Are You A Redundant Writer?


Redundancy:

a : superfluous repetition : prolixity
b : an act or instance of needless repetition
the part of a message that can be eliminated without loss of essential information
Merriam-Webster Dictionary

When I started writing, one of my biggest writing mistakes was redundancy. Examples of redundant phrases  I’ve been guilty of using were: each and every, could possibly, all throughout, first of all, first started, and more.  Today, I can say that I am more aware of  it and I try to avoid redundancies as much as I can.

I have moved this article to my former blog, rachewrites.blogspot.com. Kindly please click on the link to read the rest of this post.

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