Fifty Shades of Grammar
Full disclosure: I have not read Fifty Shades of Grey and I won’t be seeing the movie. But I have heard plenty of criticism of the quality of the writing.
Turns out that the criticism may not be warranted, especially when this novel is compared to other bestselling works of fiction. Our friends at Grammarly did some research and discovered that while E. L. James made some spelling, grammar and punctuation mistakes, the quality wasn’t really out of line with similar errors in other popular books.
Enjoy this infographic from Grammarly.
She the author of the novel Choices (A Joyful Cup Story) as well as the nonfiction books Words to Work By: 31 devotions for the workplace based on the Book of Proverbs and Finding Joy in the Morning: You can make it through the night. She is also the co-creator of several coloring books for adults.
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