- During the day, I don’t believe in ghosts. At night, I’m a little more open-minded. Annon.
- By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes. Shakespeare—in the Scottish play
- Double, double. Toil and trouble. Fire burn and Cauldron bubble. Willie Bill again in the Scottish Play (Bad luck to say the title, you know. Generally, in relation to the stage, but why take chances?)
- There are nights when the wolves are silent and only the moon howls. George Carlin
- On Halloween, witches come true… Nicholas Gordon
- A grandmother pretends she doesn’t know who you are on Halloween. Erma Bombeck
- Every day is Halloween, isn’t it? For some of us. Tim Burton
- Eat, drink and be scary. Author Unknown. I think I will steal this one and use it for promo this fall.
And a couple of writing jokes to end.
1st draft. Hero changes light bulb.
2nd draft. Villain changes light bulb.
3rd draft. Hero stops villain from changing light bulb. Villain falls to death.
4th draft. Lose the light bulb.
5th draft. Light bulb back in. Fluorescent instead of tungsten.
6th draft. Villain breaks bulb, uses it to kill hero's mentor.
7th draft. Fluorescent not working. Back to tungsten.
8th draft. Hero forces villain to eat light bulb.
9th draft. Hero laments loss of light bulb. Doesn't change it.
10th draft. Hero changes light bulb.
I don't know about you, but I feel better now. Groan at my jokes or add your own in comments.