The Best Little Grammar Book Ever! – Speak and Write with Confidence/ Avoid Common Mistakes - Second Edition
This is a new edition of this bestselling book. The Best Little Grammar Book Ever! was originally published in 2010 and since has sold thousands of copies and received great reviews from its users, which include schools, colleges, and professional writers.
The aim of the book was to solve those common grammar, punctuation, and word usage issues that stump us all. This second edition has been reformatted and updated with some new grammar standards and additional information, including an expanded section on comma use. The book also includes an introduction to basic grammar, lists of commonly misspelled and mispronounced words, a writing lesson, a final test, and a complete index.
The first book in a series of three, The Best Little Grammar Book Ever! will be followed by The Best Little Grammar Workbook Ever! and The Best Little Book of Confused Words, Phrases, and Malapropisms!
About Arlene Miller (Petaluma, California Author)
Arlene Miller, also known as The Grammar Diva, is the author of ten grammar books, a self-publishing guide, and a novel. The Best Little Grammar Book Ever! has been an Amazon bestseller and is used by many schools and colleges. Arlene is also a blogger, copy editor, speaker, workshop presenter, and former English teacher in Petaluma. Her book, Fifty Shades of Grammar is a compilation of her popular blog posts.
The Grammar Diva has been a featured speaker at Redwood Writers, South Bay Writers, Sonoma County Book Festival, Bay Area Independent Publishing Association (BAIPA), Sonoma County Library, Romance Writers of America, College of Marin, Copperfield’s Books, and several community groups. She has conducted workshops at several corporations and colleges. Arlene is a member of Redwood Writers and BAIPA. She holds degrees in Print Media, English, and Humanities, as well as California teaching and school administration credentials.
Some of Arlene's favorite things are her grown-up children, her fur baby Chihuahua, books, dark chocolate, dancing, and warm weather. She lives with her dog — and sometimes her kids — in the San Francisco Bay area.