Finding your voice as an author with Dallas Woodburn

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Welcome Dallas Woodburn to The TufFish Show, a place to help writers and aspiring authors get out of their own way to leave a legacy by telling the stories they want to share through writing their own books and confidently sharing them with others. The writing process can be tough and the business side can feel scary, but TufFish makes both feel smoother and achievable. Visit to learn more.

Finding your voice as a writer is a process that develops and evolves as you move along this path of being an author, and this incredible conversation with Dallas Woodburn demonstrates how it's something that grows with each paragraph, chapter and book. As a multi-genre author, Dallas shares so much wisdom about finding and staying true to your voice, even when you're writing and promoting books that are in multiple genres.

Dallas Woodburn is an award-winning writer of fiction, nonfiction, and plays; an in-demand book coach; and host of the Thriving Authors Podcast. She has helped dozens of women around the world write and publish the books inside their hearts to grow their businesses, grow their impact, and grow their legacies. Dallas’s debut YA novel, The Best Week That Never Happened, was a #1 New Release on Amazon, a Featured Bestseller on Apple Books, and the Grand Prize Winner of the Dante Rossetti Book Award for Young Adult Fiction. She is also the author of the YA novel Thanks, Carissa, For Ruining My Life and the short story collections Woman, Running Late, in a Dress and How to Make Paper When the World is Ending. Her novel Before & After You & Me and nonfiction book 1,001 Ways to be Kind are both forthcoming in 2023. Dallas lives with her family in the San Francisco Bay Area in a comfortably messy house with overflowing bookshelves.

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