I found "my voice" in the writing of "Surviving High Society". But it may be that as I grow in writing, I will find other angles of that selfsame voice and even, perhaps, other voices that I do not yet know that I have.
Iíve been told by my editors I have a strong voice.
My voice is not fixed yet. I have plans for some twenty novels, I think I will have fixed my voice by about the third.
I have found my voices.
Oh yeah, I've found it. Thank god, too.
I believe a "voice" is a constantly evolving things, changing with your experiences and the media that you consume. I did find mine, but it has also changed as I have gotten older.
I am still struggling to find my voice.
I was very lucky that my first book turned out exactly the way that I wanted it to. I think that most writers think that they have found their voice with a particular work only to find that they have gone down with a sore throat by the next one. I'm not too sure where I am currently.
Each essay, each story and each book needs a different voice. So Yes, I am always using the voices that come to me. It is not in and of itself a search. Usually, if I stand still and listen to my heart and spirit, the VOICE comes to me of its own free will.
I have found it!
I think a writer's voice changes as they change. No one is the same person that they were a month ago and I believe that someone who is looking for their voice, will be looking for a long time. I know some will disagree with me, and that's wonderful. We're all entitled to our own opinions, and this one is mine.
I think I have 'my voice' but I've a feeling it will change as I grow older. I think my writing style has changed very little since I was a child, but of course my storytelling is more enriched through life experience.
Yes I have found my voice. But the pitch is changing and that is creating a brand new challenge.
I have a voice, and I suppose it, like everything else, is changing.