What stage are you at?
Silly book titles:
Olympic Games by Arthur Letics
Long Walk by Miss D. Buss
The Insurmountable Problem
by Major Setback
Q: What is a flea’s favorite book ?
A: The itch-hikers guide to the galaxy!
Join in the fun – share your jokes.
More writing struggles:
Only readers will understand…
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.
How many writers can relate?
And these will make you groan! Book title puns.
Danger! by Luke Out
Surprised! by Omar Gosh
Armed Heists by Robin Banks
Falling Trees by Tim Burr
Can you make one up?
Why are first books afraid of their sequels?
Because they always come after them
What did the farmer say when he found a root vegetable in his reading material? Oh look that’s a turnip for the books.
Do you want to share a joke? Put it in the comments.
Readers understand this particular joke!
Sure reading a book under a tree is peaceful but imagine how stressful it is for the tree to see a bunch of it’s dead friends in your hand.
– Kyle Lippert
One advantage reading books has over TV is you can’t read books and do housework at the same time.
– Melanie White
My week has a mixture of events including a meeting with my client regarding my ghost writing project, the Volunteer Fair on Wednesday and Authors for Indies on Saturday.
Monday evening will be spent reviewing the book draft I have been working on for my client. We will utilize our local library for this meeting. It is such a wonderful space for working, reading and meetings.
Wednesday I will be doing double duty at the Volunteer Fair as secretary of my writers group, Writers Foundation of Strathcona County and as President of the Arts & Culture Council of Strathcona County. I was able to request the tables were side by side so that will help!
On Saturday I will join other local authors for Indies for Authors at the Sherwood Park Bookworm, a wonderful store full of all genres of books and a book readers dream place. I will be reading from 1-2 pm come down and hear wonderful stories, meet the authors and find your next favorite book.
What events do you have planned? Care to share?
The Blue Metropolis Festival in Montreal, QC, runs April 24–30 with programming for readers of all ages. http://bluemetropolis.org/
The Ottawa International Writers Festival takes place April April 27 to May 2, with details still to come. http://www.writersfestival.org/authors/spring-2017
Do you have a local event to share? Put it in the comments.