Tales from the Web

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AuthorHouse, 2006 - Poetry - 312 pages
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Tales From The Web is a collection of jokes and 'sayings' the author received from friends and family via emails over a period of a couple of years. The author is a writer of fiction and non-fiction books, 39 to date, so he decided to make a joke book of the jokes and 'sayings' he got from his friends and family from the net. Tales From The Web is the result. The jokes and 'sayings' in Tales From The Web give us a look into the mind of Americans from all walks of life and from all over America, showing us the humor, ribald and spicy at times, cutting and disparaging at times, sexist at times, but almost always funny and laughable except for some sadness and heartache at times deeply felt by the Americans who wrote these jokes and 'saying's. Tales From The Web also contains some poetry, philosophy, and some tongue-in-cheek advice from men and women who speak with humor and wit. If you want a lot of laughs, a few tears, some penetrating philosophy, some rather wild advice, and some poetry, you will enjoy Tales From The Web! The jokes and 'sayings' in Tales From The Web is Americana at its craziest, funniest, jokingest, poetically, and philosophically best and therefore the jokes and 'sayings' belong to the American people because the authors of the jokes and 'sayings' in Tales From The Web are almost all unknown, there are a few authors listed, which makes Tales From The Web belong to all Americans everywhere. The author had a great time collecting these tales and making a book of them and considers it an honor to collect them and to present them to the public! Enjoy!

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About the author (2006)

Warner was born and raised in California. He has written 31 novels, 125 short stories, two Civil War books, and two poetry collections.

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