Apostrophes, those little commas in the air, are a fairly misunderstood punctuation mark. Time and time again, writers try to use apostrophes to make things plural. But be it a name, date, or abbreviation, apostrophes are not used to make
As a writer, it’s really easy to get to a place where you feel you’re too busy to write. Although writers are notorious for procrastination and poor time management skills (I’m not judging—I’m a writer, too!), there is usually more
Durham Editing and E-books will be out of the office during the week of July 19-25. We will return emails as soon as possible. Thank you. We look forward to meeting all your writing needs.
It’s July, and here in the United States, we celebrate freedom this month. Fireworks, cook-outs, and apple pie are our usual traditions. This year, we’d like to suggest a new tradition: thanking the people who risk their lives protecting the
As I’m sure you’ve heard, writing is a process. It’s so much of a process that there are different processes to the writing process. The 4-Step Process gave way to the 5-Step Process and has now moved even further to