Thanks to the world's spy technology, the little-known software program--the one that has been secretly used by the best-selling authors--has been discovered, and soon it's going to be available to the masses.
Doesn't it sound cool?
Well, it is.
It's a shrink and a cheerleader in one sleek electronic package.
It corrects your grammar--with none of those annoying iPhone corrections that turn your 'boss your chops' into 'butt your chips'. It points out your overuse of adverbs and adjectives. It fixes your punctuation and highlights multiple occurrences of the same word in the entire novel.
But that's not all. Attawriter is the first and only product on the market that can point out the places in a manuscripts where you're telling, not showing. It utilizes special Nasa-developed technology that uses the combination of counters of your descriptors and nouns to accurately predict problem areas.
It even spots plot holes. Don't believe me? It highlighted the seventeenth dead guy on page 158 of my manuscript who was supposed to be hiding in an attic.
I once had a character look at herself in the mirror to describe her 'brilliant, clear blue eyes', and guess what? Attawriter was there to bring my attention to my rookie mistake.
It's gentle yet persistent in its criticism. It always starts with "you're a brilliant, one-of-a-kind writer who has never yet lived on earth" and even suggests you get another cup of coffee when you've been typing nonstop for more than an hour.
It's integrated with Siri and sings "You Are the Champion" whenever you type "The End" or "Epilogue". It even converts your multiple exclamation points into smiley faces--because by then you're surely way too tired and need a little boost.
In other words, Attawriter is every writer's dream. It's better than your spouse, best friend, or your high-school English teacher.
It's the way of the future, and you can't afford to stay behind.
To sign up for the release of Attawriter, follow my blog.
Remember, if you're not on the Attawriter train, you're going to be left behind.