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How To Develop Your Writing Voice

(Author’s Note: For June, July & August, this blog will be posting on Mondays & Thursdays only!) A writer’s voice is a complex, hard-to-describe thing. I think it could be compared to a rich cheese, a well-crafted symphony or a good wine. The complexities of each of these come from a variety of sources — … Continue reading How To Develop Your Writing Voice

Find Your Voice through Word Choice A Guest Post By Sophia Ryan

An artist friend of mine often rolls a piece of paper into a tube and looks through it at a spot on her painting-in-progress. She says it helps her to isolate a particular aspect of her painting, whether it be a tone or hue or whatever, and then to compare it to what’s around it. … Continue reading Find Your Voice through Word Choice A Guest Post By Sophia Ryan

How Do You Discover Your Writing Voice? A Guest Post By Ally Bishop

How do you discover your writing voice? Sounds like a crazy question, especially if you’ve been writing for some time. But I recently worked with an incredibly talented writer who hadn’t quite nailed down her voice, and when she asked what I meant when I said as much, I realized that it’s something that we … Continue reading How Do You Discover Your Writing Voice? A Guest Post By Ally Bishop