Novel writing grammatical mistakes are embarrassing. A misplaced comma or the absence of one altogether can destroy a thoughtfully worded sentence, leaving one’s readership asking: “Did I really just read that?”
Of the top grammatical errors in novels of both yesteryear as well as yesterday, poor punctuation seems to be the largest infraction. Though not the only grammatical transgression, it is one that can leave a readership pulling at their hair. Readmore..