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When Humor Pays off #Wormhole

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Part of being a humorist is in seeing the funny in any situation. In my novel, I Left My Brains in San Francisco, I used the old Nigerian Scam email to inspire an unimpressive college student to become one of the greatest environmental terrorists of the 2040s. In my day job, I write serious reviews of products for Top Ten Reviews, but that doesn’t mean I don’t apply my humor elsewhere.

Last month, I got a spam email to my work address. The “gentleman” in question, in impeccably polite, broken English, informed me he’d seen my professional profile and thought I was the most beautiful woman I’d ever seen, and that he was “in need of woman.” I sent it to my managing editor with the note, “Should I tell him to go through the Requests Department?” The letter and my reply made it to our team meeting, along with the possible profile of the person who sent it. If he’s not a terrorist, he’s definitely into the paramilitary scene. My editor joking suggested exchanging photos would probably be a bad idea.

I protested, “But I was going to email him about how excited I was to meet in person, if he’d only send me his bank account information…”

Later that day, I got a $15 bonus for my quick wit. Yes, I am quite possibly the only person in the history of the Internet to make money off receiving a spam proposition.

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I Left My Brains in San Francisco

The second Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator book, in audio

Author Karina Fabian; narrator Becky Parker; publisher, Damnation Books

Buy the audio!


About the book:

Zombie problem? Call Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator–but not this weekend.

On vacation at an exterminator’s convention, she’s looking to relax, have fun, and enjoy a little romance. Too bad the zombies have a different idea. When they rise from their watery graves to take over the City by the Bay, it looks like it’ll be a working vacation after all.

Enjoy the thrill of re-kill with Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator.

About the author and narrator:

karinachainsaw2Karina Fabian is an award-winning fantasy, science fiction author writes comedic horror that will make you die laughing and come back for more.  Check out her latest at

Becky Parker Geist owns Pro Audio Voices, serving clients internationally with exceptional voiceover for audiobooks, advertising & animation. She loves creating audiobooks with sound effects! Married with 3 adult daughters, Becky lives in San Francisco and New York, working Off Broadway regularly.081315_BeckyParkerGeist-7530lowres-Version-2-240x300

I’d like to thank Karina (and Becky) for stopping by the wormhole today to talk about humor. Love that you got money for getting spam! What’s the best thing that happened to you from getting spam? Or is there only a worst?

I love comments so much that I pick a favorite to receive my monthly AnaBanana gift basket ($25 value).  Recipient is announced the first blog post of the new month.

Perilously yours,


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