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Making your Voice Resonate with Readers By Romy Sommer

“Unfortunately the voice didn’t resonate with me.” My heart sank as I stared at the screen. This was the third agent rejection my precious book had received, and I’ll admit this one really stung. I could live with “love triangles don’t sell” or “the market for movie star heroes is already over-saturated.” But this was …
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POV – It’s More Than a Point of View by Shannon Donnelly

Viewpoint in any story is closely tied to the writer’s voice. This may be why writers struggle with viewpoint—they’re also working on figuring out their own voice. It may seem easy to just say to someone—write your stories all in first person. But if that’s not working for the writer’s voice, those stories are not …