It’s already been nine years since we lost the amazing, brilliant George Carlin. When he died nine years ago this June, he was the same age I am now. Way too damn young, if you ask me!
Greetings Friday Folliers! Welcome to another installment of language blunders. The Grammar Cop’s finds this week would each rate at least an Honorable Mention in the FF Hall of Shame.
I love the little twist at the end of this one. Don’t peek! 😀
Hi dear readers!
Here is an ‘author profile’ of me that Dan Alatorre put on his website, in the wake of my first-place win in the writing contest he hosted.
I’ll have more book news (hint: a second one is forthcoming) in the near future!
Meanwhile, here’s the link to my profile at Dan’s site.
your humble host
The winners of April’s Word Weaver Writing Contest share their thoughts on the contest, writing in general, and other stuff.
“My writing credits include ‘Taking Back the Night,’ which was nominated for a National Magazine Award. Originally published in Homemaker’s Magazine, it was anthologized in Essays: Patterns and Perspectivesby Oxford University Press (1992). Another of my stories, “First Kiss,” was anthologized in The Issues Collection: Gender Issues, McGraw Hill Ryerson (1993). My other credits include magazine articles in Menz, Home and School, The Write Place and Gasp; I’ve also been published numerous times in the Montreal Gazette, The Downtowner
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TGIF, right FF readers? The Grammar Cop is very glad to see the end of a week that spawned these writing glitches!
Three-and-a-half months. That’s how long it’s been since my last report to you. How time flies! It especially flies in the “attempting-to-get-one’s-book-traditionally-published” world. My latest news is: