This is mostly for the people that are trying to make a go with writing sans professional editor.
I'm looking for websites that help remind you of grammar rules but are designed in such a way that it takes into account the need for fictional stylizing. Sites that remind you of what word is the right word in a homophone. Sites that remind you of the proper time to use words like lay and lie.
I've been using http://grammar.quickanddirtytips.com/ and so far I enjoy the little reminders of stuff but am always on the look out for more.
So, what's your go to site?
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