Theresa Julian knows how to make you laugh! Even better, she can teach it to kids. This is going to be a great holiday gift to some nieces and nephews. So excited to to re-blog a post about one of my critique partner’s debut book.
The Joke Machine: A Creative Writing Tool That’s Disguised as a Joke Book by Theresa Julian
So, two guys walk into a bar…
Wait, that’s not how I meant to start. I meant to start by telling you that I’m the author of The Joke Machine, a new non-fiction book that teaches middle graders how to create their own jokes and become funnier. I’m nervous because my spellcheck mysteriously switched into Hungarian and I can’t tell if words are misspelled.
Spelling words wrong is something I do knot want to do. I know the importance of proper spelling, it’s something my feather taught me. If I mix up even two letters, this whole post is urined.
Now you’re probably wondering, is she kidding about the spellchecker? The urined post? And most importantly, what happened to the guys who walked into a bar? Well, the answers are yes, yes, and…
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