Yep. If I hire a painter who does sloppy work and appears to not know what he's doing, I'm not only not going to hire him again, I'm going to give him bad references.
If I read a book where the writer is not competent in clearly communicating, I'm going to give that author a bad reference.
Spelling and grammar are the most basic rules by which we clearly communicate with each other in writing, although competent authorship requires far, far more than that. If the author cannot competently use even the most basic building blocks of the trade, they are no author.
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