Do You Suffer From Grammar Trolls? How to Rise Above [INFOGRAPHIC]

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    • Elizabeth Towle says:

      Very clever and amusing infographic (sorry my computer doesn’t think that’s a word!!) But I loved your post and also all the others you’ve shared. Thanks so much for your expertise and generosity.

    • I think grammar trolls are to be pitied. Does any serious writer have time to deconstruct another human beings efforts? I used to really worry about them, my confidence was low before beginning a story without actually getting caught out. I read every book out there trying to learn the golden rules of grammar and it didn’t stick. The only way to beat them is to spend more time writing and getting better at the craft.Practice doesn’t always make perfect but it certainly improves. Ignore them and be the better person.

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