Friday, February 18, 2011

Meet My Dastardly and Bumbling Trio

"The Misadventures of Sister Mary Olga Fortitude" (Now in Kindle) $3.99 (Purchase Here)
"Babes In Bucksnort" (Now in Kindle) $3.99 (Purchase Here)

Take a hilarious trip in my book, Babes in Bucksnort, and you'll meet a dastardly trio who are out to stamp out what they call perversion among people who are different from themselves. Aren't all of us, after all! Life would be boring if we were all the same. Tell that to Priscilla Bunhead, Lilliliver Lipstick, and the Reverend Billy-Bob Blunthead and his Born Again or Burn Forever Disciples for Jesus.

Priscilla Bunhead is a shrewish prude who is always digging up dirt on her fellow residents on Dinkledorf Drive in the fictional town of Bucksnort, Wisconsin. She's an old maid who wears her stringy hair in a tight little bun at the back of her head. It's so tight that she has no room whatsoever to open her closed little mind.

She convinces her timid neighbor, Lilliliver Lipstick, to follow in her self-righteous ways. Lilliliver is a prime candidate. She is someone who likes to have somebody else do her thinking for her. Lilliliver is a pale-faced, dishwater blond who adopts the same unbecoming hair fashion as Priscilla. Lillilver paints her pasty cheeks with circles of rouge and she wears bright red lipstick. Not only does she look like a clown, she acts like one too.

As soon as Priscilla discovers that several of her neighbors are gay, she calls upon the arch conservative Billy-Bob to begin a crusade to drive out gay people from the Snortlands. Fortunately, and with great humor, their campaign turns into a big farce.

Billy-Bob and his wife, Pinky Poo, are masters of grand theater. With her blazing fuschia hair, Pinky Poo stands on the sidelines and wails a stream of tears as Billy-Bob seeks to instill the fear of God in his faithful followers. They are other lost lambs, looking for someone to help them sort out right from wrong. Unfortunately for them, they are sheep following a wolf in sheep's clothing.

My bourbon-swilling nun, Sister Mary Olga Fortitude, rallies support for her gay friends. Going against her Reverend Mother's instructions, she takes a stand for the righteous. It will be an uphill battle, but good triumphs over the bumbling and dastardly trio in the end.

Along the way, you'll meet a host of colorful characters and outrageously zany situations that will tickle your funny bone. This book is a satirical farce for people who love to laugh. Climb on the joy wagon and get ready for the fun.

Both of the novels are also available in paperback also at
You can now even send Kindles as gifts to anyone that has an email!

Hope you all enjoy and let me know what you think about my books.

Author Davis Aujourd

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