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J. Scott Savage and Roger Rabbit

 

Maybe it’s because I’m a girl (girls giggle a lot, you know), maybe it’s because I’m easy (to make laugh! you sick people!), but J. Scott Savage cracks me up. And all I could think about the whole time was:

Eddie Valiant: Seriously, what do you see in that guy?
Jessica Rabbit: He makes me laugh.

After talking about breaking into my own house and wondering whether I should give me renter his $200 deposit back, J. Scott Savage (let’s just call him Scott, m’kay?) left a comment saying, “I’d drop by a local bar of ill repute and ask a couple of shady characters what the going rate is for a B&E. If it’s over $200 don’t return the deposit.” This cracked me up in the belly-laugh kinda way. My witty repartee was along the lines of “ROFL! Haha…if the going rate for a B&E is over $200, then I’m quitting my day job.” Scott quickly replied with, “You might not have to quit right away. I’m assuming breaking and entering is more of a night gig.” (I think it’s pretty clear who’s better at the witty repartee.)

I know that this isn’t as funny the second time around, but there’s something about someone who makes you laugh that endears you to them (Hi, Raych!). I was instantly enamoured. And when I told him so and told him that my post would probably be along the lines of: “This is what he said, isn’t it funny, go read his blog and buy his book,” he said that was fine and cheerleaders are a-okay in his book! So here I am cheerleading, pom poms and all (Hi, Scott! 😉 ).

Anywho, J. Scott Savage is an author who blogs over at Find Your Magic. He’s written a few books, Dead on Arrival and House of Secrets: A Shandra Covington Mystery are two of them, but he’s now started the first in a five book YA fantasy series called Farworld. This is his first YA book and his first fantasy series.

To kick off his blog tour, he’s offering bloggers a special deal: post about his blog tour, and you get an ARC (that you agree to review on your blog) and he wants to do a Q&A with you and you get a book to giveaway. You can find out more details here.

I am totally jumping on this gravy train (could I call it a magic train?). Scott…I seriously hope your book is awesome. ‘Cause little did you know that by making me laugh, my expectations for how awesome your book will be has skyrocketed. I think people who are funny tend to have a more natural way with words, and I’m just waiting for Scott to prove me right.

I’ll leave you with this last quote from Who Framed Roger Rabbit (Vista Series):

Roger Rabbit: That’s right! A laugh can be a very powerful thing. Why, sometimes in life, it’s the only weapon we have.

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5 Responses to “J. Scott Savage and Roger Rabbit”

  1. Suey

    He makes me laught too, and I’m really looking forward to reading, reviewing and blogging about his book also. Fun fun!

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  2. melanie

    looks like fun. maybe i’ll have my oldest boy review? btw – you won a consolation prize in my bafab giveaway – after one boy chose a name out of the box, the other two picked names also 🙂
    have a good one.
    mel

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  3. raych

    You’re my favorite.

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  4. lisamm

    He is really funny, and so are you, girly!!!!

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  5. J Scott Savage

    Well when you have a face like a lopsided pumpkin and wrists that make pencils look thick, you start working on a sense of humor by about, say, the second grade. Either that or you learn to wield a mean lunch box. After breaking several of those stupid thermoses (or is it thermosi?) my mom made me go to school with brown bags instead. So humor it was. (Guys, this also works well if you are a lousy dancer.)

    Thanks for joining the tour, and Melanie, definitely have your son review it.

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