Tuesday, May 22, 2012

3 Free Kindle Books in Comedy

Kids Say The Cutest Things When They're Drunk by Dan McQuinn

Kids Say the Cutest Things When They're Drunk, the first book from humor writer, Dan McQuinn, is a sharply written collection of comic letters, monologues and playlets that provides sure-fire laughs drunk or sober. The 50+ comic essays draw their humor from every phase of life as imagined by McQuinn from the moment his parents meet for the first time to his bizarre final wishes.





 Dating, Diapers & Denial by Rachna Singh

‘Dating, Diapers and Denial’ is a novel with a comical view of life from a woman’s perspective – of those years that race past from the age of twenty through to forty. It traverses milestones related to meeting, falling in love, marriage, babies, and growing old.

In her debut novel, Rachna Singh is on course to make you smile, chuckle and say, ‘That’s so true!’

‘Dating, Diapers, and Denial’ is a novel you’d want to read over and over again, to double up at the funny anecdotal passages and the witty observations. Tongue-in-cheek, with self-aimed pot shots, the innuendoes are clever, and witty. The book moves at a brisk pace, with story-telling that enthrals. As the humour tickles the readers, the sense of ‘relating’ to the instances keeps them riveted to the book. Grab your copy and have a good laugh!"


Pirate Therapy and Other Cures by Mark A. Rayner

Ever wondered what might happen if your therapist was replaced by a pirate? Or how disquieting it would be to receive postcards from your future self? If William Shatner was elected President of the United States, what would his inaugural address sound like? Mark A. Rayner tackles these and stranger questions in his collection of short stories, essays and flash fiction that thrum with the absurd and hum with alienation, all to a humorous beat. Jesus contends with dinosaurs. Marcel Duchamp describes what happens to a Dadaist who has a monkey's tail grafted to his butt. Whether he is explaining how Anne of Green Gables destroyed the world, or outlining Thor's new PR strategy, Rayner entertains with wit, humor and an imagination that is one step short of certifiable.

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