Writing Hack #28 of 33—Writing Hacks for Aspiring Authors Who Crave to Be to Published
Part of good editing is to use fewer words. If you learn to self-edit, then you will actually be able to improve your writing as you go. However, this is only after you have made telling your story passionately the first priority. Polishing your writing has to come last.
Below is a list of common redundant words. Try to learn and eliminate these redundancies from your writing. Obviously, these are only a few. Discover your own and add to this list! Examine these words and realize the repetition!
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