(Not hearts and flowers)

You like humor books, so we figured you’d get a kick out of this one… a collection
by professional humorists, taking varied looks at the day and our reactions to it. Free download from Kindle.  And I tossed in a couple of my more romantic titles to get you all warm and chuckly.  All three FREE from now until Feb 13, day before “V-Day”.  Enjoy.

Love is Just a Box of Chocolates

Valentine humor you won’t find on the cards from the store.

This collection, from a motley sampler of very funny pro writers, isn’t your mama’s Valentine’s Day book.  We think you’ll like it, as a lot of other people have.

Sample sentiments:

  • Because “Sex for Chocolate Day” was vetoed by the greeting card industry.
  • About those five little words: Charge it to my Visa.
  • Inappropriate Valentine’s Day Gifts include: Tickets to a ball game, box of chocolates left over from Christmas, vacuum cleaner, herpes. 

Love modern style, smother in chuckles here.  See more about it by clicking the laughing lovers at right.  Or what the heck, just order from amazon… it’s FREE, for Pete’s sake.

                       CLICK HERE, IT’S FREE!!!                

Love, Nashville Style

Three kids heading for the Nashville dream (and mostly living in moving buses along the way). But it’s not just about singing your heart out… it’s also about what happens to your heart along the road.
Bound to appeal to fans of the “Nashville” TV series, and to fans of Lin Robinson’s own “Bailin’.”

FREE — click HERE or on cover picture


Bank Robbin’, Shootin’, and Lots of Smoochin’

Cole Haskins and Bunny Beaumont are crazy in love, which is sometimes good for their careers robbing banks, sometimes not.
They do all right in crime until they get tangled up embezzlers, crazed bikers, bounty hunters, and way worse —  politicians.
They end up in a hostage hole-up, then get chased to a cliff by the law like Thelma and Louise. And through all the hot-wheeling, lead-slingin’, and wheeler-dealin’ they never miss a chance to crack a joke or smooch each other silly.
A richly comic crime novel with a unique twist, it’s also a cock-eyed romance. You’re going to remember Bunny and Cole.

FREE — click HERE or on cover picture