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One-Liner Wednesday – Words to live by


Someone handed out advice in one of my editors’ groups today saying we shouldn’t correct anyone’s grammar unless we’re being paid to.

I said those are words I live by. Also, they’re words I live on.

(Get it?)

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Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

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  23. “Someone handed out advice in one of my editors’ groups today saying we shouldn’t correct anyone’s grammar unless we’re being paid to.

    I said those are words I live by. Also, they’re words I live on.

    (Get it?)”

    Got it.


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