There’s a definite art to creating a dot point list and some of the skill involved is about the visual choices you make. But there are some other things to consider, too.Continue reading “The Art Of The Dot Point List”
The controversy over the Oxford comma still rages on. Otherwise cool-headed writers and academics get quite hot and bothered when the subject is raised.
I’m not sure why.
It seems pretty obvious that using the comma unnecessarily can make writing clunky. Leaving it out, though, can make a real mess of intended meaning.Continue reading “Shooting Clay Pigeons and Men: Oxford Comma”
Wondering how to use quotation marks correctly? My clients often tell me they aren’t completely sure. Should they be “double” or ‘single’? Which type is better, and in which circumstances? It can be a bit tricky, but it all depends on what you want quotation marks to do.Continue reading “How To Use Quotation Marks”