Goodreads Giveaway – Problem Child

Problem Child cover art humor book about an ADHD childhood written by Robb Lightfoot

Check out Goodreads to have a chance at your personalized copy of Problem Child – The View From The Principal’s Office. The contest runs from May 7 to June 15th, and 25 paperbacks are up for grabs.

This book is a collection of 25 tall tales of a hyperactive childhood. You’ll learn why school is NOT like a game show where the person who rings in first wins, and you’ll get a quick nine-step tutorial on how to wiggle out of trouble when caught red-handed.

Many of these tales happened exactly as described (spoiler alert – when a semi-clad woman breaks a yardstick over your head, it hurts), others are a compilation of pranks and shenanigans that have grown to epic proportions in the retelling of the Lightfoot family narrative.

And yes, there’s a whopper or two in there. Email the author at [email protected] and he can give you a truthiness rating.

If you miss getting a free copy, you can still get an ebook or paperback at Amazon, Smashwords, Kobo,  Barnes and Noble or an independent bookseller near you. – We’ve Moved - funny picture of a snail

Humor Relocation – A Slow Process Indeed

Just a quick heads-up from to let you know I’ve moved the domain over to another server and tucked the online classrooms into cyber-crawlspace. 🙂

The content off the old site is being polished and ported over here. So, some of the posts may seem a bit dated at first, and I’ll label these “the best of” or “redux” so you know that you haven’t entered a six-year-old time warp.

I’m reworking my approach, and in addition to book reviews and writing tips, I plan on offering interviews, guest posts, and (soon) pod-casting. I think you’ll like these changes. Please let me know.

The newsletter will contain more contributors and feature their work. Look for “The Best Of” funny stories, business tips on landing gigs and pitching your articles. So, I encourage you to join the ranks of the humor pros or rabid fans by signing up. It’s 100% spam-free.

It takes time to get all the bells and whistles up and running, so you can expect to see more robust features over the next few weeks, and if you have a favorite comic, humorist or funny screenwriter, even if it is yourself, please let me know.

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