**Closed contest – winner announced!**
November has already come to an end, and hundreds of thousands of aspiring novelists, writers and bloggers face a challenge—to edit and finish what they started.
We teamed up with Grammarly to give away a year of Grammarly Premium to help one lucky writer proofread their book-to-be.
National Novel Writing Month is drawing to a close and soon hundreds of thousands of writers will face the challenge of editing their manuscripts.
As you might already know, Grammarly’s popular free writing app provides writers with a virtual second set of eyes, gently underlining grammar, spelling, and punctuation that doesn’t look quite right so the author can decide whether to make a change.
Grammarly Premium gives writers additional advanced corrections, plagiarism detection, vocabulary enhancement suggestions, and even genre-specific style settings.
Grammarly has written a useful post on the six common writing mistakes to look out for when writing.
I learned a couple of lessons that I know I’ve had trouble with in my previous posts and books. I know these guys know what they’re talking about. Worth a read.
To enter the contest for a chance to win a year’s access to Grammarly Premium, and give your writing the clarity and accuracy it deserves, use the box below and click the blue tweet button to share a tweet to this post to your followers.
The winner is Crystal Reynolds, from Canada! Congratulations, and thank you to everyone who participated.