Using ProWritingAid to Enhance & Improve Your Writing Skills
Description: Lisa Lepki, Head of Marketing and Editor of the ProWritingAid Blog, talks with Alexa about using ProWritingAid to improve your writing skills.
Format: Video Q&A
Level: This presentation is for all levels.
Head of Marketing and Editor of the ProWritingAid Blog
Lisa is a serious word nerd as well as the Head of Marketing at ProWritingAid. With over 15 years’ experience in writing, marketing, and PR, she sometimes loves the technical elements of writing more than the writing itself. Lisa is the co-author of ’20 Editing Tips from Professional Writers’, ‘The Novel-Writing Training Plan’ and ‘Creating Legends: How to Craft Characters Readers Adore’, and is currently working on her first novel. Her writing can also be found on Writer’s Digest, bookbaby.com, The Writing Cooperative, The Write Life, DIYAuthor and many other sites for writers.
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This is very helpful. thanks for the 5 things. I am a blogger and doing a masters and working on banning my passive voice and using stronger verbs. Thanks, Lisa
As a new fiction writer, I thoroughly enjoyed this presentation. Thank you.
Thank you for this in-depth presentation. I’m a long time unpublished writer. Requiring lots of grammatical structure. You cover some great tips today!
Wow. I learned english…and studied language but i feel like i really need this to get ready for a real edit!
Thank you, Lisa, very useful presentation. I use ProWritingAid and it’s helpful.
Tried the free 500 word check and love it – can’t wait for discount code
Check it out in the members area Judy! It’s there waiting for you. 🙂
Thanks so much, Lisa, for sharing your insights. This interview was so practical and informative.
Very useful tips on what affects our writing without thinking about.