Grammarly is a proofreading tool that helps you spot grammatical errors, typos, and awkward sentences. Download the web extension and Grammarly will correct anything written in a web browser (yes, even your Tweets and Facebook updates). Though I don’t rely on Grammarly alone for my proofreading needs, it is a fast and efficient tool that I highly recommend. Check out Grammarly here.
2. Hemingway Editor
The Hemingway Editor evaluates a piece of writing for clarity and simplicity. It calculates readability and highlights adverbs, passive voice, and dull, complicated words. This is an excellent web application for learning how to write effectively. Check out Hemingway Editor here.
3. Readability Score
This web application helps you improve your writing by measuring the readability of your text. A readability score tells you roughly what level of education someone would need in order to read your piece of text easily. Find out how easy your writing is to read. Check out Readability Score here.
4. Pro Writing Aid
I personally tried out this website and I love it so much, it gives you in-depth summaries of everything you can think of. It tells you what words you use repeatedly and how your grammar and spelling is. It will tell you that the lengths of your sentences are too long or short and everything, honestly I would check it out, they have a premium version where you have to pay but most of it is free if you just sign up! It’s great!!!
There is more!!!
here are some other great editing apps you should definitely consider (all of them offer free versions)
this one is great I love it
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ADVICE (example: what publishers don’t like in first chapters, signs your book cover design isn’t right, and more)
EDITING (where to find editors, editing apps, editing tips, are you ready for an editor)
PUBLISHING (contests you can get paid to share your stories, how to get a literary agent, how to self-publish through amazon, how to get published through NYtimes)
STOP PROCRASTINATION (websites to help not procrastinate, writing prompts, how to up creativity, how to finish a story you stopped ect)
Ect (I will post blogs and stuff here for extra info about the writing community)
This is also a great place to get to know writers and be apart of a great writing community.