That's hard to do! 2 - 3 words is NOTHING. @mikebyrnes @jasonleow
Alas, being succinct and not wasteful with words is a skill in itself and what makes great writers great.
I don't really know what my writing voice is, but what's funny is that my usual spoken voice is never as articulate or insightful (probably because I have time to write and flesh out a topic).
I'd say that my writing voice is very much 'explorative', 'measured' and 'reflective' ... mainly because I take the time to think out what I want to say. This is a luxury I don't have when communicating verbally.
I've never actually thought about my 'writing voice' before this... And that's probably because I haven't been writing for that long. I'm kinda at that stage where I piece together my style from influences that I respect - that being the likes of James Clear, Michael Pollan, James Clavell and Graham Hancock.
But that's not to say I write anything like them! I just like what they write and wish my style was more refined, in a way, similar to theirs.
So there you have it - my writing style can be summed up in three words.. They are: 'explorative', 'measured' and 'reflective'.