Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Laughs For A Dollar!

This is not a self-portrait, just a very satisfied customer

If you like my odd sense of humor, I have an eBook that you can treasure and pass down to your children and your children's children as a legacy. The resultant smiles and giggles will assure a long and happy family line.

And all of this can be yours for just a dollar!

You can purchase the work for a sawbuck at Amazon USA or for a pound at Amazon UK.

And if you purchase this rare comedic tome, I'll be able to eat off the Dollar Menu at McDonald's this week!

Here's a sample:

Death Comes Calling

I was lying on my bed reading when I heard a feminine “Ahem.”

Stunned, I looked up to see a little girl at the foot of my bed, a little blue-eyed, raven-haired miss in a pretty pink jumper.

"Uh ...uh," I said in my best conversational manner, "who are you?"

She took a lollipop out of her mouth. "I'm Death," she said with a little giggle. "You were supposed to kick the bucket last night, but I nailed the deer instead of you." She sighed. "Bad aim. Anyway, I'm here to rectify the situation. Time to go bye-bye."

I sat up on the side of the bed and slipped my shoes on. "Well, I guess when you gotta go, you gotta go, but I have to ask. Death as a little girl? That's kinda ... you know ... weird."

She shrugged. "New union rules. I can't go around looking scary anymore. I gotta come across as inoffensive as possible. No more skeletal figures, owls, ravens, banshees. Sometimes, I look like Big Bird from Sesame Street." She looked wistful. “I did try a big, friendly clown, but most people thought that more evil than the shroud and sickle.”

1 comment:

  1. Yes, a clown would definitely be scarier. But a little girl is not without her frights, either. :-)