My husband texted me the following sentence this morning,”You’re having punctuation issues lately. Even in some of your blog posts (yes, I actually look at most of them).” First, I was surprised he read my blog posts but then offended he noticed errors in a blog and didn’t let me know. I am admittedly terrible with grammar and punctuation. I love to read and I love to write but the technicalities are not my strong suit.
Despite knowing sentence construction is a weakness of mine I still don’t like making mistakes. Just the other day I made a huge spelling error in a blog title, thank goodness a lovely blogger emailed to tell me. I get my homophones confused and my commas are either lacking or overdone. So I did what any self conscious, semi-perfectionist, person would do; I searched the internet for help.
I found this amazing website I wanted to share; I encourage any blogger to take a look. There is a header called Grammar Tips. I started under the homophone section and not only does it explain in detail the difference in sound alike words; it gives examples and easy ways to remember the differences.
The website is called: Writing Forward
A few things you will find that I found useful