One of the real boons of having interrupted writing time is being able to see the same banal groups of words popping up page after page.
Or am I the only writer who does this?
Maybe I shouldn't admit it.
Too late now.
If I revise my manuscript chapter by chapter instead of in larger chunks, those overworked phrases scurry into hiding. In response to the Write Brainer's Olympic Challenge, I have ignored most other responsibilities to work on draft #6. My sustained effort has allowed me to identify many redundancies.
Perhaps I should refer to it as Project Eradication.
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