I am totally the grammar hopeless. Fate and the universe have great senses of humor because the spacetime continum has bent in such a way to have me promote grammar -- good clean grammar. I thought SPOOG (The Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar ) would be proud to know that I'm doing what I can to stamp out grammar abuse, so I sent them an email letting them know that I'm doing my part. I wrote two titles about grammar that are making their way to school children everywhere.
I'm one of the [sic]-est writers in the universe, so I'm recommending a book from the uber-talented Martha Brockenbrough -- Things That Make Us [sic]. I'd list some of the [sic] things I've done, but then I could never show my face in public again. I will point on that one my [sic] deeds is on this page. Have pity, this handicap is really tough on a poor writing soul.
Here are the covers of my spring season books from Picture Window Books . First up are the covers to If you were a comma, If you were quotation marks, and next is my Character Ed. book Rocky Recess. (Character Ed. is no relation to Mr. Ed.) All three books are cuteola!
Oh, I feel like partying because my books are so nifty. This week's doodle is called Wild Jamboree.
Remember: ©Molly Blaisdell, all rights reserved. If you want to use my cool doodles, ask permission first. It is so wrong to take people's doodles without permission!
My playlist hit is from Nickel Creek and is called "Jealous of the Moon." Let's not be too scared to try. OK.
Quote of the week:
I am the King of Rome, and above grammar. Emperor Sigismund