15 Grammar Goofs

In visiting Copyblogger.com, I came across the article about 15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly. It’s a list of words that seem relatively easy, but can cause confusion if used the wrong way. Unfortunately, even I am guilty of making a few of these blunders at one time or another. However, since I am all about sharing information, I’m passing it along to you, complements of Copyblogger.com.

I hope that it will be a helpful reference guide.

R. Lynn

 

 

15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly
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World Odyssey (The World Duology Book 1) by Lance Morcan and James Morcan

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My Review:

“Word Odyssey” peaked my curiosity; it travels back to when the characters—Nathan Johnson, Susanna Drake and Jack Halliday—were youths and how their paths came to cross as they reached adulthood.

The story is historic fiction that occurs in the 19th century. The whole storyline was well-written and the set-up was descriptive which made it very easy to visualize the scenes in my head.  The book is filled with abundant scenarios of Indians, being at sea, the daily trial and errors of earning a living and trying to keep a roof over ones head, with even a little bit of romance thrown in too.

In their own way, each character has a special uniqueness; and in reading this sequel, I gained a better understanding to each of their persona.  In one way or another, each experienced some type of hardship that helped to individual mold him/her into the person that they portray in another book of the…

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