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    Senior Member Avonne Writer's Avatar
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    Useful site: Analyze your writing

    I've tried this site. It analyzes your writing for overused words in your writing like adverb ly words, than/then, could, -ing words etc, redundancy, cliches and it gives you a mini report and highlights the overused words. It also gives you sentence pacing. You can use this site free for a limited capacity as mentioned above. They also offer an extended version with a paid membership.

    http://www.autocrit.com/wizardformpage.php

    A warning: You will only be able to submit about 500 words for analyzing (I copied in a whole chapter and it automatically cut my submission down-but did give me a 700 word analysis). And, you can only use the free service 3 times in a given 24hour period of time.



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    Avonne Writer, thank you for the link. It helped me to see things my eyes didn't.

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    Senior Member Avonne Writer's Avatar
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    Your welcome, Henry.

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    Pretty awesome.

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    There is one other analyzer I found over the weekend.
    http://www.masteredit.netii.net

    Not experienced enough to know which one is better. Just thought I would toss it out there for anyone interested.

    I didn't know I had so many redundant words in such close proximity

    I like autocrit.

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    Senior Member Avonne Writer's Avatar
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    I'll check it out. Thanks for sharing.

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    awesome tool. thanks so much for sharing!

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    Thanks, didn't know such tools existed!

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    It's just awesome to know that such sites exists. Very useful info. Thanks

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