Smiles and Chuckles


Smiles and Chuckles

We're a group of people who love a good read that makes us laugh out loud or chuckle to ourselves. Brighten our day by posting your ARC offers, happy book reviews, giveaways, and web addresses here.

Location: USA
Members: 64
Latest Activity: Jul 10

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LOST IN THE HIVE (humor) for review

Started by Brian O'Mara-Croft Mar 14, 2011.

Looking for books to review

Started by Samantha Roy Feb 27, 2011.

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Comment by Mary Strain on June 24, 2015 at 12:01am

If you like office humor -- or just to LOL -- check out my new ebook, "Welcome to Acme." It's a collection of 14 short stories about the world's most dysfunctional workplace. It's easy to read and perfect for a quick laugh during your morning commute, lunch break, or in between classes. Add it to your Goodreads "To read" list - it's going on sale July 16-23!

Comment by Tony Leslie Duxbury on June 1, 2015 at 11:03am
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Interesting time traveler! 30 de abril de 2015
Formato:Versión Kindle|Compra verificada
The Adventures of JoJo Smith is an interesting tale of a 'very' English Englishman who suddenly finds himself transported back into the middle ages. The writing is very descriptive and the story unusual enough to keep you turning the pages. I also found several of the characters to be quite endearing, a good read.

Comment by David Chuka on March 20, 2013 at 9:54am

Hello. My latest book Billy and Monster: The Superhero with Fart Powers is free to download over the next 2 days - March 20th - March 21st. Please show some love with your likes, shares and reviews. Thanks for all your support.

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Comment by Jody on February 13, 2013 at 6:13am



We Are Still Hopping If You Would Like To Come Over And Join Us :-)

Comment by David Chuka on February 6, 2013 at 8:15am

hi My book Billy and the Monster who Loved to Fart is free to download today on kindle or your kindle app. I can 99.9% guarantee it'll bring a smile to your face. Please leave a review if you like it. Thanks

Comment by Deborah Warner on February 3, 2013 at 9:21pm

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Comment by Fuentes on December 21, 2012 at 3:51pm


An original love story. Amazing, moving, touching without being incredible, it's a nice breath of fresh air!
I was touched by all the flaws and weaknesses of these exquisite characters together with the very just vision of our society pictured despite the fact that we are in a fiction. 
This book has captivated my attention, has made me smile and made me laugh!


Comment by Fuentes on August 19, 2012 at 3:57am


A robust and spicy flavored story that changed from the one the reader are used to browse this past years. 
Sure there is some paranormal creatures but the context seems real and believable. 
In this book, there's action, fightings mostly diluted between the verbal sparring matches from the different characters that are very, very funny.
A real treat!


Comment by Fuentes on May 17, 2012 at 12:49pm


In reading the synopsis, I was intrigued by the policy of Louis Comfort Tiffany not to employ married women. That's what made me grabe the book. I was also attracted to the idea of learning more about Tiffany and the beginning of Art Nouveau current.

Since starting this book, I knew the lamps from Tiffany but the name itself was more synonymous of luxurious gems and jewelry than windows or enamel creations. So it was very instructive to dive into a novel that opens a window to the sublime New York of the late 19th century, the passage of oil lamps to electricity, the access to workshops and workers behind the scenes of luxury. The reader is reminding also of the conditions of women's work at this period. You learn a lot about beauty and art too.

A story based on real events which you may end up reading with a lump in your throat. A beautiful novel.


Comment by Fuentes on April 23, 2012 at 3:02pm


First, I was drawn to the pretty cool and retro cover then I tried to unravel the mystery of Chloe's world... A novel where one approaches the problem of changes that occure passing the adolescence gap to adulthood. Some are more brutal than others and they are children growing up faster especially if they are witnesses of hard events or if they are deprived of their innocence to assume adult responsibilities too soon. The injustice of life and of the cards that are distributed differently to everyone. I also liked the positive energy of the heroine who does not let herself get depressed, demoralized too long. Chloe positive attitude energizes her surroundings !



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