Saturday, October 27, 2012

A Most Have Book for Writers

Common Errors in English Usage
I rarely take a Grammar Girl podcast live without at least quadruple-checking my main thesis, and Common Errors in English Usage has quickly become one of my most valued fact-checking resources. When the corners of this book are worn off, the spine is broken, and the fuzzy edges are spiked with Post-it notes marking your most used pages, don't forget to write Brians a note of thanks. By distilling reams of rules and opinions into a usable, entertaining reference book, he's made all our lives a little easier.
—Mignon Fogarty (“Grammar Girl”) 
Don't take our word that Common Errors in English Usage is a must have tool for writers, just read the glowing endorsements by Grammar Girl, Mignon Fogarty, and NPR's Scott Simon who both say this is a must have resource, or better yet listen to what folks are saying by clicking the video below.  You can bet your bottom dollar we have a copy headed our way.  If you want to read more about this  book check out Common Errors in English Usage 
I’d call Paul Brians’ book incredible, fabulous, or fantastic, except thanks to him, I know now that none of those words are what I really mean. Let’s just say thatCommon Errors in English Usage is the most cheerfully useful book I've read since the Kama Sutra.—Scott Simon, National Public Radio

Have a Creative Weekend!
The Writing Whisperer
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