writing voice

Who Are You? — Discovering Your Unique Writing Voice 3

WRITERS, STORYTELLERS, SINGERS, AND ARTISTS all have one thing in common: we want our work to be a unique expression of who we are as individuals. We want some aspect of our personality, our worldview, our inner selves or “souls” to be perceived in our art. The trick is learning […]

Blogtalk: Choice of Voice and Writing in Parallel 1

Today’s Blogtalk brings two very different writing-related blog posts to your attention. The first post, “A Writer’s Voice Is All About Choice,” is by Mark Nichol with DailyWritingTips.com. My favorite quote from the article is, “Many writers are inspired by an established author who they model their own style after, […]

Blog Talk: Finding Your Writing Voice 1

FINDING your “writing voice” is a hot topic among those who are learning the writing craft (and what writer is not always learning his or her craft?). I even teach an online class about it (more about that later). Still, writing voice is a controversial topic, because there are so […]