Give my books a read and a review!

What the two-hander is going on, all you porn-brained deviants who’ve watched too many fuck videos and are now convinced that a blow-jay has to be both fists stacked atop each other plus the mouth but your puny gerbil-dick fails to meet the requirement so you spend several hours every day punching the heavy bag while ugly-crying harder than Will Ferrell, after which you go out and buy a dozen kitted-out guns, a Ferrari, and a giant truck to make up for your shortcomings but none of it helps so you grab a wakizashi and prepare to commit seppu—

DON’T DO IT!  Come on, man—just because your wiener is on par with a long skin tag or a wobbly baby tooth doesn’t mean you can’t do oral! 

Anyways, now that I’ve got your attention, let me direct it towards my various-genred books!  First up is my YA fantasy:  A Door into Evermoor.  If you’re hankering for some psychedelic high school fun with a giant side of interdimensional monsters and teen genius hijinks, check out Kor’Thank:  Barbarian Valley Girl!  If you want a big ol’ helping of robot vs. wizard pew pew, along with an extra serving of existential philosophy, check out my science fiction series Echo!  And don’t forget to leave a positive review for them!  Positive reviews—even though they only take a minute or two of your time—are like $1000 tips for us indie authors.  Every one of them is SUPER appreciated!  #WritingCommunity

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21 thoughts on “Give my books a read and a review!

  1. I love the long skin tag, hysterical. Thank you for the review by the way, very gracious and appreciated. Probably wasn’t really your can of worms and I wasn’t really promoting it as I am truly a poet. Still thank you much. I will get to start reading your book soon and I am excited. Your words make me laugh. I love to laugh then again who doesn’t. Big congratulations on all your amazing reviews already. Have a wild but safe week my friend. 🤗

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      • Thank you so much, I saw your review on my book. Very gracious of you as I know it’s probably not your kind of dystopian novel. I am going to Washington State for two months and will have plenty of time to read your book. Thank you again it was very gracious of you and I have appreciated you being one of my very first followers, which I will never forget. It looks like you’re doing great with all of your books and have lots of reviews. You should feel really great about that, you are a prolific writer and entertainer. Have a wonderful weekend big hugs Joni❤️🤗🦋🥰

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      • I’m definitely having fun with my writing adventure, and I’m happy to support you in yours. I hope you enjoy your trip to Washington! If it’s Seattle, I hope the clouds take a break and you get to see some sun! 😊

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      • I hope so too. Have you thought about writing a script? I bet you could do that. Sending lots of energy, hugs and thanks. Just getting started on your wild ride. Hugs Joni ❤️🦋🤗

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      • I’ve tossed the idea around, but I don’t think I would feel the magic in it, you know? When I read a script, it doesn’t pull me in. It’s like a description of a story, rather than diving into the story itself. Maybe if I actually did it, I’d feel different, but as of now, I’d rather have someone else write a script of my book, lol!

        I’m stoked to see what you think! Thanks for taking the time to read it! 😊🤗

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      • My pleasure, I understand what you are saying about the script. I have done two and actually verbally pitch the idea to Mel Gibson’s agent on the phone. It was for a second movie as a follow up to Mr. Brooks, this was many years ago. No luck but at least he listened. I just thought you would be good at the dialect between characters once you had an idea, and would be able to write a great treatment and/or idea for a show or movie. Have an amazing day. 🦋❤️

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      • Wow, that’s amazing! Good on you for putting yourself out there! If I ever get the urge (now that I’m older, I respect my intuition a lot more), I’ll go down that route. I always thought pitching stuff would be aggravating, but I can see how it’d be different if I had a script I really believed in. I would be super excited to tell others why it was worth producing. Hope all is well in Washington! 😊

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      • We leave June 2nd and can’t wait. When you pitch an idea you only need a treatment so you don’t even have to write a full script for a movie. Something to consider. Big hugs 🤗

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