I'm trying to write a tagline for my live blogging service, and this is what I've come up with:
Live blogs that are a breeze to write, a pleasure to read and are actually updated in real-time.
Is that correct grammar or should it be
Live blogs that are a breeze to write, a pleasure to read and actually updated in real-time.
The completions 'a breeze to write' and 'a pleasure to read' both follow '... that are'. So why does 'are actually...' sound better to me? Doesn't that repeat the 'are'?