Full disclosure: I never bought into any of the myths so I'm really sharing to pat myself in the back because I've known these myths all along. It's always good to be validated.
10 Myth-Busting Answers to
10 FAQs on Grammar,
Writing and Publishing
by Brian A. Klems
Can you end a sentence with a preposition? Should you always start a novel with action? There are many so-called writing rules that you hear every day, but not all of them are true.
Here are 10 common writing myths debunked.
1. GUILTY OF IMPROPER PREPOSITIONING?
Q: You can’t end a sentence with a preposition, can you?
A: Actually, you can.
There isn’t a real grammar commandment that says “Thou Shalt Not End Sentences With Prepositions.” Modern grammar books l…