The one book to which I owe all of my writing is the AP Stylebook. This may seem foreign to some, elementary to others, but I read this guide as if it were Harry Potter and its writing devices were my very own Chamber of Secrets.
Created by The Associated Press, this guide helped propel my writing form novice to consciously writing so that novices could comprehend my thoughts.
It explains why we write Atlanta or Boston as opposed to Savannah, Ga. or Salem, Ma. It taught me that I earned a bachelor’s degree but also that I earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in journalism.
“If there’s a way to write something, there’s also a correct way.”
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