@Jordan Dane Have you ever considered dictating your next book or used voice recognition resources to dictate your book? I must admit that the thought of this scared me. I’m such a visual learner and have a process I’m comfortable with. I connect that comfort to my ability to craft a book, so the idea of messing with my comfort zone gave me the jitters. Here are some things to consider: Dictating is free – If you’re uncertain about investing in this process, you can test the waters for free. Google Voice Typing and Google DOCs has a feature you can try. HERE is a link to the step by step instructions for Google. For other free apps, visit this LINK . Voice recognition software has gotten better. (For MAC users, Google Voice appears to be a better option than Dragon/ Dragon Naturally Speaking even if Dragon is made for MAC users ). Dragon may be another software to try for PC users.) HERE is a list of top-rated recommended voice recognition software with feature comparisons. Health Issues – For those concerned with carpal tunnel for your wrists or too much sitting, dictating can ease the strain on your […]
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