Earlier this year I signed up for Dracula Daily, an email newsletter that sent Dracula to me, in parts, on the dates during the year that they happened in the book. I had not read Dracula prior to this, but apparently every part of the book is dated, which makes this type of exercise possible, and fun.

Some parts of the book, even in little bits, dragged on, awkwardly praising God, or Mina’s beauty and perfectness. But I like the story, and despite having watched the ballet version of Dracula and been exposed to the story and the concept for years it was interesting to read the actual text.

The Dracula Daily version of Dracula is now available as a book, linked below.

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