Bram Stoker’s Dracula and The Powers of Dictation

While Dracula may not ever wise up to dictation, the fabulous John (or Jack) Seward did. In Bram Stoker’s classic novel several chapters are devoted to asylum director and psychiatrist John Seward’s diary based on phonograph recordings regarding his patients. He and Abraham Van Helsing try to save Lucy Westenra from the vampire.

If it’s good enough for the ambitious Dr. Seward, maybe dictation can help you capture your nightmares. Or unicorn rainbows. Or whatever it is you write. If you have more time than imagination, dictation could very well help!

As far as how you’re going to learn to dictate, please check out this guide:

The Productive Authors Guide to Dictation Front Cover E 2

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Here are advantages you may not know about: 13 Advantages to Dictating Your Writing.

And since speed is probably the top advantage, NaNoWriMo’ers should definitely take a look at this how-to guide!!

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