Today for Distraction Friday, I’m sharing with you one of my favorite webcomics: Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
by Zach Weiner. The name is ambiguous for a reason. There is no plot, characters or story between strips. Every single one stands alone, which, on one hand, means that anything can (and does) happen, but on the other, means each one must connect with the audience without relying on history to build trust. One of the attractive points in writing a sequel is that bond you’ve already created with the audience. This comic doesn’t do that at all
It still manages to be pretty damn awesome, too.
There are more than two thousand comics, so I’m just going to focus on what I think is the best one for us writing types. It's one of those things that's all too true...
Too funny. Consider yourself validated :)ReplyDelete
Lol! That chart made me laugh a lot. Thanks for sharing! I especially like the stared note. So true!ReplyDelete
Erin @ Quitting My Day Job
This is a most delightful chart. I also like the starred note the best!ReplyDelete
Someday I will learn not to click when you start your blog posts with "distraction". I mean, it's not like you didn't warn me! ;)ReplyDelete
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OMG this is fun. Thanks for posting.ReplyDelete
Love the comic! BTW- nice to "meet" you :)ReplyDelete
great comic! lol,ReplyDelete
perfect for a discussion i was having just the other day!
ahahaha. This is great. Sarah Ketley just linked me to this, since I just did a whole post on the things NEVER to say to an author, and, well, I'm glad she did. :-)ReplyDelete
<3 Gina Blechman
Falling about laughing!ReplyDelete