Tag Archive | voice

Who Am I?

Who Am I?

In the aftermath of the Great Realm Makers Conference, writers across the nation(s) are applying their newfound wisdom and writing techniques to their manuscripts, polishing things up, and sending them out into the world. One of the main benefits of a conference like this is the opportunity to talk to professionals in the industry and […]

Voice

Voice

I know it when I see it. But I must admit I’m not sure I’ve discovered mine. Maybe a writer takes a while to recognize their own voice? Either way, it’s the most elusive skill/trait that I’ve come across in my own development. Which leads me to an article by David Farland.  You can read […]

Finding My Voice

Last time: A Growing Pile of Rejection Letters Not so long ago I was browsing through an online music catalog to see if I could find anything of interest. Normally Christian music is listed as a separate genre. In this particular catalog, however, the Christian artists were lumped in with the all the rest under […]

A Growing Pile of Rejection Letters

Last time: The Urge to Write When the agent’s letter arrived asking if they could see the full manuscript I think I set a new world record for getting from my front door to our local post office. I don’t remember much about the next few weeks. Part of me wanted them to like it. Another part […]