What is the author’s voice?
You’ve heard about writing with your own voice. You know it’s important to develop your own style instead of simply imitating the stories of somebody else.
But what does that mean, exactly?
What if you’re just starting out and don’t have a voice of your own yet? Or what if you’ve been writing for a while and are stuck in a style that feels like it’s holding you back?
So, what is the author’s voice?
The Author’s Voice is a free email course that teaches you about writing style by examining the masters. You’ll receive a single email each week for six weeks that covers a single author in depth.
Want to learn more about how Stephen King builds worlds through character development and suspense? How Margaret Atwood takes dystopia as a symbolic lens through which to present her messages?
You don’t have to develop your own voice alone.
Six lessons over six weeks
- Lesson 1: Stephen King
- Lesson 2: Shirley Jackson
- Lesson 3: Ernest Hemingway
- Lesson 4: Margaret Atwood
- Lesson 5: J. R. R. Tolkien
- Lesson 6: J. K. Rowling