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There, their, and they're.

Your and you're.

To and too.

Then and than.

Passed and past.

Effect and affect.

Quiet and quite.

(and so many more)

Can you tell the difference between these words?

I have a hunch you know someone who can't, or gets confused on which to use on occasion.

That's why I did some research and created a book series for the good of us all.

TWISTED TALES

from Atop

GRAM'MAR MOUNTAIN

Illustrating the rules of basic grammar, one twisted fairy tale at a time.

Grammarlocks and the Three Theiyr'res

Book one in the Gram'mar Mountain series

(ages 8 and up)

Meet Grammarlocks, an annoying little brat with no sense of boundaries. Not unlike her mother. Yes, Goldilocks is alive and well (for now).


Papa There and Mama Their are off enjoying Baby They're's spelling bee. But the bears will be home soon, and they'll find that someone's been eating their alphabet soup! Will no one ever learn it's best not to disrespect three hungry theiyr'res?


Illustrated by the talented Brittany Penn.


NOTE: Friends, this isn't really a children's book. It's your passive-aggressive answer for those grown-up coworkers who still can't tell the difference among There, Their, and They're.  You're welcome.

Available on Amazon in e-book or paperback!

A short excerpt from Grammarlocks:

Your're Ewes: A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing, Part Tewe

Book two in the Gram'mar Mountain series

(ages 8 and up)

One day a stranger arrived on the grammar ewe’s farm,

but their sheepdog squashed their alarm.

Betty Lou and her crew

were the only ewes who knew

that they’d all soon come to harm.


Wooly Ops launched before the crack of dawn

to prevent a terrible fate.

Was Stu a good wolf like Old Blue said?

Or would a ewe be on his plate?


Illustrated by the talented Brittany Penn.


NOTE: Friends, this isn't really a children's book. It's your passive-aggressive answer for those grown-up coworkers who still can't tell the difference between Your and You're. You're welcome.


Available on Amazon in e-book or paperback!

A short excerpt from Ewes:

What are these books all about, anyway?

This video will help! :)

More twisted grammar tales are coming soon!

Tales from Atop Gram'mar Mountain is an evolving, multi-book series that illustrates basic grammar rules in a fun way. They're designed to be simple enough for kids to understand, but clever enough to educate adults without them even knowing it's happening.


Some books will be for elementary school kids, ages 8 and up, and be fun and only slightly dark. Others may be reminiscent of the Brothers Grimm fairy tales of yesteryear, and intended more for middle grades or above. These less-lighthearted tales will be clearly marked so as to help avoid warping fragile little minds and getting parents upset with me. But fair warning, several characters may not make it all the way to the final page. A Game of Grammar Thrones? Not quite, but it certainly won't be Veggie Grammartales.


All books in the series should be great fun for family, friends, and co-workers who annoy the poo out of you because they just can't seem to understand when to use you're instead of your, than instead of then, here instead of hear, etc. It annoys me, too, hence why Gram'mar Mountain bfdfdhe English plain through grammartonic activity over the geologic span of a single shake of a grammarlamb's tail. :)


Find Grammarlocks and future Gram'mar Mountain books on Amazon.com! You might also catch me at the Wordwraith Books LLC booth at one of the many literary and comic book conventions in and around the greater Kansas City area throughout any given year. Stop by and say hello!

- Rod Galindo                                                

Rod Galindo - Writer of Words

[email protected]

Brittany Penn - Painter of Pictures

See Brittany's website!

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