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Simply Put: The Plain English Grammar Guide. The ultimate grammar book. Regardless of whether you are a professional writer or simply want to enhance your writing skills, Simply Put: The Plain English Grammar Guide, is the one to lend a hand.

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Mystery Books & Non-Fiction Books - No Mistakes Publishing

Posted: (1 months ago) Simply Put: The Plain English Grammar Guide. The ultimate grammar book. Regardless of whether you are a professional writer or simply want to enhance your writing skills, Simply Put: The Plain English Grammar Guide, is the one to lend a hand.

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Capitalizing Dialogue - No Mistakes Publishing

Posted: (5 days ago) About the Author: Giacomo Giammatteo is the author of gritty crime dramas about murder, mystery, and family.And he also writes non-fiction books including the No Mistakes Careers series as well as books about grammar and publishing. He lives in Texas where he and his wife have an animal sanctuary with 45 loving “friends.

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Communication or Communications - No Mistakes Publishing

Posted: (16 days ago) Communication is the art or process of communicating. It could be through speech, writing, email, or sign language. It doesn’t matter. People might use a communications system to communicate.

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List of Absolutes - No Mistakes Publishing

Posted: (2 days ago) List of Absolutes List of Absolutes. Absolutes are words that shouldn’t be modified. They are technically speaking—non-gradable adjectives, which means they can’t be compared or graded.. According to the Oxford American dictionary. Non-gradable adjectives are those with meanings which cannot be modified by adverbs.. In the past few decades there has been a trend to use adverbs to ...

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Do You Need an ISBN for eBooks - No Mistakes Publishing

Posted: (18 days ago) Everything You Need To Know About ISBNs. Be warned—this is a long post, but it covers a lot of ground, so bear with me. The first section deals with everything you need to know about ISBNs, or close to it. And the second section is devoted to a question I get asked all the time: Do you need an ISBN for eBooks? To begin, we’re going to dig a little deeper into the details of those crazy ...

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Hyphens and How to Use Them - No Mistakes Publishing

Posted: (5 days ago) It was a friendly-looking dog, but then it began growling, and it appeared to be a very-threatening dog. At first glance, this seems to be right, but a closer analysis will show that “very-threatening” does not need a hyphen.

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Printers for Self-Publishing—Who to Use to Print Your Book

Posted: (2 months ago) Printers for Self-publishing. The publishing world has experienced an explosion of new books, many of them from indie authors. According to Bowker more than 725,000 self-published works were registered in 2015. That should give you an idea of the number of books being published by indies.

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Lie, Lay, and Laid, the Most Confusing?

Posted: (3 days ago) First, let’s tackle the rules (grammatically). The verb, to lie, means to be in a horizontal, recumbent, or prostrate position. The opposite of stand.The conjugation for lie is lay is the past tense, and lain is the past perfect. (more on conjugation later).

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Do I Need Barcodes On My Books?

Posted: (3 days ago) The number on the bottom is the 10-digit ISBN and the “51799” tells the price. “5” tells the scanner it is in US currency, and the next 4 numbers tell the price.

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Absolutes, And Why You Shouldn't Use Them

Posted: (7 days ago) Absolutes: Absolutes are everywhere. Many of you remember The Princess Bride and the Spaniard uttering his now-famous line—You keep using that word.I do not think it means what you think it means. How can we ever forget Vizzini’s (Wallace Shawn) use of the word, inconceivable or Mad Max (Billy Crystal) pronouncing the Spaniard’s friend, Wesley, mostly dead, not dead. All ...

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