Dubner, who once fronted a rock band, considers writing and music twins. He uses repetition, call-and-response and varies the lengths of his words and sentences the way a composer varies musical notes and phrases. And Dubner, who has written five books and hundreds of articles (most of which will be read silently by his readers), never forgot his mother’s advice, telling us,
“After writing every sentence, I read the words aloud.”
If you don't want to read your material aloud, get a text to speech program. Most operating systems include these. Check your Help files.
FWIW, I use a Mac OS X app called Speech.