I often get the giggles during somber occasions.
The Last Moor's Sigh by Salmon Rushdie, The God of Small Things by Arundati Roy, JD Salinger, Dostoyevsky, Dante, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz, The History of Love by Nicole Krauss, everything Tom Robbins has ever written,.......
Hi Meg, thanks for favoriting my story, "Repair Man."
Thank you for your extremely kind comment on Never Been Down to Lonely Street. I hardly ever get comments on my stuff, so it means a LOT that you liked it. I have no niece to take under my wing, so it was fun making one up.
Thanks, Meg, for your lovely comments and faves on “Tattoos” and “Behind Blue Eyes.” Much appreciated!
Love your take on "Madness," Meg. Scary indeed! Thanks for you great comment.
Meg, thank you for the lovely comment on "The Color of Mangoes."
Meg - thanks for the comment on "I Like It". Cheers!
Yes to Tom Robbins of course. He can take anything already overdone--a sunset--and make it fresh again. Plus he's kind of a rascal. Welcome.
Welcome to Fictionaut, Meg! Glad you could join us!
it is wonderful to see you here!