After a couple of interesting months of writing, I’ve found two free tools that help me improve my writing. I’d like to share them with you along with the complete process I use to write my articles.
First of all, I use Grammarly, a popular free grammar checker. For the most part, I only use Grammarly’s browser extension. It’s available on all major browsers, including Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge.
Grammarly works in the background until you make a grammar mistake. When you do, it gives you a friendly little underline and tells you how to fix your error.
I use the web version of the Hemingway Editor. It lets me write in peace without any suggestions until I can go into editing mode. Once I do, I can see lots of insights into my writing. This includes adverbs, passive voice, and phrases or sentences that could be simpler.
Usually, I write and edit my articles in the Hemingway Editor with Grammarly running behind the scenes. Once I’m done, I copy and paste my words to wherever I want to publish them.
With the help of these two great tools, I can edit and enhance my writing to perfection, and you can too.