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Choose Store. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Skip this list. Ratings and Book Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. Oh definitely harder to do stand up comedy, at least when writing a book if it bombs you can hide in the shadows, plotting comeback revenge writing a followup blockbuster its all a learning process you know. However, when you are getting out there face to face and they aren't laughing there might be a bit of a cause for concern.

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I think it would be hard for me to be a stand up comic. Although It hink writing a book is not very easy either. I already write articles so I could probably throw all my articles together to make a book. Stand up would be much harder for me. I don't do well at public speaking. Stand up comedy Talking in front of crowds or at least adults is not something I like doing. I get very nervous for some reason children don't effect me that way, which was good since I have a degree in Elem Education.

I couldnd stand up in front of all those people. Hands down it would be stand-up comedy!

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I cannot stand up in front of an audience and talk so I know I wouldn't be able to do any comedy!! I would rather write a book. That's more for me than stand up comedy!! It would be harder for me to do stand up comedy because I am nervous speaking in front of crowds.

I have only been to local comedy clubs in San Jose, California and never saw anyone funny enough to be memorable. I think it would be harder to write a book.