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For me one of the most useful tool in my writing arsenal is Urban dictionary. What is your most referred to website for your writing?
My Answer: I'm really a plain-jane, bland person, who so desperately wants to spice things up. I love to cook and add different flavors. Sometimes they work (like adding garlic to almost everything) and sometimes they don't (like adding strawberries to my homemade pasta sauce to give it added sweetness without adding sugar). I notice I favor cetain adverbs and description words, but as I'm reading them back to myself, they can really get boring. So because of this, I have enlisted www.Thesaurus.com as my best friend. I can take one of my plain-jane words and add some spice to the MS using one of the synonyms given to me by the site. It's been a great tool in my writing adventure.
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