Your voice changes as you do. I'm only twenty-five. I'm still growing into myself. I look back on work I've written when I was an angsty teenager, and I definitely see a different voice there. It is still me, but just like the paste-eating kindergartener was still me. (I am proud to say I am twenty years on the No Paste wagon.)
I think every piece is different. I have a certain voice that is always in the background, a certain style, if you will. But I think I change, at least somewhat, with every piece I write.
I am not sure that I write from my voice. I feel that I write the characters' stories. So if I have a voice, I am not sure what it sounds like in the literary sense.
I am working on a manuscript now about my father, that is my voice and something I have felt I was born to do. To tell his story and let the truth come out. When that is done we will see if there is more for my voice to say
I'm probably still finding it but I'd venture to guess that once I do 'find' it that it will easily change or evolve.
I have found my voice, but yea, i am trying to redefine it at the moment..
Because I write across genres, voice is something that changes with my work. Voice is tied up with perspective, and historical novels differ from literary novels in perspective.
In some aspects I am still searching, in others I have found my voice. I find that life is growth and I continue to do so.
I know that I've found it.
In the grand scheme of life, I believe I have found my voice. But I believe too, that our voice is always developing in order to make use of each new life experience.
It is a search and sometimes I find my voice, other times I don't
I think I have, but I am always seeking to improve and strengthen it.
My problem has been finding the right voice for a specific story.
I believe that I have a distinct and unique voice that shows itself when I write, even if I don't always intend for it to show. Various attempts to disguise myself online have ended in failure due to this I'm afraid! However, I do not believe that a person's voice is like their fingerprints, impossible to change no matter what might be done over time. A person's voice should change and evolve as they do, even if there will always be elements that do not change, for the discerning reader to discover for himself and debate at large with his fellow readers over the course of the person's lifetime and bibliography!
I have several voices, one of which I have found, and the other is still in flux.