I was wrong...editors are helpful. Especially when your fan base demands that you write grammatically correct English. I feel you, readers. Before I submitted stories to Lit I saw alot of smart, interesting stories. It was easy for me to get lost in the spirit of the story and disregard mis-spellings and such...as long as the author stayed true. But (and there is always a but) I have read some top notch stories that are better then those I've seen in print! The words flow perfect, and enhance the spirit of the story.
So with that said, I don't want bad grammar to distract you from a pretty good story! I'm going to use a Literotica editor for STRANDED. Her name is Honeybree and she has already received the first installment. I am anxiously awaiting her thoughts.
You guys know that I write alot. So depending on the amount of writing therapy that I need to engage in, I may be utilizing several different Literotica editors, as well as non Lit editors. JG who edited Someone to Love has already accepted my invitation to help me with another project.
I'm looking forward to submitting work that will be even better then what you've previously seen from me.
Thanks for reading!