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Craft Add Funny to Your Novels with Steve Shrott

Make your manuscript laugh-out-loud funny

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    Level:
    Mixed
    Basic and Premium Members Prices:
    Premium Members $25 & Basic Members $35
    **Register by August 14 and save $5, use code ADDFUNNY at checkout!**
    $5 off Early Registration Coupon-expires 1 week before class starts:
    ADDFUNNY
    Category:
    • Characters
    • Description/Setting
    • Editing
    • Dialog
    • Structure
    • Genre
    • Plotting
    • POV
    • Voice
    Do you want to write a funny novel or short story? Or perhaps you'd like to add humor to the book you've already written? If so, then this is the course for you. Areas covered, include:
    • The difference between funny and humorous.
    • What makes something fun to read.
    • The importance of character.
    • The three main places to use humor.
    • Specific techniques that will improve your ability to make your novel or short story
    • humorous.
    • Joke constructions and patterns...
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Recent Reviews

  1. spochron
    spochron
    5/5,
    I take a lot of classes from Savvy Authors. This was by far the best. The information was novel, clearly thought-out, and entertaining. Steve offered the best feedback. When I told my CP that I was taking a class that taught you how to be funny, she said, "I didn't know there was a technique for that." Well, there is, and Steve has mastered it. Two thumbs up!