Monday, 16 May 2011

What is Writer Voice? How do you recognise it?

So, what is writer voice? How to recognise it! Have you got it, already?


Answer: It's your writer fingerprint!

There's a lot of myth associated with and regards to interpretation of writer voice.

Want to know more and get into a discussion about this, then pop over to HWH, grab a cup of coffee and let's talk writer voice!


6 comments:

N. R. Williams said...

I'm heading over.
Nancy
N. R. Williams, The Treasures of Carmelidrium

Ju Dimello said...

I have to read that! I am still clueless on what my voice is.. ;) since to some extent it is choice of words + cadence + the ordering of a sentence.. and the way I "show" stuff in the story... But then, I'm not sure that's all that unique. LOL! So.. going there to take a look right away...

Olivia J. Herrell said...

Hey Francine! I'm slowing but surely making my way around blogger. Been gone too long!

Thanks! that rebel, Olivia

Sylvia Ney said...

Heading that way!

Roland D. Yeomans said...

Voice. Read a selection from Stephen King, Charles Dickens, Raymond Chandler, Louis L'Amour. You will catch the distinctive cadence of each author. I guess it is being true to our muse, ourselves. Roland

Ellie said...

I love the thumbprint image you put with this post - it sums up what a writers voice is without having to use words!

Ellie Garratt