Think Thesaurus

One invaluable tool I use on a regular basis is my thesaurus. I have it sitting on my computer desk within easy reach. When I’m writing about a particular subject, and I need to break up my article or manuscript with a different synonym, my thesaurus gives me a plethora of choices to prevent my piece from becoming redundant.

I picked up my copy for a few bucks at an outlet store several years ago. It was one of those, “Should I buy this?” kind of moments. I’m so glad I talked myself into its purchase. It is used more often than my dictionary.

Looking for a first-rate writing resource? Think thesaurus.

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