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The natural landscape with the storm, overcast sky and lonely treeDay #1! Laughter

As  a reader, I am not a fan of gory scary books. I like mysteries and realistic fiction, but my favorites are fantasy and historical fiction. No matter what I am reading, though, humor makes the story more enjoyable. If I can laugh along with my main character, or laugh at something that character has done, I feel a part of the scene and I enjoy the book even more. One of my favorite authors who does this well is Susan Stec, author of Dead Girls Never Shut Up.


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8 Responses

  1. Hi! Thanks for visiting my blog. This blog flash thing is fun! I will have to check out that author because I have never found a humour book of fiction that made me laugh out loud. Thanks for the tip!


  2. I don’t read books that most people consider funny all that often but when I do I remember how much I need to read something light once in a while. Thanks for sharing that book – I hadn’t heard of it and it sounds really good.


  3. I’ve never done a BlogFlash before –this is fun. Please be sure to leave the URL to your blog when you visit mine so others can find it. Thanks – Bobbie


  4. Thank you for commenting on my BlogFlash post, its the first time I’ve ever done anything like this and your comment meant a lot thank you.


  5. I can’t wait to read Dead Girls. I love Susan’s humor!


  6. I have to agree: I don’t like anything excessively gory or violent. A book that makes me laugh will always stick in my mind!


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