I spend a significant amount of time in the car each work day – nearly an hour driving to work, and of course a similar amount of time going home again. Since I travel with a smart phone anyway, why not see if I can spend that time working on Volume II?
Last week I downloaded a text-to-speech app for my phone. In theory that means I can talk to my phone and have my words turned into text that I can then import into a word processing program and add to my book. Beautiful plan, isn’t it?
Here is an excerpt from Wednesday’s experiment:
“Ok 33 chapter 1 don’t know how will Bible try as it picked up by voice today document Lorex killer it I want they are fired list they know about it baby truck up the background sure let’s do it later 30 I want to break it apart art I need a doctor single where the F you think whitney. Help us horse on everybody will will but they will actually be what’s going on…”
Believe it or not, that doesn’t really resemble what I said. It’s surreal enough that I don’t think reading it helps me figure out where I was going at all. Back to the drawing board!