This book is bargain priced from 12/03/2013 until 12/31/2033
One of the funniest poetry collections you will ever read! From pirates to penguins, punctuation to pussycats, your funny bone will be well and truly tickled.
This is the sequel to the successful first book of poetry ‘JUST KIDDING’ by Martin Pierce.
Targeted Age Group: 6 – 12
Book Price: $1.49
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
My poetry is aimed fairly and squarely at being funny. I enjoy rythmic poems and try to have a strong beat going from the start to the end. I also like to include a twist so that the poems finishes in an unexpected place.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Write poems about what you are interested in. If vampires are your thing write about vampires, if you like fairy princesses then go for it. Everyone has their own voice and you have just got to find yours. They also say that practice makes perfect so keep on trying.
There seems to be so much to laugh about these days and I’ve discovered the best way to spread the humour around is by writing silly poems. I’ve collected them together into four poetry books for children; ‘Just Kidding’, ‘My Auntie Jane’s a Pirate’, ‘Funny Poems and Rhymes’ and my latest ‘Tickly Poetry.’
Have you ever stopped and actually listened to what you say? Some very strange things come out of your mouth without you even realising it. Just take a look at my other e-book on Kindle called ‘Idioms and Phrases,’ and you will see what I mean. Whoever invented this English language? It’s really weird!
If you need to have a little break from all these words then take a dip into ‘Comic Comics.’ Pages and pages of funny cartoons will brighten up even the dullest afternoon. I can personally recommend everything I have written!
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Because I live by the sea I’ve always wanted to write about pirates. So this poem about my aunt arrived. Then I wrote a lot of other poems about other interesting things and collected them together into one book. I like food and animals and silly people too, and all these ended up in the pages.
By the way, my aunt has asked me to say it is not a picture of her on the cover. (It is really!)