If you’ve been writing for a while, you probably know that sometimes we writers have a habit of reusing the same words over and over throughout our manuscripts. This is especially common for those of us who write sporadically.
Catching this pesky overused words not only tightens up our manuscript but by identifying them helps us to proactively stop (over)using them.
This is the second part of my article on writing realistic sex scenes. If you missed it, check out How to write realistic Sex Scenes (pt 1).
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This mini-post has been churning around in my head recently after I read a short story online. While the story seemed okay, the word “very” rang heavily throughout and by the end I was just annoyed.