I have a unique style, which is to say that my writing is always grammatically correct but the things I say aren't usually phrased the way that's common. For instance, instead of "boil the kettle" I write "set the kettle to boil". Or instead of "to get rid of the irritation" I write, "to rid of the irritation". Editors all the time point this out to me, but honestly this is just my style. My question is, at what point does a style simply become incorrect syntax or structure? I imagine readers would be turned off by this as it could be disruptive to the flow of the text.