K. Bromberg (Author of Driven)New York Times Bestselling author K. Bromberg writes contemporary novels that contain a mixture of sweet, emotional, a whole lot of sexy, and a little bit of real. She likes to write strong heroines, and damaged heroes who we love to hate but can’t help to love.
A mom of three, she plots her novels in between school runs and soccer practices, more often than not with her laptop in tow.
Since publishing her first book on a whim in 2013, Kristy has sold over one and a half million copies of her books across sixteen different countries and has landed on the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestsellers lists over thirty times. Her Driven trilogy (Driven, Fueled, and Crashed) is currently being adapted for film by Passionflix with the first movie, Driven, releasing August 10th.
With her imagination always in overdrive, she is currently scheming, plotting, and swooning over her latest hero. You can find out more about him or chat with Kristy on any of her social media accounts. The easiest way to stay up to date on new releases and upcoming novels is to sign up for her newsletter (http://bit.ly/254MWtI) or text KBromberg to 77948 to receive text alerts when a new book releases.
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tone of voice
Tone of voice is how the character of your business comes through in your words, both written and spoken. Think about it. Some are pleasant and polite. Others are pushy and in your face. Some say so much with just a few words. Others never seem to get to the point. Companies are no different.
The tone of any piece of content can be analyzed along 4 dimensions: humor, formality, respectfulness, and enthusiasm. Writing for the web is obviously different from writing prose or at least it should be, since web users read very little. Tone is more than just the words we choose. Be authentic. Be unique.
A few weeks ago, I put together some content about voice and tone for my day job. This included information on what it is, why it matters, and how to come up with our own. To most people this probably sounds pretty boring. But to me, as a student of writing , it was fascinating. Make no mistake — your voice and tone does matter.
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We use pitch in order to express our emotions and attitude through a change in our intonation , or the tone of our voice. We also use pitch in order to express stress , or when we make certain syllables longer, louder, and higher in pitch. Some languages have more pitch variation than English, and others have less. Their tone tends to be pretty flat and they sound a little bit mechanical, like a robot. This is what we call a monotone voice : not expressive, not interesting, not clear. Non-native English speakers often have this flat pitch because pitch variation is not a big part of the sound of their native language. Pitch is extremely important for clear communication!
A tone of voice is not what you say, but how you say it. This encompasses not only the words you choose, but their order, rhythm and pace. This may seem like a tall order until we consider the use of our own language in everyday life. We all employ language - both written and spoken - in our own way. Of course, culture and dialect are the most significant factors dictating our approach to words. But within these, we each have our own idiosyncrasies, favourite expressions, inflections, pace and so forth.