Who are the Grammar Police? The grammar police are people who have a compulsive urge to correct other people's grammar, often in public. We're talking about those individuals who cross the line by dishing out public corrections, with the intent of making themselves feel superior while putting others down.
Losing my mom and my grandma are two of the hardest realities I'll ever have to face. But I look at my career path, my friendships, and the unexpected professional turns I've taken, and one thing is clear: In life and in death, they've taught me that our existence is too damn short to not bet on your version of happy. This is mine.
. "I've decided I'm going to write," I said, listening to how self-important that sentence sounded wafting through the air. "Really?" he said. "I didn't know you were a writer." If he meant had I ever made a comfortable living as a writer -- or even an uncomfortable one -- the answer was "no." If he meant had anyone ever heard of me, nope.
It's not a passing thing. We're not going to stop working on this idea. Not for a long time. We're incredibly happy with its success. We love the writers we have discovered and we can't wait to discover more. We're proud of what Write A House has accomplished so far, and we're very curious to see what it will do next.