If someone is quite new to writing, their tone and pace can change quite a lot at first, and after they have written more, their writing begins to get very distinctive and recognizable as their own, and they begin to find the subjects that interest them, and that adds another dimension to the voice of the writer. Someone's personality shines through in their writing, I think that is what is basically meant by the Writer's Voice.
by Tim Mitchell13 months ago
Do you think your writer's voice for researched articles is different than those of your passions?
by Tim Mitchell10 months ago
What does 'Writer's Voice' mean?There is a subtopic here at HP titled "Finding your Writer's voice". It is under the main topic 'Commerical and Creative Writing'. Do you notice the Writer's Voice when you read...
by Laurel Rogers2 years ago
Depending on which hub I am writing, my 'voice' tends to change. Is this a common trait among writers? I imagine so, but how do I go about this shift without alienating other readers?
by Jordan Hemmann7 years ago
Who do you think has the most recognizable voice in the world?Politicians, entertainers, historical figures...
by Clive Donegal5 years ago
What does "hearing God's voice" mean to you?In answering a question about the power of prayer, someone mentioned listening to the "voice of God." What does that mean to you? Obviously the question is...
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