Monthly archive December, 2012

Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and holiday sale of books

Here’s wishing you a Merry Xmas and Happy New Year. At my other blog, http://richardcrasta.blogspot.com , I have announced a few sales on books, including three books for 3 dollars for 3 days. Please look it up. Good wishes.   Read More →

New books and One Free book

I have quite a few new books up on Amazon Kindle and elsewhere: FATHERS AND SONS, WAR AND LOVEĀ  (3 books with a father-son-love-war theme in one bundle) and LETTERS TO MY SONS     I WILL NOT GO THE Read More →

Movies I consider to be Intelligent Comedies

Or, a balance between intelligence and wild laughter: Monty Python and the Holy Grail Dr. Strangelove What About Bob? (a bit silly but funny too) There’s Something About Mary (the dog on fire scene is precious) The Pink Panther (first Read More →

Books With a Pro-Child, Pro-Peace, Pro-Laughter, Pro-Freedom POV: Christmas

Wishing you a merry Christmas. The season of peace. The season of children. The season of joy. If you are so inclined, having come this far, the following books with a pro-child, pro-freedom, pro-peace, anti-violence point of view could make Read More →

Newtown School Shooting

Newtown School Shooting It is really strange that, thanks to the circumstances of my life, I have become so disconnected from the world, living in my head and in one corner of the Internet (the book publishing part), that I heard the news Read More →

Father, Rebel, Dreamer

Father, Rebel, Dreamer by me alone, is the result of the three-author paperback, Fathers, Rebels, Dreamers. When that paperback book could no longer be shipped easily and cheaply, I decided to publish my own contributions to that book as a Read More →

Testimonials

The Revised Kama Sutra could be the story of your life . . . Its approach to sex is warm, sensitive and very, very funny.

- Business Standard

Indefatigable good humor transcends the personal to stand for the contradictions of India as a whole. Considerable charm.

- Publishers Weekly, USA

[Eaten by the Japanese is] a tale of unmitigated horror. A handsome tribute to a man of courage and rectitude.

- Khushwant Singh

I salute you as a full-fledged colleague. Yes, I am reading you and finding you very funny!

- Kurt Vonnegut

Absolutely spectacular . . .a hilarious novel, full of wit and glib language, with a whole lot of compassion thrown in.

- Afternoon Despatch & Courier