“If there's a book that you want to read, but it hasn't been written yet, then you must write it.” ― Toni Morrison

These are some of the best apps, according to me, for writers to use.


ProWritingAid is a website that edits everything you have written. It will inform you of run-on sentences, grammar mistakes, readability, and plagiarism, or in simpler ways you could just use the summary button and it points out everything.

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Story ideas can pop into your head at anytime and place. While some writers will have a small notebook to write their ideas down, it could be simpler to type it into your cell phone then write it down later.

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Writer's digest has just about everything on its website - writing prompts, tips, competitions, etc.

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Urban Dictionary is the dictionary of teen and adult slang words.


You can discover new books on goodreads, give reviews, and recommendations of books across this website.


TitleCap corrects the title you enter and fixes any mistakes there may be.

There are three title settings:
◦AP Style
◦Capitalizing words with five or more letters
◦Chicago Manual of Style (I recommend this setting)


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A flashdrive isn't an app or website but if you write on your laptop/computer, then I recommend saving your work on a flashdrive along with the laptop/computer. If your technology used for writing gets damaged or stolen, or you can't access your writing, then it will be a major heartbreak. So try to find a few flashdrives for yourself.

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Remember, writing is meant to be fun - another way to express yourself. So find writing styles you like best along with go-to websites and apps to help you out with writing.

Happy writing!

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