What are the best resources for improving your writing skills?

  • #1

    Windows , Mac , iOS

    $40 - Free trial available

    Written on April 29, 2017
    Zachary Gilbert
    "This is a next-level text editor that you must get if you're serious about writing. I've been working on a book for the last 8 months. Before this I was using a basic editor, and with 25,000 words completed thus far, it was so hard to go back and edit or find pieces of my story that needed work. SCrivener allows you to see each part of the story. It breaks it down into manageable pieces and allows you to jump back and forth to see sections that need work."
  • #2


    $90 - Free trial available

    Written on May 20, 2017
    Tammy Edwards
    "I found StyleWriter to be useful, especially since the software comes with a free trial. Ultimately, the best resource for learning to be a better writer is not something that can be guaranteed through a software solution. I have had better luck just checking out good books about the craft of writing from the library."
  • #3
    Written on April 6, 2017
    Kyle Silva
    "When I need to look into how to better create a proposal for work, I tend to look at this site to give me tips on how to adjust my writing style. A worthwhile bookmark if you are constantly writing documents for work or for play."

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Best resources for improving your writing skills
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 Scrivener Software 88 Paid
2 StyleWriter Software 41 Paid
3 Writer's Digest University Courses 23 Paid
4 Daily Page Websites 6 Paid
5 Poynter Writing Tools Websites 0 Free
6 Grammar girl Websites 0 Free
7 wikihow: How to use English Punctuation Correctly Websites 0 Free
8 writers digest Websites 0 Free
9 How To Write and Abstract guide Websites 0 Free
10 UACES how to write an abstract for a paper Websites 0 Free

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