Good English Word Polish

[Indies Unlimited is brought to you in part by the fine people at Good English, a division of Imelda’s Offshore Holdings and Shoe Equity Fund.]

Authors, is your manuscript dull and lackluster? Are your characters flat and lifeless? Are you plagued by embarrassing typos and malapropisms?

Professional editing can be costly and time-consuming. What’s an author to do?

Thank goodness for Good English Word Polish! Just spray some on your manuscript and watch your prose glisten.

Good English removes unwanted adverbs, strips away verb-tense conflict, aligns backstory, corrects unseemly timeline errors, and eliminates repetitive phrases.

Best of all, Good English Word Polish is non-toxic and typo-allergenic. Try some today! You’ll be glad you did.

Author: Stephen Hise

Stephen Hise is the Evil Mastermind and founder of Indies Unlimited. Hise is an independent author and an avid supporter of the indie author movement. Learn more about Stephen at his website or his Amazon author page.

17 thoughts on “Good English Word Polish”

  1. Eat your heart out Bill Gates! I’ll have a truck load. Oh, and you’ll be needing some personal security now, Steve? My rates are very competitive.

    1. Oh, how funny. I’m a retired small-town journalist. I’ve even won some awards, But the answer to what will I pay is: as little as possible. If you think book publishers don’t pay well, you should try small-town radio stations and newspapers. I had some fun, though. But fiction is so much more interesting. My best to you.

    2. But wouldn’t it be fun if there were such a polish? Just think, a pain-free way to make our prose equal to those of the best of us. Wow.

  2. This is another sign of the times. When I was a gel, we had to mix beeswax with the Oxford and make our own. I’ll take a dozen.

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