Make Bram Stoker Proud: Dictate in Your Asylum

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The Count had his castle and John Seward had his asylum–and you have your writing lair. But here’s one way you might not be keeping up with the doctor.

Did you know dictation figures in to several chapter of Bram Stoker’s Dracula? Lucy was chilled by the recordings Dr. Seward took of his patients, as she transcribed his audio diary.

Not many writers are using their voices as effectively as Dr. Seward did. The Productive Author has a guide for helping you overcome the learning curve and drafting faster than ever, thanks to speech recognition software.

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