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Just discovered@ProWritingAid— Jeff - Loconeko (@Jeff_Loconeko)March 9, 2019
It's amazing. A literal AI editor. More than a simple grammar corrector. Made me revise many parts of my writing and it's impressively accurate.#WritingCommunity#amwriting#writersI'm not even paid for this! It's that good! Go try it! It's free!
@ProWritingAidis literally my new favorite editing software! I got sooooo much more out of running my chapter through Pro Writing Aid than running it through like 4 other programs!— S. C. Bright (@SCBrightWrites)April 12, 2019
I am obsessed with@ProWritingAidThank you@cultofpedagogyfor introducing me. It's the nerdiest kind of fun to put your writing through their algorithm. It gives amazing feedback and makes my writing stronger. Student writers would love it too!— WordNerd (@AngelaFaulhaber)March 23, 2019
I used to despise#ameditingwith a purple passion. Until I found@ProWritingAid. First day I spent 5 straight hours and was editing everything I could find.— Ashley Hart 📚 🏳️🌈 (@AshDHart)February 13, 2019
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I've just completed a 1600 word piece of speculative fiction. I'm extraordinarily happy with this - the writing flowed over several sessions, the words match what I envisioned and@ProWritingAidreally helped me tighten up the narrative.— autoerraticism (@autoerraticism)January 11, 2019
@ProWritingAidI used yr program on my recent book & am thrilled. U have saved me at least 3 extra drafts & my editor says my grammar & writing has really improved! Thanku. Authors do check this out. Worth the low $.— Susan May (@SusanMayWriter)January 22, 2018
ProWritingAid has helped me evolve my voice. For my first-pass edits now, I keep the common things it finds in mind and challenge myself to minimize the problems it will find. Great tool!— AR Stevens (@zivacreate)February 14, 2019
This is truly a great writing tool:https://t.co/uoYfxqDPlb. I was skeptical, but it works. It gives you a readability score, finds passive voice and redundant words + more.#edtech#englishteacher#historyteacher#betterwritingvia@cultofpedagogy@ProWritingAid— Ilja van Weringh (@vanweringh)April 21, 2019
My favorite new service is@ProWritingAidnot only is it helpful for grammar & spelling, but tells you which sentences are week or hard to read, what words are over used, if you use the same words too close together, and so on. I am using it to edit my second novel— Nicole Scarano (@NicoleRScarano)April 28, 2019
Firstly, congratulations! Secondly, I recommend running each scene/chapter through editing software. My favourite is ProWritingAid, which highlights possible problem areas, not just in grammar but also things like passive voice. Then read/get it read out loud. Repeat. 😊— Deb, Not Debbie (@dportch15)May 8, 2019
Absolutely. I usually start with the Style check and gradually move to the right. Listen to some movie soundtracks while you do it!@ProWritingAidis like having an editor at your elbow!— Nicholas Reicher (@NSReicher)May 9, 2019
I do, in chuncks or chapters only. I choose one element at a time (at first) and go through each change, then run the next. Subsequent edits can combine more easily. That said, it’s taught me so well that I’m needing it less often 😁 HTH— Anna Whateley, PhD 💜☂️ (@AnnaWhateley)May 9, 2019