Tag Archives: Humor

“Work for the Wicked” by Wilson Lanue

Make Him An Offer He Can’t Refuse This is a collection of short stories about a quirky hit man, Buck Yates, who works for the mob.  Although he has no hesitation about killing someone–and he is quite good at his … Continue reading

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“I Almost Gave Up” by P. J. Ingram-McPhee

 Look For The Humor This is a memoir of the author’s life that includes stories from her childhood, as well as, her adult life.  She has lived a very interesting life that she recalls with lots of humor.  Ms. Ingram-McPhee … Continue reading

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“Laughing in the Rain: Self-Care for the Storms of Life” by Hillary Saffran

Laugh at Life This is a combination stress-relief and humor book.  The author has a background in social services, so is familiar with a lot of modern stressors, as well as, possible solutions for them.  There are sixteen different chapters … Continue reading

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“A Match Made in Texas”

This is a collection of four novellas all set in 1893 Texas.  They are:  “A Cowboy Unmatched” by Karen Witemeyer, “An Unforeseen Match” by Regina Jennings, “No Match for Love” by Carol Cox  and “Meeting Her Match” by Mary Connealy. … Continue reading

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“Swept Away,” by Mary Connealy

“Swept Away,” by Mary Connealy, starts off with a bang, and the fast-paced action continues to draw you into the story of two people, Luke Stone and Ruby MacNeil.  Luke is trying to return to his home and reclaim his … Continue reading

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“Stranded–Ivy Malone Mysteries, Book 4” by Lorena McCourtney

 “Stranded” is the fourth book I have read in the Ivy Malone Mysteries written by Lorena McCourtney.  Ivy is a senior citizen who, in her recent history, has found herself in a number of sticky situations.  Situations so “sticky” that … Continue reading

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