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a magazine devoted to comic strips

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com)-- Laugh Riot Press, a brand new digital hotspot that will feature indie authors and their funny books, announces plans to launch its e-commerce website and marketing network in 2014.
Various You're a Horrible Person, But I Like You: The Believer Book of Advice (Vintage Original) Only nine of the 42 advice-givers in this very funny book are women (and one of them is Sarah Silverman, so she doesn't really count).
Remember an LOL-worthy moment from summer vacay, make a list of things you're grateful for with a funny book.
In this often quite funny book, he develops a comprehensive philosophic theory that integrates psychological, aesthetic, and ethical aspects of humor.
That's the view of the bestselling British columnist Lynne Truss in her mordantly funny book.
The Southern mother and her habits is celebrated and explained in SOME DAY YOU'LL THANK ME FOR THIS, a funny book reviewing the lessons every Southern mother instills in her daughters.
Its is a funny book, " said Bond, whose stories are predominantly set in Garhwal.
Following Scudamore's stunning 2007 debut The Amnesia Clinic, this darkly funny book occasionally drags, but is ultimately gripping.
Assisted Loving is a charming and funny book that will make you smile at times and bring tears to your eyes at others.
This is a good, funny book that doesn't quite do what Orwell did many years ago: describe what's best (and worst) about a people the author loves (and loathes).
Schoolteacher-turned-comic Sam Levenson's fame began with his 1969 bestsell-ing funny book.
Similarly, in this well-written, insightful and funny book, Heather King, a frequent commentator on NPR's "All Things Considered," does not deny her hard life.
To quote the review of the audiobook in KLIATT, September 2006: Musician/songwriter Portman has launched his literary career with a diabolically clever and funny book that is a brilliant satire, a coming-of-age story, and a mystery, all rolled seamlessly into one.