Every Fiction Writer’s Secret Weapon
November is the time for writing 1,667 words a day for National Novel Writing Month. But what happens after your quest for 50,000 words has come to an end? Don’t abandon your story—edit it!
We’re giving away hundreds of AutoCrit memberships in November to celebrate NaNoWriMo.
Each week, the prizes get bigger!
Week 1 | Drawing 11/4
100 One-Month AutoCrit Memberships
Week 2 | Drawing 11/11
50 Three-Month Memberships
Week 3 | Drawing 11/18
25 Six-Month Memberships
Week 4 | Drawing 11/25
5 One-Year Memberships
Week 5 | Drawing 12/2
1 Lifetime Membership
Week 6 | Drawing 12/5
5 Lifetime Memberships
(NaNoWriMo Winners Only)
Can’t Wait to Have Editing Power at Your Fingertips?
SPECIAL NaNoWriMo OFFER – 50% OFF A THREE-MONTH MEMBERSHIP
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AutoCrit makes the process quicker and easier
I have an editor—a real one—but I’ve always had to make several back-and-forth exchanges to fix up my manuscript. Now, as I've been using this program, I am sure I will be able to polish my completed novel before sending it to my editor, making the process quicker and easier. Thank you so much for all you've done for me, AutoCrit!
I'm convinced my work is stronger
I have to admit, I was skeptical ... and concerned that a formulaic approach could do more harm than good. But, having used Autocrit for the first 5,000 words (so far), and having subsequently read through the result, I'm convinced my work is stronger. I'm impressed. (100,000 words to go.)