I love puns. There’s nothing better than a corny joke to send me into a fit of giggles. And when I’m giggling, I’m not fretting over my insecurities.
If you haven’t seen by now, I’ve got a book signing tomorrow. Eeek! Will I have enough books? Will I sell any? Will people like my swag? Plus The Ancient is coming out. And we had a meeting with The Seven, in which we discussed changing the release order of the novellas. Lust, my deadly sin, has been bumped from last to first. I need to get writing on that, but my mind won’t stop thinking about Isto. AHHHH!
Yeah, I’m kinda in freak-out mode.
Lucky for me, I’ve got Elizabeth Seckman on my blog today, sharing some of her funnies to distract me from all of this. I had the drums and symbols playing in my head, and I hope you do to.
And now, Elizabeth and her jokes:
What fish’s offer can’t you refuse? The Cod Fish
What’s the best day to go to the beach? Sunday
Where do fish go to borrow money? Loan Sharks
What happens when you throw a red rock in the black sea? It sinks
What does Cinderella wear in the ocean? Glass flippers
What fish plays the best music? The tune-a-fish
Did you hear about the red ship that collided with the blue ship? They were marooned
Why don’t oysters give money to charity? They’re shellfish
(Loni) AHAHAHAHAHA! That Marooned one was my favorite. How about you?
Jo Leigh Harper comes from a long line of trouble-making, white trash stock.
Tanner Coulter comes from a longer line of wealth-creating, blue blood stock.
Jo graduated college top of her class, moving toward a future full of possibilities.
Tanner dropped out of college, trading a law degree for drinking games and one night stands.
A family crisis throws the rich party boy and the poor genius girl together. The attraction is immediate, though neither one is a heart-in-the-sand-drawing believer in true love. But as the summer sun heats up along the shores of the Outer Banks, so does the connection between them. Maybe, just maybe, they can win at love by defying reason.
Elizabeth is a multi-published author of books for people who are believers in happily-ever- after, true love, and stories with a bit of fun and twists with their plots. The mother of four young men, she tackles laundry daily and is the keeper of the kitchen. She lives along the shores of the Ohio River in West Virginia, but dreams daily of the beach.
Which joke was your favorite? Do you have any good jokes to share? When was the last time you visited a beach?