The AP Stylebook is (according to Encyclopedia Wikipedia) used “as a guide for grammar, punctuation and principles and practices of reporting.” Basically, it’s the rules of writing, and we could all use some refreshers every now and then. Here is what their Twitter account has taught me this month:
The less hypens we have to worry about – the better.
Not St. Patty’s? Dang it. But it’s not St. Padrick’s Day? Okay, fine. Which brings us to….
Whaat? Well, OK then.
At least I know this.
Follow AP Stylebook on Twitter for more writing style tips and updates. Note to self: Ask them why spell check tells me “stylebook” should be “style book.”