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Really Bad Jokes

If you have the bad habit of reading this particular blog more than once, then you are probably aware that I used to be a public school teacher.   509 more words


6 Tips for Writing Humor

I haven’t written very many purely humor pieces, but humor is an important part of pretty much any story. Life has its funny moments, so even the most dramatic or tragic stories often have moments of levity. 679 more words

Thanksgiving From a Writer's Perspective

Yup.  This pretty much sums up my Thanksgiving. Can any other writers relate?

Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

The Life Of A Writer

The Importance of Relatable Humour

When writing something that is supposed to be humorous, it can be very easy to fall into the trap of making everything weird and zany. Although this can work, it can also fall flat if the weirdness and zaniness goes beyond the reader’s ability to suspend their disbelief. 615 more words

Writing Technique


(Previously posted on Pen in Hand)

By Raji Singh

Writers beware.  Word and sentence gobbling goblins may live in your desk drawer.

Writers, be prepared:  You with manuscripts years, or maybe decades old are most at risk!  441 more words

Fiction House Publishing

The Pitfalls and Pratfalls of Writing a Humorous Cozy Series -- guest Vickie Fee

Today we welcome guest Vickie Fee the author of the Liv and Di in Dixie mystery series. I think the Liv and Di in Dixie idea is so clever and fun! 861 more words

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