Always always searching
I have found my voice. Or I should say my "voices." Of course, "voice" and "style" are often debatable whether they're the same or different. I'll say it this way: style is the manner in which you write including genre (1st person, 3rd person, past/present tense, literary, fantasy or romance) while voice is the total accumulation of everything that goes into making up who you are. Your voice is in everything you write, because you are pulling from who and what you are, dredging what you know from within to expel and expunge it, like blood from your beating heart, until it fills the fountain pen, until it colors the font on the computer, and at last the story is written.
I have found several styles I write in, but I only have one voice.
If I keep saying that content dictates form it's because it does. If one tries to impose one's 'voice' on content the dissonance will be offputting.
Consequently I have never looked for my 'voice'.
i found my voice when i wrote Destiny but i believe it is something one is always searching for as the voice changes from time to time and it has to be current
In as much as it's possible for any human to really know themselves anyway, yes, I reckon I have.
(I've done enough shite writing before I did to be able to see an arc of progression in tone, credibility and connection).
All subjective of course though!
I am not quite sure if I've really found my voice yet or am still searching for it.
I am not sure what my voice is or what that exactly means. Every story is different and each time I write something new a new voice is displayed, so I guess if I ever do find a voice, then my days as a writer is over.
No. Not yet. I search for the echo before I say that I have found my voice.
My voice. It's here. Get used to it.
I believe I found my voice. I am always told that I have a unique approach on statements. Like All that and a bag of chips...Ruffled or Barbaque.
Yes and I believe my voice is in creative historical fiction novels, because I can express what I think the thoughts of the characters might have been at that particular time.
Each piece is different. I don't know if I've found my voice or not. I write and revise so whatever words I've written flows according to the rhythm in my head.
My "voice" is the one or subject I am writing concerning.
Finding one's voice assumes that we somehow lost it. ;-) I think each author's voice is there from the very beginning, but like the voice of a singer it matures with time.
I'm struggling with that now. I don't think I have found it yet.