October 8, 2008

Laughs From Corn Country

Filed under: writing — unwriter1 @ 2:33 pm
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Having problems with gas? Blame the A-Rabs. How about a new use for a tractor? Read about it in Bottoms Up, the first story in Laughs from corn country. Have an answering machine? Check out what they really do when no one is home. Halloween is almost here. Who is leaving those notes all over the place? The Well-Noted Jared finds out. Remember the old general store? It’s back! Learn where in The Store.

Read Nightmare After Breakfast then go grocery shopping. It will be a whole new experience, Look out! That Pumpkin is chasing you! Speaking of food, A plot of land a foot wide and a mile long is good for growing spaghetti. Check out the whole series and see what else grows.

Yes, it is Halloween and tuna’s do drink coffee. If that isn’t enough, check out Clyde, the frustrated vampire.

These are just some of the humorous stories you’ll find in Laughs From Corn Country. It’s an ebook and the price is right. Go to Lulu and order a copy, or just go here: http://tinyurl.com/482w8f.




  1. Ron – this blog just keeps looking and getting better all the time. Nice work, old boy (smile). Good luck with the book sales, your pitch was strong enough to get it put on my MBBBC list (must be bought before christmas). Is it listed up in the WPM authors supporting authors program?

    Comment by Marvin D Wilson — October 8, 2008 @ 5:13 pm | Reply

  2. Just visualizing the plot for growing spaghetti made me chuckle.


    Comment by Helen Ginger — October 8, 2008 @ 5:19 pm | Reply

  3. I’m picturing a tuna drinking coffee…

    Comment by Dana Fredsti — October 8, 2008 @ 8:27 pm | Reply

  4. Great blurb – i know it has to be a great little group of stories cause i love the ones i got to read already!

    Comment by Beka — October 8, 2008 @ 8:29 pm | Reply

  5. “A plot of land a foot wide and a mile long is good for growing spaghetti.”

    So funny, Ron! When I was a kid, I liked to draw up fantasy architectural plans. When I’d get bored, I’d ask my parents to give me an imaginary plot of land for which to design my structure. Once, it was a plot three feet wide and about three acres long. I put in a spaghetti factory! I have to buy this book. Funny stuff!

    Comment by Holly Jahangiri — October 9, 2008 @ 12:26 pm | Reply

  6. Ron,
    The book sounds great. I’m judging in a contest now and can’t read anything but contest entries until that’s over. Then I’ll get Laughs from Corn Country.

    And congratulations on the great improvements you’ve made on the blog.

    Comment by Lillie Ammann — October 10, 2008 @ 12:21 am | Reply

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