But just to answer the question, my writing voice is exactly who I am, the immaturity shines through. The imperfection is there and I think that's my voice. I raise more questions than I answer. I have an opinion and I will stick to it to the point I'm proven wrong. I don't write heavily technical stuff that I cannot connect to if I read somewhere else. I write exclusively as an outlet to something, I don't even know what. I know for a fact that if I don't write for a few days, I feel heavy. Like those days when you've had too much food and you need a good walk after, because you feel too stuffed.
My writing voice is me. It is conversant and I try to keep it that way. It is issue based. I could go on and on about something in first person or cut the text to a 3rd person's point of view in 15 sentences and be done with it. I don't think I've reached a point where I a) have found my voice b) feel the need to find a voice, because I'd rather experiment and feel more than limit myself to something.