Author Archives: prairiewoods

5 Ways to Strength Your Author’s Foundation (guest post)

(I immediately related to the message in this article.  It doesn’t matter what sort of writing you or I do, whether it is copywriting, self-help books, a novel, children’s books or even an essay for class — this post has … Continue reading

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It’s, its

Two words often misspelled or used interchangeably are: it’s and its.  I know they sound the same when you’re speaking, but each has its (ha, ha!) own unique meaning when you are writing. It’s is a contraction, short for “it is”.  The best way … Continue reading

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There, Their, They’re

I often see these three words – there, their, and they’re – misspelled or used interchangeably.  I know they all sound the same when you’re speaking, but each has its own unique use when you are writing. THEY’RE is the easiest … Continue reading

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Editing and Proofreading

Do you require perfection in your written documents?  Whether you find others pointing out mistakes you missed or you’re simply too busy with your primary duties to carefully pore over lines and lines of text, looking for errors, I am … Continue reading

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Copywriting

 Need help crafting a message that will be heard by your target audience? After 14 years of transcribing, editing, and proofreading political debates on topics ranging from hospital closures to elk farming, from million dollar budgets to foster care, and … Continue reading

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