Premium Book Editing Platform AutoCrit Adds Brand New Non-Fiction Editing Suite
Premium Book Editing Platform AutoCrit Adds Tony Robbins, Zig Ziglar, Brené Brown, and More to Brand New Non-Fiction Editing Suite
Until now, AutoCrit's unique style of manuscript editing guidance has been designed and developed with fiction writers in mind – but non-fiction authors will soon be able to enjoy the same kind of step-by-step assistance with making their books the best they can be.
Expanding AutoCrit's internal database of published writing to almost twice its size, the addition of non-fiction allows budding authors to directly compare their writing with famous scribes including Tony Robbins, Deepak Chopra, Zig Ziglar, Stephen Hawking and more. All of these come in addition to authors such as Tom Clancy, J.K. Rowling, George R.R. Martin, and Danielle Steel, who are already present in AutoCrit's fiction comparison selection.
Following the stylistic trends behind massively successful published works and guiding writers through the editing process across more than 20 essential categories, AutoCrit now delivers the perfect solution to meet the unique needs of writers of any kind.
Kevin Pruemer of AutoCrit says, "The addition of non-fiction to the AutoCrit platform has been a long time coming. Collecting and analyzing the contents of thousands of books across all kinds of non-fiction genres was a daunting task, but the result is an update that takes the possibilities for our users to another level entirely. Everything we do is based on what actually works for authors in the real world, so we're beyond delighted to finally have these non-fiction options in the hands of the AutoCrit community. Things can only get bigger and better from here."
AutoCrit is a unique and highly specialized software that is designed to be the optimal writing coach. The only online self-editing platform built from the content of actual published books, AutoCrit not only tidies up your writing, but offers precision guidance that helps you meet the standards of success within your specific genre.
AutoCrit's non-fiction features will be available on Monday, March 9.
For more information or to arrange access for press interviews, demos or reviews, visit AutoCrit's website (https://www.autocrit.com/