Do the automated editing of Word or other services cause a distraction to the flow of fingers dancing upon the keyboard composing a work?
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Editing brings to you blessings I see, Terrie. I seem to be stopping and editing along the way much more. Before, I would let the flow run its course, especially with creative writing. The next step would be going back to edit.
Hi Tim, yes I do that a lot. I think my average article has been edited at least 4/5 times. Now working on my next one. You are very successful yourself I see.
.Dyslexia's normally a handicap, but some overcome it. With effort it's controllable. There are numerous actors and writers who've done that, such as Susan Hampshire.
Okay, I want to change my answer. I am writing poetry for April and it's impossible to edit while writing. You have to let it flow. I guess I'll be doing more editing after the fact this month. LOL.
Yours in my view certainly danced a tune, Alan. I can see from what is shared the oblique queues of Word's squiggly colored lines become part of the flow with the blessing of learning too. Perhaps it grows onto us becoming part of us?
It is part of us, our 'brain-children' so to speak. Then you see your creation on a click of the outstretched hand whenever you want to check readership statistics - watch its popularity grow, maybe update it now and then if it's that kind of page