21 Rules on How & When to Use A Comma

We’ve noticed a slightly disturbing fact about comma usage. Most writers don’t know how to do it. I’ve seen it in bestsellers, in self-published, and frequently missed by editors. Once you get the rules down, less confusion results in less editing, at least punctuation wise. We found a great infographic from Lousywriter.com to remind you:

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A.L. Mabry is an Executive Editor for Our Write Side. As an author, she enjoys writing in all genres and forms, even grocery lists. She is an artist and Wiccan who has an obsessive love of vampires, kilts, and blue butterflies. She is passionate about many topics and her posts are often laced with the snarky sense of humor one acquires from raising five teenagers, all at once. In her downtime, she can be found with her loving husband, Shawn and their children. She maintains her shreds of sanity with yoga, tea, and cats.
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One thought on “21 Rules on How & When to Use A Comma”

  1. Stephanie Ayers says:

    This is such a great find! Thanks for the tips!

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