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Quasimodo On Skis: A Collection Of Humorous Essays Designed to Produce A Chuckle In Even The Most Curmudgeonly Of People Paperback – February 20, 2011
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"Our readers love Eric's humor. He's consistently funny!" Tim Hohs, Managing Editor, The Adams County Record
About the Author
D. Eric Williams lives in north--central Idaho with his wife a whole passel of kids and a laptop computer. His latest offering Quasimodo On Skis is a collection of quirky, witty, personal and downright hilarious shorts guaranteed to raise a laugh from even the most jaded. Join D. Eric Williams on a humorous ride through life from a cockeyed point of view.
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On the pages of this book you will find short stories of mishaps and adventures in life. You will be taken on a ski trip that was surprising in its own way, a new twist on staying fit at forty, and how about the road trip where everyone has to go potty at different times. You just gotta love it! The illustrations placed here and there really helped bring a visual to what you were reading and an added giggle or two.
I like to laugh, love stories about life that can turned around to bring joy, and this book delivers it all. A great book to relax, whittle some time away, and bring a smile. Nice job. A fun read!