Hope all of your writing projects are going well this June. I'm excited to share a new in-depth blog post with you today!
(You can also read the article on my blog if you don't have a Medium account.)
A distinct voice makes your writing resonate with readers. Even if you’re writing about a topic that has been discussed by others a hundred times before, your unique voice and perspective brings something new to the topic. Readers who fall in love with your writing voice become your truest fans, impatiently awaiting your next article or story.
In this blog post, I’ve curated advice on how to find your voice from Ray Bradbury, Ursula K. Le Guin, and more. I hope the tips from these writers give you inspiration and motivation with your writing this week.
And I'd love to hear from you in the comments. :) What methods are you using to find your writing voice?
Check out more writing resources I've rounded up for you below. ↓
More Creative Inspiration & Writing Tips
"The gift of crystallized intelligence explains why some people can bloom spectacularly when they’re older—especially, perhaps, in a field like literature, where a rich vein of life experience can be a writerly asset. Annie Proulx published her first novel at the age of fifty-six, Raymond Chandler at fifty-one. Frank McCourt..at sixty-six. Edith Wharton...produced no novels until she was forty."
- Margaret Talbot
Have a fantastic weekend! God bless.
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