How do you take one item and indicate that you now have more than one? In other words, how do you make it plural? You add an “s.” Simplest thing in the world.
You don’t actually have to explain everything immediately. Sometimes you don’t have to explain at all.
Many of these are “niche” books that simply wouldn’t work as ebooks. Nor would they have a wide enough market to justify the larger publishing houses printing them on paper. Yet they are valuable volumes.
A two-word sentence like “I quit” contains the seeds of almost every other complete sentence in the English language.
Many important keys to improving your writing can be summed up in two words: pay attention. Absorb everything and use it to your advantage. It doesn’t have to be torture, but can really be quite productive.
If you want to get your “writing muscles,” imagination, and creativity into better shape, the only way to do it is the same way you firm up your real muscles: you need to exercise.
You must have heard at least one of those very interesting statements issued by a police officer or other official public spokesperson. You know, the ones where they use “important” words instead of ordinary English?