Ms. Spinster's Novel Grammar: More Novel Her Punctuation, Spelling, Style . . .

330 Novel Rules of grammar, punctuation, spelling, style—each one truly fabulous (in the manner of a fable), “a short narrative making an edifying or cautionary point, often employing as characters animals that speak and act like humans.”
500 celebrities glamorously bringing the rules to light and to life.
350 mirth-inducing photoshops, as colorfully novel as the celebrities they make light of. More
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About David Madison

Canadian by birth, expatriate by climate, David Madison is a fabulous writer. But if you’ve read this novel grammar, you already know that. Each of the 330 tales illustrating a rule is written in the manner of a fable, “a short narrative making an edifying or cautionary point, often employing as characters animals that speak and act like humans.” He is a permanent resident of Belize, which, being situated below Mexico on the Caribbean Sea, is fabulous in its own right. But one look at a map will undeceive you: it is nowhere near as fabulous as he is. When he’s not being fabulous, in one sense, he spends the remainder of his waking hours answering the question What qualifies you to write a grammar book? His ready answer, marvelous for its concision, is that he has some five more years of school learning than Mark Twain, and far fewer cats. While those seeming disqualifications are sinking in, he is quick to emphasize that he correctly said far fewer, not far less cats.

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