I will skim and skip your work if you write in long, chunky, run-on paragraphs with poor punctuation, grammar and/or spelling or in ALL bold.
Bold is for emphasis on particular parts, not for entire pieces.
I hate to say it, but I have to be brutally honest. Please use the wonderful tools we've been given in the English language: spell-check, commas, periods and semi-colons. Paragraph breaks, as often as prudent, are also highly appreciated. Thank you kindly!
Another pet peeve of mine is the misuse of there, their and they're; your and you're; and any netspeak in poetry (ur, ppl, etc.)
I love collaborative descriptive prose. I usually write a paragraph and get stumped, but find it helpful to have someone write the next paragraph to launch me into the next
Send me a message with a launch point if you'd like to collaborate. Or request a launch point.
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