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We are back on Earth and reviewing. Unfortunately we’re so busy, it’s unlikely we’re going to accept a request. Preference is for comedy.

Best method of contact is Cassidy’s Facebook page or the Youtube channel. Just drop a comment or message. –>

22 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. Outstanding blog. If you resume reviewing, I have a satirical work you might like. Feel free to take a look at and let me know. Thanks.


  2. I have a comedic book called Meat My Uncle, it’s on and and I think maybe It’s basically about a boy with a strange imagination. Hope you review it, thanks, and have a good day.


  3. What a treat finding a review blog that specializes in comedy. I read several of your reviews. I like the stripped-down format. You may be interested in reviewing my book, a YA/Low-fantasy/Satire/Romance called, Evelyn Dear Fender. You can find a sample of it at or where you can leave me a message. I can also be found at All the best! Rodney


  4. My son & I just published the fourth book of our ‘Smith & Wesson’ comedy series about two friends who get in all sorts of jams. We plan to be having free promo days this weekend. We would love if you would review our book. Here is the link to the book Please grab a free copy this weekend June 11th and 12th 2016. Thank you


  5. Hello Twisted Biscuits,

    Hope you are doing well.
    I’d like submit my book “Quest for Kriya” for your Book Review.

    Winner 2016 Beverly Hills Book Awards, Gold Medal 2016 eLit Book Awards, Finalist 2015 International Book Awards

    A Thrilling Adventure/Comedy where East meets West, Technology talks to Tradition, and Hope dances with Despair.

    If this book is a good fit for your site, please let me know and I can provide you the Kindle (.mobi) file for review (283 pages).

    Hope to hear from you soon.


  6. Yes, finally, a book reviewer that doesn’t want romance or fantasy, but HUMOR!!

    Hoping to interest you in…

    TurboJetslams: Proof #29 of the Non-Existence of God

    You ever have a neighbour whose behaviour is so mind-bogglingly inconsiderate and so suicide-inducingly annoying that you just want to ask him, in a polite Canadian way, to please stop?

    TurboJetslams isn’t like that.

    TurboJetslams: Proof #29 of the Non-Existence of God, tells the tale of one person’s pathetic and hilarious attempts to single-handedly stop the destruction of a little piece of beautiful Canadian wilderness by the increasing numbers of idiots who couldn’t care less.

    A quick and entertaining summer read. A perfect cottage-warming gift. Boomer lit. Sure to resonate with paddlers everywhere.

    Available in print and various ebook formats at the usual online stores.


  7. My humorous new book, TRUMPED – BEYOND POLITICALLY CORRECT, deals with one of the most controversial topics of today – politically correct vs. politically incorrect language and actions. The book is not about politics or politicians.

    The book contains over 100 situations that people face in real life along with the type of response a person might give if trying to be politically correct. Then, what a person would say if they had the guts to go Beyond Politically Correct and say what they really believe, to be Brutally Honest, is shown for the same situation.

    The book is about relationships, advice, wisdom, and philosophies to live by, sprinkled with a good dose of humor, satire, and irreverence.

    The book was published April 28, 2016 by Sweet Memories Publishing and it is available on in paperback and Kindle eBook.

    I will appreciate it if you will consider this book for a review. I think you will find it very appropriate for today’s world and will find it to be very humorous and fun to read. I will be please send you a digital copy of the book. Thank you. Peter


  8. Hi Twisted Biscuits,

    Or should I call you oak tree and carrot?

    How exciting to find a blog that specialises in comedy!

    I know you’re busy but you might like the sound of my comic novel Mervyn vs. Dennis. Here’s a quick synopsis for you:

    Deep in debt, Mervyn Kirby gets a job he doesn’t want by pretending to be racist. His new boss Dennis Lane thinks he’s found a kindred spirit. When Mervyn confesses he’s not really racist, Dennis thinks it’s just part of the act. Day by day, to Mervyn’s horror, Dennis worms his way into Mervyn’s private life. Despite his fears, Mervyn is torn: his new job pays well but he despises Dennis and everything he stands for. How far will Mervyn go to free himself? How far will Dennis go to become friends? Will they settle their differences or end up killing each other? And why are so many shifty people carrying pineapples around town?

    If that sounds like the sort of thing you’d enjoying reviewing, I’d love to send you an ebook in your format of choice.

    Here’s the goodreads link:

    Thanks a lot for your time.

    Best wishes,


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    1. Totally sold.
      Please message Cassidy on Facebook, link above.
      I’ve just started reading David Copperfield and that is a monster of a book, with 10 minutes a day to read it’s slow going. A review isn’t going to be quick, hope that’s OK.


  9. Hi Twisted Biscuits!

    Welcome back to Earth. How about some earthly dystopian fun!

    If you have time in your busy schedule I ‘d love for you to review my novelette, Dating in the Apocalypse. More information on the book is below, as well as a link to the free book on Barnes and Noble. I can also provide any digital format upon request.
    Thank you!


    You think your dating life is tough; Tom Collins is looking for the love of his life in the middle of an apocalypse! If he can overcome murderous clans, a slave-based economy, and a meddlesome mother who designs deadly dresses for women, he might just find “the one.”

    A novelette.
    Approx. 18,000 words
    Book one in the series.

    Dating in the Apocalypse: Sarah: “The One”
    Christopher John Chater
    Published by Chater Publishing
    BISAC: Fiction / Romance / Humor
    50 Pages
    Published July 8, 2016
    Kindle Edition .99c
    ASIN: B01I6Q2BBK

    Nook lInk:


  10. My name is David Belisle and I’d be humbled and greatly appreciate your review of my indie humor novella Screwball. As the cover suggests, it’s a satirical swing at the grand old game.

    A quick blurb …

    Hayward Templeton, a psychiatry grad student at the University of Iowa, grudgingly agrees to pitch in a co-ed baseball game. A stickler for research, he discovers online how to throw a screwball and excels at it. Hayward’s team wins and while celebrating, they accidentally drop him on his head. As he lies on the ground unconscious, a few teammates discuss an upcoming psych quiz. Hayward unknowingly soaks it all in. When he comes to, he begins experiencing bizarre mental disorders — on his way to the big leagues as a screwball pitcher.

    Screwball is as screwball does …

    – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

    Publication date: October 31, 2016 … 106 pgs / 23K words.

    I can provide you with a PDF, mobi or ePub version of Screwball.

    Here’s the book link at Amazon …

    Thanks for your consideration.

    … David Belisle


  11. Hello

    I would like to request a review for a book I have written, called Book Simulator. It is a humorous (fake) non-fiction book that satirically teaches the reader how to pretend read. It is fairly short (about 17K words) and you will likely get through it pretty quickly. For more information, you can check out my amazon page:

    If you are interested in reviewing this book, let me know and I can send you an electronic copy in the format of your choice. Thank you for your time.



  12. If sarcasm was your acceptable daily allowance of protein, then author Simon Williams would be a juicy 12-ounce steak sandwiched between two pieces of red meat. In a recent Facebook posting of the 37 things people regret when they die, there was only one item he hadn’t done. Let go of a grudge, but he doesn’t regret it.

    Born in Townsville, Queensland he now lives in Miami, Florida. He always wanted to move to Leningrad but is buggered if he can find where it is on a map. He has spent half his life having to tell Americans that he grew up near Sydney, as most of them have no idea that Australia has another city.

    He started writing as a young man, first with a crayon, then a pencil, finally graduating to a ball point pen. His sense of humor was developed over 8 years of boarding school. As a way of both evading having the crap beaten out of him, while also dealing with being a smart boy who sat at the back of the class, but who couldn’t see the board because he refused to wear his glasses.

    His favourite pastime is trolling his mates on Facebook and taking the piss out of them. He has only been unfriended twice, on both occasions by his wife.

    If you are still reviewing humor books/still alive then please consider TORN

    After suffering an unimaginable heart break, a dejected man suffers through depression and frustration. After four years of misery he considers ending it all.
    What began as a suicide note then turns into a hilariously sarcastic, disruptive and unapologetic book series.
    Only when we start to die, do we stop apologizing for who we are and what we go through.


  13. I’m so excited to find someone who wants to review comedy! I wrote a satire on political correctness told by a drunk college student. I tried to keep it light and make fun of everyone without being mean or anything. Hope you will consider reading. Here’s a link to my book.

    Let me know if you would like me to send you a copy to review.



  14. Hi J. and Faye,

    I hope this finds you well. I’m writing you mostly because you’re interested in comedy. The Fatness is about concentration camps for fat people and bureaucracy gone mad. (It’s a love story.) The longer blurb follows to give you a better sense of it.

    I’d be happy to send you a digital copy, just let me know your format preference. Or, if you’d rather have a print copy, I’ll have a few available. (There’s also a NetGalley version too, just ask me for the link.) The book goes live on November 17th.

    Let me know if it sounds of interest!


    Keelan Cavanaugh is fat. That’s why the government put him in prison.

    They placed him in a Calorie Reduction Centre (CRC), where trained staff work to help him and many others slim down. Well, that was the intention, anyway. The powers that be had decided chubby citizens must either go there or lose their health care coverage.

    When he meets Jacinda Williams, an activist lawyer researching this new system, Keelan is more determined than ever to slim down. But Keelan discovers losing weight is more difficult than it seems, especially when he also has to fight against a ridiculous bureaucracy and policy wonks with hidden agendas. Can he succeed? Will the CRC-crossed lovers ever dine at love’s banquet together?

    From award-winning author Mark A. Rayner, The Fatness is a contemporary satire of socialism, capitalism, and the so-called “obesity epidemic”. This is Catch-22 for a new generation, with a distinctly tender undertone, even as it mercilessly spoofs the establishment.

    Praise for Mark A. Rayner

    “I know some very funny people. I’ve also met lots of writers. But I’ve only come across a few writers who are truly funny, and Mark A. Rayner is one of them.”
    ~Terry Fallis, Author of Best Laid Plans

    “Mark A. Rayner is just a terrific storyteller and one of the most imaginative and original writers you will ever have the pleasure of reading.”
    ~Ian Ferguson, Author of Village of the Small Houses

    “Rayner has an imagination reminiscent of Philip K. Dick, a satirical bent a la Tom Robbins, and a sense of humour derived equally from episodes of e Goon Show and the literature of Neal Stephenson.”
    ~Corey Redekop, Author of Husk

    Winner of the 2013 Indie Reader Discovery Award for Best Humor book. (The Fridgularity)


  15. Dear J and Faye,

    I love the work you’re doing and have read your blog posts (and a few of your recommended books). My name is Daralyse Lyons and I’ve published 16 books so far and would love it if you’d review my book, the Dating Diet.

    Here is a link to the Amazon page

    And here is the Goodreads link

    I would be happy to send the book to you, if you’re interested, and I thank you so much in advance for considering my request. Good, bad, or indifferent, I value your feedback.

    Happy reading,


  16. Twisted Biscuits? I dig it.

    My brother, The Prince of Darkness, and I are also twisted. We also think it’s hilarious so we put a bunch of our texts and phone calls into a compilation and called it a book. Mom’s going to disown us soon. Probably. Dad can’t read, so we’re hopeful. Kidding. We’re not hopeful. He’s totally kicking our asses soon. Anyway …

    It’s freaking hard finding bloggers who prefer comedy. You were a nice discovery. I don’t want to come on too strong, but I’m totally going to stalk you on social media. Not in a creepy way. In an honest, hey, look at me, I like comedy, too, and I’m weird, and maybe you wanna read about my comedic weirdness and we can totally laugh about it together sort of way. Too much? My bad. Below is the blurb for We’re Not Write. If you want a copy, I’ll send you one. If you don’t, I might still send you one. I’m insecure and need validation from the Universe. It’s a problem.

    Back-Cover Blurb:
    From accidentally propositioning a friend’s mom for a ball massage to finding a booger in a cup of coffee, We’re Not Write offers a variety of hilarious anecdotes between siblings, Cass and C.C. Bear witness to their crazy digital correspondence, insults, and major life faux pas in this laugh-out-loud collection.

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  17. Hello, I’d love to get a review for a book I published: THE MOSKOWITZ CODE by Joel Bresler. It’s a hilarious satirical take on the “perfection” of medical health records, the identity-erasing power of corporations, the love of Jewish mothers, and the ideal of living off the grid.

    In The Moskowitz Code, Myron Moskowitz—Mike, to the entire world except his mother Celia—goes to the doctor with a bad case of the current bug going around. When his doctor mistakenly types the wrong code into his electronic medical record, Mike finds life, or at least the one he’s grown used to, suddenly turned into someone else’s life. Or maybe no one else’s life. He’s not sure, frankly.

    With that single dodgy digital diagnosis, a chain reaction is set in motion leading Mike to lose his job, accidentally get all trace of himself wiped off of every computer in the known universe, and seriously contemplate buying a Harley. And Mike isn’t exactly what you’d call a motorcycle kind of Moskowitz. Somehow Mike must find a way to get back on the grid and get his old job back, all without his wife finding out about any of it. At least Celia’s in his corner, something Mike hopes is a good thing.

    Thank you for your time and consideration.


  18. Hello my name is Thomas McRae and I love to mail you a copy of my short fiction novels called Pimp in the pulpit 1 & 2 it’s inspired by my family trails and tribulations but not all facts, my books is filled with drama, comedy and suspense. I guarantee you will enjoy these books and relate to them on some personal level and that is why I like to get a review from you. Pimp in the pulpit will make you laugh, cry and appreciate your own life. You can check reviews at,, Nikki McNamara book blog, owner Rod Lewis and The pen and needles blog owner Jessica Starks. And see my interviews with Debdatta Dasgup book blog, Fiona Mcvie at authors, A.F. Stewart owner of are you afraid of the dark blog, Eclectic Moods Blog plus Just Books Blog owner Rainne. Or listen to my online radio interviews at Artists first network radio with Tony Kay and Talk network radio with Jeff Heiser and Steve Coplon right thinking Foundation also affiliated with Talk network radio plus Breanna J Marshall For The Love Of Words 100.9 Fm WXIR radio. Or go to enter my name Thomas McRae and see the articles about me by The Wave paper located at Far Rockaway Queens NY email me anytime thank you and GOD bless. Oh P.S check out my review plus interview with Thunder Horse Publishing courtesy of Joseph Clayton and check out my interviews with Rainnes Rambling, Laura Parish blog and Samantha Reza blog.


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