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Hi, I’m Carolin. After graduating from Okanagan College’s Writing and Publishing Program, I’m now following my dream of being a full-time publisher, along with a freelance editor and designer. I spend most of my spare time reading or working on my own novels.

Punctuation: The Exclamation Point

Definition: a punctuation mark (!) indicating an exclamation. Note: Do not rely on grammar or spelling checkers to identify missing or misused punctuation. Although a checker may flag possibly missing or incorrect marks, it cannot do much else. While I still recommend using these AI checkers while you’re writing, I insist that you also trust…

Punctuation: The Question Mark

Definition: a punctuation mark (?) indicating a question. Note: Do not rely on grammar or spelling checkers to identify missing or misused punctuation. Although a checker may flag possibly missing or incorrect marks, it cannot do much else. While I still recommend using these AI checkers while you’re writing, I insist that you also trust…

Review: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins 4 stars – I liked it; it was good The prequel book to the Hunger Games series which I bought as part of a hoard of books a little while ago. I first had to read the series, and at first, I thought this was a…

Punctuation: The Semicolon

Definition: a punctuation mark (;) indicating a pause, typically between two main clauses, that is more pronounced than that indicated by a comma. Note: Do not rely on grammar or spelling checkers to identify missing or misused punctuation. Although a checker may flag possibly missing or incorrect marks, it cannot do much else. While I…

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