Another Look at Commas

Commas are the bane of my writing existence. It’s amazing how one tiny, squiggly, thingamajig (okay, punctuation mark) can create such havoc. If you don’t believe me consider the following:

Comma Post Comma Post 5 comma Post-2 comma Post-4 Comma Post -6 images

See what I mean? Been there, done that; fortunately, for those of us who struggle with the almighty comma, we have the  Grammar Revolution. This week, Elizabeth O’Brien offers us a refresher and One Easy Comma Rule.

If you want additional help with grammar and punctuation, check out Elizabeth and all her helpful lessons at Grammar Revolution.

What about you? What is your most frequent punctuation sin? I’d love to hear your thoughts on the subject. Join the conversation. Talk to me or tell me your story. I’m all ears.

6 thoughts on “Another Look at Commas

  1. As an author, an editor, and a former English teacher I share your frustration with the comma. However, I found humor in most of the errors that crossed my path in all three careers. “Time to eat Grandma!” is a favorite. Thanks for sharing.

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