Setting Up Humor-Writing Peer & Support Groups

Writing coach Cathy Yardley says that while writers typically write alone, no one succeeds that way. That’s why we’re working to foster a supportive, humor-writing community with our conference, masterclasses, and follow-up social events. Even if you’re not able to attend any […]

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Funny Women of a Certain Age Tour – Leighann Lord Rides Again!

Here’s a link to one of our favorite stand-up comedians and a supporter of ThinkingFunny.com. Funny Women of a Certain Age Spring Tour offers you the chance to spend time with a phenomenal talent and have a blast. And you can enjoy […]

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Tune Up Your Book Proposal With Author Coach Michael Larsen

Sell Your Book Before You Write It How to Write a Proposal That Will Excite Agents and Editors A Limited Enrollment Class Saturday, May 14, 10:00-11:30 Click here to register via Crowdcast, session will be on Zoom and available for up to […]

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Humor Contest Winners Announced – ThinkingFunny22

This year’s contest saw 77 entrants in three categories: Humor-For-Serious-Subjects, Family-Friendly Humor, and Travel-Memoirs. The judges said that they had a tough job because so many of the pieces were just hilarious. Below are the winners and their prizes. Each winner also […]

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Atlanta Writers Club Upcoming Events

The Atlanta Writers Club (https://atlantawritersclub.org/) is featuring two conferences this spring: The 1st Atlanta Self-Publishing Conference, April 23, 2022 Featuring 8 talks on writing craft and the business of self-publishing by Lisa Cron, Craig Martelle, and others; a networking mixer; and informal one-on-one […]

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