Free Links for Editing Your Manuscript

If you write, you will definitely find some good resources in Juli’s post!


I’m participating in NaNoWriMo this year. Will I get to 50,000 words by the end of this month? I doubt it. I’ve learned that when I turn writing into a “job,” strangely enough, it starts to feel like “work.” Quite frankly, I don’t want that. I have a job. (More than one.) However, I do enjoy the camaraderie of being a NaNo participant. I like seeing all my writer buddies working away at their craft. As long as I’m writing for my own enjoyment, even if I don’t make it to 50,000 words, I haven’t lost anything. I’ll still have my words and chapters, more words and chapters than if I hadn’t participated. Plus, I really would like to write a novel. Something for me. Something I can be proud of.

I just read a great Louise Penny Interview last night, written by herself! It took her 45 years to write her first…

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4 thoughts on “Free Links for Editing Your Manuscript

      1. I think there is a month-long preview of the full-on version for Grammarly. I may try that soon, as I have a new Travel Bits book basically finished and it would be nice to have one final edit on it, and it would give me a real-life trial to see if it is worth it (even on an occasional month here/month there basis, as needed).

        The Hemingway Editor also fascinates me – I have a note here to try it. Let me know if you like it.

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