So I saw this in my Facebook feed from the Guardian —
— and I assumed it was a typo for “grisly”: gristly means “full of gristle,” as in the tough, chewy stuff in meat you can’t eat, as opposed to grisly, which means… 79 more words
The Grammar Nazis are on their way.
Do not resist capture.
Do not attempt to Flee.
You will only make things worse for yourself.
Okay, that may seem a little bit like over kill…just a bit, but mixing up the your’s and you’re’s and using its when you meant it’s is not the mark of a writer. 197 more words
It’s day four of Writing and Writing Advice Week here my lovelies and I’m loving every minute of these posts! For those who are new to the blog, there’ll be great writing advice-themed posts all week (and possibly next week as well) with some of my favorite sparklies from the Moonstonemaiden vault as well as some new pieces that I hope you’ll love, so be sure to let me know what you think and if there’s any writing advice topic you’d like me to discuss! 1,094 more words