Patient Lee Editing

Proofreader and Content Editor, Specializing in Erotica and Smut

About PL

BA in French and Spanish. MS in Educational Technology. Twenty-five years as a teacher. Erotica writer since 2011. Impeccable grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Patient, honest, and non-judgmental. Trusted by some of the hottest names in erotica to make their stories shine.

The cleaner your copy, the lower your rate.

Products and Services


Send your cleanest final copy, and PL will check for any errors you’ve missed.

Content Editing

If your book needs a sharp eye for consistency in style or tone, or a check for accuracy or wordiness, I’ll dig deeper to make your story great. This service does not take the place of proofreading.

Now Available for First-Time Customers- Five for Free!

In order to determine how many of your pages PL can edit in one hour, PL is pleased to offer her Five for Free plan. PL will read your first and last pages and three pages of your choice from your book with no obligation. Restrictions apply, and PL retains the right to change the quoted price if other pages aren’t as clean as the free pages submitted. Request a quote today!

Contact Patient Lee

Patient Lee Editing
304 S. Jones Blvd Suite 611
Las Vegas, NV 89107


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  • Punctuation: Dialogue Tags

    August 26, 2019 by

    Master Quotationator How would you like to become a Master Quotationator? You can earn this fabulous, sparkly badge from Patient Lee if you do two things. Become a member at Patientlee.com. It’s free, and someday it will be worth it. I’ll give away something awesome. I swear. (If you’re not a member, I can’t give… Read more

  • Smutty Grammar Tip: Hyphenate Compound Numbers

    July 23, 2019 by

    When writing fiction, you’ll usually write out numbers up to a hundred in words instead of digits. There’s a lot of variation between style manuals on this, but the most important thing is consistency within the work. I usually use digits if the number is three words or more (but not at the beginning of the sentence).

  • Editing Erotica

    July 12, 2019 by

    “It’s just erotica. Grammar, spelling, and punctuation (GSP) don’t matter, right?” Wrong. One of my erotica-writing friends, Bucky Duckman, told me that when he first started writing erotica, this was his attitude. He learned quickly that not only are erotica readers pretty smart people, they are also, in many cases, the self-appointed Grammar Police. They… Read more

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