Georgi Abbott lives in the interior of British Columbia, Canada with her husband (Neil), their Min Pin dog (Neeka) and of course, Pickles the African Grey parrot.
They all enjoy the great outdoors and spend every spare moment working on their yard and wild bird habitat. They have a small trout pond, waterfall, vegetable gardens, fruit trees and Pickles has an outdoor aviary so that he can join everyone outside and talk to the neighbors.
Georgi takes Pickles out and around town, on walks and hikes around the lake, in his special birdie back pack cage. Pickles loves getting out like this and meeting new people but he especially loves embarrassing Georgi in public with his different noises and chatter.
Pickles is free to go in and out of his cage at all times, he goes for walks in a birdie backpack and accompanies Georgi at book signings and presentations. He has a very large vocabulary, he's a character and very entertaining.
Georgi has four books published in both paper book and ebook ...
- Pickles The Parrot: A Humorous Look at Life With an African Grey
- Pickles The Parrot Returns: My Continued Adventures With a Birdbrain
- Pickles The Parrot Speaks: On Life, The Universe, And Sesame Snaps
- Fifty Shades of African Grey: Pickles the Parrot Dominates Life
She also writes humorous short stories about Pickles for Good Bird Magazine and periodically writes articles on Nature and Conservation.
Where to find Georgi Abbott online
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Fifty Shades of African Grey: Pickles The Parrot Dominates Life
by Georgi Abbott
In Fifty Shades of Grey Pickles the Parrot does indeed dominate life. Owning parrots can be challenging and frustrating but Ms Abbott has a way of finding humor in her parrot’s behavior and giving us pause to think differently about our own feathered pets. This is her fourth book about Pickles and just like the others, you are guaranteed to laugh out loud at this parrot’s antics and personality.
Pickles The Parrot Speaks: On Life, The Universe, And Sesame Seed
by Georgi Abbott
Pickles The Parrot on the internet, what a riot! Each day, Pickles posts his witty and humorous thoughts on life from his parrot perspective. The day doesn't start for his fans until they've checked in for their morning chuckle- and it's best not to read with a mouth full of coffee! This uproariously funny book is a gem of a collection featuring the wisdom and humor of Pickles at his best.
Pickles The Parrot Returns: My Continued Adventures with a Bird Brain
by Georgi Abbott
Georgi Abbott has nailed it once again! Similar to her first book "Pickles The Parrot", but a more indepth look at the care and commitment parrots require. You'll laugh out loud at the situations that arise with Pickles and his human companions. In this book, the writer has also given Pickles a voice to muse about the world. Pickles is charming playing the role of philosopher and comedian.
Pickles The Parrot: A Humorous Look At Life With An African Grey
by Georgi Abbott
Everyday life with an African Grey Parrot seen through the humorous and often twisted mind of his owner, Georgi. Her interesting perspectives on animal intellect and unique insights into nature take the reader on a thought provoking, entertaining and often hilarious ride. The star of the book, Pickles, takes his adventures in stride with wit and charm.
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Smashwords book reviews by Georgi Abbott
- The Trials of Huckleberry Finn: Adventures with Sam Clemens
on April 06, 2011
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. As a fan of Mark Twain and a descendent of Sam Clemens, I really got caught up in this book. Mr Hoopes tells a very clever and humorous story and leaves me wanting more.
- KISSINg FREUd
on April 28, 2011
Wow. I don't even know where to start. I had a difficult time in the beginning because it seemed as if a psychotherapist was writing this and much of the terminology was over my head, and so much of it that I found myself skimming. But my confusion, and even my boredom, soon turned to fascination. I became completely absorbed with the story, stopped skimming and even learned a thing or two. I thought the writing was brilliant, the story infactuating and really got caught up with the main character, Nate. There were some extraordinary characters along the way and Nate's stay in the hospital and 'mental ward' (if that is politically correct) was both alarming and amusing - some pretty witty stuff there. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I'm hoping for more.
- Boob Tube (a Soap Opera Novel)
on June 02, 2011
Books like this aren't usually my cup of tea but i found myself really enjoying it. I don't watch soap operas yet i found it fascinating to read about what goes on behind the scenes. As i understand, Lesleyanne was a soap opera reporter so she would certainly know. Very enjoyable read.
- Ziggy Two Step - Courier Extraordinaire
on Sep. 19, 2011
Lol! Poor Ziggy. This is a great little story and very well written. Love the cover pic.
- A Grave Too Small
on Oct. 16, 2012
A nice light read and it was interesting to read about areas i'm familiar with as i grew up in the Vancouver area.
- The Prophecy
on Oct. 16, 2012
I don't usually read books like this but I'm glad I did because i thoroughly enjoyed it.
- Flowers From A Different Summer
on Oct. 16, 2012
Brilliant! Absolutely brilliant! Extremely well written, awesome twists and turns and hard to put down. I will definitely be reading more of this author's books.
- Taking Off
on May 24, 2013
Ty, you have quite the way with words and story telling. I truly enjoyed reading about your travel adventures and chuckled out loud often. Cleverly writing and great read. I see you are a Clemens and it seems apparent in your writing that you must be related to Mark Twain. I am also a Clemens (maiden name)and am a great, great, great (lost count of how many greats) niece of his. Feel free to contact me if you like and please, keep up the writing.
- SWEAT: Global Warming in a Small Town & other tales of The Great American Westerly Midwest
on Aug. 03, 2013
What a clever and amusing story. I live in a small town just like this and sure can relate. If you're looking for a short and entertaining read, this is it!
- Voices and Visions: A Spiritual Journey to God
on Sep. 21, 2013
Ms Yuille’s writing flowed and I found myself absorbed in her life story from the very first page. I am not a religious person but I loved following her thought processes as she bared her soul in her struggle to accept a new and strange (to her) spiritual life. I had a few chuckles and I shed a few tears. I only read in bed at night before going to sleep but I found myself thinking about Ms Yuille’s book all through the day and anticipating bedtime. This is a lovely book, you won’t be disappointed.
- The Saga of Peabody and Other True Life Adventures
on Feb. 07, 2014
I loved this book and all the little nature stories. If you love wildlife and nature, you'll totally enjoy reading this. I can certainly relate to their way of life and, like her, i (and husband) have spent so much time observing animal life around me - right down to the individual personalities of rainbow trout and fun loving dragonflies. Her stories are heartwarming and even educational. A must read. (You should consider updating your Facebook page now and then, Sherry.)
- Bia's War
on Dec. 29, 2014
Bia is living with her caretaker who is also her daughter, and is basically bedridden, and possibly losing her mind in her old age. She feels the need to tell her life story before she dies and finds an audience in her granddaughter, who sits for hours at a time, listening to her family history unfold. In between story time, life goes on around the house and the family is ruled by a selfish, greedy, controlling woman who seems to begrudge any happiness in the home. Both stories are well told as we weave between then and now. Characters take shape, secrets are revealed and we get a glimpse of life during the Great War. I really enjoyed this book and found it flowed really nicely with both the story and the writing of it.
- Heywood Fetcher
on March 03, 2015
An amusing, easy read. I especially enjoyed the boyhood stories. Very good writing and storytelling. Would definitely read more of W.H. Harrod.
- Poetic Justice
on March 13, 2015
Walter, the main character in Poetic Justice, is an abusive but clever man. He can be almost, but not quite, likeable at times. In fact, i was mortified at times to find myself favoring him over another character or two, and practically cheering him on in his murderous behavior. I really like the way the author’s words flow through the pages and the way she keeps your mind on the story at hand. There’s no clumsy wording or mistakes to distract you and she keeps you intrigued with a really interesting story line and solid characters. I have read two of her books now and find her to be an exceptional writer. Looking forward to her next book, for sure.
- Streams Of Yesterday
on April 04, 2015
Will Clayton thinks of himself as a nomad and tries to leave a small town after doing some seasonal work but is talked into staying to manage and turn around a failing diner. Other people in town also start approaching him for help in other matters so Will reluctantly gets involved and eventually starts to think that maybe he could settle down in a place like this. There is some good humour, clever writing and interesting political views all wrapped up into a great story. I really like this writer.