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With a first draft completed I will shortly enter the editing cave again. I actually enjoy this stage so I am not too worried about the process, I like improving things and fleshing out characters and plot. What I am anxious about is keeping a consistent voice. I am worried that in the middle of the story the POV character's voice goes flat, so I suspect this is where most of my work will be.
Has anyone else come across this problem? Do you have any tips for ensuring consistency of voice?