I really want to get into dictation for writing my next books.

But that means I have to do just that: start. Here goes. There’s no audio for this week’s thunder as I spoke it into the text and … it’s not worth re-recording. 🙂

I’m recording this and having it dictated with in Google Docs. paragraph

I just had to say quote you paragraph on quote and then it did do what I ask. I’m a big fan of Johanna pin and she’s had success with Petition of her books and I wonder how well This might work.

New line

Can’t really imagine writing fiction from this perspective but maybe it’s just a question of a habit. Who is that guy who wrote the book on habits last year? Maybe I could do a short experiment and see if this might work? And you paragraph
I wonder if I speak more quickly if this app can keep up with me? I just said that last sentence pretty quickly and it did a pretty good job.

What if I tried a little bit of dialogue?

Okay, I just learned one of the limitations of dictating directly into Google docs. For example I can’t say quotation mark and have it do a quotation mark it’s this right forward quotation mark. of course I have to speak properly to have this work I see that I misspoke in that last sentence and it accurately typed in what I misspoke. So there’s that.

I want to write differently in 2018. I want to dictate some of my book. I want to write more books. I want to get more words on to the page and I don’t care how they get there. I want to tell story. I want to tell them faster.

It’s good work, this Google docs. There are some limitations that I see that I don’t need to type so much. I wonder if it works in a nap as well?
in any case, it’s a beginning and it beginning is Step 1 and step one is passed up 0 we all know that step 0 is nowhere.

Back to the keyboard.

I’m not going to edit the above just for kicks. I hear a little bit of thunder on the horizon. Do you know what that sound is? It’s change. It’s in the air. Can you feel it?

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