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    Want to convert to curly or straight quotes? ProWritingAid makes it easy!


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    We're halfway through National Novel Writing Month! Here are some tips on making sure you finish.


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    We’re taught how to address each other using proper pronouns and articles. But what about corporations? Are they people, requiring a more personal you or they? Or are they faceless entities, requiring an impersonal it?


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    From establishing a business mindset and creating a website to connecting with your readers, here are the beginner steps to creating your author platform.


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    If you’ve been copying and pasting your email or social media content into ProWritingAid’s online editor, that’s wonderful… but there’s an easier way. You should be using ProWritingAid’s Chrome extension.


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    To epilogue or not to epilogue – that is the question. Should you use an epilogue to wrap up your story, or is that just overkill? We discuss.


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    Looking for a unique way to bring your book to a new audience? Try serializing it on Medium! All you need is a free Medium account to get started.


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    Anthropomorphism and personification both ascribe human qualities to inanimate or living things like animals or clocks. They’re used differently, however, in literature, movies, music, and other creative venues. We take a look at the differences between them.


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    Want to edit your work as you write it? ProWritingAid can help!


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    'Tis the season, folks! We've got a list of the 25 best Christmas books ever written. Take a look and let us know if your favorite made the cut.


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    It takes hard work and the right mindset to be the best "you" possible. Thankfully, you can change your mindset – you just need to be willing to try.


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    Want to create your own custom rules in ProWritingAid? Learn how to do it in this article.


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    We're making the world's most comprehensive list of the best websites for writers. Will you help us?


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    Our new Sentence Structure report analyzes how you start each sentence in your text and compares your usage of different sentence structures to published texts in your genre. Here's how to use it.


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    Every writer has a "voice." It's a unique signature that combines the use of diction, punctuation, and syntax. In fiction, it also includes having a specific dialogue style, and character development. In non-fiction, it generally comprises of owning a distinctive viewpoint, framework, and paradigm. What is an author's "voice" anyway? Is this "voice" identical with writing style? How can a new writer cultivate his or her own unique voice? If you already have an author's voice, what can you do to polish it and take it to the next level?