Writers and Editors

One of my favorite sayings is “Every great author has a great editor.” This is true for so many of my personal favorites. If you’ve ever added an author on a social network, you may notice their grammar and spelling are rarely on par with the quality of their books. My brother in law has one of the best imaginations I’ve seen (almost as good as Katie MacAlister’s) and has some of the worst grammar I’ve ever encountered. I truly believe that we would not have such a wonderful bounty of books if it weren’t for those out there who can see a spelling or punctuation error a mile away. We should have an Editor Day to thank these people, particularly since they are only on best seller lists by proxy (or if they also happen to be writers).
Thank you, dear Editors!

Jean Hopkins writes stories about whatever her mind can find words for. Jean spends her spare time reading Science Fiction, Fantasy, Romance and the odd Mystery book. She loves playing Strategy and RPG video games, doodling with her Digitizer (what they called ‘em before they called them Wacoms), and chasing her son and daughter everywhere. Jean Hopkins has a different name in the Real World. She goes by Jean Hopkins as a shout-out to her Grandmother, one of the largest influences in her life. Jean says: Hey guys! I hope you all enjoy reading my stories as much as I enjoyed dissecting plot-lines, cursing dialog, and getting lost in the lives of my characters. Have fun! Laura Flores writes as Jean Hopkins. Her art can be found under the name lorikitty.

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