There seems to be an uproar in social media spheres at the moment – over grammar, of all things. Actor John Cusack has been villified for making typos while Tweeting to his fans via his iPhone. Sounds like he has chubby finger syndrome.
For writers, though, language and how it is used is the core of our profession. We have to worry about grammar; everything from using it correctly to using it too correctly.
Here are the current grammar-related articles on HearWriteNow.
The Comma According to Trask
There are only four specific uses for a comma. Are you using yours correctly?
Ten Most Irritating Grammar Errors
Laying down the law, and other tales of deconstruction
You’re the Voice
Active voice, passive voice, and stative sentences
Bending Grammar Rules in Fiction
Playing with fragments
Working with Tenses
Keep a tight rein on the past and present
Rhythm is Gonna Get Ya
Are you a bit too partial to participles?
Modify with care