I have a story published on Twilighted. It’s called Runaway (Pimp out). I have had some issues as of late regarding getting it published because apparently I suck at punctuation. While most constructive criticism I take well, this was hard to deal with. Me? I have never made a punctuation mistake. (I realize how many there are in this post alone.) I’m the girl who actually got a “get out of jail free” card in English because I corrected something SHE wrote. True story. So I have trouble digesting the idea that my story needs work because of punctuation. Luckily my beta is fabulous and basically has been whispering sweet nothings to me for the past few days so that I don’t throw my lap top off a bridge.
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At work I am well know as being that twat who goes around correcting grammatical mistakes. Like a ninja, I sneak around and change there to they’re. I correct alot to a lot. It is a well known fact, I try to hold my tongue but I can’t handle it when mistakes like these are being made. Plus we’re teachers. We are in charge of the future of America and some of us don’t know the difference between your and you’re. That being said I can’t for the life of me, spell weird right. (or is it wierd…I should only say odd from now on.) or spell separate. *