Tim Boyle


With a unique world perspective, a head filled with strange opinions, and a dark sarcasm in everything he does Tim Boyle is must read. In the summer of 2012 he published his first book, a humorous fictional tale titled "Satan: Little League Superstar" about Satan joining a little league baseball team.

In November of 2012 he published his second book, a short diary based story about a man's outlandish battle with mother nature during Hurricane Sandy called "Surviving Sandy: A Battle Against That Deadly Whore Mother Nature."

So far in 2013 he has added to his collection "Silence: My Worst Stand-Up Comedy Performances and Experiences." Unlike the previous two published works, this is autobiographical. Tim recounts his days as a stand-up comedian and as the title suggests, he covers some of the most cringe worthy moments he during his stint in the business.

In addition to writing books, Tim Boyle is an aspiring screenwriter. Since 2011 he has been writing a [mostly] humor blog which can be found at http://mooselicker.wordpress.com

Stay tuned for more works from Tim Boyle in the coming months.

Where to find Tim Boyle online


Silence: My Worst Stand-Up Comedy Performances and Experiences
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 27,420. Language: English. Published: April 19, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Personal memoir, Nonfiction » Entertainment » Humor & satire
Silence: My Worst Stand-Up Comedy Performances and Experiences chronicles Tim Boyle's most cringe worthy stories about the times when things in his comedy career didn't go as planned. Honest, mean-spirited, and sometimes embarrassingly sad, this collection of stories is about one man's failed attempt at bringing joy to the world through laughter. Who said the pain of others can’t be funny?
How to Write an Awesome Blog
Price: Free! Words: 33,000. Language: English. Published: February 26, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Computers & Internet » Blogging, Nonfiction » Entertainment » Humor & satire
This is not your typical "How To" book. The passages here are from Tim Boyle’s Mooselicker blog. The mission with this book is simple, not to tell you how to write an awesome blog but to show you how to do it.
Surviving Sandy: A Battle Against That Deadly Whore Mother Nature
Price: Free! Words: 9,090. Language: English. Published: October 31, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » Satire
In October 2012 Hurricane Sandy struck the state of New Jersey. Through a series of diary entries, one man recounts his ordeal dealing with the storm.
Satan: Little League Superstar
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 62,420. Language: American English. Published: July 21, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
(3.50 from 2 reviews)
He has many names; Beelzebub, Lord of the Flies, Lucifer, Carol Burnett, Satan. Throughout history he has been a known villain who maims, tortures, and kills. This time around he’s playing little league baseball. Along with a ragtag team of misfits and a self-conscious imbecile coaching the team, Satan will stop at nothing to become a little league superstar.

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  • Underneath on Aug. 10, 2012

    I was a little hesitant at first to continue with this book. The first two chapters seem to take you right into the middle of these character's lives. By the third chapter the reader will be fully aware of what's going on and unable to put it down. Hugh is a great character. He's similar to the famed Patrick Bateman; vain, handsome, athletic, suave, powerful, disturbed, and a few other things you'll have to read to find out. The man has everything we hate about ourselves wrapped into one person. The story balances back and forth between Hugh's story as well as one between two police officers. The only negative thing I can say about this book is I was not intrigued by the sections about the police. The real money in this book comes from the parts about Hugh and his distaste for, well, everything. Parts of this book are also very funny in a snide way. You will almost find yourself agreeing with Hugh as he's as human as a character can get. I look forward to reading more from the author.