Just when I thought it was safe to begin bragging about my soon-to-be-published book I get an email from my editor with another “final” lot of galley proofs to check. I discovered something that makes no sense to me at all but is obviously vitally important if you are a grammar guru. Maggie, my wonderful editor – who has worked so diligently to ensure I have the story the way it was meant to be – apparently was not working with the ‘Chicago system’ of punctuation. Wonder if that could be because she lives in San Diego? But this Chicago system is the norm for The Wild Rose Press, hence one more final lot to check. Has anyone ever heard of this punctuation system? I’d love to hear if anyone has struck it before.