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Friday Fun for Writers, Authors & Readers…


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More writing struggles:

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Only readers will understand…

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Silly book titles:

The Broken Window by Eva Brick

French Windows by Pattie O’Dors

A Hole in My Bucket by Lee King

Yes I know they do make you groan! Share a pun or joke with us.

Friday Fun for Writers, Authors & Readers…


Easter Friday fun – enjoy your long weekend, relax, read and of course write!

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Bad book puns: I can hear you groaning!

Have you read the book about teleportation? It’s bound to get you somewhere.

I had plans to begin reading a book about sinkholes but they fell through.

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Friday Fun for Writers, Authors & Readers…


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Book Title Puns:  How much did you groan? Can you think some up?

Sea Birds: Al Batross

Turkish Minerals: Asa Miner

Cooking Spaghetti: Al Dente

Joke for writers:

Why Did the Run-on Sentence Think It Was Pregnant?

“Its period was late.” Run-on sentences consist of multiple clauses that should be broken up with periods.

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Friday Fun for Writers, Authors & Readers…


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This one will make you groan!

A chicken runs into a library, goes to the main desk and says, ‘Book,  bok, bok, boook.’ The librarian hands the chicken a book and it tucks it  under its wing and runs out. A while later, the chicken runs back in,  throws the book on the desk and says, ‘Book, bok, bok, bok, boook.’  Again the librarian gives it a book, and the chicken runs out with it. A  few minutes later the chicken is back, and returns the book saying,  ‘Boook, book, bok, bok, boook.’ The librarian gives the chicken a third  book, but this time follows it as it runs out. The chicken runs down the  street, through a park and down to the river where a frog is sitting on  the bank. The chicken holds up the book to the frog, saying, ‘Book,  bok, bok, boook’. The frog replies, ‘Read-it, read-it, read-it…’

Book Title Puns:

Robotics Handbook: A. I. Expert

Rhythm & Blues for Wasps: Aaron Bee

Where to Find Islands: Archie Pelago

Crocodile Dundee: Ali Gator

Can you think one up?

 

 

Friday Fun for Writers, Authors & Readers…


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What is the difference between a cat and a comma? One has a pause at the end of its clause and the other has claws at the end of its paws!

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What do you get when you cross Neil Gaiman with A.A. Milne?

Tigger Warning.

 

How about sharing a literary joke of your own?