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POV Consistency

In fiction, consistency in point of view is critical, from making making sure you’re using the right pronouns to helping the reader smoothly follow from one character’s perspective to another. […]

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Initial Pronoun and Names

This analysis helps you see how often you start sentences in your manuscript with either a pronoun (she, he, it) or a name. Imagine if every sentence in a novel […]

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Sentence Starters

As writers, we want to mix up our sentence structures—it makes our writing livelier and more interesting than if every sentence starts the same way. But we have to watch […]

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Generic Descriptions

As fiction writers, it’s our job to create a vivid, detailed world for our readers. But that won’t happen if you have boring, generic descriptions in your manuscript. Generic descriptions […]

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Homonyms

This analysis helps you spot homophones and homonyms so you can make sure you’re using the correct word. Homophones are words that are pronounced the same but are spelled differently […]

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Personal Words and Phrases

Do you have a word or phrase not found in the standard AutoCrit analysis categories that you want highlighted in your writing? Words or phrases you know you repeat or […]

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