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Readability and Other Statistics in Writing

As writers, we should try to keep our audience in mind while we write. We should also try to make our work readable. But, sometimes this is harder than it seems because most writers, especially me, get lost in our work. I came across this pretty interesting site via another writer. The site helps you track the readability of your work, whether it's fiction or non-fiction, and it gives you a nice rundown of statistics in a particular section. This includes information such as how many pronouns, conjunctions, prepositions, etc., that you have, the average length of sentences and how many sentences per paragraph. It's a great tool, especially for beginners. It's free and is kind of fun to use. I just found out that somehow I used 50 pronouns in a piece that's only 340 words long! The site is called Storytoolz: