Fifty Shades of Grammar for the Holidays
Bestselling Amazon author Arlene Miller, The Grammar Diva, adds to her list of grammar books with "Fifty Shades of Grammar: Scintillating Sentences, Syntax, and Semantics" from The Grammar Diva, published by bigwords101. A perfect holiday gift for someone who has everything, as well as for word lovers, "Fifty Shades of Grammar" is a collection of fifty blog posts from the entertaining and educational Grammar Diva Blog, which began in early 2013.
Here are just some of the posts included:
· Who and Whom Made Easy
· Don't Dangle Your Participles!
· A Toast to the Semicolon
· Weird and Wonderful Words
· The Seven Deadly Sins of Writing
· Some Real Grammar Turkeys for Thanksgiving
· The Alien in Your Future
· A Short History of the English Language
Books make an ideal holiday gift: they are easy to wrap, easy to send, appeal to all ages and genders, can be shared and discussed, can entertain and educate — and there is a book to appeal to everyone.
Fifty Shades of Grammar is currently available in paperback and will soon be available as an e-book. Get it on Amazon and all other online retailers. It is intended for ages 12 through adult.
Arlene Miller, The Grammar Diva, is the author of six grammar books and a novel, including the Amazon bestsellers The Best Little Grammar Book Ever and The Best Grammar Workbook Ever. She is also a copyeditor for both fiction and nonfiction and offers grammar and business-writing presentations and workshops. She has previously been an English teacher and technical writer.
Arlene has been a speaker at the Sonoma County (CA) Book Festival, Bay Area Independent Publishing Association, Romance Writers of America, Society of Technical Communications, College of Marin, bookstores, corporations, and community groups. She has appeared on KGO radio with Ronn Owens, KRCB radio's A Novel Idea, and Blogtalk Radio. Arlene holds degrees in Print Media, English, Humanities, and California teaching and school administration credentials.
The Grammar Diva's website is at www.bigwords101.com. Also see The Grammar Diva on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.