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    Updated: December 16, 2016

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    A cliché is a tired, stale phrase or idiom that, because of overuse, has lost its impact. What was once a fresh way of looking at something has become a weak prop for writing that feels unimaginative and dull. Clichés are what you write when you don’t have the energy or inspiration to think of a new way to express an idea.

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    Update: applications for this position are now closed.Marketing and Customer Support Assistant

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    To celebrate the arrival of spring, we are offering a limited number of ProWritingAid Premium licenses for this special price.


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    Our editing tool is now leaps and bounds better than anything else on the market, but we've kept our price far below everyone else in the industry. We still won't charge as much as our competitors, but our prices should reflect the quality of our product. We hope you understand.


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    ProWritingAid Premium and Outlining Your Novel Workbook together at last!

    Until February 24th, get the Outlining Your Novel Workbook ($40) and one year of ProWritingAid Premium ($50) for just $65.Learn more now!


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    Click to check out this special offer!


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    People sometimes think they can use "home in on" and "hone in on" interchangeably, but the truth is much more gray. Let’s first look at the dictionary’s definitions of each.


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    The Writing Cooperative is an online writing community with over 100,000 followers on Medium and 2,200 members on Slack. Despite its massive size, The Writing Cooperative started with just two people who never met. This is the story of how it all began.


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    When to use “me” instead of “I” is an important rule to learn. Selecting the wrong pronoun will ruin your writing and turn readers against you. Unlike “who” vs. “whom”, learning when to use “me” or “I” is very easy to learn.


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    Writing has healing power. When you're grieving, use it to find your inner strength back and start a new chapter in life. The key is being non-judgemental with yourself. Write freely and fearlessly.


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    Writing is both hard and easy. It requires on-going training of the mind, so it gets easier every single time. For this, you'd need to find the state of flow and stay there for as long as possible


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    Steps to planning a novel for new writers. Why planning speeds your writing time to finish your novel.


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    A brief introduction to using the words that and which. How to know when to use each.


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    Many freelancers today, even those at the top, have no formal education—just years of working in the trenches to learn what makes content effective. With content mills making the barrier to entry low for writers, how can someone stand out from the crowd if you don’t have experience? Certifications can help.

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    As writers, we must continually fill our minds with new thoughts and ideas, bits of trivia, and information about a wide variety of things. It all comes out eventually in some form in our writing. And most authors I admire claim you must read voraciously if you want to be a good writer.

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    Steps to planning a novel for new writers. Why planning speeds your writing time to finish your novel.


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    Learning grammar doesn't have to be difficult! With these free tools, you'll be mastering your comma usage in no time.


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    Everywhere you look are self-driving cars, augmented and virtual reality, and chat bots that are usurping customer service. Many of today’s workers worry that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) will replace their jobs, leaving them out in the cold while robots take over the world. In fact, analyst firm Forrester predicts that AI will replace 16% of jobs in the United States by 2025. And PricewaterhouseCoopers reports that AI will take over 30% of UK jobs. The future: is it all AI and ML?

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