This is my first time posting on writingforums.org and my grammar...well lets just say I didn't get A's in English class. So please bear with me. About 11 years ago I injured my neck. Long story short, because of it I have been unable to work for the past 5 years, and I’m now on Social Security Disability. Not being able to earn a Living is really starting to get to me, and after having 3 people tell me I should write, I’m giving it a try. My problem (if you want to call it that) begins with me having complete stories in my mind. I’m not just talking about ideas for stories, I mean complete beginning to end stories. It’s as if I have VOD in my mind. I’m able to get the story out of my mind and on paper (or i guess Pages, I use a Mac), but my grammar, again lets just say, not so good. My question this: is it unusual for a good writer to have bad grammar? I only ask this because although I was never officially diagnosed with it, in College I was told that I have Dyslexia. It’s not so bad that I can’t write, the problem is that I make stupid basic mistakes such as when I want to write want, I write what, or who somehow becomes how. I also find myself doubling up on words. I can self edit my work several times over and over and never see any of my errors, and I have yet to find a proofreading tool that’s designed for Dyslexia. So is there anyone how can identify with my struggle? I can’t believe that in the history of all good writers they all had perfect grammar.