“In the age of email, instant messages, text messages and voice mail, the time- honored tradition of handwritten love letters could easily be forgotten. But if you're seeking a way to profess your love to someone special, there's no better w...”
“I linked to two people scribbling in the margins of a Dan Brown book yesterday. I don't intend to get into a 'Dan Brown can't write' rant here. But if you look at the book pages in that post you'll see something most writers should ...”
“Rule #2: Strunk and White, the venerable authors of The Elements of Style, suggest that it is almost always preferable to choose the word "use" over the more pretentious word, "utilize." (5 grammar and punctuation rules that drive English teachers...”
Glen David's insight:
Don't allow yourself to be bullied by the grammar Nazis.
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