ProWritingAid and Fictionary, the editing bundle you do not want to miss.

ProWritingAid and Fictionary, the editing bundle you do not want to miss.

Fictionary works seamlessly with the ProWritingAid Chrome extension. Not only can you use both to improve your work at the same time, but there's a special offer on the Fictionary and ProWritingAid bundle: get both for just $99 until September 22nd.

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11 Top Self-Editing Tips for Getting Your Non-Fiction into Shape

11 Top Self-Editing Tips for Getting Your Non-Fiction into Shape

Want to get better at self-editing your non-fiction? Author Bryan Collins can help. In this article, he'll share 11 great ways to improve, revise, and edit your work.

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Writing App Reviews: Fictionary

Writing App Reviews: Fictionary

Fictionary is your story editor who makes sure you don’t have gaping plot holes and character snafus. ProWritingAid is your copyeditor who makes your manuscript shine.

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Omnipotent Characters: Why Marvel Sidelined Thor, Vision, and Captain Marvel

Omnipotent Characters: Why Marvel Sidelined Thor, Vision, and Captain Marvel

When Proxima Midnight stabbed Vision, it wasn't a random development. It was good writing. Authors often sideline omnipotent characters to give the rest of their cast a chance. In this article, we examine what omnipotent characters are and how to use them.

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How to Properly Disclose Affiliate Links and Endorsements Online

How to Properly Disclose Affiliate Links and Endorsements Online

While affiliate links are commonly used online, their proper and *legal* usage is not widely understood. After a little research, I’ve come up with a few questions and answers.

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5 Fast Ways to Improve Your Writer's Website

5 Fast Ways to Improve Your Writer's Website

Want to make improvements to your writer's website? We'll show you how to reduce webpage clutter, improve your SEO, build with mobile in mind, and more.

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Dissecting the Trickiest Plurals in English

Dissecting the Trickiest Plurals in English

Are you getting these tricky English plurals wrong? In this post we cover plurals of all kinds, including regular, irregular, Latin, Greek, invariant, and more.

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Retconning: Why J.K. Rowling Is Making Me Furious

Retconning: Why J.K. Rowling Is Making Me Furious

Nothing makes a true fan angrier than retconning. Here's why.

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5 Reasons It's Important to Invest in Technology as a Small Business

5 Reasons It's Important to Invest in Technology as a Small Business

Technology helps companies operate more efficiently and better satisfy the needs of their customers. Let's take a look at why.

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What are Phonemes, Graphemes, and Digraphs?

What are Phonemes, Graphemes, and Digraphs?

Each sound that you hear in a word is a Phoneme. It’s the smallest unit of sound that makes up a complete word. This is not to be confused with the letter itself; Phonemes are only the sounds made. There are 44 Phonemes in the English language, consisting of 24 consonant sounds and 20 vowel sounds. Think of the different combinations of consonants and vowels (like “ch” or “ea”) that make unique sounds.

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