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Redundancies In Your Writing that Will Kill the Reading Experience, And You Won’t Know It

Strong writing leads to greater reader immersion

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We all have little “tics” in our writing. Words we overuse. Nod. Smile. Stomach churning. Telling where you should be showing.

But there are more insidious words and phrases that you might not even realise…

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Sherryl Clark

Sherryl Clark

Writer, teacher, editor, book lover — www.sherrylclarkwritingcoach.com is where I offer editing and manuscript development services.

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