Jenna! If you are reading this, please send me another e-mail to which I can send your e-book. I've been trying for two days, and I keep getting the message "550 Mailbox quota exceeded"!
If you have a few moments, please pause and review the use of it's versus its. It's is a contraction. It means it is, it was, it has. The apostrophe is taking the place of letters that are not being used. Its - this is the possessive, like "the dog loved its bone". To figure out which one you want to use, ask yourself if it can be broken down into it is, it was, it has or if it owns something. If you wanted to say "It's the dog who loves its bone", you'd break down the first it's into "it is" and the second its into...well, nothing, because it is the possessive. Lest you think this isn't important, think about how using the wrong version looks to someone in the know. Being able to write well is so important these days, what with the Internet being so popular, and knowing the difference between these two words is a lot more important than you think!
Lest you think spelling isn't important, spend a few minutes perusing the horrible horrible tattoo fail blog and see how much you'd like to have "no regerts" on your body forever!
Hope you're having a great day! I'm hoping to get some workshop time in today so I'll have more to write about tomorrow!