Finding Your Voice by Les Edgerton
Finding Your Voice by Les Edgerton

Finding Your Voice

How to Put Personality in Your Writing
by Les Edgerton
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The writers who succeed are those who develop a unique and distinctive voice, one that sets them apart from the crowd. Inside, Les Edgerton shows writers how to find that elusive "voice" without years of struggle.

By finding their voices, writers dramatically improve their chances of getting noticed by editors and agents and, therefore, of getting published. The book's lively text (full of "voice," as one might expect) is loaded with practical, accessible advice that any beginning writer can understand. The book's unique approach to the subject will also appeal to more seasoned writers who have yet to achieve the level of success they desire.

Les Edgerton is the author of five books, including the thriller Over Easy. His short stories have appeared in many literary and mystery magazines, as well as Best American Mystery Stories, 2001. His nonfiction articles have appeared in magazines such as Brides and Business Digest. He teaches at St. Francis University and conducts online courses through Vermont College, the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and PaintedRock.com. He lives in Ft. Wayne, Indiana.

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Publication Date

Mar 1, 2003

Format

Paperback

Number of Pages

250

ISBN

1582971730

ISBN-13

9781582971735