Something to Read on the Plane

By Jan Hurst-Nicholson

Comedy & satire, Short stories | Paperback, eBook


And for your in-flight entertainment – A Bit of Light Literature, Short Stories & Other Fun Stuff. It’s a light-hearted variety of humorous articles, short stories ranging from hypochondria to murder, plus a quiz, agony aunt column, limericks and a collection of malapropisms to keep you amused and divert you from the tedium of flying. “This muesli must be old. It’s got weasels in it.” A great book to keep with you whilst travelling, and a perfect gift (suitable for both men and women) for someone who is going on a trip. REVIEWS "Should be compulsory reading to keep incorrigible chatterers quiet" - Frequent Flyer. "Could also be used to ram down their throats" - Flight Attendant. "The stories about me are hugely exaggerated" - Author's Spouse. "Shredded drafts of this book line my litter tray. Royalties from this book will go towards proper deodorized litter and reduce complaints about the smell" - Family Cat "What a relief that will be" - Family Dog.


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And for your in-flight entertainment – A Bit of Light Literature, Short Stories & Other Fun Stuff. It’s a light-hearted variety of humorous articles, short stories ranging from hypochondria to murder, plus a quiz, agony aunt column, limericks and a collection of malapropisms to keep you amused and divert you from the tedium of flying. “This muesli must be old. It’s got weasels in it.” A great book to keep with you whilst travelling, and a perfect gift (suitable for both men and women) for someone who is going on a trip. REVIEWS "Should be compulsory reading to keep incorrigible chatterers quiet" - Frequent Flyer. "Could also be used to ram down their throats" - Flight Attendant. "The stories about me are hugely exaggerated" - Author's Spouse. "Shredded drafts of this b...


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Jan Hurst-Nicholson has written for South African magazines for several years, much of it compiled into ‘Something to Read on the Plane’. Her humorous novel on adapting from Liverpool to Durban, ‘But Can You Drink The Water?’ has been joined by award-winning ‘Leon Chameleon: PI’ children's books, YA ‘Mystery At Ocean Drive’, and the family saga ‘The Breadwinners’, as well as ‘With the Headmaster’s Approval’ and many other books from Penguin and Cambridge University Press. Jan's writing also appears in Edge Words (stories from the Cheshire Prize for Literature), Chicken Soup, and Summer Shorts. She lives in Durban with two dogs that are forever on the wrong side of the door, an elderly cat, and the occasional visiting troop of boisterous vervet monkeys. See more about Jan and her many books at www.just4kix.jimdo.com.


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Jan Hurst-Nicholson has written for South African magazines for several years, much of it compiled into ‘Something to Read on the Plane’. Her humorous novel on adapting from Liverpool to Durban, ‘But Can You Drink The Water?’ has been joined by award-winning ‘Leon Chameleon: PI’ children's books, YA ‘Mystery At Ocean Drive’, and the family saga ‘The Breadwinners’, as well as ‘With the Headmaste...


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Bill Dobbs

Bill Dobbs

8 June at 21:49

Have just bought the book, am looking forward to reading it.
Bill

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