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recently started again, so I thought it would be nice to share some links and free resources 😊

It all began with the Substack newsletter: Dracula is an epistolary novel that starts on May 3rd through November 7th and if you subscribe to Daily Dracula they'll send you emails with the content of the book on that specific day!
🔗draculadaily.substack.com/abou

If you prefer the audio format, I have two podcasts/audiobooks for you:
🧛 Re: Dracula, which I discovered yesterday thanks to @weirdwriter (🔗shows.acast.com/re-dracula),
🧛 and the Dracula RadioPlay Experience by Cryptic Canticles (🔗crypticcanticles.com/dracula/). I listened to this one last year and it was very enjoyable.

IMO they're both really good, there's backgroung music and different voice actors. Re: Dracula has content warnings at the start of each day, it's nice.

Finally, if you'd rather have the entire book in your hands to follow along, you can grab the print version or you can download the free ebook from the Project Gutenberg website, since Bram Stoker's Dracula is public domain.
🔗gutenberg.org/ebooks/345

That's all I can think about for now. Feel free to share more resources if you have them! 😊

❗Edit: I just discovered there's also a Fediverse bot that will delivery your daily dose of Dracula directly on your home feed! Here it is: @DraculaDaily

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