Friday, August 24, 2007

Vacation and a Contest
Win an Audiobook of THE MARK

In a few hours I'll be on a plane to Moscow, so in the interim there will be a new contest, beginning today, and ending Sunday, September 2nd. The winner will receive an audiobook of THE MARK (you must have iTunes or Audible). You can hear an excerpt from the audiobook on iTunes or on Audible.com here.

To enter, simply post a comment in the blog with the title and author of a book that literally made you laugh out loud while reading it.

See you on the 2nd!

13 Comments:

Blogger Katche said...

God's Debris by Scott Adams

10:41 AM  
Blogger spyscribbler said...

Oh, that's easy! The last one was:

Lean Mean Thirteen, by Janet Evanovich

Have a blast in Moscow!

1:23 PM  
Blogger Dave White said...

Moscow?

I don't know that made me laugh out loud... the one I can think of off the top of my head was a Westlake Dortmunder book... which had two footnotes on one page, including the second one: "Come on. You didn't really expect a footnote in a novel. Admit it."

1:48 PM  
Blogger Kate said...

Social Crimes by Jane Stanton Hitchcock

Enjoy safe travel in Moscow!!!

4:16 PM  
Blogger Janet England said...

Hope you have a great trip without too many airport hassles. The last book that made me laugh out loud and smile a lot was a paranormal/fantasy/thriller called Sunny Side Up by Ginger Rodgers.

5:39 PM  
Blogger Graham Powell said...

Say hi to the "seven ugly sisters".

The book that made me laugh more than any other is "Anguished English", collected by Richard Federer. A must read for anyone who loves the English language.

11:05 PM  
Blogger Michele Lee said...

Most of the Terry Pratchett books make me laugh out loud, and force people to listen to quotes.

11:43 PM  
Blogger RAC said...

Native Tongue, by Carl Hiaasen.

Bring us back some pics from Moscow, Mr. Pinter!

1:31 AM  
Blogger Fun Guy said...

Pure Drivel by Steve Martin.

1:37 AM  
Blogger Chumplet said...

I haven't been laughing much lately, but when I read Clive Cussler's SAHARA, I snickered at the notion that two red-blooded males actually talked to each other in such a stiff, formal manner while fighting for their lives in the middle of the desert.

9:29 PM  
Blogger katemoss said...

On Chesil Beach by Ian McEwan

9:45 PM  
Blogger Miss Reader said...

High Heels Are Murder by Elaine Viets.

Enjoy Moscow!

1:35 AM  
Blogger Julie S said...

It's a tie between One for the Money, Janet Evanovich and Skinny Dip by Carl Hiaasen.

4:15 PM  

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