Thanks to Scott Abel for bringing this tool to my attention. Hemingway is not a tool for writing your own version of "The Old Man and the Sea", but rather it’s a tool to help writers identify some key points that can help improve writing. The link to this (www.hemingwayapp.com) has a beta version you can try out so that you can see how it works, and I have to say, it’s pretty neat!
There is a cost to buy it for a desktop version, but it’s super cheap! It’s about USD $7.00! That’s two cups of Starbucks coffee, and it’ll last longer.
Check it out. I plan to download this for myself!
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Isn’t that cool? Here’s another one I like: https://readability-score.com. (Hat tip to Jayna Locke, who recommended this to me after Confab 2015.)
Nice! Thanks for passing that one off as well.