ProWritingAid Versus Grammarly

ProWritingAid Versus Grammarly

ProWritingAid vs. Grammarly for Authors: A Published Author’s Take

As a fellow published author, I can break down the pros and cons of ProWritingAid and Grammarly to help you decide which is better for your needs. Here’s a comparison focusing on features helpful to writers and cost:

Helpfulness for Authors
  • Grammar and Mechanics: Both catch typos, grammatical errors, and offer suggestions for clarity. Grammarly might have a slight edge in accuracy, but it’s a close call.
  • Style and Readability: ProWritingAid shines here with reports on overused words, cliches, sentence length variations, and a “Readability Score”. It helps you write with variety and keep your audience engaged.
  • Genre-Specific Checks: ProWritingAid offers reports for dialogue checks, passive voice overuse, and even clichés specific to fiction genres. This is a big win for fiction writers.
  • Rephrasing and Tone: Both offer suggestions, but Grammarly excels with its one-click tone adjustment feature. This is handy for quickly shifting the formality or mood of your writing.

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A Peek into 2024

A Peek into 2024

A Peek into 2024 and some of the upcoming programs we are creating, updating, and revamping for our customers as well as our fellow writers out there. This is going to be the year of informative, fun and, we hope, bigger participation in our programs. The more we all learn about our crafts the better writers and providers we will become. Then too, the more we share, the bigger and better things we can all accomplish. Since I have recently re-enrolled in college to finish one of my lifelong dreams of getting a master’s degree and perhaps even my Ph.D. in Business Communications and Media, my attention may be spread a little thin. However, it is also going to give me some new material to share. So stay tuned for more posts and videos about that.
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