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The few pages I have just read from this book are so absolutely full of spelling, punctuation and grammar mistakes that I couldn't bear to read any further! The mistakes are of the most basic kind, and in every paragraph, possibly every sentence, starting from the opening one in which Cherine Blackwood acknowledges the Holy Spirit and God! I am very pleased about that, but while this is not the place to discuss the doctrine of the Trinity, I do think all Christian churches teach it! 'God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit' is saying that the Holy Spirit IS God.
She also gives thanks for encouragement to precede (proceed?) with the project, says trail when, I think, she means trial (p11) and (just picking out a few) on p12 she wants to shear some of her past! (If only we could .. !) There are capital letters in the middle of sentences, and lower case letters starting paragraphs!
I know that some find reading and spelling difficult, and I condemn no one for that, but couldn't she at least have used the spell-check, and because we know these are not foolproof, it is usual to also get a book proof-read.
I was unable to make much sense of the rest of p12 also. " .. people try to take disadvantage of .." Surely she means the opposite?! Also I find it difficult to interpret the last three paras. of that same page. They seem little more than jumbled words.
P13 begins with 'Then he came closer to the bed I was dyeing ..' What colour were you dyeing it I wonder?? A quick glance ahead shows me the rest is much the same, so at this point I gave up. If Cherine Blackwood can get such basic stuff wrong, how do I know the rest of what she says is right?
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