Wisdom Of Writers: Do Both

Are you integrating humor in your writings? Or maybe do you consider there is no place for that in your style?

Well, I think Joss Whedon implies that a joke can be inserted anywhere:

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“Make it dark, make it grim, make it tough, but then, for the love of God, tell a joke.”


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11 comments

  1. There are a few sequences where I inserted levity into my story. The most memorable was following an intense moment. It just flowed so well, I couldn’t help myself. It garnered some good laughs, poking fun at the overzealous protagonist.

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  2. Really can’t say I’m a pro, but writing for my blog always amazes me. I just sit down and write what’s on my mind, then it makes sense when I read it.
    I’m learning as I go so I really appreciate your blog.

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    • Thank you very much for your appreciation! We have amazing things inside and surfacing them is always a challenge and a benefit! Thank you very much for reading! ❤

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