One of the hardest things for a writer to uncover is her voice, her style, her flair.
Writers start to peel away from the crowd when they find their voice. That strong, distinctive voice that people easily recognize.
But finding your writing voice is no easy task. Your voice is something that emerges over time … through trial and error. It takes deliberate focus to develop.
Unfortunately, too many writers get stuck in the stage before their voice becomes strong (which Rough Draft host Demian Farnworth will explain in today’s show) … and remain mediocre writers — writers who shuffle along with crowd where careers stall.
If you want to find your writing voice — and develop it into a strong one that demands attention and commands respect — then this episode is for you.
Here are four safe ways to help you find your writing voice — and one dangerous one.
In this 8-minute episode of Rough Draft with Demian Farnworth, you’ll discover:
- The best cure for a lack of confidence
- How to use compliments to identify your voice
- Lessons on how to catch hell (from a petite woman behind dark sunglasses)
- The distinct pattern you’ll see emerge when you study great writers and bloggers
- How your love for conformity is ruining your growth as a great writer
- The most volatile (but most fun) way to develop your writing voice
Rough Draft on iTunes