Everyone knows I use the adage ‘proofread to death!’ Here are some excellent tools to make it that much easier. With many other reviewers (not me) pointing out simple proofreading errors it’s important to make sure your manuscripts look flawless! 🙂
If you’re anything like me, you have already installed Grammarly on your computer and use it to make sure those pesky commas and prepositions are all correct. However, editor Mary Walton recently alerted me to not one, but ten alternative tools that you can use to make sure your writing is as flawless as possible! I hope you find her post as useful as I did.
10 Proofreading Tools For Writers
You may well be rushing to get that text out on time, but you should always stop to proofread first. Many writers have fallen foul of a spelling or grammatical error that is glaringly obvious in their copy. Before you hit ‘publish’, use these ten tools to make sure your writing is flawless.
- Respelt: Online, you only have fractions of a second to make a good impression. If you have misspellings on your site, it can be disastrous…
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