Before-and-After StyleWriter Samples:
Journalists go through several years' training to write in a news style. But all journalists benefit from editing. That's why every newspaper and magazine employs editors and subeditors to review and improve the writing style. Most changes made by the editor are to produce a clearer and more effective style, pick up on proofreading mistakes missed by conventional spelling checkers and to check for consistency with the publications house style.
StyleWriter – designed by journalists and editors – encourages the writing style used by journalists. It is also a wonderful editor's tool, offering proofreading checks missed by spelling checkers and allowing an editor to customize the program to check for most errors.
Before Editing with StyleWriter
Click on the image below to see the original news article
After Editing with StyleWriter
Click on the image below to see the same news article edited with StyleWriter
Professional writers find StyleWriter useful in editing their work. Journalists, copywriters and novelists all use the program to improve the clarity and readability of their work. Journalists like StyleWriter's quick review and analysis of their writing. But the feature they usually like most is adding to StyleWriter's advice. In this way, they can check for their publication's house style and writing conventions.
To guarantee all your editorials are in clear, concise and easy-to-read English, use StyleWriter.