Hello, Write Owls. Welcome to Day 30, the final day of Grammar 110. Congratulations! You’ve made it to the end of the course. I hope you learned about grammar and punctuation during the past month. If you’re new to grammar, I hope you have a decent understanding of how it works. If you struggle with grammar, I hope these lessons clarified some things for you.
There’s a page on my website (jlweinmeister.com) with writer resources. There are links to AuthorTube videos and references to craft books. I only include references I personally use and support—not all resources are good! I note which resources I don’t recommend, too, so you don’t waste your time and money on them.
There will be more camps in the future. Some will have different writing content, and others will have more in-depth discussions of the material from Grammar 110. There won’t be any more camps this year (I’m getting ready to start grad school and will be too busy!) Look for announcements next spring or summer, which will be my annual camp season. If you liked this camp, you can check out Storytelling 101, which covers the basics of writing, such as characters, worldbuilding, and subplots.
If you participated in Grammar 110, whether it was one lesson or all of them, I’d appreciate it if you’d answer some questions in the comments, so I can better develop future Camp Write Owl courses for you.
1. Did you find any of the lessons in Grammar 110 helpful? If not, why weren’t they helpful?
2. Did I explain topics well enough? (Sometimes I forget things I’ve known forever are new to other people and don’t explain them thoroughly if at all.)
3. Which topic(s) would you like to see more in-depth discussions of in future camps?
4. What topic(s) would you like to see that weren’t represented in Grammar 110?