As of January 21, 2016, this is an updated “Table of Contents” for our #weekly #grammar /punctuation feature. We’ve added our very first post, which was overlooked in previous versions. Contributors, please let me know if I need to make any other corrections/additions.
We hope this helps newcomers.
August 20: Your Weekly Dose of Grammar and Punctuation @thinkerv0
August 26: Make your sentences make sense @drmegsorick
September 2: Comma Splice @theanonymoustalker
September 9: Choosing the right word @drmegsorick
September 16: Avoiding Apostrophe Catastrophe @pamkirst2014
September 24: English grammar and style options. Plus proofreading tools. @dalees107
September 30: Cranky: that’s what I am! Misuse of the colon. @pamkirst2014
October 7: Wordiness @dalees107
October 14: Verb Tense @drmegsorick
October 22: Cranky Old English Teacher @pamkirst2014
October 29: Passive Voice @dalees107
November 4: Avoiding Repetition. @drmegsorick
November 18: Reflecting on the reflexive and who’s who @maddy1953
November 25: Grammar Time! @drmegsorick
December 3: Passive or active, slippery or secure?@maddy1953
December 10: Sometimes Fragmented, Always Searching for Independence @pamkirst2014
December 17: Say what you mean and mean what you say @dalees107
December 24: Apostrophes and Apostrophe Abuse @maddy1953
December 30: “Can we talk?” I asked. Writing dialogue! @drmegsorick
January 6: “Checking the Intake Valve.” @pamkirst2014
January 21: ““A Little Comma Relief” @pamkirst2014
And “How to make your post sticky” whenever you publish the weekly feature.
Please feel free to make comments and suggestions as to how to make this a better grammar feature. I don’t “own” it so anyone can come in and edit it with the approval of the admins. I’d like to put it in reverse with the newest first, but just lacking time this month. So busy helping my mom and keeping a diary of what all we are doing….