Posts Tagged ‘funny’

coverFor those pups who won’t know, if you click the voting button on Heavenly Bride, go through the motions, and your vote registers you will be rewarded by seeing the latest page in “The Life of Death” – a sketch comic I do from rare time to time. It’s basically me making fun of things in my life or that I witness as I go through life, and even I think some of those comics are funny. Besides, I get to draw myself thin and I should be thin somewhere.

The Life of Death is kept pretty exclusive: only voters can see the latest sketch. And only people who purchase my books have been able to see past episodes, when I choose to put one or two in the back of my latest mini-comic or so. But I have been pondering this because it’s been a while and The Life of Death has amassed a collection of… 32 pages. 32 pages! Why that’s a whole book!

So I’ve been pondering putting these sketch gems into a volume of their own, and last night I finally gave in to temptation. The Life of Death‘s first 32 pages can now be read in a single comic – however it’s only available in KF8 through Amazon. For now.

Because I also wanted to see if this KDP Select business was as awesome as Amazon made it sound. And I’m fond of hitting two birds with one stone. =^-^= I can go ahead and tell you this: Amazon forced me to price the book higher than I would have preferred. That’s strike one. But we’ll see how things go.

So if you want to see parts of The Life of Death you might have missed or simply want to remind yourself of a gag long gone, check it out on Amazon! If you’re a member of Amazon prime, you can borrow it for free. And as always I highly encourage you tell your friends.

Here it is! Click here!

I love feedback on my work, especially when its positive feedback. And so far I’ve been told by numerous people that the Page of Cups is funny while informative. “I couldn’t stop laughing,” said one person. “I stayed up all night reading it,” said another. It’s almost like getting those sort of reviews from big time critiques… except I’m sure these are real.

That was a difficult balance to create, so I’m glad that it was achieved. Not all credit for the humor goes to me, of course. Pestilence, he who first wrote the book, is just as much to blame.

If you’ve also read the Page of Cups, we’d love to hear what you thought of it.  We’d also be tickled all sorts of rainbow colors if you were to leave us a good review at where you got it from. =^-^=

It’s ISBN, through Smashwords, is: ISBN: 9781476369754

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