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Words Are Confusing

July 22nd, 2021 in Grammar by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

Words can be confusing. There are thousands of words in the English language, and changing one little letter can completely change the meaning. So learn the meaning of the words that may confuse you: Adverse vs. Averse Uninterested vs. Disinterested Suppose vs. Supposed Oriented vs. Orientated Democratic Party vs. Democrat Party Let’s discuss adverse and […]

April Michelle Davis at Friends of the Shockoe Hill Cemetery Book Fair

July 15th, 2021 in EI News by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

April Michelle Davis and her young adult book A Princess in Disguise were showcased at second the Friends of the Shockoe Hill Cemetery Book Fair on December 1, 2018. The book fair was housed at the Crossroads Art Center in Richmond, Virginia. The venue was very fitting; the craft of writing amidst handmade paintings, jewelry, […]

Destination Marketing Insights

July 1st, 2021 in Featured Titles by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

Acknowledged as an important travel industry resource by the Destination Marketing Association International, Destination Marketing Insights is the new groundbreaking leading tourism marketing expert and consultant Marshall Murdaugh. It features proven processes and procedures for increasing destination business performance for both CEOs (of convention and visitor bureaus and state and local tourism offices) and the […]

Capitalization in Titles

June 24th, 2021 in Grammar by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

For those of you who struggle with capitalization when writing titles or headlines, have no fear. There are several style guide rules you can refer to. It’s really up to you, or maybe your client or publisher, which guide you should follow. Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition: Capitalize the first word of the title, […]

Journal of Church and State

June 3rd, 2021 in Featured Titles by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

The Journal of Church and State is concerned with what has been called the “greatest subject in the history of the West.” It seeks to stimulate interest, dialogue, research, and publication in the broad area of religion and state. JCS publishes constitutional, historical, philosophical, theological, and sociological studies on religion and the body politic in various countries and […]

April Michelle Davis Becomes Executive Director of NAIWE

May 20th, 2021 in EI News by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

April Michelle Davis is the founder of Editorial Inspirations, and she is also the executive director of National Association of Independent Writers and Editors (NAIWE).  April Michelle took the latter position in September 2018. As the executive director of NAIWE, she is responsible for the growth and development of the organization. April Michelle looks forward […]

Colons and Semicolons

April 22nd, 2021 in Grammar by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

With the various types of punctuation, there should be some hard and fast rules for their usage, right? Well, there are. For example: the colon always goes on the outside of the quotation marks, unless it is part of the quoted text. Example: I like the theme from “The Sun”: Love thy neighbor. The semicolon […]

Fredericksburg Fall Fairy Festival

April 15th, 2021 in EI News by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

April Michelle Davis and her young adult book A Princess in Disguise were well received by fairies, princesses, princes, and gnomes at the Fredericksburg Fall Fairy Festival on September 29, 2018.  Children dressed in their favorite fairy costumes danced up to April Michelle’s table to hear April Michelle share a passage out of her book […]

A Caring Community

April 1st, 2021 in Featured Titles by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

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Subject vs. Object Pronouns

March 25th, 2021 in Grammar by April Michelle Davis. Read More » 0

A pronoun allows the writer to make a reference to something without using the name each time. Pronouns replace one or more nouns in a sentence. For example, instead of using the nouns Amy, the bookcase, apples, or my friends and I, you could use the pronouns she, it, they, and we. Using one word […]


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