I claim to be a “stickler for grammar,” and I hope you believe me, but it’s hard to prove when you see the error-free final product, not the proofreader’s or editor’s marks. Well today I present evidence to support my claim. In a recent e-newsletter, grammar expert Karen Reddick, “The Red Pen Editor,” recognized me for a question I sent to her after I spotted some questionable grammar in a newspaper article. Here’s what she sent:
Now do you trust Research Works to edit your documents?
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