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Are you familiar with the ‘interrobang’? Merriam-Webster defines ‘interrobang’ as:


a punctuation mark  designed for use especially at the end of an exclamatory rhetorical question


Though seldom used, it was designed to replaced the combined use of a question mark and exclamation point, like in the following sentence: 


She said what?! (see Interrobang)


To test your knowledge of lesser-known punctuation marks, try Mental Floss‘ “$#@!: The Punctuation Quiz“.  


To read more about punctuation and grammar, try:



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So, I’ve decided to take up author Maureen Johnson‘s Blog Every Day April (BEDA) challenge, as described on her website:


Here is my pledge:

I commit to this idea and am determined to create something EVERY DAY in April, including weekends. Every day, I will find something to say. I embrace the reality that there is always something to talk about, if you are willing to take the time to look for it. 

I craftyveganlibrarian promise to blog every day in April (beginning today, Friday, April 10th).

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New Blog

Hello and welcome to my new blog. To see my previous blogging efforts, check out my long abandoned Vox blog:

Eat, Read and Be Merry, http://eatreadbemerry.vox.com/

Eat, Read and Be Merry

Old Blog: Eat, Read and Be Merry

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