I hope you’re enjoying my series of blog posts about changes in the new 17th edition of The Chicago Manual of Style. If you have just discovered this, click here to see the first, second and third posts. I started with some punctuation additions. But I wanted to blog about this one separately since this […]
The Chicago Manual of Style is coming out with a new edition in September, and I’ve heard they’ve come up with a rule about using they, their, and them as singular pronouns. They say it’s acceptable in “informal” writing but not recommended for “formal” writing. Which begs the question … what constitutes formal vs. informal […]
A couple of years ago, I read an absolutely amazing book by my friend Robin Jones Gunn titled Victim of Grace. If you haven’t read it, get online right now and buy a copy. Buy multiple copies so you can give the extras as Christmas gifts. It truly is life-changing and perspective-changing! And a really […]
This week I am thrilled to introduce you to my Virtual Assistant, Joanne Reese. I’ve known Joanne for several years through the Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference. We connected again at last year’s PENCON, and when I mentioned to her that I needed a new assistant, she offered her services. She’s been working with […]
A warm welcome to my guest blogger, Kelly Wilson Mize, a contributing author to 21 Days of Love: Stories that Celebrate Treasured Relationships.