Tag: books

Show Off Reading Book On Park Bench

IN WHAT IS being described as a flagrant and brazen attempt to show off, one Dublin based man has been spotted in full view of the public looking all intellectual while reading a book on a park bench, much to the disgust of passersby. His fingers loudly caressing the edge of a page before nonchalantly… Read more »

5 Musts When Writing Your First Book

SO, you’ve finally decided that the world simply cannot go on any longer without you four-part science-fiction romance epic set in a dystopian near future, kind of a steampunk Othello with shades of The Hobbit, part hunger Games, part Fifty Shades, all awesome. That’s great. A Pulitzer awaits. But first, you have to write the… Read more »

Local Man Rereads Chapter In Book For 2nd Time After Mind Wanders Off

DESPITE getting three pages in, Waterford man Patrick Lyons was forced to restart the chapter in his latest book reading endeavour after his mind just wandered off of its own accord, WWN can confirm. Rereading the words he had already apparently read, but somehow failed to process, the 34-year-old restarted chapter 4 in another attempt, this time vowing to concentrate… Read more »

Humble Publication Announces Release Of Greatest Book Of All Time

LOCAL groundbreaking news service Waterford Whispers News has spoken exclusively to itself for the first time following the release of what it’s humbly calling the ‘greatest book of all time’. The title of ‘greatest book of all time’ more recently belonged to the 2011 Daniel O’Donnell calendar, but that masterpiece has finally been usurped. Containing, words,… Read more »

Church Hires JK Rowling To Rewrite The Bible

The latest PR coup for Pope Francis has seen him hire famous and revered children’s author JK Rowling to rewrite the Bible. It is hoped the author, most famous for her Harry Potter series, can make it more accessible and believable for a new generation of Catholics and Christians. While the specifics of the rewrite… Read more »

Lack Of ‘Sexy’ Irish Words Hindering Erotic Novelist

Minister for Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht Jimmy Deenihan has come under intense criticism from the country’s leading Irish language erotic novelist, Niamh O’Moore. Miss O’Moore whose books have set the Irish speaking percentage of the populations’ hearts racing believes the minister needs to support the growing area of Irish literature known affectionately as ‘Clit Lit’…. Read more »