Part odyssey, part oddball adventure, and totally fantastic, “Or So It Seems” offers a breathtaking but comical look at one man’s spiritual journey. His search for answers to the mysteries of life takes us on a wild jaunt through the tangled web of his life, with an irrepressibly humorous Hindu guru along for the ride.
Archive for the Humor Category
In the not so good old days a MAN, lovable rogue, petty thief, liar and cheat knew they were men and claimed their rightful place at the top of society. A woman, well, a woman was an unmissable, most times useful and, reasonably competent, aggravation who, apparently, remained impervious to the fact that they were very fortunate to have men in their lives.
I know that what I am doing is wrong. I am his Captain and he is my subordinate. That just makes what we are doing all the more delicious. He submits to me and I submit to him it is the perfect relationship.
1969 – Man is about to set foot upon the moon. Meanwhile, momentous events are also taking place in the West Midlands. Weddings, funerals, hereditary hair loss, M. J. K. Smith’s cricket bat, a missing masterpiece; dastardly deeds are taking place, above and below the streets of Birmingham.
RANKED #3 in HOT NEW RELEASES (Dark Humor) on AMAZON in its Second Week! Great American cartoonist Edward Gorey illustrated the unusual and absurd fates of 26 children in his famous ‘Gashlycrumb Tinies’ alphabet book. ’26 Absurdities of Tragic Proportions’ captures the essence of Gorey’s dark humor and satire with one tale for each child depicted.
An Unexpected Love Story. Rosie Foster has two dreams. The first is to move off the Tradmore Estate, and the second is to see Paris. Archie wants for nothing. He has his five-bedroom house but no one to share it with now that his beloved wife, Cath, has died. And then … Holly has a disastrous night out and, against all the odds, Archie meets Rosie.
Star of the West End’s ‘Rat Pack’ and cabaret stalwart, Gary Williams, shares the secrets of his success in Cabaret Secrets – a practical guide with everything you need to create your own show, travel the world and get paid to do what you love. Written for singers who want to create their own cabaret show, or improve the one they already have, Cabaret Secrets covers everything from finding a theme, scripting a show and running a rehearsal. There’s lots of practical advice on how to find an agent, promoting your show and ordering musical arrangements.
A intriguing read about a strength, hope, wonder, and growth. A personal journey that turned into a blog. Author C.L Cunningham welcomes you to a view of the twist and turns of life.
What would you do if you were walking your dog and he snapped his leash and ran into a thorny, vacant field? What if you gave chase and tripped over something jutting from the ground — an old, faded box stuffed with more than $200,000?