Jason Abdilla
Feb 8 · 1 min read

Your grammar is fine. And you’re right: improving grammar won’t make you a better writer — necessarily. I like your stuff, but I often think you need an editor, too, because, Tom, you ramble. A lot. Sometimes coherently, sometimes not. I skim for your main points because all your grammar-perfect writing gets drowned by excess. An editor focuses your point, not raps your hands for poor spelling and punctuation (only…).

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