Your writer's voice is everything that you write that identifies your work to your readers. It is what drives them to want to read more of your stories and novels. It is the shape of what you emphasize in your writing and the color of the stories you tel. It is all of this and more.
Gaining an understanding of your writer's voice is not easy; you need to experience your writing the way your readers do. This workshop is designed to help you as a writer gain this perspective about your own writing.
Space is limited (ideally, we should have 15 participants) and registration is requested. To register, please reply to this thread or send me nano-mail. You can also use this form to send me e-mail.
The workshop, held at the Eola Road Branch of the Aurora Public Library, will be from 1-4:30 pm, Saturday, May 31st.
The Aurora Public Library provides meeting space as a community service. The Library neither sponsors nor endorses this event, the speaker(s) or the organization.