From Grammarly to WordRake: A Review of 6 Automatic Editing Tools

Writers check it out! Excellent editing tools for those self edits. Use them to edit your manuscript or blog post. But, as the article states,remember:

“An automatic editing tool doesn’t replace a human editor. Because language rules and elements of a good story can be so flexible, human eyes will always be superior to the rigidity of automatic tools.”

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Yecheilyah

Yecheilyah Ysrayl is an author, book blogger and poet of black historical fiction and poetry. She also writes inspirational nonfiction and urban fantasy. "I write to restore black historical truth for the freedom of all people." Visit her online at yecheilyahysrayl.com.

10 thoughts on “From Grammarly to WordRake: A Review of 6 Automatic Editing Tools”

  1. Great post. I’ve been looking for a post like this. It couldn’t have come at a better time. Right now, I’m leaning toward Pro Writing Aid. Thanks Yecheilyah.

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