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Get a Grip on Your Grammar

Release date: 25 November 2020
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Just as we should think before we speak, we need to think before we write. Most of us are not poe... Read More

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Just as we should think before we speak, we need to think before we write. Most of us are not poets or novelists, but we are all writers. We email, text, and post; we craft memos and reports, menus and outdoor signage, birthday cards and sticky notes on the fridge. Get a grip on your grammar is a grammar book for those who hate grammar books, A writing resource filled with quick answers and a playful style-nott endless, indecipherable grammar jargon. Get a grip on your grammar is the elements of style for the Twitter generation.Designed for student, business, and creative-writing audiences alike, its easily digestible, occasionally witty writing tips will finally teach you: the differences between "lay" And "lie." The proper usage of "affect" And "effect." where to put punctuation around quotation marks. The meaning of "e.g" Versus "I.E." The perils of overusing the word "suddenly." that apostrophes should not be thrown about like confetti. And 243 more great tips. Writers owe it to themselves and to everyone who sees their written words to get it right. With get a grip on your grammar, they finally can (not "may").

Product Details

Title: Get a Grip on Your Grammar
Author: Kris Spisak
Publisher: Career Press
SKU: BK0425373
EAN: 9781953650023
Number Of Pages: 224
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Country Of Origin: USA
Release date: 25 November 2020

About Author

Kris Spisak wrote her first three books — Get a Grip on Your Grammar, The Novel Editing Workbook, and The Family Story Workbook — to help writers of all kinds sharpen their storytelling and empower their communications. Her award-winning debut novel, The Baba Yaga Mask (dual-timeline fiction), was inspired by her family’s experience in the post-WWII Ukrainian diaspora and has been called “A complex, poetic tale” by Kirkus Reviews and “edu-tainment at its best” by the Historical Novel Society. Her fifth book, Becoming Baba Yaga: Trickster, Feminist, and Witch of the Woods (nonfiction), is an exploration of the complex origins of this Slavic folktale character and her lingering lessons for empowering us all. Kris knows well-written words and well-told stories can change the world, and she cannot wait to tell you her next story.

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