Finding My Voice

FINDING MY VOICE: Heather Garside

September 26, 2014 // 1 Comment

    Finding My Voice: Heather Garside I started writing my first novel many years ago, when I was only a teenager. I had never heard of such a thing as ‘voice’. Other novels became my how-to manuals and I studied my favourites to assist me with issues such as dialogue and speech tags. [...]

FINDING MY VOICE: Mae Archer

September 19, 2014 // 1 Comment

  Finding My Voice: Mae Archer The first book I ever wrote was a romance novel based on a dream I had where my husband looked the same, but I knew he was a different man. When I woke up I couldn’t get the dream out of my head and so my novel Return to Me was born about widowed Lana who dies [...]

FINDING MY VOICE: Mel Teshco

September 12, 2014 // 2 Comments

  Finding My Voice Mel Teshco First of all, thanks so much J’aimee for inviting me to post on AusRom Today, I’m so thrilled to be here and talking about “Finding my Voice.” A voice is a gift that is unique to every single author, a way of stringing words and sentences together that no [...]

FINDING MY VOICE: Alissa Callen

September 5, 2014 // 3 Comments

  Finding My Voice Alissa Callen The discovery of my voice happened while I wasn’t watching. Being a country girl, I’ve always written rural romance. But back in the days before rural fiction became popular I thought my only home would be in the category market. So I wrote shorter stories [...]

FINDING MY VOICE: Cheryl Adnams

August 29, 2014 // 1 Comment

  Finding My Voice Cheryl Adnams My writing journey has been a long one. In high school, I had a teacher who would give us a word and we had to write anything we wanted about that word for 1 or 2 minutes. While my classmates struggled to write anything, I struggled to stop at 2 minutes. Thus [...]

FINDING MY VOICE: Kat T Masen

August 22, 2014 // 1 Comment

  Finding my Voice Kat T. Masen From an early age I would have crazy dreams, the kind of dreams that when you woke up you went huh? Friends would constantly tell me how jealous they were because they never dreamt, and I began trying to interpret what they meant. There were times that they [...]

FINDING MY VOICE – Alysha Ellis

August 15, 2014 // 0 Comments

  Finding My Voice Alysha Ellis   I used to be a student and teacher of serious, canon literature. You know the kind of stuff—Shakespeare, Milton, Chaucer. I am such a nerd I even took a course in Middle English…which has nothing at all to do with Middle Earth, more’s the pity. I looked [...]

FINDING MY VOICE: Ann Grech

August 8, 2014 // 0 Comments

  Finding My Voice Ann Grech I think perhaps my voice found me.  For as long as I can remember I wanted to be a writer.  But then I grew up and decided to get a ‘real’ job so gave up on writing as a career.  What I didn’t realise at the time was that I could have both.  I fell into [...]

FINDING MY VOICE: Ainslie Paton

August 1, 2014 // 0 Comments

  Finding My Voice Ainslie Paton Oh baby, I had a writer’s voice.  I had dozens of ‘em.  And that was the problem. I’ve been paid to write for a lot longer than I’m prepared to admit.  I’ve written as the CEO under pressure delivering serious financial results.  I‘ve written as [...]

FINDING MY VOICE: Cari Silverwood

July 25, 2014 // 0 Comments

  Finding my voice—from teddy bears to bare nekkid kinkiness Cari Silverwood I doubt there are many erotic romance authors who can boast of beginning their career writing rhymes about drain monsters. Yes, that was me. To the great relief of teddy bears, I progressed beyond picture books to [...]