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Soon it will be time for AJ to run through the descriptions and dialog tags and do some good editing of the words actually and not just the syntax of stuff.

To help with that AJ will likely use a few cool dictionaries.

The emotions dictionary is pretty cool.

The series linked from amazon is all pretty cool too.

AJ is utilizing AutoCrit to help find the weak areas but is not using the tool itself. Mostly because the formatting is shit. And it’s actually easier to just fix it in Dabble and go from there. And then resubmit the document when an edit is complete and reevaluate. We’ve never had good luck with editing it there — losing work and stuff. So this is the best solution we’ve found so far.

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  1. I didn’t know there was an emotions dictionary. I’ll have to check it out. I’ve never heard of autocrit either. Is it intuitive?

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    1. Nox says:

      It’s easy enough to use. The reports are pretty similiar to prowriting aid, but you can compare your work to similiar books and that gives you an understanding of where you are in comparison.

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