Les Pages aux Folles
Les Pages aux Folles Books
I should probably say something about What Were Once Miracles Are Now Children's Toys, the third Les Pages aux Folles volume in print. But, really, you've got the Alternate Reality News Service and big floating heads. What more do you need to know to be convinced to buy it?
The publication of my first book was so successful (it didn't cause an international economic collapse...much...) that I have decided to publish another one! Alternate Reality Ain't What It Used To Be is the first collection of articles from the Alternate Reality News Service. Part science fiction, part political satire freakout, all comedy, Alternate Reality Ain't What It Used To Be is the book Douglas Adams would have written if he hadn't been so concerned with minor things like character...and plot...and coherence...
And, the best part is, it is available in both hardcover and paperback editions! Book snobs rejoice!
Alternate Reality Ain't What It Used To Be is available from Indigo/Chapters. Go to the site, order the book and wonder at the marvels...of science!
If you have any culinary qualms about giving your hard earned simoleons to a - *shudder* - Canadian company, hooray for Amazon.com! If you're not thrilled about feeding the online bookselling octopus, consider buying the book from Barnes and Noble!
Or, better yet, buy a copy from all three sources! My publisher, iUniverse thanks you.
Time was when people said you couldn't take your computer to the beach. Okay, with laptops, PDAs and cellphones, now you can take a computer to the beach. However, if you doze off because of the hot sun and accidentally let your electronic device drop onto the sand just as the tide is coming in, well, I'm sure you can see the problem. Of course, the same thing can happen with a paperback, but, considering how little you paid for it, you won't care.
That's the magic of books.
To touch this magic (and increase my readership, which is a magical thing of a different kind) I have published No Public Figure Too Big, No Personal Foible Too Small, book nine of Les Pages aux Folles, in trade paperback! (That's the big kind of paperback.) It contains all of the comedy goodness you've come to expect, with none of the messy pixels!
No Public Figure Too Big, No Personal Foible Too Small is available, at no personal risk but at great discount, from Indigo/Chapters. Sniff -- my little book is growing up!
For my one and three quarters American readers, No Public Figure Too Big, No Personal Foible Too Small is now available at Amazon.com. And, for my seven seventeenths of a South African reader, the book is now available at Loot.co.za. Wow. They grow up really fast, don't they?
Welcome, Science Fiction Fans!
What Were Once Miracles Are Now Children's Toys, Luna for the Lunies!, The Street Finds its Own Uses for Mutant Technologies and The Alternate Reality News Service's Guide to Love, Sex and Robots in the Archive Section, as well as a new Alternate Reality News story every week in the New Section. They are clearly marked [ARNS] for easy identification. And, please feel to browse through the other writing, cartoons and miscellaneous oddments - you never know what you might enjoy!
Welcome Back My Friednishes To The Show That Never EdnishesI now have a Facebook author/fan/whatever you want to call it page: Ira Nayman's Thrishty Friednishes. Go, look around, like it if you feel so inclined and feel free to leave a comment. I have only just started it, so it may be a little sparse at the moment, but I will add content based on what people post they would like to see. Within reason.
Would you be interested in immortality?
technology and anything except love and sex. It's a thing with him. Don't ask. ARNS is now soliciting questions for these advice columns from readers. That means you! If, after reading any of the columns, you are inspired to write a question of your own, please submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org! (Without the exclamation mark, because that would just be rude.) If your question is selected, your name and a link to your Web site will be posted on this Web site, which, at almost 14 years old, may not exactly be immortal, but is pretty darned long-lived. So, okay, maybe we oversold it a bit. But, what the heck? Have fun with it. We look forward to reading your questions!