Want Instant Editing For Every Word You Write? Try Grammarly.

Who hates editing? I do. It takes away the fun of writing a big document, book or paper. But it has to be done.

I found a painless way to get editing done immediately. Or almost immediately.

It’s a computer editing ap called Grammarly. Once installed in the computer it catches every little slip of spelling and punctuation as I write.

It’s awesome. I write fast and not that accurately – at first. You know how writers write – get it down fast- before the inspiration disappears, and there are lots of slips.

The hard way to get edited can be painful. I belong to a writing critique group. Before Grammarly, I got good praise and encouragement, (thank goodness), but also a lot of red editing marks on my document. Horrors.

Then I had to rewrite and edit all the grammatical and spelling errors. Of course, I couldn’t remember some of my high school grammar classes. That was a long time ago.

Once I started to use Grammarly with it’s fine attention to detail, my documents got so much better with fewer editing errors.

The great thing about Grammarly is that it edits everything I write on my computer, my manuscript, blog posts, emails, Facebook posts. It’s painless!

It’s not just for authors. It’s for anyone who uses a computer to write anything that needs editing.

Give it a try.  click:   Grammarly Ap

See my writing  progress: Jenny Ferns Writer

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Meet My Lovely In-house Editor Helps Authors Look Good

I am in love with my friendly, in-house editor. It is possible to edit painlessly at home.

A piece of writing I labored over was perfect. I thought everyone would love it. Right?
That’s what I thought when I first joined a writers’ group. Wrong! My ego got a little bruised. The piece needed extensive editing.

Because I loved reading, it didn’t mean I knew everything about writing. English grammar from high school was a dim memory. I had forgotten the rules.

Fortunately, the ten or more people in my critique group gently refreshed my memory about good writing. The edits came back. Red marks all over! Horrors!

Then I found Autocrit.
I managed to transform my writing before the group got their eyes on the work. That was much better.
Autocrit is a friendly in-house computer program manuscript editor.

It was easy. I copied and pasted a piece of my writing into the editor. Then it told me about passive/active errors, overuse of adverbs, overuse of dialogue tags, overuse of cliches. It gave me a score, and as I made changes, I watched my work improve, and the score got higher. Yes!

I refreshed my memory and rewrites became a part of learning. I was grateful. My writing improved. I could even recognize editing errors in others. I made progress.

I did the edits. Autocrit editor told me what to correct. So I learned and edited writing errors at the same time.
It might even save me hiring a human editor. It does it so well.

Every writer and author would benefit from such a friendly in-house editor.
Want to give it a try? Try Autocrit editor

My writing progress: click Jenny Ferns Writer

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