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When’s the Last Time You Considered a Writing Course?

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Not long ago, I was editing another writer’s post and felt compelled to point out his overuse of the word great. It was in his title and appeared three times in a four-sentence paragraph. He’d sprinkled it elsewhere. How shall I say it kindly? Liberally.

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Julie Ranson

Julie Ranson

Word Lover. Writer. Self-improver. Believer. Wife. Mother of three adults. Find me everywhere: https://linktr.ee/jjranson

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