Category Archives: writer’s voice

Finding Your Voice

Writers are like singers, they have distinct voices. The problem is finding and developing that voice. Like singers we have to practice, study our craft, find our passion, before we can begin to develop that voice. Do you know why … Continue reading

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Voices

It’s interesting the subjects I’m asked to speak on when invited to conferences or other writer’s meetings. Point of view is right up there because so many novice writers aren’t sure what it is or how to handle it. Probably … Continue reading

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Ezine Article on Voice

Greetings one and all on this lovely March 1. Hope you’re all writing like mad. I recently posted an article titled Write with an Entrancing Tongue. Thought you might want to read it. During every workshop I host and wherever … Continue reading

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