#1 Way to Acquire Better Grammar Skills

What is the #1 way to acquire better grammar skills? Read books. You learn what’s correct by immersing yourself in it. What is correct sounds right and what isn’t sounds wrong, because you’ve trained yourself to pay attention to language by reading. But how are you supposed to carry all those books around? You need this bag:

grammar day giveaway

 

How to win:

  1. Leave a comment. You can tell me what book you can’t wait to carry around in the bag if you win. 
  2. Tweet, share, or pin this post and leave a comment telling me what you did.

I’ll pick a winner at random and announce the name on this post and contact the winner Saturday (March 9th) at noon (EST).

Winner: Caroline & her tweet! Look for an email from me Caroline! 

Details: bag from Pam Fugate Designs on Etsy. You can pick from six colors. Takes 2-3 weeks for delivery. Click for more info on the bag. I (Sandra) am not responsible for delays in shipping or production issues, but I will resolve any issues that may arise between winner and supplier (Pam Fugate Designs).

Comments

  1. Oh my word … I think I’d stuff my bag with all the books on writing I haven’t had time to read. “On Writing” by Stephen King being the first on my list.

    What an adorable bag!!

  2. Beth says:

    This bag is so cute! I would carry my own book that I am writing…you never know when you need to jot something down in that notebook!

  3. I love it! I’d definitely carry my stack of library books to and from, as well as my bible and study resources to bible study! Thanks for the opportunity!

  4. irene says:

    I can’t wait 2 carry the new God book by Roma Downey & Mark Burnett in this cute bag 🙂

  5. Deb says:

    This is such a sweet bag. I would love to win it for my granddaughter who LOVES to read big books!

  6. I love the bags and books!
    I re-tweeted

  7. I cannot wait to read Khaled Hosseini’s new book And the Mountains Echoed!

  8. Rachee says:

    I would have to have a crochet book (The happy Hooker) a hook and yarn to accompany Victoria Schwab’s The Archived.

  9. Love, love, love this bag! I want to read “Quiet” (yep, one of the few who hasn’t read it yet) and “Start” by Jon Acuff.

  10. Donna says:

    Pinned it!

  11. Love the bag.
    I would carry Lysa Terkeurst’s book Unglued.
    My ESV study bible.
    Esther by Beth Moore
    And any others the library will let me borrow.
    M. Waters

  12. Harriet says:

    I would carry the Lord of the Rings trilogy in it. I have a monstrous, heavy hardback that needs its own separate bag.
    I pinned this 🙂

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  14. Kama says:

    I would totally carry my Bible and my Bible study materials in it. 🙂

  15. Kama says:

    I shared on facebook. I sure hope you get a lot of entries (but hopefully I’ll win). 😉

  16. Dawn says:

    Sandra, I’d carry my Bible, journal, copy of Jesus Calling, and Beyond the Beautiful Forevers, our book club’s current pick. 🙂 Retweeting!

  17. Dawn says:

    Strike that, the title is Behind the Beautiful Forevers.

  18. I would carry my Bible for sure, and my journal. I will retweet now.

  19. Cindy Orick says:

    I posted to FB! I would love to carry around my own book. I’m working on a horror Christian novel. Almost finished, minus editing. Great bag! I’d also stuff it full of my grammar for dummies books.

  20. Amy says:

    I just started a book by Julie Klassen (can’t remember the title right now!) but when I finish, I want to read Soul’s Gate by James Rubart.

  21. Amy says:

    I shared this on facebook!