Jocelyn Pruemer

Jocelyn Pruemer
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Jocelyn Pruemer is passionate about helping authors write and edit smarter with the help of technology. As the owner and creative mind behind AutoCrit, her goal is to make self-editing a real and powerful solution for authors at any level. AutoCrit combines the research of thousands of bestselling novels with feedback from authors, agents, and publishers in an easy-to-use tool designed to make good writers great.
power words

How To Harness The Hidden Influence Of Power Words

Powerful words that pack a punch can make for highly evocative writing... but there’s something you should watch out for if you want to hit the right notes.
improve your writing

Variety Is The Spice That Will Improve Your Writing

Generic descriptions and recurring sentence structures lead to a rather boring read. Editing with a focus on more interesting word choices and sentence structures can improve your writing and make it shine.
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How To Turn A Good Manuscript Into A Great Manuscript

Self-editing can be harder than writing because we grow to love our creations, and we often have difficulty seeing them objectively. We have a hard time destroying the little superfluous bits that keep our manuscripts from greatness because it feels like we’re destroying pieces of ourselves.
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Let your dialogue do the talking

I’ve never met a writer who hasn’t wanted her reader to get completely lost in the words on the page. While there are many things that separate fact from fiction, there’s one thing that all writers ignore at their peril: a good, hard, honest self-edit. Let’s talk dialogue. Fiction writers learn quickly that there’s nothing as terrible as stiff, unrealistic dialogue to pull a reader out of the story. The first place to start is by cutting out as many dialogue tags as you can.

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