I have found My Voice.
Just as our outlook often changes with the times or with age, I believe our voice does as well.
It's safe to assume that you're always searching for a better way to express yourself. I, arrogantly, can say that I have found my voice but it would be a real mistake if I ever stopped accepting changes to it. I like the way that I do things but I would never consider it to be the best.
This is not a question I can answer with certainty. I can see a similarity, or semblance of style, in both my visual art and my writing, but as to the question of whether that comprises a true style, I am unsure. I think artists tend to be their own worst critics, and thus, cannot give an unbiased opinion on the matter. I would like to think I have a distinctive voice in my writing, but also believe that voice can evolve over time.
I get older. My hair turns grey. My temper shortens and my voice changes too.
It is interesting that with poetry I am stuck on the same style/voice.
My friends already told me that they recognize my work based on my style.
But with art Iím very much leaping from style to style. Iíve created series
of paintings using watercolor, acrylic, craft paper, magazine images, and
photography. Iím always looking to try a new form of art to express inner
I believe I have found my voice. I think what I need help on from time to time is the dusting and cleaning of my work. I was educated in the embassy school system with international teachers and am heavily influenced by this. Often, I use words or syntax if you will that would appear stilted to the modern American reader.
In many ways, I have had to learn that there are others involved in the reading process. Just because I a think it soars off the page, I have to take into consideration that others are my audience and I must keep that in mind. I need an audience to read my work for it to fly so I have to learn to phrase things differently from time to time.
I'm comfortable with my voice; my characters and what I have to say.
I think that I've found my voice, but I will never stop trying to perfect it. There is always something to better.
I have my voice.
I've found it.
I think I've found mine. Kind of. It's hard because I write many different genres, I don't just stick to one.
My voice, not sure how to answer this question. I believe to be a good writer you are always looking for your voice.
I found it in my second novel (which was my first to get accepted and publisher). Then I went back and rewrote it. I do think it is still evolving based on the 5 star reviews and nominations I've received over the past year.
I hope somebody found it somewhere. Who knows?
Always searching for it. I know what I like, but my 'voice' as far as genre goes, is still a little squeaky.