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November 22, 2012

A Word of Thanks

Jeffby Jeff Hume-Pratuch

This is the time of year when people throughout the world pause from their work to look back on the year and give thanks for an abundant harvest. Vintage-thanksgiving-cards-turkey-in-kitchen1Many of our readers are celebrating Thanksgiving today with turkey and cranberries in the United States; others celebrated it with pumpkins and football last month (you wacky Canadians!). Or maybe you’ve just finished celebrating Diwali or Eid ul-Adha. But whether you’re partial to corn dollies or hand turkeys, we at the APA Style blog want you to know how thankful we are for you, our readers. Without you, there would be no reason to blog – and often, nothing to blog about!
So thank you to the nursing students and librarians, the staff of myriad writing centers, the frazzled and desperate grad students, the composition instructors and dissertation editors who keep the questions coming. We hope that we have helped in some way to make your labor fruitful in the past year, and we’ll do our best to continue in the year ahead.
Thanksgiving_hand_turkeyWe thought you might enjoy reading some blog posts from the past year that were prompted by questions from readers. If you recognize yourself in any of them, give yourself a big turkey hand!







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