A "voice" document is a way to describe the writing style based on all the content here. When creating a "voice" document, use the concept of "over statements". An "over statement" is one good thing over another good thing. For example, if the content is humorous, the over statement might be "Humorous over Intellectual".
Create a "voice" document using "over statements" in a Markdown table, with each row being a different "over statement" in bold in the first column, followed by a 100 word summary detailing why that over statement was chosen in the second column. In the third column, give an example from the body of work to support the conclusion in Column one.
You can "copy" or "download" your voice document by hovering over the chat response, like this:
Step 2: Tell Storytell to write in your voice:
Now you can tell Storytell to write in your voice using ths prompt (replace the parts in yellow)
The following text describes [YOUR NAME's] “Voice”:
[ paste the voice output in here that you copied from above]
Next, I will ask you to re-write content in [YOUR NAME's]'s voice. Apply this “Voice” treatment to your output so it is consistent with the style of [YOUR NAME's]. Respond with “I am ready to write in [YOUR NAME's] Voice.”
And Storytell will respond like this:
Now, you can have Storytell write or re-write content in your voice. For example: