Here’s one for the grammar nerds to brighten your day. Happy Saturday! 🙂
Here are some really memorable book dedications that are bound to raise a smile.
Proof that even the run of the mill pages of a book can be enlightening or funny, and need not always be plain and boring.
See more by following this link: https://media.bookbub.com/blog/2017/funny-book-dedications/
These book titles are just silly.
But who cares? Sometimes it’s worth taking a few minutes in the day to enjoy these insanely stupid book titles and covers. It’s good for a giggle.
Enjoy them for what they are. A bit of fun.
But don’t ask me if they were ever published. Perhaps someone had some fun with Photoshop. Who knows?
Anyway, here are some more. Fourteen insanely stupid book titles and covers:
Here’s a challenge for you: How well do you know the opening lines of famous books? Are you a bookworm, or are you merely a novice? Why don’t you follow the link to this little quiz and find out, if you think you’re bookish enough!
Each of these sentences includes an erroneous version of an idiomatic expression based on misunderstanding of the phrase’s meaning. Revise each sentence by using the expression’s standard form. Can you do it?
You need to give your protagonist and your antagonist story goals. These story goals should be in conflict with each other. Tell a story where your readers can empathise with both your hero and your villain. Make both of them memorable and interesting. But how do you tell if you will have enough conflict in your novel? Answer our conflict test to find out.