Music has a recognizable voice. When you’re listening to music, you can tell the songs of one great musician from another- a Beatles song sounds different from something by ACDC which is distinct from a piece by Yanni. One of the signs of a great musician is that you can tell that he/she/they performed this song, even if you’ve never heard that particular piece before
Writing is like that too. A great writer has a recognizable voice. Terry Pratchett sounds different from Agatha Christie who sounds different from Ernest Hemingway. One of the things that will make your writing sing is to have that distinctive voice- the one that readers can tell from all the other writers.
So what makes your writer’s voice distinctive?
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