Now is the perfect time to find a gift for the writer or bibliophile on your holiday shopping list.
Surprise the person in your life who silently corrects your grammar and argues heatedly (and correctly) that “log in” (as a verb) is two words and not one: Give them a present that promotes their linguistic prowess.
Here are eight ideas:
1. “Word Ways: The Journal of Recreational Linguistics“
I subscribed to this journal as a birthday present to myself and have not been disappointed.
Each quarterly issue features word games, puzzles, proofs, cartoons and more. You have to read it to believe it.
We’ve all thought it—and now it’s on a tote bag. Get the writer in your life one from Zazzle.com.