Part 2 of ‘How to Improve Your Voice’. Reblogged.
This “How to” post is a continuation of my post on Friday about the use of voice for an author. That post explains why it’s so important and how to tell if you need to work on your voice, so if you missed it, feel free to go back and read it first! If you’ve already seen it, here are the promised Five Ways to Improve Your Voice:
I know, I know. This could (and probably should) be the first step for just about any skill. That doesn’t make it any less important however, especially for this particular skill. If you want to get better at describing setting, you can do research and visit places and talk to locals and do all sorts of fun, active things. Same thing with writing better characters—interview real people, do the sort of (legal) things your character would do, take your character…
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