Our core mission at BetaReader.io is to help authors create better stories through feedback and reading data, and we frequently get questions from new and established writers regarding how they can hone their craft. They ask if we, with all the feedback and reading data that we collect, are able to distinguish any patterns that we can share.
For a long time, our response has been that every writer – every story – is unique. That you need to listen, not only to the feedback you get, but to your own inner voice, as well. What is it that you want to convey to the world? What is the best version of your story?
That is, until now. Today, we launch Shakespeare Writer.
Shakespeare Writer is an AI word processor that takes your words and turns them into new, better words. It has been fed with the literature of the best writers in history (or, well, primarily with the works of Shakespeare), and learnt what works and what doesn’t, and now it’s ready to help you become a better writer!
Best-selling author A. F. Day, one of our early adopters who got to beta test Shakespeare Writer while we built it, claims that it has helped her improve her writing by an order of magnitude. ”My readers now have a hard time telling the difference between my words and Shakespeare’s,” she says with a joyful tear in her eye, ”and, to be honest, I can’t even tell it myself anymore.”
But don’t take our word for it – go ahead and try it yourself today!
And don’t forget: ”A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool,” as Shakespeare would have put it.
// The BetaReader.io Team