3 Simple Things You Can Do To Find Your Writing Voice

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By Brian Kurian

A simple guide you can use to find and develop your writing voice.

“When you are trying to find your writing voice don’t try to emulate any writer, not even your favorite. Sit quietly, listen, listen again, then listen some more and write out everything the voice says with no censoring — none — not one word.”
Jan Marquart, The Basket Weaver

Many of you might be new to Blogging and writing. You might be reading some of the posts by some of the Writers on Medium thinking to yourself:

 

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