick M. Garry; l was all set to write my review, but then I read the book’s last few chapters. These pages threw me into a slight tail spin and consequently it has taken me several days to put my thoughts back in …

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Xianne: A Comedy of Cultures Volume One

Article first posted for Say What? Savannah Mae “Xianne” is the first novel in this series. It is written in the voice of Jim Street, a young virgin in search of freedom from the Earthly life. Jim is familiar with the solar system and eagerly wants off into space. The setting is in the future, …

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Signed Confessions

I don’t normally give five star ratings to books that are a compilation of short stories, but in the case of “Signed Confessions” by Tom Walker, those five stars are definitely merited. In my reading of “Signed Confessions,” I found this book to be both surprising, and highly intriguing. Each story was well-written, believable, and …

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Between Eden and the Open Road

“Between Eden and the Open Road” by Philip Gaber is surely an entertaining read. I was certain by the cover it would turn to be some type of spiritual kind of book, but that taught me to not judge a book by its cover. I giggled at some of the stories. It’s harshly honest and …

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Bumptabulous

“Bumptabulous- 20 Moms Expose Pregnancy” is a unique compilation of the stories of twenty different mom bloggers and their experiences. Without an introduction, the opening pages dive right into the story of the first mom featured. The book is in a very readable format and there is great uniformity throughout. Each section begins with the …

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