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Read your writing out loud

Don’t just read it in your mind. Actually speak the words. 

Does it sound like you? If it doesn’t, you probably will stumble when you’re trying to read it out loud.

When we truly listen to what we’ve written, we detect what’s wrong or weak with our writing. We can point out which words, sentences, and statements sound unnatural or forced or pretentious.

Because that’s what unique writing is all about: Writing that sounds like you.

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