Almost every writer has a pet peeve regarding grammar or the proper use of words. Years ago I wrote something (several things, I think) about the use of "in fairness," which infested Philippine media then.
Now I discovered a blog about the misuse of the word "literally." Literally, A Web Blog is a site (a web blog, literally) that tracks down such errors in media, usually with a corresponding silly illustration or Photoshopped graphic.
The abuses are unbelievable. Sometimes people use "literally" to mean the exact opposite. They really meant to say "figuratively" or "metaphorically" but are probably too stupid or lazy to look up the word so they say "literally." "Literarily" is probably better (and what some of them really meant to say); I'm just not sure if it's a real word or if that is the proper use for it.
Thanks to Orac for the link. Writers, bookmark this site and try to contribute if you spot anything. I don't know how effective it'll be in improving grammar in general, but at least we'll get a hearty laugh out of it, literally.