A few months ago in a two-part blog, I shared a few of my thoughts on the importance of good grammar when writing your novel. (Or writing anything else for that matter — such as your blogs, emails, ad copy, and yes, even your Tweets.) Check out those blogs here. And here.
Recently I came across a CopyBlogger blog which pinpoints a few of the worst and most embarrassing gaffes.
The sad part of the whole grammar issue is that many would-be authors are not all that embarrassed, because they’re clueless as to what is and is not correct. It’s rather like having spinach in your teeth after a salad lunch. You cannot correct what you cannot see.
This colorful blog — full of clever graphics — will be an immense help! Read and heed! You might want to bookmark the page!
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