Voice changes a little with each book, each genre and as you grow as a writer, it will evolve. "My Voice" changes periodically, and I hope it never gets stagnant.
Whatever the case may be, I make sure I keep my voice and be consistent in any story. I have found my voice.
I do believe I have found my voice, but I also think voice is something that becomes more developed the more you write. Just as one grows with their work, one's voice will become stronger and more authoritative.
I think I've found it for my narrative nonfiction, but notice that it evolves along with me. My fiction voice is new and developing, but I suspect will be different with new projects.
I think i have found my voice
I think I have found my voice, but it is not a stagnant thing that one reaches at a certain point and that's it. I think voice can change and evolve as the writer changes and evolves. And the voice for one project may not be the best voice for another.
Yes, I definitely do, but I didn't realize it at first, if that makes sense. I didn't recognize it because it's just the way I write. I suppose if one does search for it, that it's an internal process, more like uncovering what's already there. It's definitely not something one can find anywhere outside of oneself, that would actually end up giving one the opposite result I would think.
Yes and I also believe that everyone has a voice. They just need the courage to tap into it.
I think I have found my voice, but I think I could hone it into something better. A bit like singing with it rather than just speaking with it.
I think so. Bringing common sense and logic through a humorous and satirical way is probably my voice and I gladly embrace and accept that. That's what I was going for.
Does anyone really find their voice? I am just starting so I think it will be many, many more wonderful years of writing until I have really found mine.
Yes, I do. I have found my voice. How do they say?! "I am who I am. Somebody had to be!"
I might find my voice in a particular piece of work, but its a building block to greater things.
Through the course of writing the first few books you find your voice. It may continue to deepen and mature over time. If you are always searching for it something is missing.
I have already found it. But need to make it more known.