Three Steps to Take When You’ve Lost Your Voice

By Catherine Matthews You’ve heard it before: ‘write what you want to read.’ It’s good advice…after all, you love to read. You love to write. That’s why you’re working so hard to become a published author, right? And yet there comes a point when what you want to read no longer sounds like what you’re … Continue reading Three Steps to Take When You’ve Lost Your Voice

Exercises to Develop a Character’s Voice

Developing a character’s voice can sometimes be difficult but is necessary in every novel. As mentioned in the last blog post, Do’s and Don’t’s of Believable Dialogue, every character needs to have their own distinct voice. Unless all the characters in your novel are emotionless robots that are programmed the same way, each character needs … Continue reading Exercises to Develop a Character’s Voice

Contemporary Romance Author Natalie Charles Discusses Finding Your Voice In Fiction

By Natalie Charles Agents and editors often say they’re looking for a fresh voice. Author, Natalie Charles discusses what this really means on Writer's Digest. Read the full article here. Natalie Charles is the author of three romantic suspense novels and four contemporary romance novels. Her latest book, Seeking Mr. Wrong, is available now. To … Continue reading Contemporary Romance Author Natalie Charles Discusses Finding Your Voice In Fiction