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Woody’s Latest Tango in Paris

Jeff and I went to see Midnight in Paris with a couple of Francophile friends soon after its opening. Paris-fans ourselves, we were predisposed to enjoy it, and we mostly did. An aside: I have a French friend, a conductor, … Continue reading

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There’s definitely an “I” in Team America, but is there a “We”?

I’m picking up last week’s thread of defining “the funny,” when funny means something entirely different depending on your target audience or readership—“guy-guys” versus simply “guys” versus “young women” versus “older women” (whatever that means to you). Then there are … Continue reading

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“Everyone Loves The Funny”: Say WA?

Years ago, when I first tried to pitch Diva at a writers’ conference, I attended an agents and editors’ panel. Thinking that my book’s major selling point was its humor, I was pleased to see that one of the agents … Continue reading

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Ripped From the Headlines

This month I am on a blog tour, which means several bloggers have signed on to review Diva. I’m trying not to pay too much attention—I’m sort of watching it out of one eye—because this stuff makes me crazy. You … Continue reading

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