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Here Be Dragon (Professional Individual 15).

I’m unleashing the Dragon because it’s drafty in here.


This post is a bit more for writers than readers. It’s about working with Dragon dictation software by Nuance. I haven’t been at it for too long but here’s my take.

First of all, it’s not natural at first. I know the name says “naturally speaking: but remembering to give commands like open quotes, period, and new paragraph along with the story takes practice.

I’ve talked to more than a few authors who gave up on it after a trial period. It’s not the easiest software to work with. The settings aren’t intuitive. But I had a little help from a friend. Or rather, a friend’s book.

This is Mary. She’s awesome. Click the image to learn more about her at her website.

Mary Crawford is a Contemporary Romance author I’ve known online for a few years now. She’s been using Dragon for decades so she’s an expert. And she wrote this book to help other authors learn how to use it.

I think I just might meet my writing goals for 2019 because of Mary and her Dragon advice.

Thanks, Mary!

D.R. Perry lives in Rhode Island and attends Dragon Con each year. She is also a member of the Association of Rhode Island Authors (ARIA).

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