Filter words and phrases it’s best to avoid in writing fiction

Kathy Steinemann shares an excellent article about using writing filters, from Anne R. Allen’s blog… I always learn something valuable about writing from Anne’s blog. I printed this out to refer to. ❤

This article provides a list of writing filters, with practical examples of how to replace them. You’ll also find exercises that can double as story prompts. All words exist for a reason. Use them wisely to create engaging narrative.

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