Turns out it’s a common mistake in BRITISH ENGLISH as well!

It’s been my observation that the most common mistake in American English is the old it’s versus its mistake. Turns out, it’s a pretty common mistake in British English too! And this from a “educational” website; just one of several British English punctuation, grammar, and spelling mistakes.

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Killer Biography!

Do you enjoy reading biography? Then run, don’t walk, to abebooks.com and pick up a copy of Madame An Intimate Biography of Helena Rubinstein, by Patrick O’Higgins. The story is terrific, but the writing…my dears, the writing is outstanding. Out. Standing.

The first thing I did was look up Mr. O’Higgins, to see if he was still living. Alas, he died in 1980, but wow! What a writer! What a vocabulary! What wit! Brilliant! A must-read!

In fact, I’ll make it easy. Here’s a link:

https://www.abebooks.com/servlet/SearchResults?sts=t&cm_sp=SearchF-_-home-_-Results&an=O%27Higgins&tn=madame&kn=&isbn=