Laughter is the best medicine

Let me make a simple statement. Humour is my favourite genre to read. Isn’t it everybody’s? It should be. However, writing comedy can be complex business. Watch these three captivating episodes talking about very different kinds of humour.

AuthorEpisode
  
Anu AnniahFrom Blog to Book
Amitabh SarwateP G Wodehouse meets Indian curry
Biswajit BanerjiHoratian Happimess

Match the quotes to the episode:

I find (her) articles interesting and thoroughly enjoy reading them. Her sense of humor is amazing and her writing style is captivating. Listening to her was equally fantastic. Looking forward to reading her book. – Prantika Samantha

Good going … ! Wish you the best. Look forward to your next installment of Barkhurdar tales 🙂 – Abhijit Marathe

We enjoyed it so much! We totally engaged ourselves to the conversation. My husband and I were talking about the humour while we were on the road trip the end of the last year… so it was fun to listen about the different humours. I also loved his advice telling we can write a good book using the method of slow cook! … ☺️ Sushi and Sambhar

How can you not listen to Sushi and Sambhar? Waiting for Humour month to roll around again in 2022 when we’ll meet more authors in this genre. Tab tak ke liye (translated: till then), Writing with Sandhya channel ko Subscribe karo. (No need to translate this methinks) And click the Bell icon to get notified about episodes that get released every Saturday at 11 a.m. India time.

About Sandhya Ranganathan

Sandhya is a dreamer, a writer and a globetrotter. She has authored a children’s book, “Mia finds a home,” and co-authored her father, Lt. Col. V.S. Ranganathan (Retd.)’s autobiography, “Burma to Bangalore”, represented by The Book Bakers and published by Locksley Hall Publishing. Her poems have been featured in various anthologies. She currently heads a Technical Communications team in an MNC and is on the board of Manage The Docs industry leadership community. She enjoys pottering around her home and garden in Bangalore, India, with her human and feline babies. Oh, and she loves miniatures and clouds.
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1 Response to Laughter is the best medicine

  1. Anu Anniah says:

    How nice is this! Quotes too! I feel famous!! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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