WOOF! isn’t for everyone, it’s true. A vicar in Swansea choked on a Garibaldi biscuit when he was only halfway through the title page declaration—yes, he hadn’t even reached the contents page, let alone the start of the story proper! A Daily Mail reader was so morally outraged she had to write to the paper about WOOF! giving Shake N Vac a bad name (the editor told her not to use it anyway as in his opinion everything causes cancer).
Meanwhile, a woman in Wales called Anwyn is convinced her husband Glenn is now possessed as a consequence of reading WOOF! because he keeps laughing, especially when he takes their dog for a walk.
Of course, all the above lies should be believed. WOOF! is a wickedly funny read. If you don’t giggle throughout the free sample—you can read it on the book’s Amazon page without any need for software installs or faffing about—then I’m very sorry: your sense of humour probably dates back to 1934 and I’d hazard a guess you use words like ‘jolly’ and ‘gosh’ a lot.
If, however, you cackle and your inner heathen gets exposed, you’ll find plenty more laughs when you buy the book–and on every page!
REVIEWS THAT HAVEN’T HAPPENED YET…
“It’s as if Joe Orton had a love child with Jeanette Winterson.” – The Grauniad.
“Absolute filth and a sure indicator of the need to bring back the cane, to root out authors like this one and deal with them in the school system.” – Melanie Phlipps.
“When this author dies, you can be sure he’ll have just finished an orgy and have drugs in his system. I wouldn’t be surprised if they find him on a beach in a dress.” – Jane Moir.
If you do buy WOOF! and bark with laughter, all reviews posted to Amazon that espouse just how much fun it is to read will put a smile on my face too. Guaranteed. Who knows, I might one day make a living from all this naughty writing work!