Typos – and how to avoid them

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I’ve written a short downloadable info sheet about proofreading, to help you avoid typos, grammar mistakes and other errors in your printed work. As always, I’m here to help if you simply don’t have time to proofread everything you write with the attention it deserves, or if your brain doesn’t work like that.

And I found a fab new thing the other day. You’ve heard of Murphy’s Law, right – if anything can go wrong it will.

Well, this is Muphry’s Law: “If you write anything criticizing editing or proofreading, there will be a fault of some kind in what you have written.”*

I sincerely hope that, due to the fact that I’m not criticising editing or proofreading, that I’ve escaped this one. But please let me know!!

* yes, it’s a real thing – see Wikipedia!

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