Since my last post a lot has happened and a week has passed. I apologize.
My new job, Teaching Children with Autism, has been exhausting and rewarding. It has taken up a lot of my free time and I am trying to build a routine to incorporate writing and blogging.
There is only one way to fit writing and blogging into a busy schedule; just do it.
This week’s #Tuesdaydiscussion is about: finding your literary voice. The narrative.
How did you find it? If you haven’t are you doing anything about it?
It might seem like an easy question. I have read countless short stories were the author had seemed confused on their narrative.
I am not implying I have mastered mine but the more I write the more I feel comfortable with my narrative.
I encountered my voice after reading J.D Salinger and George R.R Martin. I know these are completely different authors but their differences is what I love; the descriptive fantasy settings and a pubescent teenager that has a dark view on the world.
I am not saying I read these and BANG, I found it. The message I am trying to convey, is to I read all types of literature. From short stories to non-fiction; crime to science fiction. Then I wrote in these different genres.
So, how did you find it?
If you haven’t, are you doing anything about it?
If you think someone has an interesting point of view, invite them or share this post to them.