Thank the Lord for WITS. This is another fantastic post.
Writers in the Storm welcomes back James R. Preston with tips on how–and when–to add humor to your WIP, no matter the genre. Here he is with a fun-filled Laugh? I Thought I’d Die WriterStrong post.
There’s this PI investigating a murder at a nudist camp in the hills above LA . . .
See the possibilities? Maybe you do and maybe you don’t. Stay tuned.
But seriously, folks, I want to talk about funny stuff, why I like it and try to use it, and offer some suggestions on how to handle it. I use examples from movies as well as books, because even a bloated, three-hour modern screen epic is more accessible than, say, Moby Dick, or even Notorious Nineteen. (And, BTW, how many essayists can mention Evanovich and Melville in the same sentence?)
What’s in this for you? Fair question. …
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