gram·ma·ry /ˈɡramərē/

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Spooky Syntax: Frankenwords

Oct 24, 2018

Everything has an origin story. Be it man or monster, everything comes from something. Surprisingly, this is not true for all the words in the English language. Below is a list of English words that seemed to have popped out of nowhere, much like Dr. Frankenstein’s homemade monster. Boy In ...
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On Intrigue and Interconnectedness: J. L. Willow

Oct 18, 2018

We sat down and had a chat with J. L. Willow, author of the coming-of-age suspense novel The Scavenger, and talked about her work, writing habits, hobbies, and readers. First off, Willow shares why she prefers using her pen name over her real name, Julia Wierzbicki. “Simply because my real la...
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Grammar Chaos: Beware the Words—Spotting the Difference between Weary and Wary

Oct 17, 2018

Careful as we are in using the English language, we can still slip and make mistakes—especially when we’re too exhausted to even care. A commonly misused pair of words is wary and weary, two words that sound alike and are spelled in almost the same way but have completely different meanings. ...
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