A revised version of the game includes two sentences: One sentence that uses the possessive "its" and one that uses the contraction "it's." I'm afraid of what might happen to the person who places the apostrophe on the possessive "its" though.
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For our blog this week, we decided to bag all our regular advice on writing. We thought it would be more valuable to you as writers and prospective writers to hear from someone who has had their masterpiece published (or practically published). Hopefully we can take this opportunity to open up some dialogue about writing. What some of us do differently from others to achieve the same publication success, strategies we employ in our writing, etc. For this interview, I spoke with C.R.