Using Dictation to Be a Better Writer
Tired of being stuck in a chair behind a desk?
Do you want to write more without sacrificing your health and sanity?
Learn how you can get more written while:
• Hiking or just going for a stroll
• Watching your kids play at the park
• Taking a bath
Multiple New York Times best-selling author Kevin J. Anderson has written 160 books—nearly fifteen million words!—most of them by dictating into a hand-held recorder while hiking.
Award-winning novelist and short story writer Martin L. Shoemaker dictates chapters and stories while driving, turning his daily commute into a productive work session.
These two die-hard “dictators” share their techniques and insights into how dictation can help you:
• Improve your writing productivity
• Use otherwise lost time to brainstorm, plot, develop characters, write articles, and more
• Get inspired by leaving your confined office and getting a fresh perspective elsewhere
• Stay in shape while writing
On Being a Dictator, part of the Million Dollar Writing Series, will help you think outside the box, consider a different writing method, and up your game in the fast-paced ever-changing world of publishing.