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18 five on five star ratings out of 30.

Just a update on my ratings so far. Currently, there is 18 five on five star ratings for my 3 books out of 30. The books have done very well, and am glad that the ratings show that the books do offer a funny, and entertaining story.

Thanks to the readers!  Till next time..

I was under da influenza when I bought your product....

Johapat Ricapuke was a good man. He worked hard, for his income. He cared about his job, as he was the top shoe lace insert man at his shoe factory in Lisbon. He won shoe lace insert "person" of the year in the shoe lace olympics, and was a good beer drinker. There was nothing not to like about this shoe lace person.

But, then he began binge drinking at work. Sometimes he would tie knots in the shoes that were shipped out to the sports shops. Angry retailers would mail the company back, and protest... Eventually, warnings came to the shoe lace tie guru, from up above... Management told him to try to lay off of the booze a bit, but to most importantly stop tying knots in their high quality shoes.... Or they could lose sales, sponserships, and what not.. So in a daring threat, the cut his wages by 10 %.

10 %... Well, Johapat Ricapuke was stunned. So stunned, he talked to his lawyer, honest Ronest. Ronest told him "Listen, Johapat.. You just forget about your pay cut.. Yo…

Doctor Insano starts selling bottled water....

Doctor Insano was at his desk, figuring out how to make more money. Sure, he had lots of healthy patients, and that was not making him any richer at the moment, right now. The governments preventative health care, yoga, and heavy taxed calorie reduced beer was working...

But Doctor Insano, had a idea.. A bottled water plant.. He had the money, the intelligence, to get this operation going.. His wife, and his son who liked to play nintendo all day, could help him realize his dream of massive profits... And why not?

He then placed a submersible pump into his frog pond out back... Pumped it through a sock, to get rid of the green ting to the sour tasting water.. Eureka! He had done it..

He needed a nifty name to explain the sour, and smelly taste of the water... He needed a macho name for his water, in order to mask the smell and the sour taste.. He called it, Bear Pee H20. On the bottle, there was a slogan- It may make you jump a little higher, dance a little wilder, but its awesome, g…

What? Another 5 on 5 star rating....

Another 5 on 5 star rating for "The Supermarket Guy 3" humor book!  Sometimes ratings take many days to come through to Goodreads, as it can be found on the ratings review link...

This was once again, totally unexpected... I am thankful...

Till next time...

Another 5 on 5 star review from Goodreads.

I now have 6 - 5 on 5 star ratings, 3- 4 on 4 ratings, 1- 3 on 5 star ratings, and one - 1 on 5 star rating, for my book on Goodreads.

The last 5 on 5 star rating that I got just a little while ago, was a complete surprise. I had to look real hard to find the rating, but it was hidden there in the 5 on 5 star column. It tells me that the book is another strong arm to the series, and that it has outperformed my expectations thus far.

I am thankful for this, even though the sales have not been there. As it stands now,  it is R.I.P. for "The Supermarket Guy" series, and the hero, Harold Wannapus. He will not make it for a Part 4 series, as the Mozart Requiem plays on from Part 3. I will continue to post a few updates on here, but eventually, I may deconstruct this site come near December should things not improve.

I will always have my Goodreads presence, hopefully, and the books should always be available for sale, unless I would like them to become Antiquarian. I could haul …

A 4 star on 5 review from Goodreads...

Today, I garnered another 4 on 5 star rating, and review, from Goodreads.  A very good review, as this person admitted the story was indeed funny, and different.

Below is the link to the review. Just scroll down to the review section to see it, as this was probably the one of the best reviews of the book ever. This review is for Part 3, of The Supermarket Guy.

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18214250-the-supermarket-guy-iii

This is exactly how the book was exposed to connect with people,  which I have failed to do.  The ladies comment at first as to - "wtf am I reading? " ,  but in the end, she totally understood what she was reading.

It all came together at the end.. Yet there are so many themes to the book... That was not discussed in this review, either...  But, did a good job in conveying the message that the book is just pure fun, and zany.

Yep. That is how the world was exposed to  perceive the book as a total throw back to conventional literature, in a sense that i…