And hallelujah!

On weekends I like to mix up the format a bit. Enjoy!

Today I bring you a quote from one of my favorite writers, Isaac Asimov, from his book Asimov on Science Fiction.

Asimov was a very sensible sort of person, and a very sensible sort of writer, too. He felt, as I do, that writers must pay attention to learning proper grammar and spelling. He says it well here: “if your spelling and grammar are rotten, you won’t be writing a great and gorgeous story. Someone who can’t use a saw and hammer doesn’t turn out stately furniture.”

Amen.

See you tomorrow!

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