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Linda Meckler caught my attention with her most recent offering: A book about mistakes in fiction. Presumably this includes grammar details. You may have noticed the “mistake” I made in the title of this post. That was intentional and you can see for yourself.
The formatting is more appropriate for a school report and then only as a first draft. Considering she’s charging six dollars for this work, it’s very underwhelming. The section on dialogue is only four paragraphs long and like the rest of the work, the formatting is more suited to a high school book report – and then only as a first draft.