Creating & Maintaining Voice in Fiction – Winter 2021

When writing fiction, it’s crucial to have a distinct voice throughout your novel. This doesn’t just refer to the way your characters speak, though each character should have a unique and consistent voice of their own. Specifically, this is referring to the voice of the novel itself and how this makes your work
stand out from all the others in your genre. The way an author writes should reveal their attitude, personality, and character. Think of how your friends and family could pick your physical voice out of a lineup blindfolded—your readers should be able to discern your voice from other authors simply by the way
you write. As the author of Like Father, Like Daughter (Suspense Finalist for the 2017 Indie Excellence Awards), Christina Kaye has honed the craft of writing suspense novels and creating a compelling and unique voice that is palpable for the reader. She is also an editor and author coach. For all levels.

This class is offered as part of the Elements of Fiction Package, which also includes Creating Story and Building Character. To register for the package, click here.

Register
Start Date
Saturday, March 20th
Note
One-Time
Time
10:30am - 12:30pm
Cost
$30 ($75 for Elements of Fiction Package)
Instructor

Christina Kaye

Venue
Online

We hope to see you soon at the Carnegie Center, home to the Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame and writers and readers of all levels.

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