Common Errors to Correct When Editing Your Draft: Voice and Adverbs


My passion for storyology started at a typical young age, but with a desire to do it forever. That's why before I started my true writing journey, I taught writing and reading in high school classrooms in AZ. Later, I started writing part-time toward a goal of being published. All the while, trying to help others like me with my storyology blog.

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  1. manjula says:

    Hemingway just has no idea how Google’s algorithms rank your writing. It’ll help you become a clearer writer but it can’t help with SEO. Don’t get me wrong, I still use Hemingway from time to time to make sure the mechanics of my writing are on point, but I’ve been relying on INK’s Content Relevancy Score more lately.

  2. Thank you Ashley for the great education. You are a great teacher. Cheers!

  3. Glynis Jolly says:

    For unexplained reasons, my 1st drafts are always filled with these two grammar mistakes. I haven’t been able to figure out why though because I don’t do it that often when I speak.

    • A Wise Woman says:

      For the average person, how we speak and how we write are very different. We’re more wordy when we write and more brief and blunt when we speak. In the same way, we’re taught to use adverbs for quick description; but for creative writing, it’s “forbidden”.

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