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7 Grammar Mistakes You're Probably Making

Are you writing the next "Great American Novel?" According to an oft-quoted 2002 article from The New York Times, 81 percent of Americans believe they have a book in them -- and that they should write it.
  • Kelly G

    5. What on earth are you supposed to do with the jacket on a hardcover while you're reading it? Keep it on and risk damaging it? Take it off and store it in a weird nook, never to find it again? - 19 Quirky Conundrums Only Book Lovers Understand

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    7 Grammar Mistakes You're Probably Making / HuffPost Books | #readytocommunicate

  • Kathryn A

    19 Quirky Problems Only Book Lovers Understand// It's true. Also fun to have the talent to read and walk at the same time. In a crowd.

  • K Niemiec

    Quirky problems for book lovers... HuffPost Books

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