Thursday lunchtime- Catherine Dalling and I will be on BBC Radio Nottingham talking about the One Word Anthology, with Gareth Evans.
If you want to listen to the show live, you should be able to access it via the BBC iPlayer Radio pages in the UK.
Family members who are not otherwise occupied will be at home listening. And numerous friends will be tuning in to hear our efforts.
It is a bit scary- I did a short guest slot one New Year about five or six years ago, so it will be interesting to see how much has changed since then...
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Now I mentioned grammar earlier, and I know how some writers struggle with it - there are bits I'm still not sure of too. So a good book that explains every aspect clearly, with examples, is a very useful addition to the bookshelf.
So I'm going to suggest you have a look at 'Grammar for Grown-Ups' by Katherine Fry and Rowena Kirton. Amazon has a look inside option, and it's cheaper than at Waterstones (where I bought my copy). It even has a Table of Tenses which I know I'll find useful...
I didn't know about this book until I saw it in Waterstones today, when I was browsing the reference section. I've since discovered a couple of people I know have also bought a copy.
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I'll be doing my next blog post late Thursday, so I can include a link to the interview.
(That's assuming I don't get struck down with any seasonal bugs between now and then. :-) )