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Confessions of a Judgmental Grammar Nazi #5

When I first started writing professionally, I was OBSESSED with MS Word’s grammar checker feature – in particular, the readability statistics and the part where it tells you the grade level you’re writing at. Let me tell you, after enough … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Judgmental Grammar Nazi #4

Confession number four. When I first started writing professionally, I thought dialogue tags were a girl’s best friend.  I mean, really, how else would you possibly know who was speaking?   ♥SB

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Confessions of a Judgmental Grammar Nazi #3

Confession number three is kind of ironic… I had to look up the spelling of ‘judgmental’ before I could start this column. I couldn’t decide if there was an ‘e’ after the ‘g’. There isn’t. ♥SB

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Confessions of a Judgmental Grammar Nazi #2

Confession number two: My spelling is great, but my typing is atrocious. Full of so many errors it’s laughable. Someday I’ll start a list of my bizarre typos – maybe a new category for the blog. Maybe I’ll invent a … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Judgmental Grammar Nazi

This harkens back to before I became a grammar Nazi, and maybe it’s even part of the reason why I became a grammar Nazi, but, my first confession is thus: I didn’t know the past tense of ‘lead’ was ‘led’. … Continue reading

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