I’ve shared various punctuation pet peeves and grammar myths on the blog over the years. But I’ve still got more to share because the internet is a hotbed of
We all have a book lover in our lives. If you’re a regular reader of the Proofread Anywhere blog, you’re probably a book lover too. But people who love
I’m back with the latest installment of my Punctuation Pet Peeve series. I’ve ranted about misused apostrophes. I’ve condemned misplaced hyphens. And I’ve lamented the proper use of commas.
You guys loved my last post where I busted five common grammar myths, so today I’m busting five more! If you want to stay up-to-date in the proofreading world,
Chances are, if you’re reading this blog, you have an interest in grammar and want to speak/write correctly. Despite your best intentions, you may be holding on to some
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I’m back with my latest rant lesson on punctuation. And today’s victim is… the comma. Okay; let me start off by saying that commas are HARD. I totally get it!
(For this fun rant, I’m only talking about double quotation marks, not single.) (Also, this is all in good fun. Don’t take it too seriously.) You guys know I have
Nobody likes online scammers. Especially me. Why? Because they make it harder for legit people to run their businesses. Like me! I’m one of those legit people, and all the
We’ve been working on this ultimate list of gift ideas for grammar geeks for weeks. (And I don’t throw around a word like ULTIMATE unless I mean it!) To create this list, I got together with my tribe