‘Tis the season… Oh, good heavens — not again! Parties, relations, gift giving — can you feel your face beginning to ache from the effort of smiling so much? Wouldn’t you rather be DULL? I know I’d certainly prefer a quiet corner with a book. HOW TO BE DULL makes an excellent present for thoseContinue reading “Make Your Holiday DULL”
Are you looking at the holidays with a jaundiced eye? Not looking forward to discussions about that vote? Are there relatives you’d rather gnaw an arm off than speak to for any length of time? Be dull. By which of course I mean buy my book and become an expert in the art of Dullness.Continue reading “Holiday Blues? Be Dull!”
A lovely review from the .com side of Amazon (most of the reviews so far have been from the UK). And people are always trying to tell me Americans don’t understand irony. I think now more than ever the Yanks would enjoy a little dullness. Click to buy!
The tome is now available in that newfangled form, an “Electronic Book” or as they foppishly say, ebook. As I understand it it works much like television for the aim enormous cameras at the original book and turn it into tiny dots which are then shot at your computer device until it fills up withContinue reading “How to Be Dull: Now an Ebook”
The Dull Revolution continues apace — all right, a slow pace, but that’s just what it ought to be. No need to hurry. There’s always time to be dull. Thank you, perspicacious pal, for taking the time to leave a review. I raise my glass to you!
Tallulah [Bankhead] never bored anyone, and I consider that humanitarianism of a very high order indeed. ~ Anita Loos This sharp-witted woman was quite a peach, too. A born raconteur, best known for Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, she spent many years as a successful scriptwriter from the silent era through Hollywood’s heyday, with a penchant forContinue reading “Loos: Dull”