Humor rocks my socks off. In some ways, I’m a big kid who never grew up. I laugh at kid jokes. I tell kid jokes. I smile when most other adults turn their noses up in disdain.
Heck, I have a three-legged dog in one my of novels, and after 273 read-throughs I still laugh at all the good parts. But I’m quirky that way. In fact, when my pirate chapter book received a pass due to the reader’s “dry sense of humor”, my immediate reaction was–under my breath whilst surpressing a grin–“Then why read a book that takes place on the ocean?”
I know, I groaned too.
But hey, at least you know where I’m coming from. And now I’d like you to follow along and see where I’m going.
Today I’m guest posting at The Write Time. Fantasy writer and fellow AQer, Dean C. Rich, has a great blog on time management as it pertains to the writing life. Please check out his blog and learn a thing or two about how I
mismanage my time when it comes to writing and life.
Other things I’m doing today: helping out with vision and hearing checks for our elementary kids, finishing an edit of another chapter book (same quirky humor as the first) and getting started on cleaning my house. Company is coming down this weekend for the marching band performance and the only room that’s clean enough for hosting is currently in someone else’s house.
It’s been a long summer with lots of dirt and I need to get to the bottom of it…er, on top of it before the dust bunnies carry us away.
What kinds of things tickle your tweeter? Do you like dry humor, slap-stick or bathroom humor? Are you mature in what makes you laugh, or can you find funny in almost anything? And more importantly, do you write humor? If so, how do you make humor rock instead of fall flat?
Curious minds want to know.