Adult Fiction, Humor

Class Mom by Laurie Gelman

Ages 18+

Jen Dixon has two college-aged daughters by two different fathers, and a son, Max, in kindergarten. She is his class mom, and she is all set to kick butt at it. Her snarky emails and wise-crack comebacks don’t make her popular with the other moms, but makes for a relatable mom and a character in general.  Class Mom is the first in this series about Jen and the gang, and it’s laugh-out-loud funny!  

Books, Humor, Nonfiction

Your Move: What Board Games Teach Us About Life by Joan Moriarty and Jonathan Kay

Ages 18+

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The back and forth of the two authors’ analysis of the assortment of games discussed in this book was delightful to read. Each had insight to offer – a lot with a bit of humor – as he or she explained how each game is played and what we as a society can learn from it. What a great book!

Thanks to for a review copy of this book.

Humor, Memoirs

In Such Good Company: Eleven Years of Laughter, Mayhem and Fun in the Sandbox by Carol Burnett

Ages 16+


The Carol Burnett Show is chronicled in this hilarious memoir by none other than Carol herself. She highlights her favorite scenes and those she worked with on set. Guest stars on the show included Lucille Ball, Bernadette Peters, Betty Grable and Rita Hayworth. I highly recommend this book to fans of Carol Burnett and her show!

Adult Fiction, Humor, Mystery, Series

Turbo Twenty-Three by Janet Evanovich

Ages 18+


Stephanie Plum works as a bounty hunter for her cousin Vinny’s bond enforcement agency. The latest skip is Larry Virgil, who was arrested for stealing an 18-wheeler full of bourbon. Stephanie and her honorary partner Lula catch Virgil in the act once again, but he gets away, leaving behind a freezer truck complete with Bogart’s ice cream and a dead body, which is frozen solid and topped with chocolate and pecans. Stephanie’s friend and occasional lover Ranger calls on her to go undercover to investigate the Bogart Factory. She takes on the assignment while also juggling her on-again, off-again boyfriend as well as keeping tabs on her pip of a grandma who has a new beau. The twenty-third Stephanie Plum novel is not to be missed!

Biography, Blogging For Books, Humor

The Book of Joan by Melissa Rivers

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Melissa Rivers does a fantastic job of portraying her mother’s wit and spunk in this hilarious biography. From insightful advice about dating to life rules to follow in general, Joan Rivers’s life and legacy are lovingly portrayed through the various stories told by her daughter. Joan was an unforgettable personality and she will no doubt be remembered for years and years to come.

Thanks to for a review copy of this book.

Humor, Memoirs

Funny In Farsi by Firoozeh Dumas

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From author Firoozeh Dumas comes a heartfelt, hilarious memoir of her life as an Iranian immigrant in America. The year is 1972, and seven-year-old Dumas has no knowledge of America other than what her father tells her from his graduate school years in the U.S. The book describes each of her quirky family members: her fashionable mother who never cared to master the English language, her uncle who curses the fast food industry of America, and  her father who became rich in Vegas only to lose his job afterward. Each story seems to be funnier than the last. I recommend this to anyone who loves learning about other cultures and appreciates a good laugh while doing so.

Adult Fiction, Humor, Mystery, Series

Top Secret Twenty One by Janet Evanovich

Ages 18+

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Stephanie Plum is a cool chick. She has a hamster named Rex. A cop boyfriend named Moretti. And a cousin named Vinnie. She normally works for said cousin as a bail bondsman, but this time she’s moonlighting for her friend Carlos Manoso, AKA Ranger. The FTA (failure to appear) is Jimmy Poletti, a used car salesman who sells cars full of contraband. Will Stephanie catch him before it’s too late? This book is Janet Evanovich’s twenty-first installment of the Stephanie Plum series. It’s not your average mystery because it’s funny and not always about gruesome murders…it’s about the chase. Evanovich never disappoints!