Job opportunity

Hi all, slightly random post here. I’ve been reading through my stories page and there are many horrible spelling mistakes, grammatical errors and things. I was wondering if anyone would be interested in editing them for me? If you have a talent for such things and are interested leave a comment with your email address (which won’t be visible publically) and I’ll get in touch.

Thanks in advance xxxx

11 thoughts on “Job opportunity

  1. cg1152

    Hi, yeah I have been reading through your back stories trying to catch up and have “glossed over” the grammatical issues.
    It has been said that I am a bit of a grammar Nazi, although I don’t agree with my own abilities being 100% on the nose, all the time.
    I would have an interest in proof reading for you.
    Hate-mail address is:

  2. DW

    I am quite happy to see this post: your stories are so engaging and well written, they deserve to be free of the hitches and hurdles that pull us out of the moment. In real life I am a writer/editor, but your writing is far more interesting than most of the projects I work on. It would be a pleasure to be considered for this role.


  3. John

    Hi Lois

    I guess I was always a little intrigued that you, with your education and profession had so many typos. Then again, it was part of your humanity and charm.

    I am interested in proofreading and would be honoured to help

    • Lois

      The problem is not an inability to spell or type, it is a lack of time. I’d rather write an extra couple of hundred words then spend that time rereading and correcting what I’ve written. It’s probbaly not the best policy for writing a blog but it is what it is!

  4. S

    I’m a former sub (as in sub-editor / copy editor rather than in the D/s sense) / stone sub / chief sub for major publications and have also worked for online as well in print.
    I’m not a grammar Nazi. Rather than being a high-protocol pedant, I think the words should work with the context.
    I’m posting this from a throwaway email address for obvious reasons. But if you or your Mistress want to discuss further then mail me.

  5. George Foster

    I don’t think much needs doing other than correcting some of the more obvious spelling and grammatical errors. A heavy handed approach would detract from your style and alter the essence of your writing. Happy to help if you would like me to contact me.

  6. Paul Sandford

    Hi Lois, I would be more than happy to help as eluded to in comments previously. Have experience in proof reading. Also believe i may be local to you. Paul.

  7. Lois

    Thank you to everyone who has offered to help me with this and apologies if I haven’t got in touch with you yet. As you know I was on holiday and then got ill towards the end of the holiday so haven’t been in a fit state to deal with it. I will be in touch shortly though.

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