Updates to the Book: The Productive Author’s Guide to Dictation

I’m a book I published several years ago: The Productive Author’s Guide to Dictation: Speak Your Way to Higher, Healthier Word Counts, which is an introduction to how dictation can supercharge your fiction and non-fiction writing and blogging.

The nature of the topic means I’ll need to keep updating it over the years; just a little tweaking and refreshing.

Here’s the new version’s cover, which is really similar to the last version, and yes, the octopus is here to stay, because writing productivity skills like dictation may make you feel like you’re leveraging a few extra arms.

What, you didn’t know that’s something you want?!

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The Productive Author’s Guide to Dictation gets into detail on suggested software (like Dragon) and gear, as well as some essential basics for learning this skill.

And it is definitely a skill! It takes some getting used to, but I feel the world is heading in this direction anyway, so as writers or other creatives, why not adopt this time-saving practice now and save our poor bodies unnecessary repetitive strain in the process?!

I’ve personally seen consistently higher word counts and increased productivity (and that’s an understatement).

Sign up below so I can also notify you as soon as this latest version is available, as well as other deals as they pop up, or jump in with the current version now if you can’t wait. The core content will be the same.


Send me word when the new version of The Productive Author’s Guide to Dictation is available!

 





Best of luck with all the summer writing projects going on out there!!


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