Miss Wisherley’s Bus Adventures (Don’t Judge a Book by it’s Cover 1) January 22, 2018 Posted by Nathan Miss Wisherley’s Bus Adventures (Don’t Judge a Book by it’s Cover 1) That’s chutzpah, that’s what it is. (Also: “It’s Cover.”) (h/t Ian) Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleTumblrPinterest Tags: art for a refrigerator, aspect ratio, font overload, readability, seizure risk, typo ◀ New Covers For Old: The Next Generation, Part XV Outcast ▶ Comments Cher on acid. Loading... Reply May we judge a book by its author’s understanding of the apostrophe? (Note in the Amazon blurb “Emma get’s a bus ticket, and the adventure begins.”) Loading... Reply Oh no, it gets worse! Weirdly enough, she gets “its” right in that same blurb. That misplaced comma has gotta go somewhere, I guess. Loading... Reply Better Subtitle: Miss Wisherley’s LSD-Fueled Trip to the 15th Dimension Where Apostrophes Run Amock Loading... Reply For the rampant ignorance of proper use of apostrophes, I blame the one Who Killed the Schoolmarm http://lousybookcovers.com/?p=1454226 . Loading... Reply Even THE WHO wouldn’t ride this magic bus. Loading... Reply But those wheels rock! Loading... Reply Oval wheels rock! Loading... Reply They do, but they don’t roll. 😀 Loading... Reply Do not judge a book by it is cover… Loading... Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Current ye@r * Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.