Boundary Issues

Contains filler.Title: “Balance”

Author: Angie Grace

Rank: 4

Blurb: “Best selling coloring book artist Angie Grace invites you to relax and explore the intricate and exquisite world of stress mending circular whimsical art. Stroke by stroke, shade by shade, tension and worries fade away as you transform Angie’s beautiful black and white lines into your own unique, personal and beautiful keepsake art piece.”

Review: “Coloring is harder as an adult than when you’re young.”

Customers Also Bought: More grownup coloring books than you can imagine.

Footnote: It must be such a joy to exercise other people’s creativity.

Balance [Amazon]

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11 Comments

Okay, grammarians with a penchant for the Oxford comma, this one’s for you. I still can’t stop laughing.

@¡Andrew!: @mellbell: Honestly, I don’t understand why there’s a controversy when the Oxford comma is so clearly essential.

@ManchuCandidate: A coloring book sounds pretty soothing, honestly.

@¡Andrew!: @mellbell: I have never used the comma in this way in my entire life. After seeing the illustrations, I went to my trusty olde grammar book (English Grammar and Composition, Harcourt Brace 1963) and all of their examples show to use it this way. I feel that missed that lesson somehow.

Wow, I did not see a CONservative landslide coming in the UK elections (and neither did anyone else). Even though their accents make them sound like they gots the smarts, the English are just as stupid as US!

@SanFranLefty: Right? I kinda want to order this along with a 64-count box of Crayolas.

@Mistress Cynica: The tragedy of Crayolas was that they didn’t stay sharp for long, especially if your younger sibling(s) messed with them.

@Dodgerblue: The box of 64 had a sharpener in the side–one of my favorite features.

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