How Authors Can Use Humor in Their Stories

A Writer's Path

Writing humour is a very difficult process largely because what one person finds hilarious will leave another stone-faced. If you attempt to appeal to a very broad audience, you will need to write in a manner so bland and innocuous, you will probably not even draw a smile—a twitch of the lips possibly—but definitely not laugher. Nevertheless I think any author who won’t even try a few scenes or situations involving levity is short changing the reader.

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