Correct Me If I’m Wrong

Where do you go when you want a quick reference on Grammar? I pull Correct Me If I’m Wrong from my book shelf.

Correct Me If I’m Wrong by author Arlene Miller offers readers a second, easy look at the basics of (American) English grammar. Miller is the undisputed queen of teaching grammar through the simplest methods. The book is not burdened with excessive examples or long paragraphs. Miller tells it in easy to understand language and often uses humor to help the lessons sink in. A MUST HAVE book for any writer or reader. I also recommend her first grammar book, The Best Little Grammar Book Ever! I keep both of her books on my shelf right next to Strunk & White’s Elements of StyleThe Best Little Grammar Book Ever!: 101 Ways to Impress With Your Writing and Speaking The Elements of Style: 50th Anniversary Edition

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About robinofrockridge

I write books for kids.
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9 Responses to Correct Me If I’m Wrong

  1. Robin – Thanks for the big mention! I am glad you like the book! I am working on the second edition of The Best Little Grammar Book Ever! But I see Strunk and White are on their 50th anniversary edition! Ha! Thanks again!

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  2. You are welcome, Arlene! I enjoyed your talk at Redwood Writers last Sunday. That reminded me I could promote your books next!
    Robin

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  3. jeannejusaitis says:

    All of Arlene’s books are informative, entertaining, and user friendly. They make great gifts for the high school graduate who will be going off to college.

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  4. I keep Arline’s books to the right of my computer and turn to them when I’m confused or uncertain about a grammar issue. She always has the answer. Thanks, Robin, for posting this.

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