Developing Your Writer's and Your Character's Voice(s)
Time and time again, you'll hear editors and agents talk about how they are looking for a strong writer's voice or that the submission wasn't quite it because the character's needed stronger voices. Strong voice can be an elusive and abstract thing.
So how do you see it, find it, and write it? And what is voice anyway?
Earlier this year, Random House editor Kelly Delaney and I (Dr. Mira Reisberg) created a presentation that addressed this very subject in preparation for the Craft and Business of Writing Children's Picture Books e-Course. We spent many days preparing the materials and then after the presentation was over, my assistant Chelsea and I spent many more hours editing the video recording down to make it as clean, concise, and as helpful as possible without wasting your time.
Here's a wee bit about the two of us...
But, Rather Than Just Sell the Video, the Folks at the Children's Book Academy and I decided to Add:
- Tons of Extra Value with 5 Additional Resources
To make it really easy to develop your own voice and your character's voices as well.
We are selling this insightful and tangibly helpful self-study training for only $49 right here with this link and hope that you take the main lessons to heart to become the best writer that you can be.
In all of our courses, workshops, and intensives, on-demand or interactive, we offer a juicy smorgasbord to take what you need now and then come back for more later.
And in the process of empowering our students, we also release a whole lot of endorphins from the pride that we take in creating wondrous and truly beneficial materials for our community, making it a total win-win. Are you up for this adventure in voice? Here's the link again. You don't want to miss this one.