So I write a lot of short stories and I have people review my work
"Great work man! Keep up the good work!"
"Loving this! Can't wait for an update!!"
Then for every 10 good reviews I get one "Love the story and how its going, you should work more on your proof reading and grammar. But it's amazing!"
For example some musicians such as jimmy hendrix and Jimmie Paige are well considered sloppy but are great at playing just not as clean as other musicians. But are considered very good. Do some people really over look things like "his/hes" if a story is good?
I just start typing out like 10-13K long stories in a few hours. Straight from my head and people seem to love them. I read them over very quickly to make sure there isn't a huge number of obvious errors. But I'm... not an English proffessor so I know it can affect a story severly. Yet, the good reviews give me hope. So can you have say raw talen... without prestine work?
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Art of any form is about envoking emotion, the art doesn't have to "follow the book"
Edgar Allen Poe was a horrific spelling and grammar person as well!0