CHANNILLO
What a Life! What a Day!
By Curtis Bausse

Series Description:

How does Mona Lisa spend her day? What does Mr. Plod have for breakfast? What does the Man in the Moon think of us here on earth? Find out in What a Life! What a Day! A spoof of the UK's Sunday Times series, A Life in the Day, WaLWaD asks famous mythical, literary or biblical figures, or even objects or concepts, to describe a typical day. Humorous, irreverent, instructive, or just plain wacky, WalWaD will have you thinking outside the box even as you chuckle. Every Monday, starting 1st June.

Category/Genre(s): , Humor, Essays/Columns
Updated: Weekly
Status: Completed



Author Bio For Curtis Bausse:

I grew up in Wales, was educated in England and have spent most of my life in France. When the restaurant-café-theatre I ran there got demolished, I had to find something to do so became a university lecturer. I specialised in Second Language Acquisition, explaining to all and sundry how to learn a  second language whilst spectacularly failing to do so myself (apart from  French, obviously). I recently returned from two years in Mayotte (don't worry, no one else knows either), where I devoted most (OK, all) of my time to writing. One  Green Bottle, the first in the Magali Rousseau mystery series, is set in Provence, and can be downloaded free from curtisbaussebooks.com. 

The proceeds from WaLWaD! will go to the Against Malaria Foundation.







Series Description:

How does Mona Lisa spend her day? What does Mr. Plod have for breakfast? What does the Man in the Moon think of us here on earth? Find out in What a Life! What a Day! A spoof of the UK's Sunday Times series, A Life in the Day, WaLWaD asks famous mythical, literary or biblical figures, or even objects or concepts, to describe a typical day. Humorous, irreverent, instructive, or just plain wacky, WalWaD will have you thinking outside the box even as you chuckle. Every Monday, starting 1st June.

Category/Genre(s): , Humor, Essays/Columns
Updated: Weekly
Status: Completed


Author Bio For Curtis Bausse:

I grew up in Wales, was educated in England and have spent most of my life in France. When the restaurant-café-theatre I ran there got demolished, I had to find something to do so became a university lecturer. I specialised in Second Language Acquisition, explaining to all and sundry how to learn a  second language whilst spectacularly failing to do so myself (apart from  French, obviously). I recently returned from two years in Mayotte (don't worry, no one else knows either), where I devoted most (OK, all) of my time to writing. One  Green Bottle, the first in the Magali Rousseau mystery series, is set in Provence, and can be downloaded free from curtisbaussebooks.com. 

The proceeds from WaLWaD! will go to the Against Malaria Foundation.