Different Writing Voices

Jason Rosewell

I frequently see articles about “finding your voice as a writer.” Essentially, the advice is: Be unique. Be yourself.

Apparently, many writers are still looking for their own unique voice. And in the meantime, they are using more common voices. Here are some examples:

The Regular Speaking Voice

Old bones. Young heart. Uniquely arranged words. https://markstarlinwrites.substack.com

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Mark Starlin

Old bones. Young heart. Uniquely arranged words. https://markstarlinwrites.substack.com

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