How Do You Know When You’ve Found “Your Voice” As a Writer?

This is not a “How To” article — I’m really looking for answers here!

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As a writer it’s something you’ll hear again and again — you need to find your own voice. I have to be honest here; this elusive “voice” that I’m supposed to be unearthing one day has either completely escaped me, or I’ve already found it at some…

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