For some, level 4 may seem like a fabled oasis beyond a harsh and inhospitable landscape. You know that you too could drink from those waters if only the oppressive heat of comma usage and awkward phrasing would stop beating down on you. Why can't a cloud ever push that heat away and let your message stand alone for what it is? Who cares about commas anyway?
I would like to share a tale with all of you, the brave authors of textbroker.com, that has been passed down from the editors of old. This story involves a young man named Sir Antecedent and his noble steed Predicus.
Stormgod shares his writing sercrets.
One big difference between level 4 or 5 writers and those of a lower quality level is the ability to correctly use words with respect to both their meaning and spelling. Some of what we'll discuss you may have heard already. Whatever the case, below is what we as editors have noticed in the recent work we reviewed as of late.
While AP Style is largely sound, there are a few rules that are quite subjective. Here are a few clarifications from Textbroker for where we stand on these issues.