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    Where can I go to find out if my last 5 years with book-worthy to help other!!

    Discussion in 'General Writing' started by Chilled, Oct 23, 2011.

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    So many spelling and grammar issues. I wonder if you did that on purpose...
     
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    Im sorry, Im dyslexic. Who should you I contact to see if you would have a chance of ever getting something published?!? I expect the english wont be perfect but I feel range of experience is the main point :D
     
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    Can not tell if you be trolling.
     
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    Your chance at becoming a successful writer without any writing ability is about the same as becoming a successful musician without any musical ability. You don't get any points for having your heart in the right place.
     
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    sorry, I must have misunderstood the post.
     
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    no, the main point is the quality of the writing... 'range of experience' means nothing in the publishing industry... if you can't turn out a polished ms with few or no flaws in the writing, you won't have any chance of getting published...
     
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    Some dyslexics have become successful authors, but they all seem to depend on a trusted friend or a professional polishing their prose for them -- at their own expense.
     

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