Racing Ahead Magazine (April issue)

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Just a quick note to say the Racing Ahead article is reading well (next month's issue - out April). The proposed title: Tomorrow's Star: Brocklesby Pointers. 

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3 comments:

Neil said...

minus 845 points isn't very good. Of course not, but be careful in future when using hyphens :-)

HCE said...

Hi Neil,

I am not responsible for the hyphengate episode. This copy come straight from Racing Ahead so I'll be on the blower.

Regards,
Jason

HCE said...

Yes, looking at the use of the hyphen (think it is a dash to be fair...lol) it may have been better to have used a colon :845.

This reminds me of Lynn Trussel's little book, "Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation" which become a runaway hit both in the U.K. and America and was named "Book of the Year 2004" in Great Britain.

Please, Neil, don't look at my apostrophes or I will have to call the police, punctually.

:-)