Yes, I believe I found my voice a number of years ago. I think it comes from serious introspection, a profound understanding of yourself and writing as honestly as you can.
Whether I want to admit it or not, I have a certain style that always appears in my writing. Sometimes that voice is a little more eloquent when it needs to be and a little more crude when the subject matter demands, but there is a consistency of style. Others have pointed it out to me, and many have claimed that if I take my name off a story, it's quite identifiable.
I take it as a compliment.
I think my voice found me. It's become more and more prominent in my writing the more willing I've been to peel back the layers of pretense and just be who I am.
I think I have found my "voice", except the voices in my head keep drowning it out! No, seriously, I have a unique style, as does every writer, and I'm proud of it.
Although I believe that I have generally found my voice, I do think it "ages" over time thus I could buy into the notion that I'm always searching for it. In fact, I like the idea that I might still be searching for it!
I think Iím still getting there. Hopefully my best work is ahead of me.
I found my voice writing sonnets. Writing traditional forms taught me how to write period.
My voice depends a great deal on what the story is about. The characters often dictate tone. Most days when I write, I feel as if I'm a borderline personality. Overall, I suppose I have a general style that I employ in my writing.
I think I've been writing long enough to have found my voice... for now. I expect that my voice will change and grow with me, because it's a part of who I am. I don't think I'll be this version of me forever... can you imagine? No, as we experience things we grow and we change. It's part of the human condition to be constantly evolving.
It's my characters' voices each time, not mine.
As a new writer you would struggle, but so far I am happy with what I have. No, I don't know it completely. I will see what will come next and how I will handle it. It was easier for me to write my both books in the first person, though.
Some authors have a distinctive style, and others create very different books from story to story. I think I am the latter.
At the moment I'm discovering my voice. Through writing, writing and more writing I hope I shall find it. Then I'll see whether it changes as I do. I suspect so.
I think "my voice" is ever evolving & it keeps changing depending how my life changes & evolves.