I would say it depends on the moment. I would say John Irving, Neil Gaiman and Peter David all have moments if only once or twice through an entire book. Mind you, I can make people laugh easier than they can make ME laugh.
I love the way Saira Viola author of SLIDE uses language one of my favorites : " She wore wrap around Gucci shades and a poisnous frown . Even the derma fillers injected into her smooth veneer cuoldn't mask her over dramatic angst ".
I met Kurt Vonnegut many times when he was alive. He also lived on Cape Cod.
The first time was in 1976 when he allowed the Barnstable High School to perform a stage production of Welcome to the Monkey House. I had friends who were in the performance and we all went to his house afterwards for a cast party.
Robert B. Parker's Spenser novels almost always make me chuckle in spots. He was dry, yet witty; Spenser' one liners are always great. As you may know, Robert Parker died suddenly yesterday; he will be hugely missed by his readers.
Also, Jan Karon's, The Mitford series. Her characters are charming, warm, very human and make me laugh outloud at times.
i believe hub pages should allow us to have full conversations... inistead to reply we have to edit our answer. which doesnt really work. and it would be nice to have actually conversations with the people on hubpages.
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