Wherein I Admit My Problem

apostropheIts versus It's.  I can never remember which to use when.  There's ample proof here on the blog, I'm sure.   Maybe by bringing it into the open, I can change. It's:  A contraction of "it is" or "it has".   It's not too late to win The Mark on Goodreads.

Its:  The possessive of it.   The Book Resort is doing its own giveaway, through 12/31.

There.  Done.  Let's see if it works.