Gord Oxley

Biography

Update (September 2012): I just uploaded a second batch of sausages in short-story casing ("Fifty Shades of Tartan and Other Assorted Love Songs") to go with the first batch uploaded in March ("Tales of the Absurdid"). Very fun. Are they good? Oh hell, I don't know. But they're fun to do, and they're free.

I'm now a two-time e-writer, but not a two-timing one; I'm a luvva not a playa. Anyhoo, I'm based in Toronto, Canada (the apology capital of the world). Hopefully you'll find some of the intended funny stuff funny. The spaghetti theory is in play here - throw enough of it at a wall and some of it will stick.

Hobbies include semi-colons and jogging. Thanks for reading this far; gotta run.

Where to find Gord Oxley online

Twitter: heyitsgordo
Facebook: Facebook profile

Books

Fifty Shades of Tartan and Other Assorted Love Songs
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Price: Free! Words: 30,610. Language: English. Published: September 5, 2012. Category: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
Gord Oxley's second Voltroning of funnycrazy short stories is a smorgascopia exploring alternate universes, sandwiches, bad mayors, tennis balls to the head, the Mayan Calendar and so much more, all starting with Albert Einstein and ending with Morgan Freeman, as most things do! Fun to write, hopefully even more fun to read. If you like it, give it 5 stars! If not, then just 4. Thx & enjoy! :o)
Tales of the Absurdid
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Price: Free! Words: 21,080. Language: English. Published: March 3, 2012. Category: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
(4.75)
This is a wonderfully imperfect collection of some hopefully funny short stories by a first-time e-author. You will laugh, you will chuckle, you will roll your eyes, you will believe a monkey can type and give his stories away for free. And if you enjoyed this collection and wanted to post a short review about it, I certainly wouldn't stop you.

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Smashwords book reviews by Gord Oxley

  • Vampire Dogs: The Rise of Thrasher on March 22, 2012

    I loved this story. Very compelling, and it has some great concepts underpinning a very engaging tale. Also, I enjoyed the pint-sized protagonist with the heart of a lion. I can't wait to see where this goes next!