Archive | April 2013

Jazzy Kitty Publishing is Closed Tuesday, April 16th!!!

We are informing you that we will he closed on Tuesday, April 16th, and will resume for normal business on Wednesday, April 17th at 11:00 am. We are CELEBRATING KEVIN ATTAWAY’S BIRTHDAY!!!

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Choosing the proper punctuation can seem intimidating, but it’s not as hard with practice. Here are some guidelines.

As we view our manuscripts, we have noticed that writers seem to struggle with using proper punctuation at the end of quotes. One of the main struggles that we see is that authors are unsure if they should put a period or a comma before the closing quotes. Well, it depends on whether the end of the quote is also the end of the sentence that contains it. If a quote is not part of a larger sentence, it should always end with a period. However, if a quote is only one part of a sentence, the punctuation at the end of quote depends on whether the larger sentence continues after the quote.

Follow these simple guidelines below whenever you are unsure of the proper punctuation to use:
– Periods belong at the end of the sentence and nowhere else.
– Use commas to mark the end of quotes everywhere else, and also as a lead in to a quote.
– When a quote would end with a question mark or exclamation point, leave it in regardless of whether a larger sentence continues after the quote.

When to Use a Period

Use a period to end a quote if it is also the end of the sentence containing it. For example:

He said, “I’ll look into that.”

In this example, the quote ends with a period because it is the end of the larger sentence. Now here is a more complicated example:

John muttered, “I know something is wrong.” He peered deeper inside and pointed. “There it is.”

This example shows a sentence that contains a quote, followed by another entirely separate sentence. Then it is followed by a second quote, which is an entire sentence in itself. The first quote ends with a period, because it is the end of the larger sentence. The second quote also ends in a period, because it is also the end of a sentence (because it is a sentence all by itself).

Coming soon…Examples on when to use a comma and a question mark.

Jazzy Kitty Publishing

When typing up your Manuscript for Publishing

Dear author, when typing up your manuscripts to send to a publisher, use only 1 space after the period, instead of two.Ā  This little tip will save the publisher a lot of time when preparing your book for print.

Jazzy Kitty Publishing

Begin a Systematic Study of the entire Holy Bible that shall be completed in one year


“New Life:” 2 Corinthians 5:17…
Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.

At the proclamation of our Presiding Bishop, The Reverend David Pope on Resurrection Sunday, March 31, 2013; New Life Ministries International Inc., and New Life Christian Centers International began a Systematic Study of the entire Holy Bible that shall be completed in one year. The daily readings will be posted on the website for a one week period, and all Senior Pastor’s will develop their weekly messages based upon a 52-week series titled “Becoming A Living Word” culminating in the message “And, The Word Became Flesh”.

The following are the daily scripture readings for Systematic Study of the entire Holy Bible for the week March 31, 2013 – April 6, 2013:

Sunday, March 31, 2013
Deuteronomy 16 : 1 – 17 : 20
Luke 9 : 7 ā€“ 27
Psalm 72 : 1 ā€“ 20
Proverbs 12 : 8 – 9

Monday, April 1, 2013
Deuteronomy 18 : 1 – 20 : 20
Luke 9 : 28 ā€“ 50
Psalm 73 : 1 ā€“ 28
Proverbs 12 : 10

Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Deuteronomy 21 : 1 – 22 : 30
Luke 9 : 51 ā€“ 10 : 12
Psalm 74 : 1 ā€“ 23
Proverbs 12 : 11

Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Deuteronomy 23 : 1 – 25 : 19
Luke 10 : 13 ā€“ 37
Psalm 75 : 1 ā€“ 10
Proverbs 12 : 12 – 14

Thursday, April 4, 2013
Deuteronomy 26 : 1 – 27 : 26
Luke 10 : 38 ā€“ 11 : 13
Psalm 76 : 1 ā€“ 12
Proverbs 12 : 15 – 17

Friday, April 5, 2013
Deuteronomy 28 : 1 – 68
Luke 11 : 14 ā€“ 36
Psalm 77 : 1 ā€“ 20
Proverbs 12 : 18

Saturday, April 6, 2013
Deuteronomy 29 : 1 – 30 : 20
Luke 11 : 37 ā€“ 12 : 7
Psalm 78 : 1 ā€“ 31
Proverbs 12 : 19 – 20

Evangelist Anelda Attaway


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