Win a Copy of “37 Things to Know About Grammar”

Grammar Book

Grammar Book
37 Things to Know About Grammar
We’ve got something special for you today! Do you remember the grammar book that we reviewed some time ago? It is titled “37 Things to Know About Grammar”, and it is a brilliant book in that it makes grammar fun. If you have memories of your grammar teacher acting like the a policeman without a sense of humor, you can forget about that. This book gives you some of the most important principles in English grammar without making you feel as if you were back in school.

For writers who may need a quick reference, the book is a handy tool. For non-native English speakers and writers, the book is a perfect guide.

Matteson Claus, the author of the book, has generously agreed to giveaway THREE copies of her work to FWJ readers. How cool is she?

All you need to do is to join the contest by following the guidelines below.

Step 1: Copy & paste the following, and then tweet it:

I want to win a copy of “37 Things to Know About Grammar” from @FreelanceWJ! Enter here: #WinGrammarBook #contests

Step 2: Leave us a comment on this page to let us know you tweeted, and paste the link to your tweet in your comment. (Note that our comments are moderated, so your comment may not show up immediately after you click the “Post Comment” button.)

THREE winners will be selected at random from the commenters on or around 8:00 pm EST on Wednesday, January 25. Winners will be notified via Twitter, after which you’ll send your mailing address to Matteson herselfso that she can send you your prize. Don’t forget to thank her if you win!

Important: You can enter the contest once per day between now and the 25th.

Note that this contest is open only to residents of the United States and Canada.

Happy commenting and tweeting!






43 responses
  1. Dixie Avatar

    I want the free book. Here’s my tweet link.

  2. Derek Thompson Avatar

    What’s wrong with the UK? :o(

    1. Noemi Twigg Avatar
      Noemi Twigg

      Sorry, Derek. Matteson is shipping the books herself, and she is based in the US. 🙂

  3. Dean Vanderkolk Avatar
  4. Monique Berry Avatar
  5. Jessica Avatar

    Sounds exciting! I tweeted:!/JessR189

  6. Brittany Pedersen Avatar
    Brittany Pedersen

    I tweeted @shadowprancer!/shadowprancer

  7. Barb Johnson Avatar
    Barb Johnson

    Sure would love the book!
    I tweeted today @barbarjo

  8. Crystal Avatar

    I want to win a copy of “37 Things to Know About Grammar” from @FreelanceWJ! Enter here: #WinGrammarBook #contests!/crystaleynon

  9. Lauren Avatar
  10. Gerard Avatar

    Just tweeted…because I really do want to be one of the lucky 3 and win a copy of “37 Things to Know About Grammar” 🙂

  11. Sarah Avatar

    Wow, I hope I can get a copy! Thanks for the contest, much appreciated!

  12. Julia Kate Avatar
    Julia Kate

    My grammar could use a little brushing up!

  13. LaVon Avatar

    I want to win a copy of “37 Things to Know About Grammar” from @FreelanceWJ! I tweeted thanks so much for the contest..

  14. Jessica Avatar

    Would love to win this! Here’s my tweet:!/JessR189

  15. Eric Avatar


    Might sound like a nerd, but I love grammar!

  16. Merry Mahaffey Avatar
    Merry Mahaffey

    And finally:!/merrymahaffey/statuses/162165494927998976

    Thanks for the contest, FWJ, and for offering the book, Matteson!

  17. Allan Douglas Avatar!/AllanDouglasDgn/status/162164070370377728
    I think that’s right: I’ve never gone looking for the URL to a single tweet before! I learn something new every day on FWJ.

  18. Jena Roach Avatar

    My third tweet. Can you see how much I want this book?? 🙂!/JenaMRoach/status/162183429537017856

    1. Noemi Twigg Avatar
      Noemi Twigg

      Aww…sorry Jena. Next time?

  19. Sarah Avatar

    This would be an awesome addition to my Language Arts classroom! Super awesome!

    I’ve also been Tweeting about it ::!/BleuBrunette/statuses/162361486461767682

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