In August of 2018, I added Grammarly to my writing tool kit. I wanted to focus on creating when I wrote, and then let an editing and proofing program to help me with all the rules I have trouble remembering. You know the ones, comma or no, split infinitives, prepositions at the ends of sentences, those sorts of things. I use it all the time, letting it examine my work before I press SEND. It’s a “How do I look?” check before I let it leave the building. I sometimes forget that it monitors my writing in general and gives me weekly reports.
A note from Grammarly this morning brought a smile.
I do work hard at using the right —the best— word. Grammarly noticed I was doing well there, and told me so.
OK, back to work; I have a couple of books awaiting my attention.