How do you feel about your writerly voice—the way your words create a voice on the page?
Fill out this short survey (6 core questions) to help me gather insight into this less-understood but important part of the writing craft.
This research will support an upcoming book on writing voice.
What I mean by "voice"
Voice is the human presence detected by the reader’s mind (and perhaps replicated in their head as a virtual spoken voice as they read). It is a sense of the human being creating the words. Everything we write has a voice—even if it's cold and distant.
Please pass it on!
Please share the link with your other writing friends, because a broader base makes the research more interesting.
If you provide your email, I'll send you the survey report when it's done. (Your responses remain anonymous.)
Thank you for helping me and, I hope, other writers!