Ode to Homophones

Ode to Homophones Mrs. Grammar Person’s Ode to Homophones When I give my assent, it means I concur, but my rapid ascent means I fly like a bird. (I just love homophones, don’t you?) I compliment you when I say something kind, like your meal is superb and...

Admire Your Adverbs

Admire Your Adverbs Mrs. Grammar Person wants to admire your adverbs. Are you as fond of adverbs as we are? We have been waiting for months for Mrs. Grammar Person to return.And now Mrs. Grammar Person has a few things to say: Fear not, Gentle Writer, Mrs. Grammar...

Danger in Edinburgh by Emma Dakin

Danger in Edinburghby Emma Dakin Tea? Check.Coffee? Check.Cookies? Of course.  Isobel Ferguson, a character in Danger in Edinburgh, stopped by for a wee chat before she headed out to get involved in a most murderous murder. Danger in Edinburgh (The British Book Tour...

Irregular Nouns

Irregular Nouns Barbara Venkataraman is back with another sweet verse for our ears. The Mixed-up Sound of an Irregular Noun Fear not, Gentle Writer, for Mrs. Grammar Person, hearing your sighs and seeing your furrowed brows, is delighted to offer her assistance once...

Pleas Don’t Dessert Me

Pleas don’t dessert me. From the desk of Ms. Grammar Person Fear not, Gentle Writer, for help has arrived.  Rest assured that your grimaces and groans, your grinding of teeth has not gone unnoticed. And, because Mrs. Grammar Person abhors the grinding of...