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Dracula Daily

As I’ve already mentioned, numerous times, I am a “loser.” Today I am proving it. I am not affiliated with or receiving any kickbacks on the following but I thought it sounds like fun. Did you ever read Dracula? I have, several times. It reads like diary entries. Welp, this website Dracula Daily is offering daily emails of the book so you can enjoy it in “real-time,” and it is FREE! We all know I like free. Yes, they will hit you up for a donation or ask you to buy their companion book, but those are not required.

Two-Week Countdown!

The story of Dracula starts on May 3, which means we’re just two weeks away. Dracula is fun to read along with people, so if there’s anybody in your life you’d like to join this book club with, get ‘em on board now! 🙂

On May 3 you’ll get the first section of the book, as we meet Jonathan Harker. After that, you’ll get emails on days when there’s action in the book.

Get the classic novel Dracula delivered to your email inbox, as it happens.

Bram Stoker’s Dracula is an epistolary novel – it’s made up of letters, diaries, telegrams, newspaper clippings – and every part of it has a date. The whole story happens between May 3 and November 7. So: Dracula Daily will post a newsletter each day that something happens to the characters, in the same timeline that it happens to them.

Now you can read the book via email, in small digestible chunks – as it happens to the characters.

Doesn’t this sound like fun? I thought I’d blog about this for two reasons, 1) the original book was written by hand with a dip pen, and 2) just to give interested readers an option to sign up before May 3rd. I have included a link to their “About” web page if you would like to learn more.



I'm a loser as my wife likes to tell me, I enjoy researching dead cousins and playing with fountain pens.

7 thoughts on “Dracula Daily

  1. I must admit I could never read Dracula. The format of diary entries just didn’t gel with me. I had to read Dangerous Liaisons when I was studying French at Uni, and had the same experience.

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