Have you ever been told you need to find your own solid voice as a writer? That essence that makes your writing unique and distinguishable from the rest and that your teachers talked about in your first day of creative-writing classes.
In today’s solo episode, Lauren delves into what voice is, what isn’t, and what it means to find your voice in writing.
Do you think you’ll still struggle to find your voice after all of this?
Don’t worry! Lauren also shares great advice on what you can do if you feel stuck and talks about why mimicking other people’s voices can not only help in the process of finding yours but also make you a lot of money!
Ready to determine what your voice is as a writer and find your own unique style?
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
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Book recommendation of the week:
–The Calling: 3 Fundamental Shifts to Stay True, Get Paid, and Do Good by Rha Goddess.
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