Three Essential Writing Techniques from Stoker’s Dracula and the Epistolary Narrative

I’ve been working on this article since June and am happy to finally share it with my fellow writers and Stoker fans. I was really inspired after reading it.

Read the article here.

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2 thoughts on “Three Essential Writing Techniques from Stoker’s Dracula and the Epistolary Narrative

  1. Even had I not read Dracula last year, I think the article would still have been helpful. I’ve been considering how I could make my characters more flawed – perhaps even more lifelike; to level up the writing so the reader feels their personalities strongly. So thank you for sharing your analysis and insight!

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