Oh yes, I have found my voice. I don't think I could have 43 books in print with another 9 scheduled for 2009 if I hadn't.
No, do you ever? I am always searching for my other voices.
I decided I wanted to be a writer wen I turned 21. Made a few attempts throughout my life while pursuing my business career, but didn;t find my "voice" until I retired at age 60. That's when it all came together for me. I, finally, had something important to say, and it just flowed.
I found my voice years ago, but I am always tweaking and studying it for ways to make it stronger, purer. My proteges, I always tell them they have to first learn their craft, then find their voice.
Voice is something that starts out as a weird amalgamation of your favorite writers, emulations and outright homages. It develops from there into your own over the course of your life. I don't think you should actively attempt to change it; let it develop as it will.
I feel at this point I have my voice, but there is always the search.
People are always trying to find themselves, whether it be voice, attributes-behavioral, tempormental, emotional and mental that characterizes a unique individual.
Different books, articles and blogs are intended for different audiences. Each audience requires a different voice.
I have many voices and they find me. Sounds like I may need a little white jacket. HUH?
Voice...really, no I have not found my voice, a voice cannot be found. One constructs their voice, it is an ever growing unending puzzle that has unlimited pieces that fit together. As we grow and age our voices change, but we have never lost or needed to find them.
My voice is always inside me. It didn't need finding.
I've found my "voice" changing with circumstance. Lately, more feminine.
I think I found my voice for each work so far, but I also think that your voice can change depending on the project. It also improves over time and with practice.
Every book is a new search for the right voice for the character. It is the biggest struggle.
I think you either have it or you don't. The more you search for it, the more elusive it becomes.