Grammar goofs reign supreme in this week’s Friday Follies, thanks to the eagle eye – okay, eyes – of you-know-who.
This is an excellent post on publishing by my fellow blogger, author Larry Kahaner. Have a look.
Book Publishing, Like Life, is Often A Matter of Luck
By Larry Kahaner
All of us want to believe that if we work hard, are honest in our dealings, are smart and have some talent, that we can succeed in anything we do whether it’s in business, sports, or publishing a novel.
I hate to tell you that if you believe this, you’re fooling yourself. Although many super successful people downplay luck as the reason for their success – hard work and high IQs are often cited – if they’re being honest, they know that luck played a large, sometimes gigantic reason for getting where they are.
The most recent forthright person to note this is billionaire Eric Schmidt who noted in a recent interview, “I would say I’m defined by luck, and I think almost anyone who’s successful has to start by saying they were lucky… Lucky of…
View original post 543 more words
This oldie is sure to brighten your day!
…when your son and his wife have just promised that they’re coming to visit you, and you haven’t seen them in a year and a half!
TGIF, FFers! The Grammar Cop’s collection of glitches this week is sure to annoy, agitate and amaze you. But you’d expect nothing less by now, would you?! 😁
Thoughts from a senior citizen – not me! Another one! 😁
Welcome back, Friday Follies followers! (Say that 10 times fast! 😁) Ready for another batch of lame-brained grammar goofs, cited by the Grammar Cop? Dig in!