My question today is “how did you find your voice”? Or are you one, like myself, who is still making that discovery?
What was your “eureka” moment – when you realized that you had discovered the writer in you?
Did it take you a long time to unveil your true style?
What I am finding through my reading is what I do not want to write, or what I am currently not interested in writing. I am not a person likely to spend loads of time on research, so I don’t think I could write good nonfiction historical stories, for example. I also will not write erotica or horror or sci fi. As far as novels, not sure that is what I can do, either – yet, anyway.
There are styles I really enjoy in what I am reading, so I will keep discovering what appeals to me that way. What I do know is that I enjoy writing for young readers, and stories with a little bit of humour, stories with good ethics, and so on. But, I am still a beginner since I have not allowed myself much time nor the thrill of really setting ‘my muse’ free. 🙂
Now to mention the book I won, A Black Tie Affair by Sherrill Bodine. Today I got a chance to read it to the end. It is well written; pulls you back and forth in the lives of the two main characters; includes some mystery, romance (I skipped over the erotica since I’m not comfortable reading that), lots of fashion detail and has an odd little detail in the ending. Sherrill Bodine can certainly write and if that is the type of book you enjoy then you may want to pick this one up and her other one, Talk of the Town.
You can find A Black Tie Affair listed on my BUY THE BOOK! page.
So, back to my main question … how did you find your voice?
Thanks for reading, and … Creative Musings! 🙂