Last week I posted about how to write post apocalyptic stories. This week I also wrote a poem and started writing an article for the American Marquetry Society so here’s some writing wisdom:
A writer who doesn’t follow rules for sentence structure is known as a rebel without a claus.
Why hasn’t the escaped felon been able to complete his book? Well, he could never finish a sentence.
English is a difficult language – there’s no ham in hamburger, there’s no egg in eggplant and why are boxing rings square?
Fiction writing can be learned by reading political promises.
Some of the best fiction writers graduated from the school of journalism.
A friend of mine is trying to decide whether to be a barber or a writer. I suggested flipping a coin: Heads or Tales.
Did you hear about the writer who went on trial for writing a story? He got a long sentence.
I’ve always thought that gardeners could write great stories – they really know how to work a plot.
I meat a writer who became a baker – she makes the best synonym rolls.
There’s a new type of apartments for writers, they call it the, “Writer’s Block.”
A writer I know was taken the emergency room – he had a serious allegory attack.
I like being a writer, but being an editor is more rewording.
I finally figure out why it’s so cold at my writing desk – I’m surrounded by drafts …