When soldiers get bored they do some fun and interesting things. Great details to add to your military romance novel. Take it from a writer and former military spouse, Ann Woodford.
When you try really, really hard to be funny, it inevitably won’t work. Like when my mother tells a joke. She always forgets some critical piece in the set up that, if forgotten, renders the punch line unintelligible. Which, as she backtracks and says, Oh, I forgot to tell you about the bath tub, is funny, but not the way she intended.
Enjoy our weekly video in our Sunday Video for Authors series. If you have a video that you love re: writing, creativity, etc., I’d love to know about it. Enjoy. I dare you not to laugh.
Welcome to the another article in the Craft series, this one by Bobbye Terry, a frequent guest columnist at the Writer’s Fun Zone. // “Mixing humor with suspense?” you ask. “Surely you jest.” No, I don’t. For one of the few times in print, I’m completely serious.