Official Review: "How to Kill in Comedy"

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Re: Official Review: "How to Kill in Comedy"

Post by enne_chavez »

What an interesting take on self-help! Who doesn't want to be funnier!! Thank you for a very well written review!

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I would definitely want to polish my comic skills up. The book sounds like a very interesting read. Thanks for the insightful review.

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Post by mrlefty0706 »

I never thought about the differences between a comic and a comedian but this self-help book shows the differences. The official reviewer finished the book in three hours so it should be a fast read. I look forward to reading the entire book and learn from the story. So many books, not enough time to read them all.

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Post by thegwimpy »

How to kill it in comedy is very informative, steve details each point in the lesson in easy to chew sentences. He lays it all out for people and gives plenty examples on how to grow your own comedic character. It also is a lesson in being authentically yourself. The name of this book should be "therapy from laughter" learning how to laugh at yourself is a hard lesson to learn. But when you get there you can literally make money, meet people, change your whole life if you wanted to. All you have to do is follow steve's lead and open yourself up to your own absurdities!

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Post by Sarrikoziol »

What an interesting self improvement book. I would have never thought about reading a book like this, but after the review I have added it to my shelves to read. I can always use a good laugh, and it sounds as tho this book delivers. Thank you for the great review
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Post by 1+julietmuthoninjira »

I won't be a comedian anytime soon because public speaking is not my thing. That being said having a sense of humour and knowing how to structure it is important in day to day conversations. This is a definite must read! Great review

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Post by Kibetious »

This is fascinating. I am delighted the author offered pragmatic tips that have been tested and found functional. I am certain this will benefit comedians a lot. Thanks for the review.
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Post by AvidBibliophile »

I love that the author presents implementable techniques for acquiring tangible skills, as many aspiring comics are fueled by successfully earning meaningful audience engagement. Thank you so much for your insightful review!

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Post by Neppi_reads »

Wow thank you for the review. I'm definitely going to get a hold of this. I didn't know such books even existed, so imagine my thrill right now, ha haa. Thanks again!

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Post by shaz1994 »

I always thought comedy is inborn, but now I realize that your limit is in your brain, so anyone can train and be a comedian. Congrats to the book of the day.

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Post by monicamu »

I was pleased to read in this review that the book is not only for aspiring comedians but for anyone who wants to be more funny or witty in everyday life.
This is not a book I would have gone out of my way to look for, but I'm very pleased to have found it - thanks for the free copy. Great review.

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Post by JKO »

This book provides many techniques on how to engage an audience. I think this is an important book for comedians, and I highly recommend it. Congratulations on the BOTD.

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Post by anua24060 »

I think there is a rarity of books on the subject of how to become a comedian. I appreciate the author for writing this book in a useful and enjoyable way. Can't wait to read it! Congrats to the author on BOTD!

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Post by ReviewerDiksha »

I have heard about a lot of self-improvement books, but this is something that I have never come across before. A guide to getting good at comedy! Thanks for the review.

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Post by Faithy_Star »

The fact that the book contains jokes that makes a reader laugh out loud proves that the author's information in the book is accurate.

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