Sort by:
Filter by:

Found 5 works tagged 'Humour'.

Data?1533739174

$2.00

Fiction

K. V. Johansen

The Gallant Came Late

Published Aug 12, 2019 · 5,125 words (19 minutes)

Humor Historical Romance medieval Humour happily ever after (maybe)

I pinched the title from Sir Walter Scott, but this is of course another Danish ballad, one of the humorous ones. Three childhood friends, the old love triangle, a flooded river on the wedding day ...

$2.00

Data?1533739174

$2.00

Fiction

K. V. Johansen

Bold Ellensborg

Published Aug 12, 2019 · 4,234 words (16 minutes) · 1 view

Humor Historical Romance fairy tale medieval Humour Happily ever after?

Another humorous fairy tale based on a ballad from medieval Denmark. Bold Ellensborg, fed up with her beloved's failure to return from a trip to the Holy Land, crews a ship with her maidens and sets sail to fetch him home.

$2.00

Data?1541796973

Free

Post

Charlotte Platt

Demonic Carnival pre-order is now live!

Published Aug 12, 2019 · 71 words (1 minute) · 80 views

carnival Humour spooky anthologies pre-order demonic

A funny, scary, curious and vicious carnival anthology is on the way and you can pre-order in now!

Free

Demoniccarnival kindle cover
Data?1563983178

Free

Fiction

Paul Alex Gray

Genemech Announces Bio-Security Incident and Confirms Release of Giant Death Bees

Published Jul 24, 2019 · 717 words (3 minutes) · 102 views

Satire Science Fiction Comedy mad scientist Mad science Humour

A press release relating to the recent bio-security incident, authorized by Dr. Mackenzie Cooper, Chief Science Officer and Co-Founder Genemech.

Free

Genemech announces bio security incident and confirms release of giant death bees 249x300
Data?1560764819

$1.00

Fiction

Elizabeth Hopkinson

A Short History of the Dream Library

Published Jun 25, 2019 · 2,503 words (10 minutes) · 3 likes · 7 views

Fantasy dreams prizewinning Humour

Milton Bisset has had the same dream every night for twenty years. The trouble is, it isn’t actually Milton’s dream.  It is the property of the Ministry of Unusual Technology and they want it back. Winner of the James White Award 2005.

$1.00

Sydney was more than alive during the Vivid, a month when the whole city is lit up with lights, shows and food trucks everywhere. I stumbled upon this gelato truck and loved the colors and the retro design it featured so I sat down for a quick shot. I only had time for one shot and miraculously that one shot came out clean. I was lucky enough that the crowd walked behind me and all the workers were either behind or inside the van, one even blurred by the delayed exposure.. It’s not everyday you get luck like this in photography, it’s not everyday you get the cream of your dreams.