Believe me, for an author it's a joy to be recognized. I love it when people give me feedback, even the one time I got an email telling me my book was "one of the four worst I've ever read," which was irritating in that the other three were not listed. And the reviews for DEED have been very generous, and greatly appreciated.
Among the adjectives used to describe the book have been "humorous," "hilarious," "funny," and did I mention "hilarious"?
That stumps me. To me, there are some sharp comments here and there, but it's not a flat-out comedy. Alison has a point of view, certainly, that reflects our New Jersey National Language (Sarcasm), but "hilarious?" Maybe I'm reading the book wrong.
Please, tell me, show me--what parts of the book made you laugh? If I know what worked, maybe I can do it again!