I never satisfied with anything i made before i really sure that what i wrote is perfect so i always been search something i looking for.
I don't know about other writers. But i definitely feel like i found my voice. Writers write about what they know.
Jade Sperry (jadedphotography.me)
In some ways, yes, I have found the voice in my writing and in my photography.
I have a voice when it comes to non-fiction writing. But when it comes to writing fiction, I'm still searching.
I've found only one voice, there are a few more ages of voices that I need to achieve. The poetry now has the voice of twenty, next years is twenty one, then twenty two and so on. Yeah I've found one aspect of it, but my voice is still a voice with a body that needs more events more experience living.
I believe I have found my voice, but I have no idea about what it might be. Always searching for a new expression, a new glimpse.
I've largely found it, but I'll be refining it forever.
I think so.
Ha! I think that I will always be searching, but I will find good ones along the way.
Writing is like music, you're always striving to get better, and find those magic chords, or words. Like Led Zeppelin will always be known for "Stairway", JK Rowling will always known for Harry Potter. Even if her "adult" novels are amazing, that small vaccum of a moment is what's judged as a whole.
But, getting back to the subject, finding a voice is always and forever ongoing.
I think I mostly have, although I don't really feel locked into any one "style" or "voice." If I get bored I like to attempt something completely different, and even mimicking the style of another writer. It can be difficult, but really fun.