Facebook group turned book venture and blawg ranked nationally. This girl has got it going on.
Check this out:
Law Student’s New Book Showcases the Lighter Side of Bad Grammar
Sharon Eliza Nichols, a second-year law student at Alabama, recently parlayed her Facebook group titled, “I judge you when you use poor grammar,” into a book deal with St. Martin’s Press. Her book, I Judge You When You Use Poor Grammar: A Collection of Egregious Errors, Inadvertent Bloopers, and Other Linguistic Slip-Ups, is set for release later this year.
For those of us interested in blogs outside our typical web surfing, there are blawgs–law blogs–that comment on some pertinent–and some entertaining–issues that our country faces in the midst of economic and political turmoil, how they will effect daily lives and the law. One such blawg is above the law, and another, thank you ma’am
Nichols guest blogs at AboveTheLaw.com and maintains her own blog, “Thank You Ma’am,” which was voted recently as the top law student blog in the “2008 ABA Journal Blawg 100.”
i love it when people are responding to a topic, but they misspell a word or do something completely wrong…i especially love it if someone is trying to by witty or sarcastic or overly smart (i.e. the liberals or florida fans) and they totally screw it up through the use of awful grammar…>this comment may not be grammatically correct. don’t judge me. boom.