For many authors, modifying is a chore—but that goes twice for novelists. It’s hard to enter “edit” mode where you delete most of your hard work away after you’ve spent weeks, months, or even years writing a novel. Plus, there’s the problem to be too near to your projects to really see just what problems that are technical within its pages.
Here’s an excellent solution: an editing tool that is automatic. This sort of tool proofreads your writing, checking for sentence structure, spelling, and a number of other mistakes. While your text editor will likely have integrated spelling and maybe a sentence structure check, a separate modifying device find concealed errors which are easily missed in a regular text editor. Continue reading