A writing handbook that celebrates the infinite pizzazz
Writers know it instinctively: Verbs make a sentence zing.
Grammar gurus agree: Drama in writing emerges from the interplay of
a subject (noun) and a predicate (verb). Constance Hale, the
best-selling author of Sin and Syntax, zooms in on the
colorful world of verbs. Synthesizing the pedagogical and the
popular, the scholarly and the scandalous, Hale combines the wit of
Bill Bryson... more...