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Self Editing Tips - Eliminate the 'Invisible' Habit Words

From The Blood Red Pencil blog: "Self-Editing One Step at a Time: Identifying and Eliminating Your H... Words" comes good advice from Patricia Stoltey on ridding your writing of repetitive words and phrases.

They are invisible because you may not notice that you are indeed over-using the terms. It's best to get another set of eyes to give you a hand in your search and destroy (or at least find a synonym) mission.

Some of the words to look out for? According to the article:
just, really, pretty, some, actually, so, well, back, up, oh, off, somehow, like, very, many, that, finally, real, rather, anyway

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