youreSo, I used the Dragon Dictation app on my phone to write some of my book yesterday, and it came up with some gems that I thought I’d share. Since I “wrote” this last night, I have no idea what they are or what I meant. Lucky me. Does anyone speak Dragon?


“It just wasn’t safe here, and I was not going to let that Fabian jacketed me again, especially since I had my powers out.”

“I turned the corner and started weeding grace into my room.”

“…as well as other things we need furniture it such as a couple of knives I kept from the kitchen and monetize tablet.”

“I guess it’s not as coulis you being a walk around x-raying all but maybe I’ll help us.”

“I had the injection and I’m fine Ardy? Justin something occurred to me.”

“Her hair had gone completely white and Sohap HerI.”

“Anatomy from the other side of the bed.”

“Justin, gracing comes into the room.” (There are no characters named Justin or Ardy/Arty)

“Brahea nose is that we are resistant to some type of vaccine that they’ve created for testing.”


Even though it doesn’t seem like it, I do love the Dragon Dictation iPhone app, especially since it’s free. My true love is Dragon Naturally Speaking, which is alarmingly accurate, especially after you do the voice tests.

The main thing is that I managed to “write” 1500 words last night just driving from a movie and back, so for now, I am going to keep hitting up Dragon Dictation and hoping that Arty and Anatomy don’t make too many repeat performances.

Kelsey Jones

Kelsey Jones

Founder/Chief Marketing Consultant at Six Stories
Kelsey Jones helps clients around the world grow their social media, content, and search marketing presence. She enjoys writing and consuming all kinds of content, both in digital and tattered paperback form.
Kelsey Jones
Kelsey Jones