The second BE THE EDITOR series kicked off on January 21st! BE THE EDITOR is a great way to test your grammar, learn, and have fun!
Series 2 started with the sentence you see in the image. I asked people what made their inner editor twitch!
The first response was to remove all together. I asked why. I was told that it’s redundant. Also, this person didn’t recall see it as two words, but as one word: altogether.
You’re doing your part-time residency master’s degree while you’re working full time and raising a family. Not only do you need to ace every day as an employee and parent, but you also have to research, write, take courses, and complete assignments.
You’re also expected to learn the APA manual’s style preferences well enough that your thesis or graduate project is passable!
But think again! You don’t have to. Someone already has the manual memorized and knows how to meticulously read and edit your thesis or project for APA style and formatting. And that someone is me!
Meet the Editor
I'm Coreen, and I am a copy editor, writer, instructor, digital marketer, and student of PR and Communications for organizations doing positive work in the world.