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The Reporter April 2018

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IN THIS ISSUE:
  • 15 Common Grammar Mistakes that Kill Your Writing Credibility
  • How to Organize Digital Files for Your (Paperless) Law Firm
  • Confusing Words of the Week
  • Seven Proven Time Management Tips for Busy Office Managers
  • What’s in a Name? Why Naming and Organizing Your Files Actually Matters

From the President

Hello,

This month we have gathered up articles with some great organizing ideas. I hope you enjoy them and find them useful. Don’t hesitate to give us your feedback and to let us know what subjects you would like to read more about.

Best,
Sheila

15 Common Grammar Mistakes that Kill Your Writing Credibility

By Authority Pub

I love to write, but I’m not so crazy about grammar.

Learning about words that dangle, split, and get misplaced isn’t my idea of fun.

However, as an English major in college, I had it drilled into my head that poor grammar revealed laziness and a lack of respect for the reader. It’s the literary form of bad manners and exposes the writer as someone who isn’t serious about the craft.

If you’re an author, particularly a self-published author, you need to do everything possible to win your readers’ hearts and minds. When they are distracted by grammatical errors or confused by the meaning of a sentence, they aren’t likely to buy your next book — or finish the one they are reading.

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How to Organize Digital Files for Your (Paperless) Law Firm
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Confusing Words of the Week
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  • Seven Proven Time Management Tips for Busy Office Managers
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  • What’s in a Name? Why Naming and Organizing Your Files Actually Matters
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