Happy Proofreading Day! Go thank an editor, and ensure your participles aren’t dangling. Since reading dry grammar textbooks doesn’t = much fun for even the biggest of grammar nerds, we’ve got five playful, witty books for you that’ll instantly improve your grammar. I promise they’re all just a little more fun to read than The Elements of Style!
We have good news and bad news. The bad news is that the San Diego Comic-Con 2021 is cancelled (booing, tears). The good news is that they’re moving some of their events online. Due to Covid-19 safety concerns, CCI will be cancelling all in-person events at San Diego, as well as their Spring WonderCon event for later this March. However, like last year, [email protected] will be a free three-day event occurring in late July. Some of the panels and events expected to happen at the Spring Comic-Con will be held there instead. While it won’t be quite at the same …
Today, we remember Victor Hugo, one of the most popular French authors of all time. We also recognize him for what he’s most-known for: being absurdly wordy and going on long-winded rants.
For this accursed holiday, I’d like to share a list of some of my favorite cute, fluffy, M/M romances that you can project yourself onto to distract yourself from the isolation and wine that usually go along with the holiday. Or you could read them along with isolation and wine. Whatever gets you through it.