Finding My Voice

FINDING MY VOICE: Simon Kennedy

May 2, 2014 // 0 Comments

Welcome to Finding My Voice, Mr. Simon Kennedy As a working stand-up comedian I’m very used to telling stories, especially in my own voice, literally. When it came to telling my very personal story about the tragic loss of my mother in the 9/11 terror attacks it was not my voice that was hard to [...]

FINDING MY VOICE: Wendy L Curtis

April 25, 2014 // 0 Comments

Finding My Voice Voice is an intangible thing for a writer for so long. We hear so much about the ‘voice’ being the thing that gets you across the line when being read by publishers and agents. But what is it? Well, to be honest, I had absolutely no clue for years. When my daughter was fifteen [...]

FINDING MY VOICE: Monique McDonell

April 11, 2014 // 0 Comments

Finding My Voice Monique McDonell When I first began to write I started writing rather dark, depressing stories of a far more literary nature. My characters were miserable and troubled. The problem with that was I could never finish the stories, half way through I’d become somewhat depressed and [...]

FINDING MY VOICE: Jasinda Wilder

April 4, 2014 // 4 Comments

Today, I welcome New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author Jasinda Wilder to kick off the first in my new blog series, Finding My Voice. Finding one’s voice as author depends on many things – the genre that you write, the era and location your novel is set, [...]