We are told in writing conferences to develop our voice. But what is that exactly? Today’s featured article provides insight on this topic.
Over and over I’ve read or heard straight from writing professionals’ mouths that voice is one of the elements that sells a book to agents and editors. But what is “voice” when you’re reading words on a page?
The briefest explanation is, voice is personality. In fiction, of course, there are two personalities front and center–the author’s and the point-of-view character’s. In this post, I’m interested in the latter though the two overlap. Click here to read the rest of this informative article.