Monday, June 29, 2009

We Need A Few Giggles

Hi ladies!

We read mysteries, romances, non-fiction self-help, travel, biography, autobiography, poetry, and history books, but how many times do we read something that really makes us laugh?

I need your help. Do you have a favorite novel that really gave you the giggles?

Please tell us the title and author (if possible).

Many thanks!!

8 comments:

Pat's Place said...

Thanks!

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

That's very observant. For the life of me, I can't think a book that's made me laugh lately. I do like the Garrison Keilor "Lake Woebegon" books -- they make me chuckle! (Excuse spelling errors pls)

Donna M. Kohlstrom said...

Everything and anything that Erma Bombeck has written! Also "God Uses Cracked Pots" and at this moment I can't remember the Christian author.

Barbara said...

I just heard of this one, but haven't read it. "Killer Cruise" by Laura Levine. I hear it will make you laugh.

Astaryth said...

That's easy... Venetia by Georgette Heyer. That book never fails in making me laugh and smile. It's not my normal kind of read (I like Sci/Fi), but I've read and re-read it many times since I first stumbled across it.

Nancy said...

a book called Good Grief by Lolly Winston. Very funny and its ironic because its about a woman who becomes a young widow, and how she copes, but it was really a funny book I swear!!

heather said...

P.G. Wodehouse always has been one to make me laugh. As well as Anne of Green Gables, and of course the great Erma Bombeck. She was a blogger before her time. :)

heather said...

OH. AND there is a children's series called Junie B. Jones -and she is laugh out loud funny, if you're into that genre.