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Stop Pushing Your Modifiers Around!

Stop Pushing Your Modifiers Around! by Kathleen Watson Modifiers are supposed to add meaning or clarification. A misplaced modifier can do just the opposite. Consider these differing connotations of often: College students who meet often with their advisers make better … Continue reading

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Top Tips for Using Apostrophes with Letters, Words, and Numbers

Top Tips for Using Apostrophes with Letters, Words, and Numbers by Kathleen Watson The apostrophe helps us form contractions (what’s new), shows us that something is missing (rock ‘n’ roll), and helps us create possessives and plurals. These examples will … Continue reading

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Silly Goofs You Can Avoid for a More Professional Book or Blog Post

Silly Goofs You Can Avoid for a More Professional Book or Blog Post by Laura Orsini I don’t usually teach writing. Ask any of the members of the Phoenix Publishing & Book Promotion Meetup. We talk very little about writing … Continue reading

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