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Bran does research on… Comedy Writing
So you want to write comedy? Understandable, sometimes when your novel, fanfiction or even roleplay para is so completely angsty and dramatic, you need something to lighten it up. A good few famous authors are known for adding some humour to make their book much easier to read or just to get their readers laugh till their sides split and hopefully, a couple of these articles will be helpful so you can do the same.
- How to Write a Comedy Scene
- Writing Sketches
- The 4 Rules of Comedy Writing For Screenwriters
- FAQ - Stephen Merchant
- 5 Secrets for Improving Your Comedy Writing
- Humor & Comedy Writing
- How to Break Into Comedy Writing
- How to Write Comedy - Jerry Writes 15 Jokes in 30 Minutes (youtube video)
- A Comprehensive Guide to the Best Humor Books Written
- Become a Comic in Your Genre Fiction Novel
- Face-First. Or, Why I Write Slapstick Physical Comedy
- Writing Romantic Comedy
- Creating Humorous Comedy
- Writing a Novel - Tips on Using Humor
- The Secret of Writing Funny
- How to Write a Short, Funny Story: 11 Steps
- Wendy Meddour’s Top Tips for Writing Funny Fiction
- Four Commandments to Writing Funny
- How to Mix Humor into your Writing