Here is my review of ProWritingAid Premium, spell and grammar check software for writers. *** ProWritingAid is up to 50 percent off through Monday, Dec. 2 at midnight PST. If you use my affiliate link, https://prowritingaid.com/?afid=7663, email your receipt to me at [email protected] and I will send you my two-page Overused Words Cheat Sheet along with the link to an exclusive 42-minute tutorial video that highlights the power of ProWritingAid and Word/Google Docs.***
In my ProWritingAid review and tutorial, I demonstrate how to find and fix issues such as spelling and grammar errors, overused words, adverb overuse, consistency errors, wordy sentences, and more using the editing software’s scans and reports. You’ll learn why ProWritingAid is a helpful spell and grammar checker and editing tool for writers, see examples of the strengths and limitations of editing software, and watch some informal, off the cuff line editing by a freelance developmental editor.
If you’ve ever wanted to see what editing software can and can’t do for you, then don’t miss this in-depth ProWritingAid tutorial. I am promoting this tool as ProwritingAid is an excellent supplement to my upcoming course Book Editing Blueprint, and it’s a resource that I recommend to my editing clients.
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