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How to Define Your Writing Voice (Part 1)

“Writing is an expression of every person’s individuality, and we know what we like when it comes along.
-William Zinsser, On Writing Well (2006)

NOTE: This is the first of a series on defining your voice. 391 more words

The Right Mistakes – The Evolution of a Writer: The Middle Years

Once upon a time there was a wee Serena who read voraciously and created worlds for playtime, but swore she could never be a writer. The story of how she came to realise how silly that assertion was is another post (I’ve already written that one… 1,309 more words

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In Good Voice

What is it that makes one author more appealing to the reader than another? This is a question that plagues any writer. Those who coach writers or worse, those that send them rejection letters, would both say one important difference is voice. 634 more words

Susan McDivitt

How to Define Your Writing Voice (Part 1)

By David Jensen

“Writing is an expression of every person’s individuality, and we know what we like when it comes along.”

-William Zinsser, On Writing Well… 402 more words

Selling out.

Note: Apologies to anyone who was expecting a new post yesterday. New content will be posted every Tuesday going forward.

How to negotiate personal politics with workplace demands… 1,640 more words

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Becoming a Published Poet - The Evolution of a Writer: The Middle Years

In my early years I was a novelist. That’s exactly how confused I was. To think I dreamed of banging out 100,000 words on the keyboard when today a solid piece of work might not even break the 100 mark. 1,503 more words

Evolution Of A Writer

Deciding on a POV character to be the voice of your story.

In the past two weeks I have written why POV matters and then we compared first person POV to third person POV. Today we’ll take a look at how you decide on a POV character and how to define their voice. 752 more words

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