The swashbuckling red-headed author, Jason Fox, springs to mind when thinking about writers who have a distinctive voice. He writes like a modern-day gentleman pirate-on-a-mission, captaining a fine ship on a mysterious quest, laughing heartily as the faint-hearted jump overboard.
Lois P Frankel, author of Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office, is another shining example of a Clarion writer’s voice. Hers is a no-nonsense, hard-hitting tone that is ever so slightly scathing. She pulls apart the myths that hold women back from triumphing in the workforce with all the delight of a kid de-winging a fly. I nearly replaced that horrible image, but I had to leave it there. It seems to fit. Read More