“There are two typos of people in this world: those who can edit, and those who can’t.”
― Jarod Kintz
They say those who can’t play, coach. To me, the same holds true for writing. Those who can’t write, edit.
There is nothing more frustrating than reading a book, magazine or newspaper article riddled with errors. Whether they are spelling, grammar, punctuation or continuity errors, it only takes one before I’ve lost interest in what I’m reading. I’ve never understood how any published work could go to print unpolished.
My goal is to polish those pieces to perfection. (Did you like that alliteration?)