Pt 3: High-Frequency Word Alternatives for Writers
Every writer has them... high-frequency or "crutch" words, if you will. If you're anything like me, they tend to change with each unique work. Word phrases like "no longer," and "this time," for example. With a little help from 34 Editing, the editor who made my Daughter of Perdition Series pretty, we decided to provide you all with several alternatives to some of the more frequent over-used word phrases in fiction.
For handy bonus graphics that correlate with some of the ideas listed in this blog post series, skip to the High-Frequency Word Alternatives for Writers Pinterest Board!
Kind of/Sort of
in all likelihood
Even if/Even though
At the moment
at present/in the present
at this juncture/moment/point/stage
After this/After that
as a result
There you have it -- several high-frequency word [phrase] alternatives. Check out my High-Frequency Word Alternatives for Writers Pinterest Board to access the bonus graphics that correlate with some of the ideas listed in this blog post!