As a professional freelance editor, I consider tweets, texts, and email messages to be on par with passing notes in class. The literary standard is low.
I enjoyed the Children of Fire series by Alica McKenna-Johnson. Labeled YA, but I enjoyed them as an adult. Love the main character's sassy attitude and inner strength.
You could cut the cord and quit TV altogether. I did ten years ago and haven't missed it at all. Podcasts are free, Netflix DVDs are reasonable, and there are more books to read than I will ever be able to crack open. Who needs TV?
Editors? Editors? We don't need no stinkin' editors. I'm warming to the idea of crowd sourcing proofreading services.
Every time you misuse an apostrophe, baby Jesus cries. *docs* *shorts*
Real writers know that simple plural nouns don't need apostrophes.
*gets* it right. Sheesh.
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