Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Posted by Laurel Garver on Wednesday, December 18, 2013 10 comments
Looking for the perfect little something for your editor, or the amazing crit partner who catches every last mistake? Never fear, the grammarian gift guide is here!


Let the world know to mind their there and they're usage. This nifty tote can be customized for the recipient. Available from the Grammar Police Zazzle shop.


Every great meal can be just a little more educational with grammar rules dishes. Available from grammarRULES!

This set of tea-themed grammatical mugs could only come from one place--England, of course. Available from the Literary Gift Company.

Forget about Gale vs. Peeta. Where do your loyalties lie when it comes to serial commas? Available from TeamGrammar at Cafe Press.

A gentle reminder that proofreading matters. Carry on in style. Available from keepcalmbax shop at Zazzle.


Think that misusing apostrophes is no big deal? Think again. As this shirt clearly states, "Every time you use an apostrophe to make a word plural, a kitten dies." Help alert the world to this tragic problem. Available from LitLogic at Zazzle


What are you wishing for this Christmas?

10 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, I'm dying over those last two. Bwa-ha-ha! Amazing!

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    1. The apostrophes one is my personal favorite. They also have mugs, totes and tees with that design.

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  2. Love these!! The tableware is awesome.

    Happy reading and writing! from Laura Marcella @ Wavy Lines

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    1. Fun, right? Several of these sites have loads of goodies I'd love.

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  3. These are the best. I'm adding them to my wishlist. :)

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    1. A number of these designs are also available as budget-friendly magnets or pins.

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  4. I adore all of these! Anything grammar-nerd fits my wish list :)

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    1. All of these sites have fabulous grammar-loving goodies. Happy shopping!

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  5. Oh, where would I be without that comma! ;)

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  6. As someone trained in AP style (which doesn't use it), I took a few years to come around. But cartoons like this helped change my mind: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-LywpA5Fwt4w/UGIX5AW4UuI/AAAAAAAADzU/JXBTrIBiUCc/s320/the-oxford-comma-eric-edelman.jpg

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