Daily Writing JoJusJan 20th, 2020

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Daily writing JoJusJan 20th, 2020 prompt Complimentds of Sadje hosted by https://lindaghill.com/2020/01/20/daily-prompt-jusjojan-the-20th-2020/

Humor

Humor is a great word. Not only is it a great word but when used politically correct(per se) can be useful in many ways. When used in a manner not fit for all audiences it’s not so helpful and might even cause negative actions.

Some teachers and authors use humor in conjunction with their teachings and writings. When they use humor in this manner it can make whatever they are teaching easier to remember.

As an author, the use of humor can make their book more fun and interesting to read. It might even benefit the author as the reader might be more quick to refer the book to friends, family, and co-workers.

Someone tells a joke. The reaction of laughter has a tendency to brings about uplifting feelings and smiles.

When someone is reading a book and the people around them  are conscience of how the book is affecting that reader.

For instance if people hear the reader laughing out loud and obviously sucked into the books’ pages, potential readers instantly become intrigued and interested in what is being read.

The funny thing is, the same thing can happen even if potential readers’ see tears running down the face of the reader. If the reader is obviously sucked into the pages people still become interested in what is being read.

Now humor not fit for all subjects, can cause people to become squirmy and uncomfortable. If you are wanting to share this kind of humor make sure you are surrounded by the correct audience.

 

How does humor affect you?

 

AS ALWAYS KEEP ON CRAFTING & LOVIN’ EVERY MINUTE! NO MATTER WHAT YOUR STYLE!

 

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