15 Grammar Goofs

I’m not one that too often posts other people’s posts directly from their blog or from the Internet, but I thought it why not on a Friday?  I sometimes find people who have never written any kind of story less qualified to tell you how you should write a book.  My inner thoughts, at times, is summed up to something of the following: thanks for all the regurgitation of information I’ve read before.  I’m a person who likes examples instead of telling writers simply “show don’t tell.”  You better include additional information to “your rules” because it won’t help the average writer improve.  This is the way I learn.  As I’ve read more books about writing, I’ve learned some of the authors clearly have not taken the time to write a book.  If they had, they would offer more than outlines.  Not that these aren’t helpful, but I’m in the phase of my writing despite me not publishing a book yet where I’m evolving, more mentally than anything else.  Did that make sense?  I hope so.  The bottom line is I will get there.  Dammit, I will get there.  I plan on devoting most of Saturday and Sunday to rewriting.  I have a feeling my second book idea will be written faster, rewritten faster, and published faster.  Once I get those two out of the way, I will go face first into the next book idea.  I realize this post is more regurgitation concerning my mental craziness so thank you for tolerating this fact.  I also thank the people who recently followed my blog.  I don’t post as often as I’d like so with this is mind, here is the post by Brian Clark.


15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly [Infographic]

15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly


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