How to avoid apostrophe catastrophe

Apostrophe misuse is an annoying and all too common gaffe that many PR pros commit. Good thing it’s also easily avoidable — if you heed this advice from . “Is it ‘Edwards’ advice’ or ‘Edwards’s advice’?” asks former AP reporter turned writing instructor Lauren Edwards. “The first one is correct.” She continues: “OK, then, is it the hostess’ advice or the hostess’s advice? This time, it’s the second one.” Find out why,…

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