Everything I write now is so good, I only use highlighter pens.
It's literally the kind of book that I can open to just about any page, read for 10 minutes, and come away with renewed energy and enthusiasm.
I never knew how much material there was to know and how easy it is now for me to write jokes and be funnier now that I have read this book.
The first three chapters are good for understanding how to make jokes, then it turns into how to be a professional comedian.Published 1 month ago by TR
Great insight into the mechanics and how to of humor. Don't expect to laugh out loud, but if you want to integrate humor into your speaking and writing, this is a great resource. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patrick Kilbride
Great resource, I'd definitely say it improved my comedy writing. Of course when it comes down to it everyone's process is their own and you have to find what works for you - the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Delfino
While following the guidelines set forth in this book hasn't made me much funnier, it has given me more tools to use in joke creation, which translates into an increased capacity... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jesse C. Carr
This guy is more cheesy than funny, but it's not likely you'll see someone like Louis CK or Bill Burr write a book on standup. Read morePublished 5 months ago by nick
I thought you needed to be born funny - this book proves that's rubbish.
Practical and easy to follow.
Here's a method on how to write jokes. If you're "funny" and never really thought about how or why or if it's sporadic, Greg Dean gives you some tools. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dean Eikleberry