I am 71 pages into writing "Voicemails From My Sister." I definitely have a unique writing style, a "voice," if you will. I'm getting to know it, and (thankfully) I like it. I've noticed that I like to tell the reader only what they need to know. No extra babble. I keep the dialogue concise, revealing only that which propels the story. It keeps the action moving forward, instead of getting lost in tangents. I only add tangents if they're relevant to the story as a whole. It's good. I like it. Yay.