Counting how many times I use REALLY, VERY, WAS, FELT, THOUGHT, and all those other, pesky, weak words.

When we write, there some obvious tricks of the trade we try to follow:  No passive voice, show-not tell, minimal adverbs.  Priscilla Bettis offers us an eyeopening to see how often these no-nos sneak into our writing. via Counting how many times I use REALLY, VERY, WAS, FELT, THOUGHT, and all those other, pesky, weak words.

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8 thoughts on “Counting how many times I use REALLY, VERY, WAS, FELT, THOUGHT, and all those other, pesky, weak words.”

  1. Cool post as usual….it makes you think.
    And because I realised I messed up with my post and deleted the one you commented on as it was only the draft and even with a error on the title ( because I had not my glasses on), here is my reply to you:
    Thank you dear😘I’m glad I’m back too.
    P.s I always get anti glare on my lenses too especially sunglasses as here in Ireland the light can be lethal if you are sensitive eyes

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