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Are You Using the Right Words in Your Writing?

Proper word choice isn’t a detail, it’s a necessity

If you’re anything like me, you don’t really think about every word you use when writing the first draft of anything. You have a story in your head, something to say. So you let it flow onto the page without much filtering.

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Freelance Editor • Cultural Journalist. I talk language, freelance writing, and books — in no particular order.

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Karin A. R. Taglang

Karin A. R. Taglang

Freelance Editor • Cultural Journalist. I talk language, freelance writing, and books — in no particular order.

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