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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Reviewer in wordy, nerdy heaven!

Teatime with Mrs. Grammar Person
By Barbara Venkataraman

Genre: Language & Grammar  
Available on Amazon
Five-Stars for Kindle edition

Reviewed by D. A. Sarac of The Editing Pen

Oh the joy, the delight, the thrill of perusing these beautiful pages. Reference information with character. Lessons with spunk. And a sweet little story going on in the background. Which is my favorite? The one in verse (truly amazing) or the language of love--or the one about malapropisms? Get your sticky notes ready and brew some tea. What a find. I'm in heaven. I'm in nerdy, wordy heaven.


 Fear not, Gentle Writer, Mrs. Grammar Person is here and she has the answers to all of the questions you never thought to ask. As a dedicated and serious grammarian, she will do what it takes to be entertaining and enlightening, but never vulgar or coarse. Heavens, no! Where are her smelling salts? Warm and witty, Mrs. G.P. makes grammar interesting with rhyming, wishful thinking, story-telling and a champagne toast. You are cordially invited to join her for a spot of tea!
Learn more about Barbara Venkataraman at She is author of the Jamie Quinn Mystery Series & the “Quirky Essays for Quirky People” Series, three-time winner of the “Indie Book of the Day” Award, anHonorable Mention in the Readers’ Favorite Contest for nonfiction humor.
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