Writing shouldn’t be hard. While crafting an idea, composing the outline, and fleshing out the structure may be of academic or professional concern, you shouldn’t have to try writing. Just write.
This is not to say that technical details don’t have their place. The first step is to get it out of you. The following tools may assist you in your writing journey. Have fun on your adventure. We all have a story to tell.
AI tools to assist you
ChatGPT– This AI language model can help you with various natural processing tasks, such as language translation, question-answering, text summarization, sentiment analysis, and more.
copy.ai – An alternative to ChatGPT, this AI model is more specifically used for short-form writing, such as blogs, emails, and social media posts.
jasper.ai– – An alternative to ChatGPT, this AI model is more specifically used for short-form writing, such as blogs, emails, and social media posts.
originality.ai – If you’re using AI with your writing, you want to run your copy through this tool to scour out potential plagiarism or obvious AI-generated content.
Quillbot – Rephrase any text that you or an AI tool has created to improve in fluency, tone, and style.
free writing tools to assist you
Word Hippo – My favorite thesaurus.
Power Thesaurus – Also my favorite thesaurus, especially if I want to get into the etymology of words.
Online Etymology Dictionary – Wonder where that word or phrase originated? https://www.etymonline.com/
Rewordify – Sometimes, I tend to get wordy with my sentences. This tool will help remedy your verbosity.
Readable – Another pretty good readability tool
Hemingway – Excellent readability tool
Word Counter – Monitor your word count.
Grammarly – Writing tool that helps you check for several types of errors.
Random Sentence Generator – Struggling with how to start your sentence or story? Use this prompt generator.
Quotes for Writing – Not a writing tool, but neat, little writing-related quotes that make you feel warm and fuzzy or severely judged inside. View them here.