You’ll get a good laugh (and some pretty good grammar lessons) out of Weird Al Yankovic’s new parody.
Looking for writing advice? You might want to pick up the 1931 edition of The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze by William Saroyan. Read the preface. Here, Saroyan … Continue reading
I came across this cute explanation by Jack Ashby of when to use “bear” vs. “bare” and thought I’d share. Enjoy. (P.S. I strongly believe we all have the right … Continue reading
I can’t get through the morning (nor afternoon, nor evening, nor midnight hours) without coffee. For a caffeine addict, I’m mighty particular — my coffee must be espresso-strength, fresh-brewed, and … Continue reading