Websites & Apps For Writers

  1. Grammarly
  2. Hemingway Editor
  3. Medium
  4. Marked 2
  5. WordPress

The websites and applications listed above are what I use most days. I am still in the write/edit zone. I do not write within any of these applications as a little red line appearing under the last word you wrote is a little disheartening. But at the end of a long writing stint I do copy and paste into these website or applications. The WordPress is a website creator where you can create your own website for free or for £30 per year get your own web address.

Grammarly

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Grammarly is free on the internet, but if you want an application to fit into Microsoft Word or scrivener. I use it a lot ans it gives you weekly word counts and an assessment of your writing.

It is comprehensive, but I got a 100% good report for mt short story and I was told on a review that I had gramma problems. He didn’t say what though.

Hemingway Editor

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The Hemingway Editor analyses your words and indicates vague words and words that require changing. It is free on the internet. Hemingway Editor also supplies a reading grade

Marked 2

This application is not free but it does highlight words that you can list as vague and not wanted. It is available on the Apple App Store.

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