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Hebergeur: Starting with a wink at his own dumb title and a case for whimsy as a writer’s best friend, veteran writer and writing instructor John Vorhaus offers us this latest glimpse inside his writing mind. Drawing on a quarter-century of experience in writin
Patric Cambra: Loved your book Little book of Sitcom. Putting the polish on my sitcom and I'm gonna submit it to a couple people inLA with way more confidence. I learned more in your book than I did in my Masters program. Thanks again!
Linda Fitak: Hi John! I just bought your Little Book of Sitcom, and I filled it with yellow highlighting! Every page was a gem. I'm thinking about getting Your Sitcom Mission, but I wonder how much of it will actually be a repeat of the one I have. I already know about the Kevins, set glue, 15 steps, etc, and I noticed on Amazon that these things are included in that book too. Thanks!
Sarah Walton: Hi John, Thanks for The Comic Toolbox - it's now my bible for script writing! Pure genius! Much gratitude, Sarah
Evelyn Ashley: Coo,Coo John Was glad to see you on "unboxed". Was on your list for free download of Texas Twist. Am now a follower. Enjoyed your unselfies on trip to Europe and now your weird, wayout, whimsical wisdom. Keep 'em laughing!
Al Spath: Love slang, use it myself. Dustbuster - lady never plays a hand, needs one to clean off cobwebs on her chips. Hawaii - the hand QJ and people who play it are Hawaiians. The reason it's called Hawaii is, if you don't play QJ for a year, the money you save you could afford a trip to Hawaii (wink)
paul carbonaro: Hi, John. Loved 'The little of sitcom,' and I am already putting into practice the advice you gave. My question now focuses on submissions. I have used 'Scriptapalooza' in the past, and managed a 'runner-up' spot (as did many others) in the 'pilot' category. The organizers lump all pilots together as opposed to having a separate one for different genres. That's unfortunate, I think. Any thoughts you have regarding submissions of sitcom pilots will be very welcome. Thanks! Paul
Pay what you think it's worth. I think it's worth five bucks.