February 15, 2012 | WIP Wednesday
Beginning writers search for their voice as if it were a sacred relic. There are no shortcuts. Voice is built a word at a time.
I’ve read it takes about a million written words to shape one. Definitely not the answer I wanted when I started. But my experience bore out this particular piece of conventional lore. If you’re searching for a second, or third, opinion check out Chuck’s post: 25 Things Writer’s Should Know About Finding Their Voice.
Finding your voice is only the beginning of an endless quest to tell a good story…
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