Category Archives: humor

Fluttering Thoughts: Becoming Edward by Faye Meredith

Categories: 2 butterflies, contemporary, Faye Meredith, fluttering thoughts, humor, RBR, teen romance, ya
Becoming EdwardBy Faye MeredithEditions: ebook, paperbackPublished June 6th 2011 by Faye MeredithGenre: YA Contemporary / Romance / HumorSource: review copyA guy starts dressing up like Edward Cullen to attract a girl who’s a massive Twilight fan. Trouble is he gets it wrong and it kind of goes to his head, with disastrous consequences.Becoming Edward is set in the UK and is a light-hearted, fun novel about what happens when obsession goes too far. Perfect for both Twilight and non-Twilight fans.~ Goodreads BlurbWorld Building: Contemporary, post-Twilight Read more [...]

Fluttering Thoughts: Power Trip by Jeff Thomason

Categories: #WWReadathon, 3 butterflies, action, fluttering thoughts, humor, pulp fiction, RBR, sci-fi-ish, ya
Power Trip (a Wandering Koala tale)By Jeff Thomason; Wondering Koala WebsiteEditions: ebook, paperbackPublished August 1st 2011 by Jatce StudiosGenre: Pulp fiction-ish / Sci-Fi-ish, YASource: review copyRené thinks he's hit the jackpot!After six months of no luck following college, he finds the perfect job with excellent benefits at The Power Company doing what he graduated in.But a newly hired manager has a mysterious agenda. Employees disappear with no warning, and René is caught in a massive explosion that leaves the city of 8 million without Read more [...]

Review: Hot Chocolate by Dawn Greenfield Ireland

Categories: 4 butterflies, book tour, Dawn Greenfield Ireland, humor, mystery, RBR, review, virtual author book tours
    Hot Chocolateby Dawn Greenfield Ireland;Editions: Ebook ( Kindle / Nook )Published by Artistic Origins Inc (October 20, 2011)Source: review copyMeet the middle-aged Alcott sisters: Madge, Lila Mae and Dorothea, heiresses to the Alcott Chocolate fortune and mavens of Houston’s elite River Oaks.Madge ambushes Lila Mae with Dorothea’s manipulative plea: she can’t care for Bernie, their 92-year old father, any longer. Lila Mae explodes in a hissy fit—she had warned Dorothea years ago that they should put Bernie in an assisted living center.Robert, Read more [...]

Review: The Betrothal: Or How I Saved Alan Edwards from 40 Years of Hell by Richard Raley @RichardRaley

Categories: 5 butterflies, humor, RBR, review, Richard Raley, romance, ya
            The Betrothal: Or How I Saved Alan Edwards from 40 Years of HellRichard Raley; Kindle EditionPublished April 23rd 2011 by Richard RaleyPhineas Farraday is a college drop-out turned struggling genre writer. One night, he’s huddled over his keyboard when he receives a phone call from his best friend Alan Edwards. Alan has spent the last two years doing missionary work in Chile and only just got back to the States. He’s got some great news for Phin. Alan’s getting married…in a week…to a girl he’s never met. You’ll be Read more [...]

Review: Love at Absolute Zero by Christopher Meeks

Categories: 5 butterflies, book tour, Christopher Meeks, humor, RBR, review, romance
     Love At Absolute ZeroChristopher Meeks ; Kindle EditionPublished May 4th 2011 by White Whisker BooksLove at Absolute Zero" is the story of Gunnar Gunderson, a 32-year-old physicist at the University of Wisconsin. The moment he’s given tenure at the university, he can only think of finding a wife, causing his research to falter. With his two partners, Gunnar is in a race against MIT to create new forms of matter called Bose-Einstein condensates, which exist only near absolute zero. To meet his soul mate within three days--that’s what Read more [...]

Review: 30 Failures by Age 30 by Katharine Miller

Categories: 5 butterflies, essay, humor, Katharine Miller, RBR, review
      30 Failures by Age 30 (Volume 1)Katharine Miller; Kindle First Edition, Published January 17, 2011 by KLM DesignsOnce upon a time, 30 was old. It was Grown Up. It was almost middle-aged. If you weren’t married, something was wrong with you. If you didn’t have children, something was wrong with you. If you weren’t settled down with life all figured out, you’d screwed up somewhere along the way. Or so it seemed. Here is one woman’s exploration of personal and social failures and the hilarity that ensues.- Goodreads on 30 Failures Read more [...]