Tag Archives: writing tips

Do You Ever Shower With Your Characters?

I don’t want to get too personal, Modern Philosophers, but do you ever shower with your characters? I should probably clarify that the question is aimed at my fellow writers, and I’m talking about plotting out story lines and writing … Continue reading

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Writing In My Sleep

I thought I would use of all this stay at home time to develop a very particular set of skills, Modern Philosophers. No, I do not intend to learn how to track down terrorists who kidnap my daughter, but I … Continue reading

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Always Respect The Words

I have one simple writing tip that I’d like to pass along today, Modern Philosophers: Always respect the words. I hear so many people say that anyone can be a writer because it’s easy to put down words on paper … Continue reading

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How To Write A Monologue Joke

Happy Tuesday, Modern Philosophers. I’ve been hard at work writing monologue jokes for tomorrow night’s taping of The Nite Show With Danny Cashman. I know a lot of you are curious about my process for writing for a popular late … Continue reading

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