FARMER TICE by Nelson Donley

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B01NAGIEYV
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ December 6, 2016
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
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Farmer Tice books are the remedy to childhood depression, as each page contains a bundle of laughs. Farmer Tice was born on Friday the 13th. The year is uncertain, because nobody bothered to write it down. He lives with his very stern wife, Agnes {also known as Honeybunch}, on a rickety old farm in a town called Hokum. If all farmers were like Farmer Tice, everybody would starve. His wife isn’t any better. How the two of them ever got married is explained in one of the chapters in the first book. Hint: they both were looking for matrimony at the bottom of the barrel at the same time. Farmer Tice’s first name is Jacob, but everybody calls him Jinx, a nickname coined by Mother Tice who claimed he was a bad-luck baby. His nephew is named Wessell, but everybody calls him “The Weasel”. It’s the perfect name for a scheming, tricky teenager like him. Farmer Tune is a neighbor who is always taking advantage of Farmer Tice however he can, usually for a fee of twenty-bucks. Bum Park is way out on the east side of Hokum and is one of Farmer Tice’s favorite hangouts. The park was actually named after one of Hokum’s most distinguished founders, Horatio Alger Bum II, but that was a long time ago. In recent years it became a sort of sanctuary not only for the homeless, but for lazy farmers seeking sanctuary from their daily chores. Because Farmer Tice is there so much, a lot of people think Bum Park was named after him. There are a lot of other zany character–Ben Miller (one of the prominent members of Swine Lodge), Mr. Parnell (aka: “the old batch”, called that due to his hatred of marriage), the reverend “You’ll be damned” Muler (who spews fire & brimstone in every sermon) , Harry Haviland (the dog food millionaire who eats his own dog food), etc., etc. These stories are short and sweet and brings us into a world of locals and yokels unlike anybody you’ll ever meet. You can purchase these Farmer Tice books in paperback or Kindle on Amazon. A link is on the Farmer Tice website:


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