I have several voices, depending on the genre, topic and my intention, but developing additional voices is always a plus.
Yes, I think I have the voice I need for this series. I also think that could change if I decide to write another book or series. I'm a bit of a chameleon in the real world.
My characters speak for themselves. Therefore, I have found my voice through my characters.
I have found "a voice," but I'm still not sure that it's "the voice."
Yes, My voice is colorful, energetic, enthusiastic, self-deprecating, and jovial. Spontaneous sounding (yet my work takes time to craft). Sparky.
I've found my voice, but I think it's something that is constantly being fine tuned.
I think my "voice" is always evolving, like me. However, I do feel that I am getting closer to a "core voice." I think I just made up that word. I don't know if there is such a thing as a "core voice" but if there is, then I think I'm moving closer to it. That's not to say I don't think I will continue to grow, change, and evolve...God, I hope I always do!
I think voice is an element that's given too much time. Your knowledge and your story will set the "voice."
Yes... I have found my voice, but I'l always be in the process of growth.
Yes, I have found it!
I have found a voice, but whether it will always be my voice, time will tell.
I know who I am as an adult and I am comfortable in my own skin. I have found my own voice and I use it to share with the Internet community.
I definitely have a voice, sometimes too many and I have to add more characters to satisfy my urge to sound different. That works in dialogue.
I believe I have differing voices for differing situations, but they are all touched with some of the same tone. I don't think anybody ever finds their voice except for conceited self-satisfaction. We are ever-changing and ever-improving.
My voice rings through each of my pieces. Each piece is written for a reason, each piece is special.