Davyne DeSye: Grammar Tips
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Grammar. Sheesh. There is nothing more annoying (if you are a writer) than reading something you've written and re-read and finding an error -- a typo, or a grammatical error -- you've missed in the previous seventeen readings. There is nothing more annoying (if you are a reader) than being jogged out of a story because some glaring grammatical error catches you by the eye socket and slams your head back on cementitious reality. Here follow some quick grammar tips to help keep everyone happy...
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"Which" versus "That"
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"Lay" versus "Lie"
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"Was" versus "Were"
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"She" versus "Her"
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"Who" versus "Whom"
If you have a grammar question that you'd like me to answer, drop me a line and I'll post the answer here!
December 2015
"I recommend this book to all fans of Phantom of the Opera and to those who believe in unbridled true love."
-- Readers' Favorite Five-Star Review
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June 2016
"Great collection of stories - very eclectic themes; genres and perspectives... Fabulous!"
-- Amazon Five-Star Review
December 2016
Phantom Rising Series:
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"Written with tremendous detail and skill... I just wanted more!... This is an absolute MUST READ!"
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June 2017
Aggressor Queen Series: