Write client letters like Hemingway with this new app
Novelist Ernest Hemingway is known as a master of clear, concise, writing. He shunned adverbs. He never used long words when a short one sufficed. His sentences were short and declarative.
For advisors who wish they could write to clients with the clarity of the master writer, who won the Nobel Prize in 1954, there is a solution.
A new app, called Hemingway, helps users pare their prose. It points out complicated sentences, useless words, and passive voice phrases. It also gives passages a clarity ranking. (This post was ranked “Good.”)
Beware, while Hemingway highlights your mistakes, it’s still up to you to fix them. The author wouldn’t have had it any other way.