7.8.16 RadioWrapUp: Writing Humor

DTC-300x288Ever think about writing about something funny that happened to you? Did you think it was so good that you thought it could be published? That’s what Humorist Donna Cavanaugh is coming to Happy Hour to talk about this Friday. Her new book, How to Write and Share Humor: Techniques to Tickle Funny Bones and Win Fans can be your first step into a new career as a humor writer. Donna is a founder of Humor Outcasts and Shorehouse Press. Learn more about Donna Cavanagh. You can buy her book from Amazon: How to Write and Share Humor
Interested in being a HO? Check out Humor Outcasts
More from Happy Hour: I talked about going to the Fenimore and seeing the early works of Ansel Adams. I you want to see some of his work, check it out: Ansel Adams
Here’s that “there’s no crying in baseball” scene: A League of Their Own
This week’s quote was from Phyllis Diller, who said, ““The reason women won’t play football is because 11 of them would never wear the same outfit in public.”

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I was captivated by the Maine Coast on my first trip there in the late 90’s. In the years since, I’ve traveled up and down the coast from Kittery to Calais but I spend most of my Maine time Downeast. I love the adventures I have and the chance to unwind from the world and restore my inner clarity. I chronicle my experiences in The Maine Diaries.

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