It's a struggle to find my voice for each piece I write. Usually I stumble around a bit until it finally comes to me. Once I have the voice, the rest usually flows fairly well.
I would say that everyone has a voice from the beginning but most people like to experiment to see if they can work outside their voice as well. Some people, once they realise what their voice is, tend to stick to it, but personally, I feel that if you stick to the same thing, it can get a bit repetitive and predictable.
I found mine- yes
No. I have parts of it. I write in order to find the missing parts.
It took me many years of searching for my voice, as I was always trying to catch my conscious up with my spirit. While writing "The Constellation of Omens," I finally found "my voice" and it fits me like a glove.
I think I'm most likely close to it, but that is something that can always be focused and purified.
I think "your voice" should be a living thing. It should change with your knowledge and experience. No, I am not there yet.
Every writer already has his/her voice. He's just so used to hearing it that s/he doesn't notice it.
I have a certain writing voice that I believe develops over time.
I believe I have found my voice. I know what I like and what I do not. This does not mean I have all the answers, rather I know what direction I like to go in and doubt I will stray from my own style of writing very much.
I have an idea of what my voice might sound like, but I am still so young in this writing career that my voice is still growing in the womb.
At the moment, I don't think I've found a voice of my own yet. I've always been the kind of person who adapts to others to the point where I don't really stand out in my own right and my writing has reflected that. I'm still learning and growing and think I'm just now getting to the point where I will be able to have a recognizable voice of my own.
My voice has changed somewhat, but it depends on what genre I am writing. A western is so much different than suspence, or humor, and I adjust my voice with each one.
I believe I have found my voice.
A literary voice is something you spend half of your career developing and the other half trying to keep in shape-- like a fine-tuned automobile.