- Thu, 15:00: I've just posted a new blog: Book Review: For Your Damned Love https://t.co/awDj4Fyuxf
- Thu, 15:10: Book Review: For Your Damned Love https://t.co/chGkNgQbq2
- Thu, 18:50: "A book, too, can be a star, a living fire to lighten the darkness, leading out into the expanding universe." — Madeleine L'Engle
- Fri, 00:19: RT @CUTEFUNNYANIMAL: 'Keep still so I can grab ya!' https://t.co/4tbdXlqD1G
- Fri, 02:30: A free e-book, just in time for Valentine's Day! - https://t.co/0zSMEQQ3pg
The e-book version of My Funny Medical will be listed for free over the next several days. Wait, let me rephrase that: FREE for the next several days! That's a heck of a buy, by which I mean you don't have to buy it.
Due to complications with KDP enrollment, the ebook will be free on Amazon from today until the 5th, then reset to free from Feb 6-11, giving most of the month; so it's free until three days before the big day. Did I mention free?
And of course I have a piece in there, which is why I can call it "our" anthology. I'm the one who had to sleep in the car. There are print copies available for anyone who wants one as a gift, but you can get your free e-version over on my Amazon page:
Valentine's Day gets treated by some of the funniest writers in America: the people who win the humor contests, write syndicated columns, appear on comedy stages, create the jokes you hear on TV. A fun read, and an open invitation to laugh at the jokes that make the world go around.
I don’t need a special day to be awkward, uncomfortable and falsely selfless. That’s what dating was for. Blythe Jewell
This is not to imply that the only men who remember Valentine’s Day are philanderers. Some of them, for example, are only thinking about cheating. Greg Podolski