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Three Reasons Great Writers Break the Rules

When you know the rules, you get to break them.

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Writing that is engaging doesn’t always get a perfect score on Grammarly. Often, the reverse is true. When I started using Grammarly, my stories got bland and boring and route. My best stories, with the most engagement, don’t receive a perfect score — they earn a number anywhere between 70 and 80.

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