Here is a great post from the Jean’s Writing Blog on finding a voice that expresses what your character is thinking.
How do you capture that ever elusive “voice?”
I find it’s sometimes hard to get out of my own head and into the mind of my character. To find that unique “voice.” Understanding the characters is paramount to understanding their actions and decisions.
So how do we do find the right “voice?”
The last thing I want is for all of my characters to sound alike!
I just finished reading a book called Voice by James Bell
This is a must read for writers. Mr. Bell keeps suggestions are simple and easy to understand. I will reread this book again and again. Of the many, many books on writing, rereading is not something I do often.
What helped me find a voice?
- The “voice” should not be mine…
- Unless I’m writing a memoir
- Images help…
- Pick an image that fits the character.
- Avoid people you know or famous people.
- When searching for…
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