Ask any author which part of his job he would like to avoid, and you’ll hear the same answer: editing.
The writing itself is a torturous process, since writers are struggling with a torpedo of confusing emotions and thoughts.
When they are finally done with the book, they have to face another challenge: fixing what they thought was perfect.
Writers usually like leaving this part to professional editors, but they still have to go through the first draft several times before forwarding it. There are great online tools that can help you edit a book as close to perfection as you possibly could.
The 7 online resources we chose for this list cover different aspects of the editing process: spelling, grammar, logic, background information, repetitiveness, and readability.
It won’t take much time for you to test them and realise that the post-writing stages are not frightening at all.