7 free tools for anyone who wants to become a better writer
The awesome (and scary) thing about being a writer is that you can always improve. It’s why people can sit on a draft for weeks—every time they take “one more look,” they can find a way to make it better. While it’s definitely a fun challenge to see how long you can keep finessing your work, it’s not always practical. Thankfully, there are plenty of resources out there that can speed the editing process up and make you more confident about the work you’re submitting. 1. As much as Microsoft Word’s AutoCorrect function annoys us, we must admit to missing those green and red squiggly lines when we’re writing online. Enter: Grammarly (for Chrome users). 2. If you struggle with being long-winded, Hemingway could be a game changer. Hemingway doesn’t stop there—it also features a readability meter that tells you how difficult it is to comprehend your writing. 3. Searching “best writing advice” on Google will, sadly, not always bring you the best writing advice. 4. 5. 6. buffalo 7.
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