Six tips for finding your voice

 In Tips for Writers

This is the first in a new series of blogs requested by our community. The series will offer fundamental, easy to follow and very practical advice in twenty essential aspects of writing.

 

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Jo-Anne Richards
Jo-Anne Richards is an internationally published novelist with a PhD in Creative Writing from Wits University. Her first novel, The Innocence of Roast Chicken, was originally published by Headline Review in the UK, and has recently been rereleased as one of the prestigious Picador Africa Classics collection. She ran the Honours programme in Journalism & Media Studies at Wits University for fifteen years.
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  • Paul Davenport
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    Convincing advice. Thank you!

    • Jo-Anne Richards
      Reply

      Thanks Paul, lovely to hear from you again.

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