Christine Vineyard’s New Book, ‘Good Jokes Bad Drawings’, Is a Humorous Read That Brings in the Fun and Joy Despite the Complexities of Life

Fulton Books author Christine Vineyard, a visual artist, art teacher, and an aggressive traveler, has completed her most recent book, “Good Jokes Bad Drawings”: an amusing anthology of jokes, banters, and musings weaved into pages and illustrations that ultimately build to a good laugh at any time of the day.
Christine writes, “We all need a little humor in our lives, right? Something to smile about, a chuckle shared among friends, and even those uncontrollable laughs that build up deep in your belly and spill out until you’ve got tears. As a self-proclaimed lover of all things cheesy, I bring you Good Jokes Bad Drawings, a collection of ‘dad jokes’ and puns paired with whimsical watercolor illustrations. As you peruse the pages, you may start to think that the book’s title isn’t quite right and maybe the author/illustrator and editors made a mistake. ‘Shouldn’t it be Bad Jokes Good Drawings?’ you may ask. Welcome to a world where everything is a joke, right down to the title. The jokes, in fact, are quite terrible, but the illustrations are meant to be endearing. Enjoy this illustrated display of humor featuring some classic favorites and (hopefully!) some new ones for you to try out at the next dinner party.”
Published by Fulton Books, Christine Vineyard’s book is a comical creation full of humor for readers of all ages to embrace the beauty of life through laughter.
Readers who wish to experience this wonderful work can purchase “Good Jokes Bad Drawings” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes &  Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books