This product will haunt your lips forever. As seen in an advertisement for lip butter: “Supernatural” is a word, which is why software probably didn’t pick it up. Be careful with your spelling!
by Anita Stratos, Proof Positive editor Picture this: you’re craving apple pie – one of those “just gotta have it” days – so you go to your favorite café and order up a slice. Your mouth waters when the server … Continue reading →
If you read this carefully, you’ll realize this menu item would be dangerous to consume…and potentially disgusting. What funny misspellings have you seen lately?
Dearest authors, I’ve heard the question time and time again: what qualifies me to be an editor and own an editing company? I’ve gotten many questions about my education and my experience, so here’s a video in which I talk … Continue reading →
Announcement: Proof Positive’s Facebook page has reached over 100 likes! We’re so happy to share our advice and friendship with you that we’re giving away a $25 Amazon gift card through Rafflecopter this week. Just visit Proof Positive’s Facebook page … Continue reading →
Get Down With The Awethors co-creator D.M. Cain graciously suggested that I should do an interview too. As I haven’t published a full book yet, I thought I’d take her up on it in a different way: by telling you why … Continue reading →
Every time you misspell “tie-dye”, a tie loses its life. Stop the violence – hire a proofreader!
by Anita Stratos, Proof Positive Editor I have a confession to make. I’m a binge word writer. I tend to binge on certain words or phrases when writing a first draft like they were my favorite flavor of ice cream. … Continue reading →
Writing groups are great – there’s nothing better than spending time with people who have the same desire to write as you do and understand the writing life. Everyone brings something new to the table, whether it’s an opinion, something … Continue reading →
“But Your Honor, I intended to help that little old lady across the street. Her purse handle just happened to loop over my arm, and I didn’t realize it was there until I was several blocks away and that cop … Continue reading →